Hope To The End ..................... Earthquakes ................ Phenomenon .................. Drought ........ Solar Activity


Joel 2: 31; Acts 2:20; and Rev. 6:12 is soon to be fulfilled.
The sun will be darkened, and the moon will turn blood red
"BEFORE the great and terrible day of the LORD come"

Revelation 8:12 tells us that 1/3 of our daylight will be diminished.

"I will cause the sun to go down at noon, and I will darken the earth in the clear day:"
Amos 8: 9 and Amos 5: 8; and Matthew 24:29;
Isaiah 13:10; and Ezekiel 32:7; and Joel 2:10.


The LORD speaking to Job: "Where were you when I laid the foundations of the earth ?" Job 38:4

For quality location map, go to Google and put in:
" world atlas map + ( name of place) "

RING OF FIRE http://www.volcanogallery.com/volcano_rofire.htm

This week's phenomenon    Earth Week http://www.earthweek.com/

Smithsonian Weekly Active Volcano Report  

Planet report   http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/ 


One third of US "most dangerous" volcanoes do not have monitoring devices
According to the Smithsonian Institution (news - web sites), 172 U.S. volcanos have been active within the past 10,000 years and many have erupted within the past 200 years, sometimes repeatedly, Quick said.
"About 70, we feel, are truly dangerous volcanos, which means they would pose a threat to people or property on the ground or aircraft in the air," Quick said.
The Cascade volcanos should be monitored more heavily because of their proximity to population," Quick said.

Earthquake Report http://earthquake-report.com/  

RING OF FIRE http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/sci/tech/newsid_136000/136248.stm

Supervolcanoes tend to erupt due to external forces -- Nov. 7, 2015

Undersea Volcanoes -- nearly 70 % are undersea

Many underwater sea volcanoes are erupting simultaneously

The tectonic plate movements especially under the oceans have gone up by many times. Andaman Nicobar Island now is experiencing under water volcanoes in Indian ocean and Bay of Bengal.
In America North West is experiencing unprecedented level of small earthquakes and under water volcanoes.
Seattle and Oregon are experiencing heavy levels of tectonic disturbance.
Underwater volcanoes are being reported in Australia, Greece, New Zealand and many other countries.
Russia’s Kamchatka peninsula is experiencing double volcanoes of large sizes.
According some geologists, there are not enough monitoring mechanisms for knowing the number of under water volcanoes

Most Navies are experiencing changing under water topologies all over the world. The recent American submarine accident caused by under water ridges never mapped before and many other reports from other navies just confirm the fact that there are massive tectonic movements under the oceans that we are not observing.

3 million submarine volcanoes
The true extent to which the ocean bed is dotted with volcanoes has been revealed by researchers who have counted 201,055 underwater cones. This
is over 10 times more than have been found before. The team estimates that in total there could be about 3 million submarine volcanoes, 39,000 of which rise more than 1000 metres over the sea bed.
Brimstone Pit
-- Mariana Trench (Far Pacific )
We were seeing billowing clouds coming up and turning yellow. There was sulfur and rocks were flying out,” said Embley, an oceanographer with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory. “We realized we were the first to witness a deep-sea volcano during an eruptive episode.”
The material from the eruption is still being studied. It was highly caustic, Embley said, damaging the camera lenses even though the robotic submarine was quickly backed away from the volcano.
The volcano, with a rim 1,800 feet below the sea surface, was named “Brimstone Pit” by the scientists.

Nearly 70 percent of the world's volcanoes are undersea, Embley said in a telephone interview.
“Out there on our own planet there are volcanoes erupting under the ocean, putting chemicals into the ocean, interchanging gases (into the water and air), affecting biology. We should know about these things,” Embley said.

North and South Pole

Rare Antarctic earthquakes    MacQuerie Island   Iris quake map    South Sandwich Islands

Arctic and Antarctic Circles

Russia's largest volcano erupts; Bezymyanny -29 ACTIVE volcanoes
The eruption was the most powerful over the past 21 years, as the previous surge of Bezymmyanny's activity was registered in 1985, sources at the Kamchatka Institute of Volcano Studies said.
Bezymyanny is part of a group of volcanoes related to the Klyuchevskaya Sopka, the largest active volcano in Eurasia.
includes photo :

2 Volcanoes spewing ; Kamchatka, Russia-- 28 active volcanoes

Karymsky volcano, one of the 28 active volcanoes in Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula has spouted ash to the altitude of 6.1 kilometers above sea level.
May 9, the Bezymyanny volcano spouted a cloud of ash to the altitude of up to 15 km above sea level



"The flooding sparked fears of an eruption at Katla, known to be one of Iceland's most powerful volcanoes "
Katla, which is named after an Icelandic witch and said to be 10 times more powerful than Eyjafjoell, last erupted in 1918, sending a wall of meltwater down the glacier, bearing ice chunks the size of houses, and blanketing southern Iceland in thick ash. And according to experts, the volcano, which is also located to the southeast of Grimsvoetn which was behind Iceland's latest eruption in May, is overdue ( Katla ) for a powerful blast.

Hekla -- immanent




VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f1ztg0wUqKY

ALASKA -- 60 active volcanoes

Augustine Volcanoe
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (Reuters) - A restless volcano near Alaska's most populated region is being watched by scientist and officials, who warned on Thursday of the risk of clouds of ash and a tsunami from a possible eruption.
The intensifying rumblings in the past few weeks at Augustine Volcano, an island peak 175 miles southwest of Anchorage in Cook Inlet, have produced a series of steam explosions, releases of sulfur gas and signs that there may be an eruption similar to events in 1986 and 1976 which sent ash clouds as high as 40,000 feet, scientists said.
Any time you have a volcano on the water that's erupting, common sense says you could have a flank collapse and a wave," said Paul Whitmore, director of the West Coast/Alaska Tsunami Warning Center

Mt. Spurr activity

Noting a swarm of tiny earthquakes beneath volcanic Mount Spurr, scientists have warned that the volcano 80 miles west of Anchorage could erupt in the next few weeks.

Veniaminof and Spurr
is one of the biggest and most active volcanoes in the Aleutian Arc and has erupted 12 times in the past 200 years, according to the observatory.
The other stirring volcano is Mount Spurr, an 11,070-foot (3,374-meter) peak about 80 miles west of Anchorage. Small earthquakes beneath Spurr began last summer have intensified over the last week or so, Eichelberger said. The activity has included an emission of heat that has created a lake from some of the snow and ice near the summit, he said

Three Alaskan volcanoes at elevated concern

Two other Alaska volcanoes are classified as subjects of elevated concern. Mount Veniaminof, a 7,073-foot volcano on the Alaska Peninsula and about 510 miles southwest of Anchorage, has been emitting small amounts of steam and ash since April. Shishaldin Volcano, a 9,372-foot peak in the eastern Aleutian Islands, has also been emitting ash.
Alaska has about 60 volcanoes that have been active in the past

The Alaska Volcano Observatory is run by the U.S. Geological Survey (news - web sites), the University of Alaska Fairbanks and the Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys.

Alaskan Volcanoe Watch http://www.avo.alaska.edu/

Aleutian Arc -- string of islands home to volcanoes

89 hot spots on the Aleutian Arc



Yellowstone -- Wyoming , Montana , Idaho , Utah

If Yellowstone  volcano blows, it would cause :
* complete darkness for several days
* everything would be killed within 100 mile radius
* ash would be 10 feet high for 1,000s of miles
* 2/3rds of the U.S. would be uninhabitable
* Food would be scarce since farming would be almost impossible from
this "volcanic winter"
* Temperatures would fall by approximately 20 degrees around the world, producing famines.


Yellowstone : Time bomb under America 
Moreover, geologists are well aware that were a major eruption indeed to happen, the impact would rival any natural disaster the world has ever seen. Remember the destruction when Mount St Helens flipped her lid in 1980, turning 240 square miles into a wasteland? The energy released at Yellowstone would be many hundreds of times greater. Moreover, Yellowstone may be due a massive release.
In the study, Accelerated Uplift and Magmatic Intrusion of the Yellowstone Caldera, 2004 to 2006, the authors note that while most of the magma remains about 400 miles below the surface, a significant plume rises to about 30 miles deep, where it spreads out horizontally like a pancake that is
larger than Los Angeles.
It seems likely that the pancake is expanding and causing the floor of the caldera suddenly to rise
And what if the ground at Yellowstone does not start to go down? Well, these calderas, he admits, "occasionally they burp". Let's hope the park's belly-ache resolves itself – such a "burp" would shake half of the planet
Yellowstone underground map   http://standeyo.com/NEWS/09_Pics_of_Day/090101.pic.of.day.b.html

Yellowstone Volcano's extensive reach   http://www.cuttingedge.org/news/n1852.cfm 

Explosive Caldera  http://www.articlesextra.com/yellowstone-caldera-volcano.htm 

What's under Yellowstone ? http://dsc.discovery.com/convergence/supervolcano/under/under.html 

part 2 http://dsc.discovery.com/convergence/supervolcano/under/under_02.html PART 3 http://dsc.discovery.com/convergence/supervolcano/under/under_03.html 

Part 4 http://dsc.discovery.com/convergence/supervolcano/under/under_04.html 

Bob Smith's Home Page (Researcher and Author)  http://www.uusatrg.utah.edu/RBSMITH/public_html/rbs-home.index.html 

http://volcanoes.usgs.gov/yvo/    http://news.independent.co.uk/world/americas/article3146417.ece 

More Dangerous than being reported -- by William Cormier


Articles by William Cormier http://www.opednews.com/author/author7464.html 


Yellowstone magma increases  http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/11/08/AR2007110801336.html?nav=rss_print/asection 

4 States : Montana, Idaho, Wyoming and Utah : seismic activity  http://www.seis.utah.edu/NEHRP_HTM/perseq.htm 

and also  http://www.iris.washington.edu/about/ENO/iows/1_2004b.htm 

Circumference map of affected areas; plus an audio  http://www.cuttingedge.org/news/n1852.cfm 

Largest volcano on the planet --huge potential 

A major earthquake will suddenly rock their towns for hundreds of kilometers around Yellowstone, and soon thereafter 1,000+ degree pyroclastic flows will descend on them at hundreds of miles per hour, extending out to 600+ km. 

That 600 km radius around the caldera will experience total devastation. The next 600 km out may receive as much as 5-10 feet of ash, depending on wind direction. The thickness of ash will decrease away from the super-volcano, but will reach the crop belt in the Midwest (Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, etc   http://www.seasabres.com/Non%20Sequitur/yellowstone.htm 

Yellowstone "breathing" already 

"Yellowstone is one of the most seismically active places on the planet"

The whole of the Yellowstone Plateau is going up and down from the magma," averaging one and a half centimeters a year, said Dr. Robert B. Smith, a professor of geophysics at the University of Utah and a member of the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory. "It's like a living, breathing thing."

One question that occupies geologists is how the caldera affects fault lines and vice versa. Five major faults terminate in the molten caldera, and even far-flung events can shake the earth here. In November 2002, a magnitude 7.9 quake in Denali National Park in Alaska rippled through the region, leading to more than 500 other quakes that Dr. Smith watched simultaneously on a computer in Utah. 

"The whole of Yellowstone lit up like a Christmas tree,"


A Monster Awakens 

Lurking beneath Yellowstone National Park is one of the most destructive natural phenomena in the world: a massive supervolcano.

Only a handful exist in the world, but when one erupts the explosion will be heard around the globe. The sky will darken, black acid rain will fall, and the Earth will be plunged into the equivalent of a nuclear winter. It could push humanity to the brink of extinction.

Bill McGuire, professor of geohazards at the Benfield Greig Hazard Research Centre at University College London, says that America's Yellowstone Park is one of the largest and most dangerous supervolcanoes in the world. "The Yellowstone volcano can be likened to a sleeping dragon," says Professor McGuire, "whose slow breathing brings repeated swelling and sinking of the Earth's crust in northern Wyoming and southern Montana."

The impact of a Yellowstone eruption is terrifying to comprehend." says Professor McGuire. "Magma would be flung 50 kilometres into the atmosphere. Within a thousand kilometres virtually all life would be killed by falling ash, lava flows and the sheer explosive force of the eruption. One thousand cubic kilometres of lava would pour out of the volcano, enough to coat the whole of the USA with a layer 5 inches thick. The explosion would be the loudest noise heard by man for 75,000 years."

we may well be on the brink of the biggest catastrophe the modern world has ever witnessed. 


Yellowstone  http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/Volcanoes/Yellowstone/description_yellowstone.html 

A major earthquake will suddenly rock their towns for hundreds of kilometers around Yellowstone, and soon thereafter 1,000+ degree pyroclastic flows will descend on them at hundreds of miles per hour, extending out to 600+ km. 

That 600 km radius around the caldera will experience total devastation. 

The next 600 km out may receive as much as 5-10 feet of ash, depending on wind direction. The thickness of ash will decrease away from the super-volcano, but will reach the crop belt in the Midwest (Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, etc.), destroying most of the fertile croplands of the United States. California will be hit hard by falling ash, with its central wine valley severely damaged (the French will love it). Agriculture will have to shift east of the Mississippi for years. The Garden State will once again live up to its name. 

In northern Idaho you will have to contend with several feet of ash and isolation. Roads will be closed. Power will be out. Phones will be out. Communication will depend on Ham radios and local stations that have generators. Rescue will take weeks or months. Some areas will never see rescue teams. The survivalists will be best prepared to make it through the difficult months following the eruption. http://www.rense.com/general41/yellowstoneupdate.htm 

Strange Eruption in Yellowstone

Reports of eruptions at Steamboat started in 1878, when witnesses said huge rocks blasted into the air as the geyser exploded. 

It erupted more frequently over the next several decades, sometimes shooting water 40 to 50 feet in the air, sometimes 300 feet. The geyser was dormant between 1911 and 1961 and then erupted three times in 1989, once in 1990, 1991 and 2000 and then twice in 2002. 

Like other geyser enthusiasts, Heasler is searching for any kind of pattern in Steamboat's strange behavior. 

''We had one last April 26 and now one on March 26. Is a pattern beginning to develop? Will we have another one in the fall? We just don't know,'' he said. ''I'm just very, very pleased that Steamboat has become a little more active.'' AP-WS-03-28-03 1059EST http://www.trib.com/AP/wire_detail.php?wire_num=37823 

"Super Volcanoe" to strike eventually

Watch Yellowstone and Oregon Bulge; remember TOBA

Sooner or later, geologists warn, a "super volcano" will strike.

The eruption of pent-up energy

will cover half the United States in ash, in some places up to 3 feet (1 meter) deep..... 

Reflecting devices, similar to those left on the Moon, are stationed at various points on the mountain. From miles away, researchers bounce lasers off the mirrors. If they have moved, the laser beam shifts.




Yellowstone Caldera (Volcano)  http://www.rense.com/general12/vol.htm 

More on Yellowstone 



Yellowstone (Wyoming)   http://www.syzygyjob.net/frankcondon/messages/4777.shtml




The report identified other dangerous volcanoes of the Cascades Range that are "significantly undermonitored" for eruptive activity:
Mt. Rainier, Mt. Hood, South Sister, Crater Lake, Baker, Glacier Peak and Newberry.


Volcanic build up in Pacific North West

Solar flares increasing the pressure
A larger pressure system is pushing the Earth to its limit.  Most likely, from Earth’s internal engine forces recently fueled by a series of strong solar flares.
Like a municipal waterworks that has gone inexplicably berserk, the Sun has been pumping incredible amounts of energy into the solar system.
The result is that in the process of absorbing this added energy, the pressures without our planet may be reaching a dramatic climax!

If these natural pressures that are now building below the mantle of our planet as monitored by Larry Park’s equipment do not abate , they will overload our plant’s natural corrective mechanism and force a cataclysmic surface event with a magnitude far greater than any other event in recorded history.
Now here comes the hard part.  While scientists tend to predict in faraway numbers like “sometime in the next thousand years,” Larry’s instruments are detecting a trend that could culminate in a cataclysmic surface event sometime within the next 18 to 24 months, and in his update, he tells us how to recognize the precursor events.

Map of North West Volcanoes

Volcanic build-up

The Cascade Mountain Range consists of 23 mountains from Mt. Lassen in Northern California, all the way up through Washington State to British Columbia. Some of those mountains are : Mt. Baker, Mt. Adam, Mt. St. Helens, Mt. Shasta, Mt. Hood, Mt. Rainier and others :
Cascade Range Information

( all 23 mountains listed )

There are 23 volcanic mountains in the NorthWest Cascade Mt. Range. ( not counting Mammoth,
and Coso.)

More potentially active volcanoes--68 of them--brood in the United States than in any other country except Japan and Indonesia. And in a given year, a half dozen of the unstable giants erupt--we just don't notice because most of them blow in remote areas in Alaska and Hawaii.
But 20 volatile volcanoes tower over the contiguous states. Mount St. Helens (above) is the only one of those to have erupted since 1950, killing 57 people and destroying a forest big enough to have built 300,000 two-story houses.
* Watch out for the others, many of which are overdue to erupt:
* MOUNT HOOD, OREGON: Last erupted 200 years ago, producing devastating pyroclastic flows and lahars. Between 1856 and 1865, numerous steam blasts were recorded.

Because of idolatry ... " they sacrificed unto devils, not to God;
to gods whom they knew not, to new gods that came newly up, whom your fathers feared not.

Of the ROCK that begat thee thou art unmindful, and hast forgotten God that formed thee ...
For a fire is kindled in Mine anger, and shall burn unto the lowest hell,
and shall consume the earth with her increase, and set on fire the foundation of the mountains"
Deuteronomy 32: 17--22

Even pagans know that " the gods " are angry when a volcano flares.
How much more can we so discern who know the Living God, our ROCK.

Washington State

Mount St. Helens 1980 --ap

Slab rock falls at Mt. St. Helens --

Latest info on Mount St. Helens
Washington State and Oregon quakes

Mt. Rainier, coming to life ( most dangerous ) Nov. 3, 2015

Mt. Rainier

Rainier, which has more glacier ice on it than all the other 12 Cascade volcanoes combined, is the only mountain in the contiguous United States where regional roads are marked with large white arrows and signs that say, "Volcano Evacuation Route."

Mt. Rainier [Washington State] and American Volcanoes

"To a layperson's eye, Mount Rainier looks unchanged from the way it appeared two centuries ago when a member of Captain George Vancouver's exploratory crew first sketched it--serene, stately, a symbol of permanence. Here, looks are deceiving. Rainier sits along the boundary of tectonic plates forming Earth's crust. Off the coast of Seattle in the Pacific Northwest, a heavy chunk of seafloor called the Juan de Fuca plate has been ramming itself under the lighter North American plate at the rate of an inch and a half a year, about a third as fast as hair grows. Squeezed and heated, the rock melts into magma, blobs of which rise toward the surface into chambers where it becomes trapped, cooking and rolling like boiling oatmeal. When the pressure becomes too great, it bursts free, throwing out lava, gas, steam, ash, and hot rocks. Rainier is a series of successive lava flows broken up by centuries of ice, water, percolating volcanic gases, and the mountain's own internal heat. When scientists look inside Rainier, they find some of its rock crumbly and weak. The mountain is dangerously unstable, a tall, steep heap of loose rocks held together by the force of gravity and a cubic mile of glacier ice that could be melted or shaken loose."

"Of course, volcanoes unpredictably express themselves in several ways: Rainier could blow, or flow, or both. One danger is a ground-hugging avalanche of incandescent rock (as hot as 1,300 degrees Fahrenheit), ash, and gas racing downhill at 80 miles an hour.

Volcanic Mt. Rainier  ( Puget Sound area ...Seattle )
 “A monumental threat,” said William E. Scott, scientist in charge of the Cascades Volcano Observatory, a USGS center that monitors volcanoes from California to Alaska.
 Beneath its dreamy mantel of snow, Mount Rainier is an active volcano, and it is rotting from the inside out, especially on its western flank, which drains toward population centers. The volcano has a long, spotty history of spontaneous collapse and massive mudflows called lahars.
About 150,000 people now live atop lahars that have rioted down the slopes of Mount Rainier over the past 5,000 years. The lahars ran all the way to what are now the ports of Tacoma and Seattle, distances, respectively, of 50 and 75 miles."

Mt. Baker ( Northern Washingron Sate , near Canadian Border )

OREGON .......

Volcanic Activity in Oregon

3 Sisters
Bilge increasing
On the basis of multiple lines of evidence, scientists infer that the cause of the uplift is the continuing intrusion of a modest volume of magma (molten rock

Mt. Hood and other volcanoes

Mt. Hood "most likely to erupt "

Oregon Bulge (Cascades) Getting Bigger

Bulge..3 Sisters...Cascade Mt. Range...Oregon

"Fourth Sister" Volcano

Now called Newberry Volcanoe, not 'crater'

California .... Volcanic area to the East; fault zones to the west

Latest volcanic threats : Mt. Lassen, Mt. Shasta
and Long Valley Caldera (
Mt. Whitney, Mammoth Mt. Yosemite )

The state's "high threat" volcanoes are Clear Lake, Inyo Craters, Medicine Lake and Mono Craters, the report said. The "moderate threat" volcanoes in California are the Coso Volcanic Field, Mono Lake Volcanic Field, Red Cones and Ubehebe Craters.

Long Valley Caldera
( Yosemite-Mammoth Mountain; Mt. Whitney ; Mono Lake ; Inyo County

Mono-Inyo Chain possibilities

CO2 gas



Mt. Whitney --highest mountain in the 48 Continental states

Mt. Shasta ( from Cascade Range) Northern California

Mt. Lassen--largest plugged dome
Mount Lassen is actually the largest plug dome volcano in the world. This means that magma wells up deep inside the mountain and becomes plugged which causes great pressure to build up, which eventually results in dramatic explosions.

Lassen National Park covers about 106,000 acres. There are several other relatively tall mountains besides the 10,457 foot Lassen Peak. Prospect Peak is 8,338, and Mount Harkness is 8,045. Both of these mountains are volcanoes and there are trails leading to both summits

All four types of volcanos in Lassen Volcanic National Park

California geography

NEW YORK CITY , Volcanoes and Tsunamis ...
reveals the extent and size of the mega-tsunami, the consequence of a giant landslide that may be triggered by a future eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano. ...
The greatest effects are predicted to occur north, west and south of the Canaries. ....
Florida and the Caribbean, the final destinations in the North Atlantic to be affected by the tsunami, will have to brace themselves for receiving 50 metre high waves - higher than Nelson's column in London, some 8 to 9 hours after the landslide.

Towards Europe waves heights will be smaller, but substantial tsunami waves will hit the Atlantic coasts of Britain, Spain Portugal and France.

La Palma Mudslide (Canary Islands)
map and photo included
Tsunamis travel at high speeds in the deep ocean ---- as fast as passenger jet aircraft ---- and then slow down
and pile
up, increasing their height, as they enter shallow water. The upshot of the model is that it predicts that between 6 and 9 hours after the collapse of the Cumbre Vieja, tsunami waves with amplitudes of around 50 metres will strike the entire western seaboard of the Atlantic: these values are consistent with the size of the giant boulders and other deposits in the Bahamas, lending support to the model. Hours before the waves arrive in America, the coasts of the Canaries and of western Africa and Europe will have been swept by waves that have refracted around the submarine flanks of La Palma. www.benfieldhrc.org/CentreNews/press%20releases/tsunami_more%20info.htm

"And every mountain and island were moved out of their place" Rev. 6:14

Thanks to "John" on RR ....Waves of Destruction--Tsunamis
Surf's Up! by Daniel Pendick

Landslides, Tsunamis, and Volcanoes (amazing photos)

This one is in PDF format, and the one that I remember watching: Video-animation :


Kilauea eruptions
having its biggest eruptions since the last 500 years

Swarm of 45 quakes off the coast of Hawaii
HILO » Loihi seamount, the small underwater volcano off the southeastern coast of the Big Island, experienced a swarm of 45 small earthquakes Tuesday night and yesterday morning, the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory said.
The biggest, with a magnitude of 4.7, was also apparently the deepest at 17 miles. Another was magnitude 4.0. A third earthquake during that time had a magnitude of 4.2, but it was on the Big Island near the lava flow area, unrelated to
the Loihi swarm.

There are 22 major volcanoes in Mexico.

Map of Mexican Volcanoes

BAJA C. Mexico "Cello Prieto " Volcano -- ; dormant 10,000 yrs. now 5.0 and swarms

Cello Prieto Volcano Baja C. Mexico
Near Colorado River Delta. Head of Gulf of California. In between the San Andreas Fault to the North and the East Pacific Rise to the South.

3 Virgins

Mexican Volcanoes

"Popo" Volcano

Mexico's Popocatepetl volcano shot glowing rock and ash high into the air Friday night, triggering a thunderous explosion that panicked some residents in nearby communities.
Ramon Pena, coordinator of the volcano-related disasters emergency response team, said the activity in the cone of the 17,886-foot volcano posed no immediate danger to area residents.
The volcano is located 40 miles southeast of Mexico City and has been intermittently erupting since December 1994.


Paricutin Volcanoe

Map of Latin American Volcanoes

Latin American Volcanoes

Costa Rica : Arenal, Poas and Turrialba

: Santa Maria, Fuego, and Pacaya

El Salvador : San Miguel

South America


PERU -- "murain" ..already a health-hazard
Peru's President Alejandro Toledo issued a state of emergency for the area on Saturday after Ubinas - about 470 miles southeast of the capital, Lima - spewed acid-laden ash and vapours into the air, killing livestock and causing eye and respiratory problems for nearby residents


Columbia --- Galeras Volcanoe explodes ( same day as 43 arrives ) Nov. 21, 2004
The mid-afternoon eruption of the 14,000-foot (4,275-metres) volcano, near the Ecuador border in the province of Narino, was felt 12 miles away, according to Colombia’s Institute of Geology and Mining.
This occured near the Ecuadorian border where 41 was due to arrive on Nov. 22, 2004

QUITO, Ecuador -- Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano is emitting its loudest and most frequent explosions since it rumbled back to life nearly seven years ago [ 2000 AD ] after eight decades [ 80 years ] of inactivity, scientists said.

Ecuador: Tungurahua volcano
[South America]

"East Pacific Rise" is the term used for off the Western Coast of South and Central America . It is an off shore, underwater volcanic area increasing in pressure.

"East Pacific Rise"...underwater volcano off West Coast of South America

EPR...."wall street" (steps) shown in maps

Sub-marine (underwater) Volcanoes are the most common form of volcano on earth

Chile has 2,000 volcanoes, 500 active. Second largest chain of volcanoes after Indonesia
Chile’s chain of some 2,000 volcanoes, of which 500 are potentially active, is the world’s second largest chain of volcanoes, after Indonesia.

Caribbean --- West Indies

Volcanic Ash erupting from Soufriere falling upon Puerto Rico
Also falling on the Virgin Islands

SouthEast of Puerto Rico
Soufriere Hills Volcano on the Island of Montserrat

Hundreds of people with houses near Montserrat's volcano will have limited access to their homes Saturday for the first time since they were ordered to evacuate nine months ago.
The governor of the British Caribbean island announced the decision Friday, saying the volcano is less dangerous following the collapse of its lava dome last weekend.
The collapse released large plumes of ash and sent flows of superheated rocks and debris down the slopes of the Soufriere Hills volcano.

Montserrat - Soufriere Hills


Homeland Security turns away Monserratians
Jesus is the only refuge one can trust in.
"He that cometh to me I will in no wise cast out" John 6: 37


ITALY and the Mediterannean ... the Cradle of Volcanology

Italy is a small country, and yet it unites virtually all TYPES of volcanoes that can be found in other areas of the world; INTERACTIVE Map of Italian Volcanoes http://boris.vulcanoetna.com/Italiahome.html

21 Volcanoes of Italy http://www.italiansrus.com/resources/volcanoes.htm

Mt. Etna 

Mt.Etna [
Island of Sicily...off Southern tip of Italy]
Mt. Etna:

4 Volcanoes of Sicily; Etna; http://perso.club-internet.fr/acatte/Sicily_in_english.htm

Marsili--- Europe's largest submarine ( under water ) volcano; could erupt ANY time without warning; in Tyrrhenian Sea;
threatens the Aeolian Islands of
http://www.geologia.com/english/fi2004/2004_tirreno.html and http://cjscott30.tripod.com/id2.html

Submarine Marsili Volcano between Sicily and mainland Italy Tidal Wave danger of Volcano under Mediterranean

Mt. Vesuvius ( Naples, Italy ) 4 million people http://www.spiegel.de/international/spiegel/0,1518,445941,00.html

Mt. Vesuvius ..Pompeii
--Mitch Battros ECTV
The Italian government believes Mt. Vesuvius to be such an imminent threat, they are offering residents money to move. Hundreds of families who live on the slopes of the volcano Mount Vesuvius have decided to accept the government's offer of $35,000 to move outside the eruption danger zone.
Many geologists believe that it is only a matter of time before another major eruption by the volcano devastates populated areas around the volcano. a large eruption in 79AD buried the towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum. In the first two days of the government's offer, about 900 families applied for the payments to move outside the danger zone.
Vesuvius is a complex volcano. I have recently learned, Vesuvius is part of a Super-Volcano named “Somma”. Mt. Vesuvius sits in a caldera formed about 34,000 years ago. It is known as the ‘Somma Caldera’. This is much the same as Northern America's Yellowstone Super-Volcano.

South Pacific -- Vanuatu

VANUATU ALERTS http://www.geohazards.gov.vu/

Mt. Lopevi, Vanuatu


Ambae, Vanuatu

Mt. Menaro Most dangerous Volcanoe Erupts -- Dec. 7, 2005

Mt. Ambae

Philippine Volcanoes

Bulusan erupts

Mt. Pinatubo etc.

More Philippine Volcanoes

Volcanoes of the Philippines and of SouthEast Asia

INDONESIA ( home of the infamous Krakatoa )

Tambora = 10 x krakatoa
also at

18 Indo. Volcanoes on Alert status  http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2011/08/07/18-indonesian-volcanoes-alert-status.html

Krakatoa coming alive again
 between Java and Sumatra
" Towering 1,200ft above the tropical stillness of the Sunda Strait in Indonesia, one of the most terrifying volcanoes the world has ever known has begun to stir once more. ... With an explosive force 13,000 times the power of the atomic bomb that annihilated Hiroshima, the 1883 eruption of Krakatoa killed more than 36,000 people and radically altered global weather and temperatures for years afterwards.
Official records of the time show that the 1883 eruption, together with an enormous tsunami it generated, destroyed 165 villages and towns, seriously damaged a further 132 and killed 36,417 people outright.
It is not inconceivable that hundreds of thousands of people could be killed if there were another massive eruption.
Over 90 per cent of the people killed by Krakatoa died in the tsunami


ANAK KRAKATOA increasing  "child of Krakatoa "
This is very dangerous because a major eruption may be imminent," he said. (**)

Gunung Merapi " Fiery Mountain" Java, Indonesia

Indonesia on alert : watching 79 Volcanoes
Indonesia has the world's largest number of active volcanoes with 129 and is part of the notorious Pacific "Ring of Fire" fault line which stretches from quake prone Japan, through Southeast Asia and across the Pacific Basin.
"There are 79 volcanoes which need to be closely-watched and they are being monitored by all observation posts," vulcanologist Wimpy S. Cecep, told the New Straits Times

Anak Krakatau, the "child" of the legendary Krakatoa which erupted in 1883, triggering a massive tsunami which killed tens of thousands, was put on alert yesterday after 32 tremors rattled the volcano's crater.
Cecep said the two volcanoes were unlikely to blow-up on a large scale to spew ash over a large area.


Mega volcano threatens Sumatra Islands
Volcanic activities in the region during the past week have signaled an eminent mega volcano ...
It is noteworthy that this area is just on the opposite side in the globe from the “Yellow Stone Hot Spot”[ Wyoming]
in America.
ash and dark smoke started pouring out of Mount Karthala on the main island of Grand Comore, then hours later lava was spotted on its east and southeastern slopes
The volcano is overdue for an eruption. Mount Karthala erupts about every 11 years, but its last significant activity was in 1991.
The Comoros are located in the Indian Ocean between Madagascar and Mozambique.

Fault Line through Sumatra
Cas told Australian media on Friday that Toba sits on a fault line running down the middle of Sumatra -- just where some seismologists say a third earthquake might strike following the nine-magnitude quake on December 26 and
Monday's 8.7-magnitude temblor [ April 18, 2005 ].
Those quakes occurred along fault lines running just off Sumatra's west coast and created seismological stresses that could hasten an eruption
The scientist said super volcanoes represent the greatest potential hazard on Earth, "the only greater threat being an asteroid impact from space".

"That was so unusual to discover a volcano in Saudi Arabia between Mecca and Medina ( "Harrat Lunnayyir" Field )
that Professor Eshky says may erupt within two years (2011-2013). I agree with you, it fulfills Bible Prophecy, as does all the cumulative phenomenon that is occurring on our planet.
Then, besides that find, scientists also say there is a much bigger field with the same characteristics called "Harrat
Rahat" . It spans a greater distance between Jedda ( port city ) and Mecca ( which they spell as "Mekkah" ) to the South and to the North as far as Medina. That's a lot of property.
The article also mentioned that there were undersea volcanoes, under the Red Sea. I had not realized that before

Saudia Arabia; and also under the Red Sea http://www.fivedoves.com/letters/june2011/jimg628.htm




ERITREA : Nabro ( Anabro ) volcano

Deadly African Lakes : Nyos and Camaroon
Deadly Nyos Lake

New Geyser ( Easter eruption) now world's highest
Lake Baringo, Kenya
Hundreds of tourists have traveled to the area to see the geyser that has overtaken the one in Yellowstone National Park, USA, as the world's highest
The geyser began erupting Thursday afternoon and has been sending a continuous fountain of salty water in the sky at a temperature of 90 deg C. This is in contrast to the usual activity of geysers which are intermittent. Government experts are assessing how to deal with the salty water discharge, which risks entering the nearby freshwater lake Baringo, 3 km away. This geyser activity is a reminder of the volcanic nature of the rift valley.
[Ed. note : Rift Valley extends through Israel to Syria)

Goma -- Congo
Nyamuragira is neighbor of Nyiragongo, which erupted Jan. 17, spewing flows of molten rock that cut Goma in two, razed about 35 percent of the town and left some 400,000 people dependent on outside aid to eat.
The experts said in a statement released at U.N. headquarters that they now expect Nyamuragira, which regularly erupts every year or two, to do so again within several days or perhaps within a few weeks

Canary Islands .... west of Morocco and Western Sahara, Africa ( North Africa )

Cape Verde Islands ..... west of Mauritania and Senegal, Africa ( Mid- Africa )

Comoros Islands 300 miles east of Africa -- Mount Karthala ; off coast of Mozambique ( Southern East Africa)
Fears that volcanic ash poisoned water

Volcanoes threaten to split
Ethiopian rift...Project Eagle

Volcanoes of Kenya

ANTARCTICA ( Continental Shelf )
Domack said the volcano stands 2,300 feet above the seafloor and extends to within roughly 900 feet of the ocean surface.
The volcano is in an area known as Antarctic Sound, at the northernmost tip of Antarctica. There is no previous scientific record of active volcanoes in the region where the new peak was discovered. The volcano is located on the continental shelf, in the vicinity of a deep trough carved out by glaciers passing across the seafloor.


Mount Sakurajima

With 108 active volcanoes, Japan is among the most seismically active countries in the world. The nation lies in the "Ring of Fire" -- a series of volcanoes and fault lines that outline the Pacific Ocean
In 2000, an eruption at a volcano on Miyake Island, about 180 kilometers (110 miles) east of Tokyo, forced all 4,000 islanders to evacuate the island. About half of them returned last year after the evacuation order was lifted


Mt. Asama
Mount Asama, one of Japan's largest and most active volcanoes, erupted today, rumbling to life with loud explosions. There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.
Japan has 108 active volcanoes and lies in the "Pacific Ring of Fire" a string of volcanoes and fault lines outlining the Pacific Ocean. (AP)


2 Volcanoes go off at same time on Kamchatka Is. -- Russia


Strategic TeleCommunication Centers : Volcanic

Soufriere Hills Volcano on Montserrat imperils CC at San Juan, Puerto Rico

Ascension Island
off the West Coast of Africa imperiled by volcanic activity.

Is this when the antichrist system goes dark ( Rev. 16: 10 ) ?


Frank Condon's Message Board

Arctic Volcanoes

Mid-Atlantic "Lost City"

Highest active volcano in the world in Chile
Nevados Ojos del Salado

This question is a bit of a controversy.   At 22,560 feet (6,887 m) Ojos del Salado, a stratovolcano, is often considered the world's highest active volcano. The problem is that no historic eruptions have been recorded, although fumaroles are active at the summit. The absence of recorded historic eruptions may be due to the volcano's remote location more than a lack of eruptions.
If you feel you need a recorded eruption to consider a volcano active, then we move on to others. For years Cotopaxi was the world's highest active volcano, however Chile's Tupungato (21,489 ft.) is a higher mountain, and awakened from its dormancy with an eruption in 1986.


7 Highest Volcanic Summits on 7 Continents


What was the loudest noise in the world?
Krakatau....and the tsunami killed 31,417 people



"Fountains of the deep" in Noah's Day by William Harper (interesting !)
For anyone who has read these articles about the supervolcanoes, do the descriptions remind you of the great flood of Noah at all?  When I was reading the first one, I was reminded of the verses
  Genesis 7:11
"In the six hundredth year of Noah's life, in the second month, the seventeenth day of the month, the same day were all the fountains of the great deep broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened. "
(Whole Chapter: Genesis 7 In context: Genesis 7:10-12) Genesis 8:2

The fountains also of the deep and the windows of heaven were stopped, and the rain from heaven was restrained;
(Whole Chapter: Genesis 8 In context: Genesis 8:1-3)  
......   Maybe that 'fountains of the deep' was the 'waters' inside the earth, read, volcanoes!??
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The Electronic Volcanoe http://www.dartmouth.edu/~volcano/


20 % of world's population live in volcano hazardous zones


Volcanic Gases

USGS Volcanic Hazards

Volcano cams

Virtual Volcanoes

Volcanoes -- Details Here http://www.detailshere.com/volcanos.htm

Salvation https://hopetotheend.com/sal.html

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