The danger from Kilauea is significant and potentially imminent. However, the threat from Kilauea pales in comparison to Yellowstone, the world’s largest super volcano. Yellowstone has the potential to end all life on the planet, except for those fortunate enough to find sanctuary underground.
As scientists continue to tell the public not to worry, the largest geyser in Yellowstone has just gone off for the ninth time. The geyser is quiet for years at a time, but scientists are now saying a change is in place.
Perhaps, William Engdahl was on to something when he previously published the fact that the elite had buried a seed vault in the Arctic and that the elite are planning for some unspecified disaster. An underground seed vault is exactly what humans would need to survive the resulting nuclear winter arising from any potential Yellowstone massive explosion. Yet, the existence of a seed vault does not necessarily have any relationship to a super volcanic explosion, or does it? In order to properly address that specific concern, scientists would need to look at the data with regard to seismic, volcanic activity at Yellowstone.
Can Yellowstone Activity Be Considered In Isolation?
One of the principles that I learned in my geology class as an undergrad, is that it is a mistake to consider a geological events in isolation. For example, a large earthquake could trigger a devastating tsunami and we saw evidence of that exact event on many occasions, but most prominently, in Malaysia in 2004 where hundreds of thousands of people lost their lives under these exact conditions.
Are the volcanos of the world “waking up”? It would appear that this is an accurate description. The traditional “Ring of Fire” emanating from 19.5 latitutde (click here to understand the significance of this latitutde to both seismic and volcanic activity).
Are these earthquakes threatening a large number of lives? Kilauea is is already posing extreme danger for the people of the Hawaiian Islands.
Then of course, we have the deadly Guatemalan volcanic eruption. Additionally, the Philippines experienced a major earthquake as well at precisely 19.5 latitude.
As if these events were not threatening enough, we need to consider what Hyperdimensional physics says is going on with sesimic activity and related volcanic threats. In yesterday’s article, the 19.5 latitutde was discussed in terms of greatly increased seismic activity. What we are seeing at Yellowstone is a secondary reaction to the Ring of Fire.
Stunning Development and a Frightening Projection
A MAJOR tectonic shift beneath the Yellowstone Supervolcano has been detected, sparking fears of a massive eruption that could cause widespread devastation across the planet. The danger for an extinction level event is no longer theory, geological developments are indicative tha the region is moving in that direction.
Multiple earthquakes at the National Park followed by multiple eruptions of its usually dormant geyser has led to speculation about the planet’s largest supervolcano.
The supervolcano occupies a secondary position on the Pacific Ring of Fire, which is responsible for earthquake and volcanic activity along the Pacific Ocean, most recently including Hawaii and Indonesia.
For years, I have followed the work of New York University theoretical physics professor, Michio Kaku, and his Superstring Theory related to the fact that we live in a multi-dimensional Universe. Since the passing of Carl Sagan, Dr. Kaku is wearing the hat of America’s most prominent scientist.It is safe to say that when Kaku speaks, scientists listen. And lately, he has been speaking about the threat that is the Yellowstone super volcano.
Much to my chagrin, Kaku is on the record of having stated that the super volcano event at Yellowstone would be an extinction level event (ELE).
In the following video, Kaku states that the volcano could erupt at anytime and the earth would no longer support life. Kaku went on to say that the United States would be covered in several feet of volcanic ash. The aerial debris would block out the sun, thus creating nuclear winter and all plant life would die. When all plant life dies, all mammals will soon die as well, mostly from starvation.
Yellowstone erupts every 600,000 years and we are 40,000 years overdue. Kaku goes on to say that the Yellowstone explosion will undoubtedly be an ELE and it is not a matter of if, but a matter of when. In the accompanying video, Kaku speaks to the fact that the ground at Yellowstone has risen dramatically in the past few years, thus increasing the danger of a massive explosion.
neHow much of a “nudge” would it take to push this whole scenario over the edge?
Take a look at the initial projected ash cloud dispersion, immediately after the volcanic explosion.
We are witnessing the most major shift in a potential ELE in recorded history. Today’s threat makes Pompeii look like child’s play. Are we on the verge of mankind’s most major threat since the last ice age? It would appear so, however, nobody can accurately estimate a time frame of events because the planet is in uncharted waters. There is a reason that our written history is only 6,000 years old. The last ice age is about 10,000 years old. These two events may be related.
As cited in yesterday’s article on Hyperdimensional physics, this volcanic activity is likely tied to a pole shift which will lead to an all-out ice age. However, Yellowstone would likely kill more people than a new ice age.
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