Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Volcanic Eruption

I believe we will see a volcanic eruption in North America this year--it could be around July 2 or even sooner. If this is from the L-rd, He will confirm it. Look for volcanic eruptions (or an eruption) worldwide soon.

North America will have a large earthquake this year. Please pray it does not come until its appointed time, and for the L-rd to remember mercy.


  1. Here is what the Lord has been showing me. After He takes another one of His generals(Billy Graham)home. There will be a vacuum created in the spirit. The earth will groan waiting for the manifestation of the sons of God.There will be a shaking as you say; the magnitude we have not seen as yet. Then He will release the restoration of the prophetic anointing followed closely by the return of the apostolic. The glory of the latter shall be greater then the former. He will restore His bride to Her former glory. First there must be a refining fire sent.When He returns will He find faith upon the earth?

  2. Thank you for sharing this with us.

  3. This was in the news today, Sunday May, 23, 2010: An active volcano has erupted in Indonesia, spewing ash up to two kilometres into the air.

    Ash from Mount Baru Jari on Lombok island, near Bali, has damaged crops but the volcano is not threatening villagers.

    It erupted three times from Saturday night until early Sunday according to Mutaharlin, the island's volcano monitoring official.

    Lava flowed into a lake, pushing its temperature to 35 degrees Celsius, up from 21 degrees Celsius, while smoke spread 12 kilometres.

  4. Costa Rica's Arenal volcano erupts
    From correspondents in San Jose From: AFP May 25, 2010 COSTA Rica's Arenal volcano has erupted, spewing geysers of lava, ash and toxic gases from its crater and forcing the evacuation of the national park where it is located.

    The 1633-metre-tall cone-shaped mountain in northern Costa Rica shuddered into activity at 4am this morning issuing eight successive rivers of lava that flowed down its steep slopes, National Volcanology and Seismology Observatory expert Elicer Duarte said.

    He said nobody was at risk from the eruptions but authorities as a precaution evacuated the Arenal National Park, 80km north-east of San Jose.

    The Arenal Volcano is one of Costa Rica's major tourist attractions and the park has scores of hotels, restaurants, nightclubs and shopping centres.

    No estimates were given of how many people were inside the park when the eruption began.

    Arenal's last major eruption in July 1968 killed 89 people. Smaller eruptions have occurred at least six times over the past 35 years.

  5. A volcano spewed a 7-km-long ash plume, spreading the ash cloud in some towns near the volcano, the Ecuadorian Geophysics Institute (IG) said on Wednesday May 26, 2010.

    The eruption occurred at 6:12 a.m. local time (1112 GMT), and "the sound of the eruption was heard in the towns near the volcano, even in Banos and Guadalupe, 14 km from the volcano," the IG said.

    The 5,016-meter-high Tungurahua Volcano is located 135 km south of the capital Quito. It began its eruption process in 1999.

    The ash cloud traveled in south-west direction and thick ash fell at 06:31 a.m. local time (1131 GMT) in towns of Mapayacu and Manzano.

    One and a half hours later the ash also fell over Guano and Riobamba.

    The volcano also spewed small flows of lava at the north, northwest, west and southwest of its crater, which went down between 800 and 1,000 meters without affecting the inhabited areas, the IG said.

    According to the IG, an increasing number of earthquakes were registered on May 17 in the "biggest" eruption in 2010.

    "However, according to the historical behavior of the volcano, the current activity is considered low, but with increasing trend," the IG said.

  6. CLEVELAND Chuginadak Island 52.825°N, 169.944°W; summit elev. 1730 m

    On 25 May, AVO raised the Volcano Alert Level for Cleveland to Advisory and the Aviation Color Code to Yellow because thermal anomalies from the crater were seen in satellite imagery during the previous few days.

    Geologic Summary. Symmetrical Mount Cleveland stratovolcano is situated at the western end of the uninhabited dumbbell-shaped Chuginadak Island in the east-central Aleutians. The 1,730-m-high stratovolcano is the highest of the Islands of Four Mountains group and is one of the most active in the Aleutians. Numerous large lava flows descend its flanks. It is possible that some 18th to 19th century eruptions attributed to Carlisle (a volcano located across the Carlisle Pass Strait to the NW) should be ascribed to Cleveland. In 1944 Cleveland produced the only known fatality from an Aleutian eruption. Recent eruptions from Mt. Cleveland have been characterized by short-lived explosive ash emissions, at times accompanied by lava fountaining and lava flows down the flanks.


    Source: Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO)

  7. May 28, 2010
    GUATEMALA CITY (AP) — Explosive eruptions shook two huge volcanoes in Central and South America on Friday, forcing thousands of people to flee their homes and disrupting air traffic as ash drifted over wide regions.

    The Pacaya volcano, about 25 miles south of Guatemala City, began spewing lava and rocks on Thursday, blanketing the capital with ash and closing the international airport.

    A television reporter was killed and three children were missing, a spokesman for the national disaster committee said. The volcano’s eruption lost some intensity on Friday, according to the country’s Geophysical Research and Services Unit.

    Meanwhile, strong explosions rocked the Tungurahua volcano in Ecuador, prompting the evacuations of hundreds of people from nearby villages. The National Geophysics Institute said that ash plumes soared six miles above the 16,479-foot crater. An institute researcher, Sandro Vaca, told Radio Sonorama that the eruption “seems to be growing rapidly,” but that there were no immediate reports of deaths.

  8. Can some one PLEASE tell me why I am seeing more and more of the spelling of God as G-d, and Lord as L-rd? Are we getting afraid? are we losing our pride? what? I personally am PROUD to type and say out loud, GOD, LORD. Please explain the reasoning behind this. Thank you.

  9. I'm Jewish and it's our tradition not to spell out the name "G-d." It's a way to pay respect to His holy name. Jewish people do not speak His name either. We say Adonai instead of attempting to pronounce His holy name--we don't want to risk mispronouncing it. However, this is done because of tradition and not fear.

    I'm not sure why you are seeing more of this? I think, perhaps, more Gentile Christians are also doing this out of respect?

  10. A volcano in Russia today:

  11. The normal rate of volcanic activity is:
    Erupting "now": 10-20
    Each year: 50-70
    Each decade: about 160
    Note that these figures do not include the large number of eruptions (and undescribed volcanoes) on the deep sea floor.
    This website is a good reference:

  12. Thank you for your comments, Keith.