Thanks for the follow-up research. I really appreciate getting the additional info. I did not agree with Terrals conclusions as to what will happen when all of the planets along with the sun on the 15th will create a pole shift, tsunamies and some of his other dire speculations.
However, from Nicolai, he said that Yellowstone would erupt on March 15th and that it would start out small. He was repeatedly asked about this because this is the first time he has given a date about something. The volcanologist did say with the pressure building up that either the Cascades (Mount St. Helen) or Yellowstone would erupt so I expect this as a very likely possibility. (DIDN'T HAPPEN) Meanwhile in my own back yard ...Kilauea’s lava lake reaches the highest level ever seen
February 19, 2011 – KILAUEA SUMMIT (HawaiiNewsNow) – Scientists on the Big Island say it’s been an especially active week at Kilauea volcano – as it continues to erupt in two locations: on the east rift zone and at the summit. The volcanic activity along the summit has died down a little since Monday – when the lava lake at Halemaumau crater reached one of the highest levels ever observed
. But it’s still fascinating for both geologists and tourists alike. Kilauea’s fiery summit cauldron ripped open this week, and its beauty is matched only by the roar of its fury. Summit activity isn’t as intense as it was earlier in the week, but the changes have delighted scientists. “It is an exciting time for volcanologists,” says Janet Babb of the U.S. Geological Survey’s Hawaiian Volcano Observatory. “This is the job that we’re trained to do and the kind of research that we’re involved in, so it has been exciting.” On Monday, they watched as a number of rocks fell into Kilauea’s summit vent. Sulfur dioxide emissions remain elevated. Babb explains, “Large sections of the rim of the vent fell into the lava lake below. It caused a lot of degassing, and in a few instances, some explosive events that caused a lot of dusty, ashy plumes to rise skyward.” The lava lake at Halemaumau crater reached one of its highest levels ever this week – indicating an increase in the volume of magma. It’s been rising steadily since last November
, but volcanologists aren’t yet sure of its significance. “We’re still seeing these rise fall cycles in the lava lake. Rock falls are still occurring, again not as many as on Monday or Tuesday, but the vent walls continue to break apart, and we expect we’ll continue to see this activity in the foreseeable future.” -Hawaii NowNicolai said Yellowstone would erupt before Kilauea.
He also said the economy would tank before Yellowstone erupts. So I suspect with the planets lining up tension will increase across the planet. I like to monitor where the quakes are showing up worldwide. The main thing with Yellowstone or with many volcanoes is that harmonic tremors generally are present before an eruption takes place.
As for the pole shift we had already discussed this in another thread and none of us sensed this happening at this time. I do wonder what is going on in the fall if the data pertaining to the youtube link is accurate.
I also followed a few of Terral''s links after I had collected the info (youtube) and thought that he was a bit dramatic. Meaning he seemed to discredit himself with the conclusions he was coming up with based on the planet/solar alignment.
Meanwhile, right after posting this I saw the volcanic activity in Africa and was a bit taken aback as there were warnings of eruption of Mt. Nyiragongo volcano in the Congo.
Even watching the solar flare/CME go across the planet it first hit South Africa... followed by this news about Mt. Nyiragongo volcono and numerous other volcanoes all rumbling.http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/
Terral may not be the best messenger and his speculations are way off base. However, the data about the planet/solar alignment if based on fact is significant and what really caught my attention was that Nicolai (ET) was also saying that Yosemite would erupt (however, no pole shift now like we thought) on March 15th.