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PostPosted: Tue Sep 27, 2011 6:14 pm    Post subject: Quakes Atlantic, Leewards, Canarys, Azores, Portugal  Reply with quote

          Atlantic Earthquakes, volcanoes

Atlantic earthquakes Azores, Portugal
Canary Island Cumbre Vieja, El Hierro volcanos

Canary Islands Volcano
September  27,  2011
 Over 6,750 earthquakes have been recorded up to Monday, 26 September 2011.
The Canary Islands Government has raised the alert level for the El Hierro volcano in the Canary Islands Spain to Yellow,
the highest alert status since an unprecedented earthquake swarm commenced in mid-July.

Spanish seismologists held a press conference to reassure the residents that the raising of the alert level does not indicate that an eruption is imminent.
They indicated, however, that the number of volcanic earthquakes detected beneath El Hierro continues to increase.

Hierro, a shield volcano, has had a single historic eruption from the Volcan de Lomo Negro vent in 1793.
The eruption lasted approximately one month and produced lava flows.

Hierro Volcano, El Hierro, Canary Islands, Spain - John Seach
An earthquake swarm occurred at El Hierro volcano in July 2011 with 720 earthquakes measured in a week. The earthquakes were measured between magnitude 1-3

A Great Earthquake coming
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Iceland volcanoes cause quakes all down the Atlantic ridge

QUAKES, Antarctic, mid, S Atlantic Ocean

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 17, 2011 4:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

El Hierro eruption in Canary Islands, Spain
October 14, 2011
by Jón Frímann
The eruption in El Hierro volcano continues at the same phase as before.
With little change so far. Currently the eruption seems to be in two vents, as it did when it started on Monday.
There have been unconfirmed reports of new vents opening up closer to the coastline.

El Hierro volcano, Canary Islands
New Volcanic Island Could Emerge by El Hierro within 2 Weeks

October 17,  2011  
Jon Frimann
There are harmonic tremors (continuous deep earthquakes) under El Hierro volcano, new magma is flowing in.
From what I can tell and the information that I have seen, at least 2 more vents have opened up on Canary Islands.
So far all the new vents are under the ocean and at depth of 150 meters.

During the weekend floating magma bombs were floating on the ocean which means that at least one of the
vents is getting close to break the surface of the ocean, and could form a island.
There is a risk of new fissures in El Hierro opening up without warning.
Graphs here

New Subsea Volcanic Eruption Occurs Near El Hierro

The underwater volcano name is 1803-02

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 21, 2011 9:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hierro yellow alert October   18,  2011  
Watching the birth of an island off El Hierro.  Fascinating!

October   19,  2011  -  4.9 earthquake Azores, Portugal, Spain

El Hierro, Canary Islands, Spain    October   21,  2011    Jón Frímann  
Spain has 2 volcanoes along with some earthquake activity. Harmonic tremor is constant, but appears to have dropped a little in the past few days.

Global Volcanism Program database for Western Europe currently contains 4 Holocene volcanoes, Germany, France, 2 in Spain.

The Olot (Garrotxa) volcanic field NE Spain south of the Pyrenees Mountains about 90 km NNE of Barcelona.

The Pliocene Calatrava volcanic field in central Spain near Ciudad Real.

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 06, 2011 11:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

November 02, 2011
The El Hierro volcano eruption continues, so far no Island has formed.
Harmonic tremors have increased, new vents have opened up in the south area. Magma appears to be on the move in the north part of El Hierro Island.

November 06, 2011
El Hierro volcano enters Surtsey eruption phase.

Canary Islands Eruption
November  10,  2011  
Undersea Volcano Now Just 70 Meters from Surface. In the Atlantic Ocean, off the Canary Island of El Hierro, 20-meter high jets of water are being spat into the air as the sea boils amid the stench of sulfur. The undersea volcano, which is set to create new land, is growing ever-nearer to the surface.

4.6 earthquake CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN
November 11, 2011  volcanic risk alert increased to yellow - then RED

El Hierro Volcano.

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Volcano Watch
November  23,  2011
 The current status of the eruption is that nothing much has changed since last blog post.
But yesterday there where reports of new vents opening up off the south coast of El Hierro volcano.

November 24, 2011
During the past several weeks, many volcanoes have been active around the world. While we focus on our home volcano, it can be very interesting to check in with these other eruptions via the internet. The volcanoes getting the most attention now are El Hierro in the Canary Islands northwest of mainland Africa, Mount Etna on the Italian Island of Sicily, and Nyamuragira volcano in the Congo. You can keep up with world volcanism here.

The Canary Islands, like Hawai`i, are the tips of a chain of volcanoes on the Atlantic ocean floor west of the African country of Morocco. Like the Hawaiian Islands, they are thought to be produced by a mantle hotspot.
El Hierro, the volcano associated with the southwestern-most island, has recently erupted through a series of submarine vents offshore of the southernmost town of La Restinga. Toward the end of September, Spanish authorities evacuated that end of the island. So far, the eruption has produced discolored sea water that can be seen from space via satellite, some floating and steaming rocks, gases, and thousands of earthquakes – the largest being a magnitude-4.3 in early November. Activity has waxed and waned and it is currently quiet.

The El Hierro eruption is being monitoring by the Instituto Geografico Nacional ( http://www.01.ign.es/ign/layout/volcaVolcanologia.do ) and their results are reported in Spanish. If you don’t read Spanish, you can use the Google Chrome internet browser which will do a very credible job of translation. Current earthquake and other geophysical activity can be tracked on their website. You can watch the activity (or lack thereof) at

Mount Etna, on the Italian Island of Sicily, has erupted 18 times this year.

December  1,  2011  I see several explosions taking place in El Hierro volcano.  New eruption vents have been opening up at random in the south part of El Hierro volcano.

5.6 quake near Barbuda out in the Atlantic / Carribean
December 03, 2011
 Whats with the earthquakes around Puerto Rico and islands east - St Johns, Antigua, Barbuda.

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PORTUGAL worst drought in 80 years
March 4, 2012
– After Portugal’s driest February in 80 years, farmers are praying for a miracle as drought ravages pastures and sparks forest fires.  The situation is likely to further strain limited financial resources just as Portugal is cutting spending to meet the tough terms of its 78-billion euro bailout from the European Union and International Monetary Fund.

In the parched southern Alentejo region villagers are already holding Novenas, acts of religious devotion at which prayers are recited and sung for nine nights in a row to obtain divine intervention.  “Dry, cold weather at night and heat during the day destroy the crops – grain, tomatoes, vines, orchards. People become desperate and resort to things they believe can bring relief.” Their only reward was a light drizzle.

Volcanic activity lifts Canary island
June 29, 2012  
The island has been placed on yellow alert after days of almost continual earthquakes.
About 10,000 residents of the small Canary island of El Hierro are once again living in fear of a volcanic eruption as their island begins to lift.
According to the National Geographic Institute of Spain, increases in seismic activity on the island has seen literally hundreds of earthquakes, known as a
A quake swarm is shaking the island and increasing in strength since June 25.
The largest quake so far was 4.0.
A bulge has developed in the island, lifting it five centimetres in four days.
Magma appears to be forming right underneath the island and the pressure is building.
Scientists on the island are using the position of the earthquake epicentres to try and work out where the magma from the volcano will come to the surface.
The longer it takes to find a vent, the more the pressure from the magma will grow and the larger any possible eruption is likely to be.


A tsunami could strike East Coast USA
Could a tsunami strike DC and the USA East Coast?  YES
.  There are scientifically sound reasons for concern
that a mega-tsunami could engulf the entire East Coast with a 200 foot wave coming 20 miles inland.
This is real science, not science fiction.  The Atlantic Ocean has less seismic and volcanic activity than the Pacific.
There are visions of this occurring.  Nicos, a friend of mine, had a vision of this.

Major quake-tsunami USA east coast

Mid-Atlantic earthquakes, swarms
October 5, 2012  
Several strong quakes in the Atlantic ocean, and quake swarms around the islands.

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July 15, 2013
Two earthquakes at opposite ends of the Atlantic fracture zone.
7.3 earthquake in the far south Atlantic and a 5.4 quake off Greenland.  

A 7.3 magnitude earthquake has struck south of Bristol Island in the South Sandwich Islands.

Cumbre Vieja volcano, Canary Islands
July 2013
Scientists Warn of Massive Tidal Wave (tsumani) from Canary Island Volcano.
A massive wave travelling faster than a jet aircraft will devastate the eastern seaboard of America and inundate much of southern Britain, say scientists who have analysed the effects of a future volcanic eruption in the Canary Islands.

A massive slab of rock would break away from Cumbre Vieja on the island of La Palma and smash into the Atlantic Ocean to cause a tsunami.
Most of the wave would travel westwards to the American coast but some north towards the English Channel.

Low-lying land in Florida would be vulnerable to a sea wave that would inundate the mainland for several kilometres inland.
I remember a vision in which the sea *ate* Florida.

Disruption in the force July 2013
Strange bird behavior on east coast of the Americas and England.
July 2013  Birds behaving oddly
July 12 the magnetic field was acting weird. (blog post)
I noticed the birds here were acting weird, flying around in strange eruptive patterns. Mostly seabirds here, so it was a bit strange seeing the sky getting clustered with terns and gulls over land.  After about 2 hours the birds were over the sea again.

Last time they did that, there was a 9.0 magnitude earthquake 7000 miles away.
Birds are like Canarys in the coal mine for the magnetic field.
Many humans are also feeling an uneasiness of some kind.

Tsunami and catastrophic effects if Cumbre Vieja volcano Collapses in Palma, Canary Islands.
The Cumbre Vieja volcano on the island of La Palma, Canary Islands.
Scientists discover how huge blocks of volcanic rock can slide off a land mass into the ocean through heat and water pressure.
There is a potential for a devastatin­g Tsunami on the East Coast of the United States, having its genesis in the Canary Islands.  If this event were to take place, it would devastate vast areas of the East Coast of America.  According to experts, it’s not a question of IF this occurs, but WHEN.

Volcano fear hits Tenerife 23rd April 2009.
Experts are worried about Mount Teide, Spain’s highest peak.
Tenerife, largest of the Canary Islands, does not have evacuation plans if there is an eruption.
The Canary Islands are vulnerable because of the high level of tourism.
Mount Teide erupts every 100 years, and the last was in 1909.

Cumbre Vieja Volcano
La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain, John Seach
Geological evidence suggests that during a future eruption, Cumbre Vieja Volcano may experience a catastrophic failure of its west flank, dropping 150 to 500 km3 of rock into the sea. This event would produce a large tsunami which would cover the whole Atlantic Ocean.

Tsunami Danger for East Coast of America, Mitch Battros

Mega-tsunami coming from the Cumbre Vieja volcano

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PUERTO RICO  Body Bags, Coffins and Tsunami
Sep 24, 2013
 A former US Marine told to turn in all his firearms and ammo.
He said the shooting at the Navy Yard in D.C. could never happen. He was in security while in the marines.
He received a letter two days after the D.C. shooting from the feds that he must turn in all firearms and ammunition.
He is from Puerto Rico and when he went for a passport they gave him a hard time.
Some Puerto Ricans people have mentioned body bags and coffins to him.

I have recently read reports stating that body bags and supplies are being shipped into Puerto Rico.
These reports have been confirmed by Military and Medical insiders.
I work with many people from PR. Apparently the folks on the Island are starting to freak out.
Rumors abound about a meteor that will to hit the Atlantic late Sept or early October,
and create a 200 foot Tsunami, wiping out Puerto Rico and much of the East Coast.
Is this why FEMA Region III is going into emergency mode?
Tsunami prep may be cover for something else.
Someone's uncle is a police officer who provided escort for the Body Bags/Coffins from the airport to the Navy Base.

CJ NOTE - I have heard of this tsunami for years, but a volcano, not a space rock.

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5.4 earthquake Canary Islands, Spain
Dec 27, 2013  
There are 2 islands of interest here. El Hierro is a growing volcano.
El Hierro, Canary Islands - Really strong EQ and very long.
The other island of concern is Cumbre Vieja volcano.
It is said if its side gives way into the Atlantic, a huge tsunami will bring catastrophe to US east coast and wipe out islands.

5.4 Earthquake – El Hierro, Canary Islands
5.4 earthquake has struck in El Hierro, Canary Islands, who recently raised there volcano alert to yellow
in response to a disturbing earthquake swarm in recent days. This 5.4 quake is the largest one yet in this swarm.

Canary Island El Hierro Volcano Alert Raised To Yellow
December 26, 2013  uptick in quakes rumbling the area and the concern of a tsunami

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