Earthquake swarm and tsunami risk
Volcanic activity at Cumbre vieja volcano
SEPTEMBER 14, 2021 9:59 PM
Greetings brother Jonathan in the Name of Our Lord Jesus Christ,
I thank the Lord for your obedience in opening and running the 444 news site. It has been such a blessing to me and to countless believers.
I visit your site and have never shared anything until now that I am writing this message to you.
I feel a tug in my spirit that I should share. I have been following earthquakes and cosmic disturbances for sometime now, the governments and organizations that monitor earthquakes influence the reporting by either scaling the magnitude down or eliminating them from the site. I won’t touch on the subject of the asteroids that we have been witnessing but what I will share is that they tie in with planet 7’s cosmic field.
Today, 9/14/2021 while listening about earthquake updates, a particular zone stood out and spoke strongly to me (I believe it’s the Lord, by out of my own ability I am nothing “Not that we are sufficient of ourselves to think of anything asbeingfrom ourselves, but our sufficiencyisfrom God 2 Corinthians 3:5)
From 9/11/2021 – 9/13/2021 there has been a swarm of earthquakes in the Cumbre Vieja volcano, Canary Islands.“A strong earthquake swarm started under Cumbre Vieja volcano, La Palma, Canary Islands at 03:18 UTC on September 11, 2021.
From the beginning of the seismic series until 08:00 UTC on September 13, a total of 1 570 earthquakes have been detected, of which 354 were located. 315 earthquakes have been detected (90 located) to 17:45 UTC on September 12.” – The Watchers News” (https://watchers.news/2021/09/13/cumbre-vieja-la-palma-canary-islands-earthquake-swarm-september-2021/)
Why is this important? The USGS page is not reporting this seismic swarm, the link to page is below so you or any of your readers can search for any seismic activity in that zone and nothing appears.
If this were to break it could cause a major tsunami on the east coast of the U.S. On your site there are multiple prophecies concerning an east coast tsunami. I’ve added links to some of the many prophecies.
We don’t know in what steps events will follow but it’s imperative we stay prepared my beloved brothers and sisters. We need to be ready spiritually and physically. I love you all and until we meet in heaven with our Precious Lord who loves us, stay under the shelter of the Most High.
I felt lead to share this information with you, please it to the Lord in prayer and seek confirmation and direction.
The entire east coast of the United States (and Canada) could find itself literally under water if the ongoing earthquake swarm in the Canary Islands results in a volcanic eruption and predicted massive landslide. A Tsunami of 30 to 50 meters would obliterate much of the east coast, killing millions.
Since September 11, an earthquake swarm exceeding 4,222 earthquakes on the island of La Palma, part of the Canary Islands off the northwest coast of Africa, has been rumbling a large, unstable, section of land, the size of Manhattan, New York City. This slab of land rises 6,000 feet above sea level and is angled sharply downward toward the ocean.
A past volcanic eruption there in 1971 made scientists aware that this slab of land had become terribly unstable, because volcanic vents and tunnels had made their way underneath the land. Scientists predict that a future eruption could dislodge the slab, sending it crashing into the Atlantic Ocean below, and generating a mega-tsunami.
Seven hours after the landslide, the US/Canada east coast would be hit with a large tsunami wave, estimated to be at least 30 meters (about 100 feet) tall.
This wall of water would come barreling in to the east coast, obliterating everything in its path: Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Norfolk, Charleston, Savannah, Jacksonville, West Palm Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, all the Florida Keys, and everything in between those cities along the coast.
The flood map above paints the picture. It’s ugly.
Here is a larger version:
Worse, after completely flood-over most of Florida, the Tsunami would continue on its path of destruction into the Gulf of Mexico. Tallahassee, FL, Mobile, AL, Biloxi, MS, New Orleans, LA would be submerged. The water would likely go all the way to Baton Rouge. In Texas, they might lose Houston and everything along the Gulf coast.
If this earthquake swarm continues – and it is showing no sign of stopping, we could live through the worst natural disaster in recorded history.
People who live in the shaded Tsunami-flood-projected areas above MUST make preparations right now to evacuate on a moments notice. Once the landslide takes place, the Tsunami would arrive along the east coast in about seven hours. But once authorities issue the warnings, highways will be completely jammed, people will be panicking to flee for their lives. Road rage will go Mad Max!
You cannot wait until authorities tell the masses. YOU have to be ready to get out as soon as YOU hear the landslide happened. That means having your car(s) gassed-up and ready to roll, with a “go-bag” of clothes, some food, cash money, and self-protection. You have to have cash money because New York City is the financial capital of the USA and if it gets wiped out, all the banks go with it. There won’t be any credit/debit card processing — anywhere in the country. No cash? No nothing!
YOU also need to know WHERE you will be evacuating to. Make arrangements with friends or family well inland. If you don’t have any, find a hotel online NOW, so you know where you’re heading once you get going.
That simple planning should give YOU a head start to get out to safety before the masses panic and get themselves killed in traffic jams, or in gasoline lines, or at ATM lines as the water arrives and drowns them all.
Tsunamis are serious business. In 2004, one hit Banda Aceh in Indonesia. Here are before/After pictures . . . it got obliterated. In fact, Indonesia got hit by a 24 meter Tsunami, which is smaller than the one projected from a La Palma, Canary Islands, Volcano with flank collapse! It KILLED 250,000 people. Look at what a 24 meter Tsunami did in 2004:
In 2011, a massive earthquake in the Pacific Ocean generated a Tsunami that hit Japan. It lasted about twenty minutes, with a non-stop surge of water coming on shore from the ocean, wiping out everything and everyone in its path. It ran more than TEN MILES inland in some places and killed more than 15,000 people.
Here, look – in 6 minutes, and entire city went form normal to utterly destroyed . . . the water just keeps on coming in:
video link: https://youtu.be/
Now imagine this same thing happening in Boston, New York, Philadelphia and all the other cities along the east coast. It CAN happen as a result of a landslide off the Cumbre Viejo volcano on the island of La Palma in the Canary Islands, which seems to be building toward an eruption and potential southwest flak collapse, of an area the size of Manhattan, NYC. The quakes have not stopped, the land mass that is unstable and is already showing signs of deformation, can simply fall off the island and cause THIS . . . 7 hours later, in the USA.
A full report of what is taking place on La Palma, and step-by-step reports of how it developed, and what it can do to us, is available HERE.
Prepare. Now. Once the authorities sound the alert, the masses will panic and a whole slew of people will get killed. Don’t be one of them.
UPDATED 2:55 PM (Thursday) EDT — Nuclear Power Plant vs Tsunamis – Strong Harmonic Tremor – 10 cm Deformation — Earthquake Swarm – La Palma – If Blows, Wipes Out US East Coast via Tsunami “Yellow Alert” Declared
As of September 14, 2021, the seismic activity appears to be moving westward and its depth has decreased. Scientists have detected an upwelling (surface deformation) of about 1.5 cm at the swarm location.
Since the beginning of the seismic swarm – Sept. 11th at 3:18 (UTC) – more than 2935 quakes have been detected in the southern area of the island of La Palma, including 25 quakes of magnitudes above 3.0.
The largest earthquake (M3.9) occurred today, September 14, 2021 at 06:00 (UTC) and has been reported and felt by the nearby population.
The earthquake depth ranges between 8 and 10 km below the volcano, suggesting that new magma is currently intruding into a reservoir under the volcano.
In the last hours, the seismicity apparently is slightly migrating westwards.
Meanwhile, the IGN has intensified the monitoring of the seismic and volcanic activity on La Palma.
Yesterday, officials issued the Yellow alert for has been issued for La Palma volcano:
It is still hard to say whether or not this enhanced seismic activity and slight ground deformation will lead to a volcanic eruption.
Seismographs and going frenzy on La Palma:
Similar earthquake swarms have occurred in the past as well, most recently in late December last year. However, during that event, the quakes were deeper (at around 30 km depth).
Has magma now risen higher in the volcano’s underground storage systems?
La Cumbre Vieja volcano last erupted in 1971, and it is considered one of the most active volcanoes of the Canary Islands.
La Palma Mega tsunami
Cumbre Vieja volcano lies on the southern third of La Palma,Canary Islands, and rises about 2 kilometers (1.2 mi) above sea level and 6 kilometers (3.7 mi) above the seafloor.
It is the fastest growing volcano in the archipelago and thus dangerous in terms of collapses and landslides.
Professor Stephen Sparks, one of the world’s most reputable volcanologists, said, “When volcanic islands emerge from the sea, they are very unstable. And, in some cases, huge landslides can happen when part of the island collapses into the sea…”
Several collapses took place since the Pliocene, followed by the growth of Cumbre Vieja during the last 125,000 years. The last eruption of La Palma was in 1971, the most recent subaerial eruption in the Canary Islands.
What effects would a collapse of Cumbre Vieja have?
One of the multiple scenario by Steven N. Ward and Simon Day proposes that a Holocene change in the eruptive activity of Cumbre Vieja volcano and a fracture on the volcano that formed during an eruption in 1949 may be the prelude to a giant collapse.
Assuming a collapse of 500 cubic kilometers (120 cu mi) that moves at a rate of about 100 meters per second (330 ft/s) on top of a layer of mud or landslide breccia, which lubricate its movement, and eventually spreads 60 kilometers (37 mi) to cover a jug-shaped area of 3,500 square kilometers (1,400 sq mi), they estimated the following timing of the tsunami:
- 2 Minutes: A 900 meters (3,000 ft) thick dome of water rises above the landslide.
- 5 Minutes: The dome collapses to a height of 500 meters (1,600 ft) as it advances by 50 kilometers (31 mi); additionally, wave valleys form.
- 10 Minutes: The landslide is now over. Waves reaching heights of 400–600 meters (1,300–2,000 ft) hit the three western Canary Islands.
- 15 Minutes-60 Minutes: 50–100 meters (160–330 ft) high waves hit Africa. A 500 kilometers (310 mi) wide train of waves advances across the Atlantic.
- 3–6 Hours: The waves hit South America and Newfoundland, reaching heights of 15–20 meters (49–66 ft) and 10 meters (33 ft), respectively. Spain and England are partially protected by La Palma, thus tsunami waves there only reach 5–7 meters (16–23 ft).
- 9 Hours: Waves 20–25 meters (66–82 ft) approach Florida; they are not expected to grow farther as they hit the coast.
- France and the Iberian Peninsula would be affected as well.
Traces of past such tsunamis may be found in the southeastern United States, on the continental shelf, in northeast Brazil, in the Bahamas, western Africa.
This movie below shows a physics-based computer simulation of a Mega Tsunami generated by a flank collapse of La Palma, Canary Islands. The movie focuses on the maximum expected runup of the waves on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean.
Other examples of tsunamis triggered by the collapse of volcanoes
Large collapses on volcanoes have generated tsunamis. In total, volcanically generated tsunamis are responsible for about 20% of all fatalities related to volcanic eruptions. Here a list of the most recent ones:
- The 2018 Sunda Strait tsunami caused by a flank collapse of Anak Krakatau (at least 437 fatalities)
- The 2002 Stromboli tsunami (severe damage to coastal settlements)
- The 1958 Lituya Bay tsunami that triggered the highest wave in history
- The 1929 Grand Banks earthquake
- The 1888 Ritter Island tsunami known as the largest historical tsunami-forming collapse with a volume of 5 cubic kilometers (1.2 cu mi) and which killed about 3,000 people.
- The 1792 Shimabara collapse of Unzen volcano in Japan which claimed 4,000 or 14,538 victims.
Ancient landslides that triggered tsunamis
Prehistoric landslides that caused tsunamis include:
- The Storegga slide 8,200 years ago, a 3,000 cubic kilometers (720 cu mi) submarine landslide off Norway that generated a tsunami recorded from geological evidence in the Faroe Islands, Norway and Scotland.
- Collapse of Fogo volcano about 73,000 years ago triggered a tsunami that inundated Santiago, Cape Verde
- Landslide-induced tsunamis at Kohala and Lanai in the Hawaiian Islands
Tsunamis are less common in the Atlantic Ocean than in the Pacific or the Indian oceans, but they have been observed e.g. after the 1755 Lisbon earthquake. Apart from fault lines, submarine volcanoes such as Kick’em Jenny and landslides are sources of tsunamis in the Atlantic.
Tsunamis are not just known from the sea: the Vajont Dam disaster in 1963 claimed 2000 fatalities and was caused by lake-level tsunami and evidence of past tsunamis is recorded from Lake Tahoe.
Humanity has never witnessed enormous collapses on La Palma and there is evidence that the western flank of La Palma is currently stable.
But as a Cumbre Vieja landslide tsunami may constitute a threat to Brazil, Canada, Caribbean, Ireland, Morocco, the Northeastern United States, Portugal and the United Kingdom, the current seismic unrest clearly need more monitoring. And aside from the tsunami hazard, the impact of a large collapse on people living on the island would be severe. The communities of El Paso, Fuencaliente, Los Llanos and Tazacorte are located on the unstable block. Cumbre Vieja is largely unmonitored and a flank collapse may begin with little forewarning. [IGN]
So the only thing I can say is be prepared or get ready. The La Palma Eruption/Megatsunami will be unprecedented!
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