The municipalities of El Paso and Los Llanos de Aridane have requested donations of money through various accounts, as has the Cabildo de La Palma, which has enabled Bizum payments.

In the specific case of El Paso, in addition to donations, the local town hallare asking for volunteers to attend the emergency and accommodation for the evacuees.

EL PASO CONTACT INFO

Want to contact the Administration of El Paso? Here are all the details of El Paso available below.

El Paso Postal address Avenida de Jose Antonio, 18
38750 EL PASO
España
El Paso Phone 922 48 51 30
International: +34 922 48 51 30
El Paso #DE_EDIFICE# fax number 922 48 59 78
International: +34 922 48 59 78
El Paso Email address cgonzalez@ayuntamientodeelpaso.org

The Yaiza City Council, in Lanzarote,is organising a collection,   unable to find info

UGT Canarias, both in Tenerife and on Gran Canaria.

LA PALMA (Santa Cruz) Constitution Square, 4 uilapalma@canarias.ugt.org
GRAN CANARIA (Las Palmas) Avda. 1º de Mayo, 21 – 1ª uigcanaria@canarias.ugt.org / ugt@canarias.ugt.org
TENERIFE (Santa Cruz de) C / Méndez Núñez, 84 uitenerife@canarias.ugt.org

Help from Southern Gran Canaria

FACEBOOK ACCOUNTS: 

WeAreWarriors.shop, the multi-focused charity shop and community hub in Puerto Rico de Gran Canaria, have started to organise donations and collections to send


https://www.facebook.com/WeAreWarriors.Shop/We Are Warriors Shop is at We Are Warriors Shop.

Karuna Association in Maspalomas who are organising a collection to gather clothes, food and other items to send to La Palma.


Asociación Karuna Maspalomas

 10, 2020

SPACU

UPDATE: 11/08/2021; 5:22:47 PM

spacer

 

UPDATE: 11/07/2021; 9:23:52 PM

spacer

One of the explosions in the volcano and you can see its shock wave, it has a lot of force, it was seen just at the end of the news program on TV Canaria. #ErupcionLaPalma #VolcanLaPalma #VolcandeLaPalma #Eruptin #VolcanLaPalma

spacer

UPDATE: 11/07/2021;6:42:57 PM

spacer

Nov 7, 2021

This Sunday, the air quality on La Palma has worsened. The General Directorate of Security and Emergencies of the Government of the Canary Islands has declared the air quality extremely unfavorable in the municipalities of Tazacorte, Los Llanos de Aridane, El Paso, Tijarafe and PuntaGorda. In these localities there is an abundant presence of particles that scientists call PM10, or to understand us solid particles that reach a certain size that is sufficiently harmful to health if you breathe for a long time. Specifically, and according to the Canarian government, the daily value of 150 gr / m3 has been exceeded at the Los Llanos de Aridane station since November 2. The declaration, in force since the afternoon of this Saturday, is motivated by the presence of small dispersed particles in the atmosphere, and whose diameter is less than 1 micrometer. and whose diameter is less than 1 micrometer. Malaga 24 hours news live TV live Spanish television free Live news from the World, last minute, Spain, Andalusia, and Malaga. Free Online Broadcast Direct from Malaga 24 Hours news. Your news channel on DTT and internet and fiber optic operators. Live information of Malaga, Andalucia, Spain and the world. Your news channel on DVB, internet and optic fiber operators. Live streaming www.malaga24h.com

spacer

spacer

@LetUsUniteHere

spacer

Tsunami Warning (Nov. 08, 2021): La Palma Volcano Black Lava Explosion Causes Lava Tsunami The Volcanological Institute of the Canary Islands has highlighted this Friday afternoon that deposits of elemental sulfur appear for the first time in La Palma. This organism concludes that this fact does not imply an end of the eruption, but a clear change in its dynamics. #LaPalma #CanaryIsland #BlackLava #USADefenseLine

spacer

CONFIRMATION OF THE 4.8 Earthquake today.  

Nov 7, 2021

spacer

UPDATE: 11/07/2021; 2:51:47 PM

spacer

🟡🌋50 DAYS from the volcano of La Palma SULFUR 🔴LAVA AND ASH IN LARGE QUANTITY 🔴Scientific Committee

Nov 7, 2021

🔴🔴🔴Since the last statement, 42 earthquakes have been located in the area affected by the volcanic reactivation of Cumbre Vieja, 6 of these earthquakes have been felt by the population, having reached the maximum intensity in the epicentral zone of IV (EMS98). 🔴The largest earthquake was the one that occurred at 20:40(UTC) yesterday, with magnitude 4.5 mb Lg at 36 km depth and direction with intensity IV on the island of La Palma. In the period considered, 1 earthquake has been located at a depth of around 30 km, the rest of the hypocenters of the period are located at a shallower depth, around 12 km. 🔴The amplitude of the volcanic tremor signal has medium high levels, with intensification pulses. 🔴The island’s network of permanent GNSS stations shows that the elevation recorded on days 4 and 5 at station LP03, which is the closest to the eruptive centers, has completely reversed. However, the southwestern deformation recorded by the station is still ongoing. 🔴A slight deflation is maintained in the rest of the stations, possibly related to deep seismicity. 🔴In view of the calibrated image,08:45UTC a column height of 2,700 m. with a west-southwest direction. Yesterday the thermal and visual camera was moved from the north flank to the east of the volcano to continue with the continuous acquisition of images in both spectra. The IGN continues its presence on the island, where the CAVE (Center of Attention and Eruption Surveillance). 🔴🔴🔴The National Geographic Institute (IGN) has detected a total of 18 earthquakes on La Palma this Sunday, among them, three were felt by the population, although they did not exceed magnitude 3.4. 🔴Two of the three felt earthquakes, of 3.4 and 3.3 occurred in Fuencaliente and the other, of 3.2 in Mazo and all three were registered at dawn and at depths of between 13 and 14 kilometers 🔴Air quality It is especially unfavorable in the municipalities near the volcano -El Paso, Fuencaliente, Tijarafe and Los Llanos de Aridane-. 🔴In this regard, 112 Canarias has recommended to risk population groups to avoid prolonged stay outdoors and to follow the medical treatment plan that they are following meticulously, as well as to go to an emergency service if their health condition worsens . The roof and roof cleaning work that is being carried out in the affected areas continues and in the works that will be carried out in the next few days to remove ash and pyroclasts with heavy machinery to facilitate access to homes that have accumulations important in their surroundings and ceilings. The National Geographic Institute (IGN) has located about 19 earthquakes on La Palma, the largest being the one registered at 02:06 this Sunday when it reached 3,  (since this report there has been a 4.8 which was reduced to a 4.5)

spacer

WOW, I JUST NOTICED THIS LITTLE NOTE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE LIST FROM CSEM/EMSC.  Have you seen this?? So, the EMSC rates their Magnitudes a whole level beneath the rest of Europe.  So their 4.8 is a 5.8??  The EMSC magnitude rating for the resent Earthquake at La Palma is 4.5 the same as VolcanoDiscovery/IGN.  Does that mean it was a 5.5??  Or as originally reported 5.8 instead of 4.8?

Bold : Earthquakes with a magnitude ≥ 4.5 in Euro-med, or ≥ 5.5 in the world
Red : Earthquakes with a magnitude ≥ 5 in Euro-med, or ≥ 6 in the world

CANARY ISLANDS / Nov 7, 2021

Results found : 50   SO FAR TODAY!  Looks like the Earthquake activity is rising.

CANARY ISLANDS / Nov 6, 2021

Results found : 33

CANARY ISLANDS / Nov 5, 2021

Results found : 34

CANARY ISLANDS / Nov 4, 2021

Results found : 82

CANARY ISLANDS / Nov 3, 2021

Results found : 114

CANARY ISLANDS / Nov 2, 2021

Results found : 116

CANARY ISLANDS / Nov 1, 2021

Results found : 172

CANARY ISLANDS / Oct 31, 2021

Results found : 95

CANARY ISLANDS / Oct 30, 2021

Results found : 99

It appears they have been made aware of their error (putting the 11/5 data on the 11/7 report) and have corrected it.  Here is the new report they have posted. 

La Palma volcano update: activity on slowly decreasing trend, while magnitude 4.5 quake shakes island

20:01 PM | BY: T
Sun, 7 Nov 2021, 20:01
La Palma, Canary Islands: eruption Sep 2021 – updates

Updated: Nov 7, 2021 20:39 GMT – 9 minutes ago

Ash emissions from La Palma this evening (image: Canarias TV live stream)

Ash emissions from La Palma this evening (image: Canarias TV live stream)

Lava fountain and lava flows this morning seen on the webcam

Lava fountain and lava flows this morning seen on the webcam

Volcanic tremor amplitude (image: IGN)

Volcanic tremor amplitude (image: IGN)

The activity at the volcano continues at levels similar to yesterday, reduced compared to the weeks before.
Visually, intermittent, pulsating weak lava fountains could be observed in the early morning hours from the main vent at the cone along with the effusion of several smaller lava flows on the western slopes of the cone. The explosions at the summit vent continued to produce ash plumes reaching up to 8,000 ft / 2.4 km altitude drifting SW over the ocean.
Volcanic tremor has been following a decreasing trend, which suggests that the magma rate is decreasing as well. No significant change occurred at the lava fronts of the lava flow field, which is now 983,4 hectares large and has destroyed or damaged at least 2,714 buildings.
Ground deformation returned to values similar to 48 hours ago, which likely mean that yesterday’s peak of inflation at the LP03 station was likely caused by an instrumental error. Overall, it also follows a trend of decrease or deflation.
Seismic activity has also been reduced compared to the previous weeks, with only 55 quakes during 24 hours with magnitudes above 2.2. The largest was a deep (38 kmmagnitude 4.5 tremor at 5.07 p.m. this afternoon, which was widely felt on the island.

spacer

UPDATE: 11/07/2021; 12:47:22 PM

spacer

Nov 7, 2021

No denying the fact that more and more “Space Rocks” are not only FILLING the skies… But LANDING on the ground as meteorites.. And these are just the ones we KNOW about! La Palma Had one of its Strongest nights last night as thoughts of another 50 days AT LEAST… The Largest of the Earthquakes STILL to come https://www.amsmeteors.org/ http://www.volcanodiscovery.com *IF you would like ‘2’ Show Your Support * -PAYPAL https://www.paypal.me/in2thinair -PATREON https://www.patreon.com/In2ThinAir Donate ERC20 CRYPTO CURRENCY LIKE *ETH/USDC/HEX* Send to MetaMask Address: 0x9c199233c731d69A839495242277143028848f95 *Secondary Channel* ‘In2thinairNEWS’ https://www.youtube.com/c/in2thinairnews

spacer

spacer

@LetUsUniteHere

There were two next to one another? Hmm..

Image

Image

Quote Tweet
@LetUsUniteHere
·

Image

4.8 quake, 37 km..variations on this, 17 minutes ago. #LaPalma
Show this thread

spacer

Nov 7, 2021

spacer

Moderate mag. 4.6 earthquake – La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de Aridane, Spain, on Sunday, Nov 7, 2021 5:07 pm (GMT +0) – 1 hour 22 minutes ago

Updated: Sun, Nov 7, 2021 18:22 GMT – 6 minutes agoRefresh
I felt this quake
Moderate mag. 4.6 earthquake - La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de Aridane, Spain, on Sunday, Nov 7, 2021 5:07 pm (GMT +0)

Moderate magnitude 4.6 earthquake at 37 km depth

7 Nov 17:09 UTCFirst to report: EMSC after 2 minutes.
7 Nov 17:11: Now using data updates from IGN
7 Nov 17:28: Magnitude recalculated from 4.8 to 4.6. Hypocenter depth recalculated from 25.0 to 37.0 km (from 15.5 to 23 mi). Epicenter location corrected by 20 km (13 mi) towards N.
Update Sun, 7 Nov 2021, 17:15

Moderate 4.8 quake hits near Los Llanos de Aridane, La Palma Island, Canary Islands, Spain

4.8 quake 7 Nov 5:07 pm (GMT +0)

4.8 quake 7 Nov 5:07 pm (GMT +0)
An earthquake of magnitude 4.8 occurred only 8 minutes ago 30 km southeast of Los Llanos de Aridane, Spain, Spain’s Instituto Geográfico Nacional (IGN) reported.
The quake hit at a shallow depth of 25 km beneath the epicenter near Los Llanos de Aridane, La Palma Island, Canary Islands, Spain, in the afternoon on Sunday, November 7th, 2021, at 5:07 pm local time. The exact magnitude, epicenter, and depth of the quake might be revised within the next few hours or minutes as seismologists review data and refine their calculations, or as other agencies issue their report.
A second report was later issued by the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC), which listed it as a magnitude 4.8 earthquake as well.
Based on the preliminary seismic data, the quake was probably felt by many people in the area of the epicenter. It should not have caused significant damage, other than objects falling from shelves, broken windows, etc.
In Fuencaliente de la Palma (pop. 1,900) located 11 km from the epicenter, the quake should have been felt as light shaking.
Weak shaking might have been felt in Mazo (pop. 4,800) located 23 km from the epicenter, Breña Baja (pop. 4,200) 25 km away, Brena Alta (pop. 7,100) 27 km away, El Paso (pop. 7,100) 28 km away, Tazacorte (pop. 5,700) 29 km away, Los Llanos de Aridane (pop. 20,800) 30 km away, and Santa Cruz de La Palma (pop. 17,100) 31 km away.
VolcanoDiscovery will automatically update magnitude and depth if these change and follow up if other significant news about the quake become available. If you’re in the area, please send us your experience through our reporting mechanism, either online or via our mobile app. This will help us provide more first-hand updates to anyone around the globe who wants to know more about this quake.

La Palma, Canary Islands: eruption Sep 2021 – updates

Updated: Nov 7, 2021 15:29 GMT – 3 hours 11 minutes ago

Activity slows down while ground deformation and gas emissions pick up

Update Fri 05 Nov 2021 17:26  ???   WHY IS All THIS INFORMATION IS OLD!  LOOK AT THE DATES!

Ash emission from La Palma's active crater today (image: Canarias TV webcam)

Ash emission from La Palma’s active crater today (image: Canarias TV webcam)

Current seismic signal at La Palma's TBT station (image: IGN)

Current seismic signal at La Palma’s TBT station (image: IGN)

Ground deformation at LP03 station (image: IGN)

Ground deformation at LP03 station (image: IGN)

Both the visible eruptive activity at the vent and the lava flows as well as internal seismic activity have been lower today overall. Ash emissions are more intermittent and less intense since the marked drop in volcanic tremor yesterday.
This morning, the ash plume reached 8,000 ft (2.4 km) altitude, but it has no longer been continuous. The lava flows remain active. So far, they have covered an area of ​​nearly 10 square kilometers and destroyed 2581 houses according to official sources.
While this might look as if the peak of the eruption is over and it might be in a phase of dying down slowly, tremor remains significant, and even has been increasing again in the past 6 hours. In addition, ground deformation has again been showing a trend of uplift, now totaling approx. 13-14 cm, suggesting that more magma is being stored at depth than what is being erupted.
Sulfur dioxide (SO2) and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions have risen also, to 29,000 tons per day and 1,850 tons per day, respectively. This increase fits with the model of more magma arriving at depth.

spacer

Nov 7, 2021

Hello, I’m a Bushcraft Bear and share the latest information about the current volcanic eruption on the island of la palma in my videos. If you would like to support my YouTube channel, you are welcome to do so here: https://paypal.me/benjaminclaussner or Crypto Currency: Bitcoin (BTC) bc1qej2dflmp7xkay2jtf44c72awe6stxcyq7czy08 My Twitter Account: https://twitter.com/BushcraftBearLP

spacer

UPDATE: 11/07/2021; 6:37:49 AM

spacer

spacer

@LetUsUniteHere

spacer

Nov 7, 2021

The La Palma volcano is reactivated. After a few days in which it maintained a stable dynamic, this Saturday night it again expelled shocking jets of lava, resuming its strombolian activity. This would indicate, according to experts, that the end is still far away. To this intensity of its activity are added other parameters such as sulfur emissions or the tremor that continue and that as long as they do not decrease, they will continue to indicate that the Cumbre Vieja volcano still has a long way to go before it goes out. (Source: INVOLCAN) Malaga 24 hours news live TV live free Spanish television Live news from the World, last minute, Spain, Andalusia, and Malaga. Free Online Broadcast Direct from Malaga 24 Hours news. Your news channel on DTT and internet and fiber optic operators. Live information of Malaga, Andalucia, Spain and the world. Your news channel on DVB, internet and optic fiber operators. Live streaming www.malaga24h.com
spacer
THE VOLCANO ON LA PALMA CONTINUES WITH NO END IN SIGHT AS NOW A TREND OF DEFORMATION HAS STARTED WITH 10cm JUST TODAY, 14cm YESTERDAY AND 20cm THE DAY BEFORE. WHAT THAT MEANS IS THE MAGMA IS PUSHING THE GROUND UP UNDERNEATH WHICH IS NOT A GOOD SIGN AND COULD SIGNAL A VERY LARGE ERUPTION COMING IN THE DAYS AHEAD TO RELIEVE THE PRESSURE AS IN THE MT. ST HELENS ERUPTION IN THE 1980’S. VOLCANO DISCOVERY LATEST INFORMATION TODAY https://www.volcanodiscovery.com/lapa… LATEST ERUPTION VIDEO FROM INVOLCAN https://twitter.com/i/status/14569768… LATEST EARTHQUAKES TODAY ON LA PALMA https://www.emsc-csem.org/#2 Fears Island “May Explode” — Serious Ground Deformation, Large Area of Northern LaPalma Island https://halturnerradioshow.com/index…. USGS LIVE EARTHQUAKE SITE: http://quakes.globalincidentmap.com/ NATIONAL DATA BUOY CENTER: https://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/ FLOOD MAP.NET ON THIS SITE YOU CAN CHECK THE WAVE HIGHT OF A TSUNAMI https://www.floodmap.net/ SPACE WEATHER.COM https://www.spaceweather.com/ LIVE VIDEO FEED FROM LA PALMA https://youtu.be/dTTm5zXiydg IF YOU ENJOY OUR NEWS BROADCAST AND WOULD LIKE TO SUPPORT OUR CHANNEL PLEASE SEE LINKS BELOW, THANK YOU !!

spacer

UPDATE: 11/07/2021; 2:32:11 AM

SPACER

Travis Scott’s UTOPIA MOUNTAIN created a Living Hell for many of his fans Last night.

You gotta wonder why in the world was that set built to so elaborately create the imagery of a volcanic eruption?  

And why the imagery of the Phoenix Rising up out of the flames??   It is all part of their Magick spell casting.  The Great Work, bringing their dasterdly plans into fruition.  It is very much like the “Rain Dance” or the “Buffalo Dance”  or the “Bear Dance”.   The Magical Mystical Dark Demonic War Dance of the Illumined.

When you watch the video you can really appreciate the nuances and movement of the images.  They create the hypnotic affect and the amazing spectacle viewed by those who watch the La Palma Volcano as it goes through it various phases. 

SPACER

Reshared from www.thecipherbrief.com Follow the latest updates Source: Read More

spacer

Nov 6, 2021

Kid Who Almost DIED At The AstroWorld Festival Says The Travis Scott Concert Was DEMONIC !!! HELP SUPPORT THE CHANNEL CashApp: $comiccoalition SUBSCRIBE TO MY OTHER CHANNEL https://youtu.be/HjiDH7bN-BE FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER!!! https://twitter.com/CinemaShogun/stat… #travisscott #astroworld #astroworldfest

Nov 6, 2021
‘Deadly Crowd SURGE Causes Chaos at Travis Scott Concert’ At least eight people have died after a crowd surge at a Travis Scott, Astroworld concert.

“And the angel took the censer, and filled it with fire of the altar, and cast it into the earth: and there were voices, and thunderings, and lightnings, and an earthquake.” ~ Revelation 8:5

spacer

spacer

UPDATE: 11/06/2021: 7:36:10 PM

spacer

Nov 6, 2021 8:40 pm (GMT +0) (Nov 6, 2021 20:40 GMT)
3 hours 21 minutes ago
4.3

33 km

La Palma Island, 16 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT33 reports

spacer

JUST LOOK AT ALL THE NUMBERS IN THIS ARTICLE.  ALL OF THEM VERY SIGNIFICANT TO THE ELITE!!  It would take me a long time to decipher all those.  But, someone who is familiar with numberology can spot them in a minute.  

Light mag. 4.3 earthquake – La Palma Island, 16 km southeast of Los Llanos de Aridane, Spain, on Saturday, Nov 6, 2021 8:40 pm (GMT +0) – 3 hours 33 minutes ago

This quake was likely an aftershock of the 5.0 quake La Palma Island, 30 km south of Los Llanos de Aridane, Spain, Nov 3, 2021 7:27 am (GMT +0), which had occurred 4 days earlier.
Updated: Sun, Nov 7, 2021 00:13 GMT – just now
I felt this quake
Light mag. 4.3 earthquake - La Palma Island, 16 km southeast of Los Llanos de Aridane, Spain, on Saturday, Nov 6, 2021 8:40 pm (GMT +0)

Light magnitude 4.3 earthquake at 33 km depth

6 Nov 20:43 UTCFirst to report: IGN after 3 minutes.
6 Nov 20:48: Magnitude recalculated from 4.7 to 4.3. Hypocenter depth recalculated from 37.0 to 30.0 km (from 23 to 18.6 mi). Epicenter location corrected by 3.1 km (1.9 mi) towards SSW.
… [show all] …
6 Nov 20:54: Magnitude recalculated from 4.5 to 4.3. Hypocenter depth recalculated from 36.0 to 33.0 km (from 22 to 21 mi). Epicenter location corrected by 3 km (1.9 mi) towards E.
Update Sat, 6 Nov 2021, 20:48

Moderate magnitude 4.7 earthquake 17 km southeast of Los Llanos de Aridane, Spain

4.7 quake 6 Nov 8:40 pm (GMT +0)

4.7 quake 6 Nov 8:40 pm (GMT +0)
Just 8 minutes ago, a 4.7-magnitude earthquake struck near Los Llanos de Aridane, La Palma Island, Canary Islands, Spain. The tremor was recorded in the evening on Saturday, November 6th, 2021, at 8:40 pm local time, at a moderately shallow depth of 37 km below the surface.
The event was filed by Spain’s Instituto Geográfico Nacional (IGN), the first seismological agency to report it.
A second report was later issued by the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC), which listed it as a magnitude 4.6 earthquake.
Based on the preliminary seismic data, the quake should not have caused any significant damage, but was probably felt by many people as light vibration in the area of the epicenter.
Weak shaking might have been felt in Mazo (pop. 4,800) located 6 km from the epicenter, Breña Baja (pop. 4,200) 8 km away, Brena Alta (pop. 7,100) 11 km away, El Paso (pop. 7,100) 14 km away, Santa Cruz de La Palma (pop. 17,100) 14 km away, Los Llanos de Aridane (pop. 20,800) 17 km away, Tazacorte (pop. 5,700) 17 km away, and Garachico (pop. 6,000) 25 km away.
VolcanoDiscovery will automatically update magnitude and depth if these change and follow up if other significant news about the quake become available. If you’re in the area, please send us your experience through our reporting mechanism, either online or via our mobile app. This will help us provide more first-hand updates to anyone around the globe who wants to know more about this quake.
If you were or still are in this area during the quake help others with your feedback and report it here.
Download the Volcanoes & Earthquakes app and get one of the fastest seismic alerts online:
Android | iOS

Earthquake data

I felt this quake
I didn’t feel it

Date & time: Nov 6, 2021 20:40:24 UTC – 3 hours 33 minutes ago
Local time at epicenter: Saturday, Nov 6, 2021 8:40 pm (GMT +0)
Magnitude: 4.3
Depth: 33.0 km
Epicenter latitude / longitude: 28.5451°N / 17.8143°W↗  (TenerifeCanary IslandsSpain)
Antipode: 28.545°S / 162.186°E
Nearest volcano: La Palma (5 km / 3 mi)
Nearby towns and cities:
7 km (4 mi) NNE of Fuencaliente de la Palma (La Palma Island) (pop: 1,890) –> See nearby quakes!
16 km (10 mi) SSW of Santa Cruz de La Palma (La Palma Island) (pop: 17,100) –> See nearby quakes!
16 km (10 mi) SE of Los Llanos de Aridane (La Palma Island) (pop: 20,800) –> See nearby quakes!
26 km (16 mi) S of Garachico (Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Kanarische Inseln) (pop: 6,000) –> See nearby quakes!
32 km (20 mi) SSE of Santo Domingo (pop: 1,930) –> See nearby quakes!
67 km (42 mi) NW of Vallehermoso (pop: 3,300) –> See nearby quakes!
85 km (53 mi) NW of San Sebastian de La Gomera (Santa Cruz de Tenerife) (pop: 8,960) –> See nearby quakes!
122 km (76 mi) WNW of Arona (pop: 78,600) –> See nearby quakes!
153 km (95 mi) W of Tenerife (pop: 222,400) –> See nearby quakes!
240 km (149 mi) WNW of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (pop: 381,800) –> See nearby quakes!

Weather at epicenter at time of quake:
Broken Clouds  17.3°C (63 F), humidity: 60%, wind: 6 m/s (12 kts) from N

Primary data source: IGN (Instituto Geográfico Nacional)
Estimated released energy: 1.8 x 1011 joules (49.4 megawatt hours, equivalent to 42.5 tons of TNT) More info

500 km
500 mi
Leaflet | Map data: © Google Maps
[smaller] [bigger]
If you felt this quake (or if you were near the epicenter), please share your experience and submit a short “I felt it” report! Other users would love to hear about it!
If you did NOT feel the quake although you were in the area, please report it! Your contribution is valuable to earthquake science, seismic hazard analysis and mitigation efforts. You can use your device location or the map to indicate where you were during the earthquake. Thank you!

Data for the same earthquake reported by different agencies

Info: The more agencies report about the same quake and post similar data, the more confidence you can have in the data. It takes normally up to a few hours until earthquake parameters are calculated with near-optimum precision.
Mag. Depth Location Source
4.3 33 km Spain: SW VILLA DE MAZO.ILP IGN
4.3 30 km CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION EMSC

User reports for this quake (33)

spacer

USA Defense Line
USA Defense Line6 hours ago
Videos: https://youtu.be/CZ_aKg2hU_k Terrible Explosion (Nov. 06, 2021):
Terrible Explosion La Palma Volcano Causes Sinks Tsunami
spacer

Tsunami Warning (Nov. 06, 2021): Terrible Explosion of La Palma Volcano Causes Massive Tsunami

 This is presented here as occurring on Nov 6, but the on the video they say Thursday, Nov 4.  I am not sure this video relates to the earthquake 4.3 today.   But, in the video they say the earthquake they are referencing was originally reported as a 4.8 and downgraded to a 4.2.  One more example of the fact that they downgrade these quakes.

Tsunami Warning (Nov.06, 2021): Terrible Explosion of La Palma Volcano Causes Massive Tsunami An earthquake of magnitude 4.8 occurred only 10 minutes ago 15 km southeast of Los Llanos de Aridane, Spain, Spain’s Instituto Geográfico Nacional (IGN) reported. #CanaryIsland #LaPalma #Volcano #Dicovery

spacer

UPDATE: 11/06/2021; 4:48:58 PM

spacer

Nov 6, 2021

spacer

Volcanic eruption La Palma – huge eruption – hundreds of meters high lava fountain

At the volcano on La Palma there was a huge eruption on the evening of 06.11.2021. The lava fountain was several hundred meters high. Sources: https://rtvc.es/

spacer

Nov 6, 2021

Although the washes have been apparently immobile for days, they are still a threat; and it is that, inside, they continue to feed on the lava that emanates from the volcano through the lava tubes: it can be seen in the smoke that appears between the immense black mass that has buried houses on the island of La Palma.  Malaga 24 hours news live TV live Spanish television free Live news from the World, last minute, Spain, Andalusia, and Malaga. Free Online Broadcast Direct from Malaga 24 Hours news.

spacer

UPDATE: 11/06/2021;2:12:51 PM

spacer

Judge for yourself where the truth lies.  The following video clearly pan from the Cogote Mountain volcanic activity to the Cumbre Vieja/Jedey volcanic activity.  Will you believe your eyes, or their lies??

spacer

REMEMBER THE OLD EXPRESSION “Where there is SMOKE there is FIRE!”

spacer

spacer

All that BLACK SMOKE paired with all the UPLIFT of the ground going on does not bode well.   We may very likely see a great explosion!  The seismic activity is up.  All these signs point to an influx of MAGMA!

Nov 6, 2021

spacer

La Palma, Canary Islands: eruption Sep 2021 – updates

Updated: Nov 6, 2021 15:19 GMT – 3 hours 22 minutes ago

spacer

UPDATE: 11/05/2021; 11:07:03 PM

Nov 5, 2021

Hello, I’m a Bushcraft Bear and share the latest information about the current volcanic eruption on the island of la palma in my videos. If you would like to support my YouTube channel, you are welcome to do so here:

UPDATE: 11/05/2021; 9:19:01 PM

spacer

spacer

Some Collaboration for NY PREPPER:

@LetUsUniteHere

Really thinking it is a new small vent…heard all the “nay say” but it does looks suspicious. Great finds from

Guess we see what tomorrow brings!

Image

Image

UPDATE: 11/05/2021; 4:15:05 PM

spacer

Nov 5, 2021

spacer

spacer

spacer

https://twitter.com/involcan/status/1456699873164734469/photo/1

INVOLCAN
@involcan

Elemental sulfur deposits appear for the first time. A reaction with H2S to form sulfur, would imply that the magmatic component of the gas is lowering and increasing the emission of H2S. This fact does NOT imply an end to the eruption, but a clear change in its dynamics.

Image

spacer

s

UPDATE: 11/05/2021; 2:40:48 PM

spacer

There is significant rise in deformation, in Sulfure Dioxide and Carbon Dioxide, and tremors are on the rise again. The ash and lava flow remain active.  These all point to the fact that MAGMA is arriving from beneath.  

La Palma volcano update: Activity slows down while ground deformation and gas emissions pick up

Fri, 5 Nov 2021, 17:26

17:26 PM | BY: T

Ash emission from La Palma's active crater today (image: Canarias TV webcam)

Ash emission from La Palma’s active crater today (image: Canarias TV webcam)

Current seismic signal at La Palma's TBT station (image: IGN)

Current seismic signal at La Palma’s TBT station (image: IGN)

Ground deformation at LP03 station (image: IGN)

Ground deformation at LP03 station (image: IGN)

Both the visible eruptive activity at the vent and the lava flows as well as internal seismic activity have been lower today overall. Ash emissions are more intermittent and less intense since the marked drop in volcanic tremor yesterday.
This morning, the ash plume reached 8,000 ft (2.4 km) altitude, but it has no longer been continuous. The lava flows remain active. So far, they have covered an area of ​​nearly 10 square kilometers and destroyed 2581 houses according to official sources.
While this might look as if the peak of the eruption is over and it might be in a phase of dying down slowly, tremor remains significant, and even has been increasing again in the past 6 hours. In addition, ground deformation has again been showing a trend of uplift, now totaling approx. 13-14 cm, suggesting that more magma is being stored at depth than what is being erupted.
Sulfur dioxide (SO2) and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions have risenalso, to 29,000 tons per day and 1,850 tons per day, respectively. This increase fits with the model of more magma arriving at depth.

Previous news

spacer

UPDATE: 11/05/2021; 2:26:13 PM

spacer

Even if they can get to it, and have the strength and the manpower to MOVE IT,  WHERE WOULD THEY PUT IT?

Canary Islands volcano still erupting, ash worries locals

Six weeks after a volcano erupted on the Spanish island of La Palma, vast amounts of ash and lava continued to cover buildings and farmland.

Spain’s military emergency unit (UME) and ground army were working in the exclusion area, removing ash from the roofs of buildings.

According to emergency officials, some lava flows reached a height of 40 meters (over 130 feet) as strong magma overflows from the previous days didn’t advance much.

Flows of molten rock from the Cumbre Vieja volcano itself have caused the evacuations of about 7,500 people and destroyed more than 2,500 buildings, mostly homes.

The rivers of lava cover over 970 hectares of mostly farmland.

Other than in an area on the island’s western side, life continues as normal for La Palma’s 85,000 residents except for having to clean up volcanic ashes.

Source: Euro News

spacer

Expert warns that rain could ‘knock down’ buildings on La Palma

Expert warns that rain could “knock down” buildings on La Palma
Credit: Involcan

Expert warns that rain in October could “knock down” buildings on La Palma.

A volcanologist has issued warnings regarding the danger of rain in the future. According to the expert when rain mixes with the volcanic ash which has accumulated it could “knock down” buildings.

David Calvo is the spokesman for the Volcanological Institute of the Canary Islands (Involcal). On Tuesday he explained that rain is expected on La Palma in October. The authorities need to plan now for how to deal with ash that was already fallen.

Calvo explained that due to the volume of ash that has fallen cars will be unable to pass in some areas and will run aground. He highlighted that when rain falls the ash will become tremendously heavy. The expert said this could even “topple” buildings.

The volcanologist has said it is necessary to clean evacuated areas thoroughly. This includes entrances to houses as ash is covering everything.

Since the volcano erupted, ash has covered more than 1,300 hectares, according to the European Copernicus Earth observation satellite system.

Ash is dangerous to health too and can damage the respiratory tract. Many airlines have cancelled flights both to and from La Palma due to the amount of ash from the volcano.

As reported by 20 minutes, “to facilitate the work of the emergency services working on the eruption, the Cabildo of La Palma has reinforced the clearing of ash from roads and evacuation routes, a task in which the island’s town councils are collaborating, as well as the councils of Gran Canaria and Tenerife, which have sent snowploughs.”

spacer

UPDATE: 11/05/2021; 1:16:36 PM

Looks like the winter rains have begun to move into La Palma.  This will be disastrous for those homes and plant life in the area that remains covered in ash.  All the ash will become like cement!

Nov 5, 2021

spacer

All these beautiful trees could be destroyed!

spacer

spacer

La Palma Volcano Dumps Major Shower of Ash on Island

TO WATCH THIS VIDEO ON THE YAHOO SITE:CLICK HERE

The Cumbre Vieja volcano on the Spanish island of La Palma dumped a major shower of fine volcanic ash on Wednesday, November 3, according to the Institute of Natural Products and Agrobiology-Superior Council of Scientific Investigations (IPNACSIC).

This video by the IPNACSIC shows trees poking above ash on La Palma. The IPNACSIC said the ash “leaves a bleak panorama in large areas of the Canarian pine forest located in the vicinity of the crater.”

By November 2, the lava flow covered 997.9 hectares (approximately 3.85 square miles), according to the European Union’s Copernicus satellite program. New beaches formed from the growing lava deltas, IPNACISC said. Credit: IPNACSIC via Storyful

spacer

UPDATE: 11/05/2021; 12:37:32 PM

spacer

I wondered why they were spending so much time and money (bringing in volunteers and military) to clear the rooftops of homes that were nearly completely covered anyway.  Well today, I learned the reason.  TO AVOID LANDSLIDES… Makes good sense!

Improves air quality on La Palma I BRAND

Nov 4, 2021
Air quality indicators give a truce. It improves the quality, less expulsion of sulfur dioxide, it is noticeable in the plume and it is noticeable simply when leaving the house. And we have to thank the trade winds that have cleared the sky of La Palma. But the fight is still against the ash, each with what he can. The forecasts speak of rain and the work to clear roofs has been tough. Intense work. If you look at the rooftops of the exclusion zones, they are clean to avoid landslides. A few days ago they were all gray. Because there are areas where houses have to be dug up directly. Like Ramón’s. A fight with shovels and fingers crossed that the sky does not also bring water. Subscribe to the Marca channel to not miss more videos HERE:

spacer

UPDATE: 11/05/202110:56:19 AM

spacer

Day 48: Sunrise at the La Palma Volcano, Canary Islands

Nov 5, 2021

spacer

Apparently, the videos shared by Hal Turner and Off Grid Prepper were inaccurate.  There are not other volcanos activated.  I have to say that I appreciate how easy it is to get the information wrong when they keep us in the dark with no english subtitiles or translations.   It is hard to put together a true picture of what is going on in La Palma from over here in the US based solely on visuals and online translators.  

NO ONE out here trying to share the truth is out to scare people!  That is truly not our intent.  Just to give folks a fighting chance in the case of a true catastrophe.  We aim to warn people at the earliest possible moment.

spacer

iRocwhat you see in those “second eruption” videos is nothing more than a fissure of an Lava tube.

Pepe Cuevas placeholder image

what lost in translation can be harmful and misleading

Granny GearI see Pepe Cuevas! TKS.

Lopsided Impractical Moose@Granny Gear Always good to check information, wish those channels did the same 👍

Ron Roskamon windy is one cam wrong

Just VinHaha, funnily enough I’m allowed to tell you something about the A303 that I has been declassified lol

Pepe Cuevas placeholder image

my main goal here is making this chat bilingual, now this is one of the reasons too

Granny GearGoing to try and find that link and go back and tell them they mistranslated it. But maybe it won’t do any good….waste of time…

Jacob Foster[message deleted]

Roy C[message deleted]

Pepe Cuevas placeholder image

@Granny Gear they did already

Pepe Cuevas

@Paul Winter i reported it to youtube, is not even a new volcano

Carlos B

!tsu

ZedFalse news @Paul Winter stemming from the translation screw up from original post, I bet, some people just want clicks yeah

Paul WinterDominique .. yes sure … had me in the net to be honest
spacer

Paul WinterDominique … item reported
​spacer

UPDATE: 11/05/2021; 10:06:19 AM

spacer

I don’t know if this is truly a current pic.  They do not state anywhere on these videos if they are truly live or old vids from live views.

spacer

RT    RUSSIAN TV!
Streamed live 8 hours ago
Exclusive Video Courtesy of TV Canaria #news #trending #currentevents
Chronic Tim
I hear that 🐓 is still crowing every morning, but starting to sound rough. But hey, he’s still on the job, even if the 🌋 is trying to block his view.
spacer

Nov 5, 2021

spacer
Technohippie
this volcano has power and endurance!! the locals there say they havent seen it like this in over 5 centuries, im just happy they got everyone out safely so we can enjoy the beauty of this amazing creation….much ❤ to yall please take care of each other, its quite a roller coaster ride for us all ❤😎😘😘🎸🎶
Strong Believer of the Holy Bible
Acts 2:38 and be saved!!! Lord Jesus Christ is coming soon 🙏🏼❤️🕊Repent, believe in the Gospel, Be Born Again
canadian
amen–this is going to get worse,, more volcaneo,s around the world are going to start to go off =repent and get saved
So Cal Connection
Could split in half much worse than predicted
Susan Nell
I think it’s clogged….The last bigger EQ came from 35 -40 kms.There were only 58 EQ above a 2 .Tazacorte is a Low lying area. If the Volcano continues from what I’ve read and fills that area they could have a major landslide.
platin heart
Ohoooo.if….you.re right..😱.All the others didn.t expect…?! 😇
Eccc
So why are they going into great depths saying the second and third are lies???
There seems to be some major deception going on.. They’re in damage control

spacer

WOW… This is all I can get anywhere today!!  Unbelievable.  It tells us nothing.

Friday, November 5, 2021 14:03 GMT (31 earthquakes)  Largest a 4.5 @ 11:05 pm

Streamed live 4 hours ago

from Las Manchas ———————————————– ——————- ▶️ More news at:

spacer

UPDATE: 11/05/2021; 2:08:01 AM

spacer

Even the little tiny bit they are showing us is pretty bad folks.  That thick DARK SMOKE rising up from the vent is a bad sign!  It means there is a lot of magma building up.  

They are hiding more than you want to believe.  They are manipulating this entire event and they do not want any video evidence.  

spacer

Weather Manipulation… La Palma Volcano??? (bitchute.com)

TruthBTold18

October 1st, 2021.

TO WATCH THIS VIDEO ON BITCHUTE:CLICK HERE

spacer

🚨 LA PALMA VOLCANO 🌋 WEATHER WARFARE FREQUENCY SIGNATURE CAUGHT ON RADAR

Pls. disregard up to 5 Thumbs down 👎 due to MorgellonsLive Trolling my account w/ multiple alias accounts; which is why I had to turn off comment section. Sorry! See below video for facts on this Trolling Hack. MorgellonsLive Channel is stalking my account thumbing down all my videos w/ her following identified alias BitChute Accts: MorgellonsLive (Has One 👁 Eye User Image), MichelleX (X=CUBE, Pyramid, Satan), WildThings and HeartFollowers (Satan is after our Hearts)! She has created multiple unwarranted hit pieces on folks; including me creating a completely fabricated false narrative; while never sharing Jesus / Salvation in Christ in any of her videos. I explain all the facts here: https://www.bitchute.com/video/xW4Tdnstpa6u/

TO WATCH THIS VIDEO ON BITCHUTE:CLICK HERE

spacer

LA PALMA ERUPTION AND TSUNAMI THREAT: LESSONS FROM OPERATION BLACKJACK, I, PET GOAT II, AND BTTF

TheologyEd  / September 25th, 2021.

channel image

0:00 Blackjack and Telegraph

3:31 IPG2, 911, and La Palma
5:13 Pietà scene 911
7:04 2021 calendar and La Palma
10:28 Tsunami in Sagittarius 2021?
14:32 Tsunami a simultaneous attack multiple targets
15:32 Why take Operation Blackjack seriously?
22:05 Operation Black Jack
Operation Black Jack Full Slide Show Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uvd91OU_Jbo

TO WATCH THIS VIDEO ON BITCHUTE: CLICK HERE

spacer

PREDICTIVE PROGRAMMING “SECRET FILES 2” (2009 GAME) LA PALMA VOLCANO CUMBRE VIEJA MEGA TSUNAMI NYC

channel image

Marnos

October 25th, 2021.

A Current Conspiracy ACC
https://www.bitchute.com/video/Gplgy364rP84/

TO WATCH THIS VIDEO ON BITCHUTE:CLICK HERE

spacer

UPDATE: 11/04/2021; 11:12:51 PM

spacer

INVOLCAN
@involcan

Eruption from the Refugio del Pilar, at 1:00 p.m. canarian time / Eruption from the
Refugio del Pilar, at 1:00 p.m. canarian time

spacer

spacer

BREAKING NEWS: THIRD ERUPTION BEGINS ON LAPALMA

 
BREAKING NEWS: THIRD ERUPTION BEGINS ON LA PALMA

Earlier today, this website reported a second eruption had begun on the island of LaPalma in the Canary Islands; tonight we can report a THIRD eruption has now begun, THREE MILES northeast of the largest (and initial) eruption.

This third eruption is taking place at Refugio del Pilar as shown on the map below:

Video of this third eruption is now available from the official government entity on the Canary Islands which tracks volcanos, called INVOLCAN.  Here is their video:

spacer

spacer

This marks a very dramatic escalation in the situation on LaPalma, and fits with information we have been reporting that the island was showing dramatic lift along it’s northern quarter, and that a massive amount of Magma was coming up from underground. (Story HERE)

In that story linked just above, we reported that a Government Geologist claimed a Magnitude 5.0 earthquake on the island on Saturday was the largest earthquake in FIFTY YEARS and he believed it was due to enormous magma intrusion coming up from earth’s mantle.  He came to this conclusion on Sunday, when LaPalma encountered its SECOND Magnitude 5.0 earthquake that day . . . just one day after its first 5.0 quake.

The Geologist explained that it took 6 weeks of eruption before the first Magnitude 5 quake, but only 24 hours to have ANOTHER 5.0 quake.  He said he believed that the amount of magma coming up was so gigantic, it could cause the island to . . .  explode. (Story continues beneath Ads)

This morning, this web site reported on a new (second) eruption, about 1 mile from the large, ongoing, eruption.  A new eruption gives credence to the government geologist belief that enormous magma was coming up.

Tonight, we can report that a THIRD eruption, three to four MILES northeast of the original, erupting volcano, is now also spewing, which backs what the Government Geologist told us, and which we reported to you.

Whether or not LaPalma explodes, there is an unstable landmass on the southwest flank of that island, which slid 13 feet down toward the ocean in a 1949 eruption.   It slid, then stopped.

If that unstable landmass slides into the ocean, scientists say it could generate an Atlantic-wide tsunami that would reach the east coast of north America 7 to 8 hours later, inundating every major city along the east coast.

Life as we know it, would be changed forever as all those cities were wiped out.

People living on the east coast are URGED to have an evacuation plan, have a “go-bag” for each family member with clothes, some food, and other things already packed, so if the landslide happens, you can “bug-out” to a safe location.

It is not known if there would be ANY government warnings of the inbound tsunami, and if there are, try to imagine tens-of-millions of people trying to flee for their lives.  If you think “rush hour” is bad with just the people going to or from work, amplify that 100 times or more when EVERYONE is trying to flee.

Roads would become blocked almost immediately, and panicked people might literally go “Mad Max” trying to get away.

If you wait until a government warning comes out, then YOU will be with all those panicked people, stuck on highways due to traffic.  That’s why you must monitor the situation closely and if you hear that a landslide has taken place, you need to get out right away.

You need to go BEFORE the masses (who never plan for anything) are told to flee, and they screw up everything.

The situation on LaPalma is getting very much worse.  Monitor the situation and have an evacuation plan.  Know where you will go and how you intend to get there.  Have an alternate route planned in case your primary route is blocked.   Have cash money . . . if the banks in New York City get wiped out by a tsunami, you may not be able to use your credit or debit cards because the banks won’t exist to approve the charges.  So cash will be king.   Have some.

More info as we get it . . . .

spacer

UPDATE: 11/04/2021; 10:41:45 PM

Nov 4, 2021 11:05 pm (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 23:05 GMT)
4 hours ago
4.5

35 km

La Palma Island, 16 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 45 reports

UPDATE: 11/04/2021; 6:52:27 PM

spacer

spacer

Nov 4, 2021

spacer

SCHEDULED TO START AT 7:00PM

LA PALMA UPDATE!!

Scheduled for Nov 4, 2021

spacer

I am glad I was not the only one who saw the demon in this shot.  

spacer

spacer

UPDATE: 11/04/2021: 4:43:29 PM

spacer

spacer

109 quakes reported so far today

Streamed live 112 minutes ago

THERE HAS BEEN A SECOND VOLCANO THAT HAS STARTED TO ERUPT ON LA PALMA APPROX 1 MILE AWAY FROM THE MAIN CONE. ACTIVITY CONTINUES WITH NO END IN SITE, EARTHQUAKES HAVE ALSO INCREASED IN THE LAST 12 HRS, THIS ERUPTION IS FAR FROM OVER. SECOND ERUPTION BEGINS ON LAPALMA: COGOTE MOUNTAIN https://halturnerradioshow.com/index…. Fears Island “May Explode” — Serious Ground Deformation, Large Area of Northern LaPalma Island

spacer

spacer

SECOND ERUPTION BEGINS ON LAPALMA: COGOTE MOUNTAIN

A second volcanic eruption has begun on the island of LaPalma, Canary Islands, Atlantic Ocean, off the northwest coast of Africa.   Cogote Mountain, the site of a smaller fissure decades ago, is now erupting.

The satellite image below shows Cogote Mountain in relation to the other, ongoing, eruption of the Cumbre Viejo volcano.  They are significantly separated by about a full MILE:

The new eruption is separated from the ongoing eruption by one MILE, so this is not some new “vent” – it seems to be its own eruption:

Video of the new eruption site has been posted to social media by the Canary Islands government:

spacer

spacer

Apparently, people on the island are also experiencing activity on the EAST SIDE of the ISLAND!  

spacer

GutnTog
GutnTog18 hours ago (edited)

Again earthquake measured at 3.6They last 2-3 seconds, super brief. And all are centered at same location on the eastside of the island, some 10-15 km from volcano,close to the airport. Why there?…maybe another volcano is going to erupt at Villa de Mazo? Many people on La Palma have sleepless nights and I feel sorry for them. A local girl at coffee shop confessed that she can not sleep at night. As all these strong earthquakes take place at night like around 3 am, 5,50 am and 7,20 am.

Mikko Heikkinen
This article and especially figure 8 show why the earthquakes appear in different place than where the eruption is. There is most likely a stalled magmatic intrusion in a depth of 30 kilometers and the magma that rises up makes a curve there before entering the “pipe” from which it rises towards the surface. So the pressure of fresh magma pushes the already hardened junk of magma and that causes the earthquakes. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-021-82292-3

spacer

UPDATE: 11/04/2021; 11:20:04 AM

Started streaming 61 minutes ago
“It is still early to anticipate the end,”said Ithaiza Domínguez, an IGN seismologist, who emphasizes that both the volcanic tremor and the emission of sulfur dioxide (SO2) “have fallen to values ​​in mid-October with the eruption of La More stable palm “. Regarding the statement made by his colleague Carmen López, spokesperson for the scientific committee of the Canary Islands Volcanic Emergency Plan (Pevolca), that there are “positive signs” due to the remission of these values, Domínguez insists that they are, but because activity decreases compared to the last ten days, when it “increased enormously.”#LaPalma #Volcan #OldSummer

spacer

Nov 4, 2021
The emission centers are still active. La Palma has spent another night lit red, with lava circulating over old lava flows. Some values ​​seemed to give positive signals. The tremor, for example, the vibration of the volcano, takes two days of descent, but nothing comparable with that day when the volcano stopped for a few hours. If you look at the sulfur dioxide in the plume, it had been going down for a week but it was coming off the highest peak to date. Today, those hopes seem to be fading. Subscribe to the Marca channel not to miss more videos HERE:

spacer

Streamed live 3 hours ago

from Todoque ———————————————— —————— ▶️ More news at: https://rtvc.es/noticias-de-radio-tel… 🔷 Subscribe to Televisión Canaria on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTQr…

spacer

spacer

La Palma, Canary Islands: eruption Sep 2021 – updates

Updated: Nov 4, 2021 16:12 GMT – 104 seconds ago

Activity continues with little changes, weak increase in tremor

Update Thu 04 Nov 2021 09:16

Activity at the vent of La Palma's eruption this morning (image: Canarias TV live webcam)

Activity at the vent of La Palma’s eruption this morning (image: Canarias TV live webcam)

Current tremor amplitude past 7 days (IGN)

Current tremor amplitude past 7 days (IGN)

Current seismic signal TBT station since yesterday (image: IGN)

Current seismic signal TBT station since yesterday (image: IGN)

The eruption continues with no significant changes in observed and measured parameters.
At the cone, several vents remain active with near-continuous pulsating ash-rich lava fountains, as well as intermittent stronger explosions, generating an ash plume rising approx. 2 km today. Most of the erupted lava is directly entering the lava tube system from the lower vents.
Volcanic tremor has increased again compared to yesterday, but still remains lower than the average of the past weeks. Whether its amplitude corresponds to the lava output rate is in parts speculation; visually, the latter seems to be reduced at the moment.
The lava flows did not advance significantly over the past 24 hours, with nearly all activity occurring along the southern margins of the active flow field.
Trade winds today are carrying the ash plume, approx. 2 km high, towards the SW over the ocean, which is good for the airport on the east side to be operational.
Earthquakes:
During the past 24 hours, 119 quakes of magnitudes from 2.3 up to 3.7 maximumhave been registered under the volcano as of this update. Larger ones have been absent since the 5.1 event yesterday morning, but this can of course change again quickly.

spacer

Nov 4, 2021

Wonderful view over the volcano from Tajuya. Great weather. Situation is getting better. Conditions in the area improved. November 4, 2021. La Palma. #LaPalma #CumbreVieja #CanaryIslands

spacer

Nov 4, 2021

The TVE program “La Hora de La 1” interviews Rosa María Mateos, a geologist at the Geological and Mining Institute of Spain. The eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano, on the Canary Island of La Palma, is on its 45th day of activity with some “positive signs”, such as the decrease in volcanic tremor and sulfur dioxide, which make scientists think that the The end of the eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano on La Palma is closer, although the phenomenon continues and worries about the worsening of air quality. However, experts insist that you have to wait at least 5 days to see if the good news is confirmed. #The Palm #Ash #RashLaPalma #Earthquake #Seism #VolcanoLaPalma #Volcano #Eruption #OldSummer #Canary Islands #The plains #Tazacorte #Wash #Magma #Wash #Earthquakes #coronavirus # covid19 #news #LiveNews #StreamingNews #Spain #spanishnews👉👉 More news:

spacer

Nov 4, 2021

The La Palma authorities are restricting the use of the LP-211 highway that allows access to Puerto Naos and are evaluating alternative routes due to the proximity of the volcano stream located further south, which threatens traffic on this road. This is reflected in the last report of the Department of National Security (DSN) of eight in the morning of this Thursday, peninsular time, which indicates that the volcanic tremor has registered a notable decrease in the last hours and the values ​​of sulfur dioxide and carbon dioxide, despite which “remain high.” According to the DSN, the levels of activity visible in the cone of the volcano “are highly variable, with occasional pulses of high rate of lava emission” heading westward.

spacer

Oct 4, 2021

The Cumbre Vieja volcano continues to erupt,and, according to some experts, it will continue for at least one more month.Although the volcano’s explosiveness is still very high, some parameters are more favorable. The volume of carbon dioxide and sulfur has decreased, however, the seismic activity does not stop. The island has suffered 130 earthquakes in the last 24 hours. Malaga 24 hours news live TV live free Spanish television Live news from the World, last minute, Spain, Andalusia, and Malaga. Free Online Broadcast Direct from Malaga 24 Hours news. Your news channel on DTT and internet and fiber optic operators. Live information of Malaga, Andalucia, Spain and the world. Your news channel on DVB, internet and optic fiber operators. Live streaming www.malaga24h.com

spacer

Nov 4, 2021

Hello, I’m a Bushcraft Bear and share the latest information about the current volcanic eruption on the island of la palma in my videos. If you would like to support my YouTube channel, you are welcome to do so here:

spacer

Nov 4, 2021

Wednesday, November 3. We are talking about earthquakes, lava flows, ash cloud…. We will collect all the data that you have provided from PEVOLCA. The seismic activity remains in the same areas and depths, with a magnitude 5 earthquake in the early morning. As for the washes, we put them with the official numbers so that they can be identified. The only one that has advanced in the last hours is wash 11, about 150 meters. Flows 3 and 9 continue to receive material input and in the rest, the “filling” is basically being produced in some “islands” that were left without receiving lava. Hence, the affected area is 981 hectares (4 hectares more than yesterday). air quality continues to show unfavorable levels. The ash cloud has turned to the south and that favors air operation.

spacer

UPDATE: 11/03/2021; 1:28:24 AM

While there have been posts telling people that the Situation may be coming to an end, the facts point in the opposite direction!  In fact there are reports that the Situation has shown signs that the Island may be about to EXPLODE!!

spacer

spacer

A very large section of the island of LaPalma, in the Canary Islands, Atlantic Ocean, off the northwest coast of Africa, is showing very significant swelling: 20 CM in the pas day alone, giving rise to one Geologists belief that such enormous magma is moving upwards, the entire island __MAY__ explode.

Over this past weekend, the island of LaPalms experienced it’s first Magnitude 5.0 earthquake in fifty years.  Largest quake in FIFTY years!   Then, on Sunday . . .  just 24 hours later, the island suffered ANOTHER Magnitude 5.0 quake.

One geologist, who works for a government (I won’t say which gov’t) told me on Sunday afternoon “It took 6 weeks of eruption before the island got it’s 5.0 earthquake.  Then, afterwards, it only took 24 HOURS to build up enough underground pressure, to give the island ANOTHER 5.0 quake.”

I asked the Geologist why he thought this was important, and he replied “I think that magma is moving up from earth’s Mantle, in such enormous amounts, that the island of LaPalma could actually explode from it.”

I was shocked at such a possibility and asked him when?  He replied “It’s only a remote possibility, and it is highly UNLIKELY, but I think it __could__ happen within the next 48 hours or so.”    He went on to say, “What you need to watch for, is widespread ground deformation.  THAT will be the sign that so much magma is moving up so fast, the island (and erupting volcano) can’t handle it all.   If you see widespread ground deformation, I think that will be the sign that the island is lost.”

Now, it is important for me to point out to readers that this is ONE man’s view.   And he went to great lengths to tell me it is “UNLIKELY” and “a very REMOTE possibility.”  Yet, what struck me was the fact that he told me this at all.

Scientists are not given to wild, unsubstantiated, claims.  To make such claims would destroy their careers and professional reputations; they’d be ruined.  Yet, this Geologist told me these things.

I passed this information along to listeners to my radio show on Monday, and again on Tuesday.

Today, Wednesday, November 3, 2021, I looked at the National Geographic Institute of Spain to see what the ground deformation of LaPalma looked like.  I was shocked.

Below is the official Ground Deformation report for LaPalma from yesterday, November 2.  It shows the entire northern quarter of the island is now showing widespread ground deformation . . . uplift . . . the red is 20cm, the yellow is 10-15 cm.

This seems to ME to be the exact type of widespread land changes the geologist told me to watch for.  Here’s the official government report map:

QUAKES GETTING MORE SHALLOW

In the meantime, earthquakes on the island continue to become more SHALLOW . . . closer to the surface:

Magnitude: ML 3.6
Region: CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION
Date time: 2021-11-04 02:11:24.5 UTC
Location: 28.56 N ; 17.84 W
Depth: 9 km

Direct link HERE

And here:

Source: halturnerradioshow.com

Spread the love
spacer

LaPalma: 20 Minute Duration Earthquake

LaPalma: 20 Minute Duration Earthquake

An earthquake struck the island of LaPalma in the Canary Islands this morning, and the shaking lasted . . . . 20 MINUTES!

Below is the LaPalma Seismograph showing the 20 minute quake, but the readings are obfuscated by all the local volcano eruption noise, so below is ANOTHER seismo reading from nearby LaGomera island, without so much volcano noise (from LaPalma) and you can clearly see the 20 minute quake which took place on LaPalma, on its readings:

Here’s the report from nearby LaGomera island, in the same Canary Islands, showing the 20 minute LaPalma quake much more clearly (less volcano noise) from the Canary Islands Government:

spacer

UPDATE: 11/03/2021; 12:55:40 AM

spacer

The ash and pyroclaststhat a volcano emits are initially neutral (without electrical charge), but the friction between them in a certainly hostile environment (fiery) causes the release of ions within the volcanic plume.

Only when this happens, that is, when the volcanic cloud has differences in electrical charges, volcanic lightning is produced.

Consequences and curiosities of volcanic lightning

An important consequence of these thunderstorms is that they can affect communications: lightning can interfere and have a negative impact on aviation.

Likewise, radio communications would be affected both in the air and at nearby airportsA study carried out by Stephen R. McNutt and Earle R. Williams, from the Alaska Geophysical Institute and the Massachusetts Institute respectively, confirm that “lightning and electrification in volcanoes are important because they represent a danger in themselves.      
SOURCE

spacer

spacer

And here is the Lightning Strike that was captured by Bushcraft Bear last night, when he said he had seen more than one strike.

spacer

Although earthquake magnitude is one factor that affects tsunami generation, there are other important factors to consider. The earthquake must be a shallow marine event that displaces the seafloor. Thrust earthquakes (as opposed to strike slip) are far more likely to generate tsunamis, but small tsunamis have occurred in a few cases from large (i.e., > M8) strike-slip earthquakes.

Note the following general guidelines based on historical observations and in accordance with procedures of the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center.

Magnitudes below 6.5

Earthquakes of this magnitude are very unlikely to trigger a tsunami.

Magnitudes between 6.5 and 7.5

Earthquakes of this size do not usually produce destructive tsunamis. However, small sea level changes might be observed in the vicinity of the epicenter. Tsunamis capable of producing damage or casualties are rare in this magnitude range but have occurred due to secondary effects such as landslides or submarine slumps.

Magnitudes between 7.6 and 7.8

Earthquakes of this size might produce destructive tsunamis, especially near the epicenter. At greater distances, small sea level changes might be observed. Tsunamis capable of producing damage at great distances are rare in the magnitude range.

Magnitude 7.9 and greater

Destructive local tsunamis are possible near the epicenter, and significant sea level changes and damage might occur in a broader region. Note that with a magnitude 9.0 earthquake, there is a possibility of an aftershock of magnitude 7.5 or greater.

Keep in mind that this particular situation is complicated by the geological structure of the island, the fault line and the rift or tear caused by previous eruptions/earthquakes.  So, the it may take much less in this case to cause the island to split and a large portion fall off into the ocean.  If you have not seen the videos predicting this possibility, you need to watch them. 

It does not look to me like the volcano is getting ready to end  The earthquakes are still very  frequent and as you can see below, so far today, they are all very shallow!

spacer

Date and time Mag
Depth
Location
Thursday, November 4, 2021 06:30 GMT (48 earthquakes)  ALREADY TODAY!
Nov 4, 2021 6:30 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 06:30 GMT)
6 minutes ago
3.6

11 km

CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION
I FELT IT
Nov 4, 2021 6:20 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 06:20 GMT)
15 minutes ago
3.0

11 km

Spain: N FUENCALIENTE DE LA PALMA.ILP
I FELT IT
Nov 4, 2021 6:05 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 06:05 GMT)
31 minutes ago
2.7

35 km

La Palma Island, 11 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 4, 2021 5:57 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 05:57 GMT)
38 minutes ago
3.4

14 km

La Palma Island, 11 km south of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 1 report
Nov 4, 2021 4:50 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 04:50 GMT)
57 minutes ago
2.5

11 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 4, 2021 4:49 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 04:49 GMT)
58 minutes ago
2.5

14 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 4, 2021 4:42 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 04:42 GMT)
1 hour 5 minutes ago
3.0

13 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 4, 2021 4:38 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 04:38 GMT)
1 hour 9 minutes ago
2.7

8 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 4, 2021 4:15 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 04:15 GMT)
1 hour 32 minutes ago
2.8

11 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 4, 2021 4:12 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 04:12 GMT)
1 hour 34 minutes ago
3.0

13 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 4, 2021 3:46 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 03:46 GMT)
2 hours 1 minutes ago
3.2

10 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 4, 2021 3:42 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 03:42 GMT)
2 hours 5 minutes ago
3.2

13 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 4, 2021 3:40 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 03:40 GMT)
2 hours 7 minutes ago
3.1

12 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 4, 2021 3:25 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 03:25 GMT)
2 hours 22 minutes ago
2.8

13 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 4, 2021 3:17 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 03:17 GMT)
2 hours 30 minutes ago
2.4

8 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 4, 2021 3:11 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 03:11 GMT)
2 hours 36 minutes ago
3.4

12 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 4, 2021 3:06 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 03:06 GMT)
2 hours 41 minutes ago
3.4

11 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 1 report
Nov 4, 2021 3:04 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 03:04 GMT)
2 hours 43 minutes ago
2.6

10 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llano
Nov 4, 2021 2:14 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 02:14 GMT)
2 hours 23 minutes ago
2.9

14 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 4, 2021 2:11 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 02:11 GMT)
2 hours 26 minutes ago
3.6

9 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 9 reports
Nov 4, 2021 2:02 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 02:02 GMT)
2 hours 35 minutes ago
2.5

10 km

La Palma Island, 11 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 4, 2021 1:53 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 01:53 GMT)
2 hours 44 minutes ago
2.7

10 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 4, 2021 1:46 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 01:46 GMT)
2 hours 51 minutes ago
2.9

11 km

La Palma Island, 12 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 4, 2021 1:37 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 01:37 GMT)
2 hours 60 minutes ago
2.5

9 km

La Palma Island, 12 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 4, 2021 1:31 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 01:31 GMT)
3 hours 5 minutes ago
2.6

11 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 4, 2021 12:59 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 00:59 GMT)
3 hours 38 minutes ago
2.6

14 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 4, 2021 12:58 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 00:58 GMT)
3 hours 39 minutes ago
3.2

10 km

La Palma Island, 12 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 4, 2021 12:49 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 00:49 GMT)
3 hours 47 minutes ago
2.7

13 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 4, 2021 12:48 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 00:48 GMT)
3 hours 48 minutes ago
2.4

9 km

La Palma Island, 10.5 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 4, 2021 12:44 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 00:44 GMT)
3 hours 53 minutes ago
2.7

14 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 4, 2021 12:41 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 00:41 GMT)
3 hours 55 minutes ago
2.8

11 km

La Palma Island, 11 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain1 report
Nov 4, 2021 12:24 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 00:24 GMT)
4 hours ago
2.4

10 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 4, 2021 12:23 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 00:23 GMT)
4 hours ago
2.5

15 km

Spain: NE FUENCALIENTE DE LA PALMA.IL
Nov 4, 2021 12:10 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 00:10 GMT)
4 hours ago
3.5

9 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 5 reports
Nov 4, 2021 12:05 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 00:05 GMT)
5 hours ago
2.8

15 km

La Palma Island, 15 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 4, 2021 12:00 am (GMT +0) (Nov 4, 2021 00:00 GMT)
5 hours ago
3.4

12 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 2 reports
Wednesday, November 3, 2021 23:55 GMT (67 earthquakes)

!

spacer

Nov 3, 2021

UPDATE: 11/03/2021: 11:04:53 PM

spacer

spacer

Nov 3, 2021

Hello, I’m a Bushcraft Bear and share the latest information about the current volcanic eruption on the island of la palma in my videos. If you would like to support my YouTube channel, you are welcome to do so here:

spacer

Nov 3, 2021

Some good news! Reporting about the eruption from Mirador de Tajuya in El Paso municipality, La Palma island, Canaries, Spain, on November 3, 2021.

spacer

UPDATE: 11/03/2021: 5:00:02 PM

THE VOLCANO ON LA PALMA CONTIUES TO ERUPT WITH NO END IN SIGHT, THIS IS THE 3RD 5.0 EARTHQUAKE SO FAR IN JUST A WEEK. THIS LATEST EARTHQUAKE LASTED 20 MINUTES WHICH IS UNHEARD OF, EVEN BUSHCRAFT BEAR WAS RATTLED BY IT. LaPalma: 20 Minute Duration Earthquake

spacer

La Palma volcano: Heavy ash forces residents inside | DW | 03.11.2021

Authorities on the Spanish island of La Palma asked residents who live near the erupting Cumbre Viejo volcano to stay inside on Wednesday because of falling ash.

More than 7,000 people have been evacuated since the volcano first erupted on September 19.

What do we know about the situation on La Palma?

Schools have been closed and all flights canceled because of the ash.

The regional government described the air quality this week on the island as “extremely unfavorable.”

La Palma, which is part of the Canary Islands off Africa’s northwest coast, has a population of about 85,000 people.

The eruption has damaged more than 2,000 buildings and covered hundreds of hectares with lava.

It’s unclear when the volcanic activity on the island will end — scientists have said the eruption could last up to three months.

No casualties have been reported so far.

spacer

Nov 3, 2021
After six weeks, the volcano remains unnamed. There have already been proposals. INVOLCAN proposed an aboriginal name. Although experts believe that it should be the palm trees who take care of this.

The volcano that erupted on September 19, 2021 on the island of La Palma is known as Cumbre Vieja because that is the name of the area where it is located, but it does not yet have an official name .

The Cumbre Vieja Natural Park was created in 1987 and covers the entire south-central part of the Canary Island. As the days passed, the volcano adopted the name of Cabeza de Vaca since it is the name of the exact area where the eruption point is located.

In general, these natural phenomena usually adopt the name of the place where they erupt. However, this time it seems that it will not. The volcano will not be called Cumbre Vieja or Cabeza de Vaca , but other options related to the culture and history of La Palma are being considered.

The names that the La Palma volcano could have

Jedey

The Canarian geologist Francisco García-Talavera has proposed the name of Jedey, a well-known Guanche warrior . In addition, this is how one of the areas closest to the eruption is called, which is located within the municipality of Los Llanos de Aridane.

If so called, it would be the fifth island volcano with a Guanche name , after Tacande (1430-1440), Tehuya (1585), Tigalate (1646) and Teneguía (1971).

Tajogaite

Another of the proposed names is Tajogaite, and there are already several Canarian media that are using it to refer to the volcano. It is the exact point where the first crack through which the magma emerged was located. A site that, according to the aboriginal language, means “cracked mountain .”

For now, there is no decision made. You have to wait to know the final name that the volcano will receive . Although at first the name “Cabeza de Vaca” was the most widespread, it has been losing weight over the days.

What is clear is that the name will take a long time to arrive . The underwater volcano of El Hierro, which erupted in October 2011 and lasted six months, was not named Tagoro until May 2016.

At 23:00 (Canarian time) on Tuesday, September 28, the lava from the La Palma volcano has reached the sea . It has done so on the coast of the town of Tazacorte, giving rise to an impressive deposit of more than 50 meters high.

spacer

UPDATE: 11/03/2021; 10:28:06 AM

spacer

Another Little Demon at La Palma   TVCanaria/ 11/3/21 Drone Flight

I was awake and watching last night when the 5.1 earthquake occurred.  It was very frustrating to me that I was unable to post it at the time.  Last night my access to the webpage was unavailable to me.  I guess they were working on it or perhaps it was hacked again and they were trying to restore it.  Anyway, that upset me because I realized that I might not be able to alert you when it counts the most, for one reason or another.  Believe me, I spend every available moment watching this situation and reporting it to you.  I care very much about what happens to you and your families.  Pray for me, please.  I know many of you are already praying for me, and I can’t even tell  you how much I appreciate your prayers.

spacer

LIGHT AND WATER SUPPLIES | 3D

213K subscribers

In the middle of this volcanic eruption there is an overwhelming image. In the middle of El Valle de Aridane, in the houses and streets that remain, there is no light, they are dark. The volcano has caused significant damage to basic supplies. According to data from Endesa, there are 2,377 affected clients. The lava has destroyed 65 electrical turrets and 86 km of low and medium voltage distribution cables. Even so, the houses and businesses that have not been evicted maintain the electricity supply. On the other hand, the volcano has cut off the tap to hundreds of homes and farms. Lava has destroyed the pipeline that supplied water to El Remo, Puerto Naos and La Bombilla. 2,500 people without water. Although, as we know, the area is vacated. 90% of the drinking water on La Palma is underground. The damage to the aquifers will have to be assessed.spacer

Nov 3, 2021

The National Geographic Institute has located this Wednesday on the island of La Palma a third earthquake of magnitude 5, the highest since a volcanic eruption began on September 19, and on all three occasions the hypocenter has been under the municipality of Mallet. The first of these seismic movements was located at 7.24 am on Saturday, October 30, at a depth of 35 kilometers and the second was in the evening, as it was felt around four in the afternoon on Sunday, October 31, at a depth of 45 kilometers and with the same intensity as the previous one. The third of these earthquakes was located at 7.27 on Wednesday, 35 kilometers deep and occurred three seconds after a 4.8 magnitude movement that took place 36 kilometers deep, also under the municipality of Mazo . Malaga 24 hours news live TV live free Spanish television Live news from the World, last minute, Spain, Andalusia, and Malaga. Free Online Broadcast Direct from Malaga 24 Hours news.Your news channel on DTT and internet and fiber optic operators. Live information of Malaga, Andalucia, Spain and the world. Your news channel on DVB, internet and optic fiber operators. Live streaming www.malaga24h.com
DO you see folks, that story above came from the Spanish NEWS Report.  It says that three seconds before the 5.1 which has been downgraded to a 5.0  occurred there was a 4.8 magnitude quake.  Do you see that listed on the Volcano Discovery Report.  NO.  There have been other quakes that have not be listed either.  And other quakes that have been downgraded without reason given.   I guess what I am saying is that we cannot trust the reporting of these events.  We must keep watch for ourselves, so we do not miss the important signs.  

spacer

134 quakes, show more)

spacer

Nov 3, 2021

spacer

Nov 3, 2021

spacer

La Palma, Canary Islands: eruption Sep 2021 – updates

Updated: Nov 3, 2021 15:26 GMT – 4 minutes ago

Ash fall deposits create increasing problems

Update Wed 03 Nov 2021 12:58

Street and cars covered in ash in Los Llanos de Ariadne (image: El Time)

Street and cars covered in ash in Los Llanos de Ariadne (image: El Time)

Ash fall in the Ariadne valley is increasingly a problem. More army personnel is called in to help remove the heavy load from roof and the streets before rains set in and make it much worse, as it will then form a natural cement-like mixture and increase its weight.
Source: El Valle reclama más Ejército “antes de que lleguen las lluvias” (El Time)

Lava flows advance along Camino Aniceto road

Update Wed 03 Nov 2021 12:51

Lava flows continue to advance today along the Camino Aniceto road:

Aerial video showing craters aligned in a row

Update Wed 03 Nov 2021 12:49

Aerial view of the erupting cone with several of its active or already inactive vents aligned (view is from the east)

Aerial view of the erupting cone with several of its active or already inactive vents aligned (view is from the east)

The government released a video of a drone overflight taken yesterday. It shows very nicely the configuration of the different vents aligned in a row on top of the original eruptive fissure:

Strongest-so-far quake at magnitude 5.1 at only 26 km depth under island

Update Wed 03 Nov 2021 07:50

Seismic trace of the magnitude 5.1 quake under La Palma this morning (image: IGN)

Seismic trace of the magnitude 5.1 quake under La Palma this morning (image: IGN)

This morning’s magnitude 5.1 event, which hit at 7.27 a.m., is the strongest-so-far tremor under the volcano since the seismic crisis followed by the ongoing eruption began in September.
It was felt all over the island, and if the depth is correct of only 26 km it deviates significantly from the depth layer around 35-40 km, which has been where other stronger quakes in the range of magnitudes 4.5-5 that have occurred so far.
This could be due to new magma intrusion into intermediate layers at this depth. It will be important to see whether it will be followed by an increase of lava activity in the near future (several hours from now possibly).

Tremor remains lower, but earthquakes pick up, magnitude 5.1 this morning

Update Wed 03 Nov 2021 07:36

View of the eruption on La Palma at dawn today (image: Canarias TV live stream)

View of the eruption on La Palma at dawn today (image: Canarias TV live stream)

Current tremor amplitude past 7 days (IGN)

Current tremor amplitude past 7 days (IGN)

Activity continues with ash emissions from the main vent and lava effusion from the lower one, feeding most of it into a tube system.
An active lava flow breakout is visible on the webcam in the upper part of the lava flow field, but it seems to remain on top of older flows.
Volcanic tremor has continued to drop a bit, suggesting less magma is currently rising and arriving as lava, but earthquakes seem to have picked up again somewhat. Just minutes ago, a strong quake, with a preliminary magnitude of 5.1 occurred at 26 km depth minutes ago, but these data might be corrected still.

spacer

UPDATE: 11/02/2021; 7:05:01 PM

spacer

 

Nov 2, 2021

UPDATE: 11/02/2021; 4:40:38 PM

spacer

First Hand view from Buschcraft and GuntnTag

Most folks are using blowers to move the ash!?!  That is not wise.  It just reintroduces the dust particles small enough to enter human airways and cause irritation and possible further complications. 

Nov 2, 2021

Hello, I’m a Bushcraft Bear and share the latest information about the current volcanic eruption on the island of la palma in my videos. If you would like to support my YouTube channel, you are welcome to do so here:

spacer

So much traffic!!  As the idiot tourists flock to SEE!  They don’t realize with all those people there, when/if disaster strikes…they will have made it impossible to find ANY CHANCE of escape.  

Nov 2, 2021

Mirador de Tajuya today. Volcano keeps emitting tons of lava. So far it flooded nearly 10 square kilometers. How much more will it cover? The question remains open. #LaPalma #CumbreVieja

spacer

UPDATE: 11/02/2021; 3:32:31 PM

spacer

La Palma, Canary Islands: eruption Sep 2021 – updates

Updated: Nov 2, 2021 20:00 GMT – 6 minutes ago

Magnitude 4.2 quake

Update Tue 02 Nov 2021 19:10

Just minutes after the previous update, a magnitude 4.2 quake occurred… Tremor remains unchanged.

Volcanic tremor drops to half its previous value, activity lower

Update Tue 02 Nov 2021 17:06

Ash emission and lava flowing from the vent at La Palma this afternoon (image: Canarias TV live cam)

Ash emission and lava flowing from the vent at La Palma this afternoon (image: Canarias TV live cam)

Tremor amplitude showing the marked decrease today (image: IGN)

Tremor amplitude showing the marked decrease today (image: IGN)

The seismic signal shows it as well very well (image: IGN)

The seismic signal shows it as well very well (image: IGN)

Frequency of quakes over the past days (image: IGN)

Frequency of quakes over the past days (image: IGN)

The activity has been lower on most fronts today. Most notably, volcanic tremor dropped sharply at around noon local time to about half its values of the previous days average.
Whether this correlates to reduced lava effusion is difficult to say with certainly but at least likely. Lava continues to be seen arriving at the lower vent of the cone, now approx. 200 m tall, and from there mostly flowing into the tube system, but maybe it has been less in volume during the past day. In agreement with this interpretation is that the lava flows that advanced yesterday along the southern margins of the flow field also slowed down a lot and made almost no progress today.
The area of Las Norias, which has been the most threatened to become the next victim of lava flows reaching part of the Camino Aniceto road yesterday, still remains intact for now and can thus still hope to survive.
Ash emissions from the main crater remained intense, however, and produced a plume that rose to 3-4 km this morning. Different wind regimes brought much needed relief to the Ariadne valley, allowing sunshine to reach the ash-plagued area. But when one side of the island is free from the ash, the other usually suffers… The westerly winds pushed the ash cloud to the east and northeast, with the result that the airport located on the eastern coast had to close today.

Earthquakes Today:  quakes magnitude 0.1 or higher (104 quakes):magnitude 2 or higher (104 quakes): magnitude 3 or higher (42 quakes):magnitude 4 or higher (1 quakes):

Earthquakes have decreased as well to about half in numbers compared to most previous days. Since last evening’s 4.6 quake at 8.24 p.m., no other quakes of similar size have occurred, but approx. 100 quakes of magnitudes between magnitudes of 2.5-3.6.
Deformation is still elevated, but shows a weak trend of decrease.   (What bothers me on this one is that the experts say the best clue we will have of an imminent tsunami is the deformation increase.  Why are they not showing the deformation map like the used to on this report?  In fact, I have not been able to find a current map of the deformation on La Palma ANYWHERE!  What are they hiding?)
Measured gas emissions remain high, with some increase according to local news articles.

In the meanwhile, the army is helping to clean roofs from the heavy load of ash in some areas. This is particularly important to do before the (awaited) winter rains set in, which mixed with the ash create a cement-like mass and make for dangerous extra load, that could easily bring many roofs to collapse.  (Winter has officially begun in La Palma)

Latest map of lava flows

Update Tue 02 Nov 2021 16:33

Latest map of the lava flows (image: info.igme.es)

Latest map of the lava flows (image: info.igme.es)

The latest lava flow map shows the recent progress of the lava flows mainly at the southern margin of the flow field, in particular the flow called number 11.

Southern lava flow threatens to cut off El Remo and Puerto de Naos

Update Tue 02 Nov 2021 09:16

Aerial view of the only remaining access road to Puerto Naos now threatened to be cut off (image: El Time, s. link in text)

Aerial view of the only remaining access road to Puerto Naos now threatened to be cut off (image: El Time, s. link in text)

With lava effusion remaining high, most of it has been feeding the lava flows on the southern part of the flow field, in particular the ones named 3 and 9 on official maps.
The flow fronts yesterday were still in the Charcón area and had not reached the coast, but threaten to cut off the only remaining access road to El Remo and Puerto de Naos.According to a local news article, authorities are considering building an emergency new access road to allow trucks to access the threatened coastal areas in order to assist evacuation efforts.
In the meanwhile, further upslope on the southern margin, another flow front has detached near Cogote Mountain and forms another tongue that destroys new land areas so far “only” covered by thick (up to 1-2 meters) of ash fall.

11/02/2021 Alignment of higher emission centers, single shot with SOUND. La Palma IGME eruption

Geological and Mining Institute of Spain

November 2, 2021

Emission centers aligned along the fissure. Strombolian emission of lava, gases and pyroclasts from the upper eruptive centers of the volcano. + info:spacer

Viewers – Geology, Lava Evolution and Earthquakes

By IGME-CSIC . Last update 02/10/2021 18:52:00

These viewers are updated with the relevant information related to the event. In addition to the geological information, the Copernicus data are included with the delimitation of the lava and estimation of damage at different times (latest data at 11/01/21 18:50 UTC ), the delimitations of the lava offered by the Cabildo de La Palma (latest data on 11/02/21 1pm ) and the delimitation offered by the IGME 11/02/21 8:30 am ).

I took the actual Lava Flow Map (Right) and enhanced it only slightly to help you see what I see.  The NWO Octopus coming out of the sea and  the LIZARD /REPTILE/ SATAN coming out of the land/Volcano.

spacer

Started streaming 22 minutes ago; 11/1/21; 3:00 PM US Central Time

UPDATE: 11/02/2021; 1:50:50 PM

spacer

This was filmed lived this morning.  Looks to me like the Volcano is still very active. The sky is very hazy though we are told it is a beautiful day in La Palma…the effects of the ash are still evident in this video.  Air quality is pretty sketchy.  

🔴Volcán Cumbre vieja LA PALMA 🌴Isla Bonita

Streamed live 9 hours ago; 11/2/21; 5:45 US Central Time

spacer

The following snippets were taken from a video posted on TV MALAGA 24 Hour.   The video does not specify when this video was shot.  But it was posted today, Tuesday, November 2.  I am thinking it was filmed yesterday.  LOOK AT THE SKY!!!   How can anyone breathe?   Really, they should not be breathing that air.  There will be many people developing health issues from the effects of this pollution.  The air is NOT SAFE TO BREATHE!  I don’t care what the “experts” or the “Government” tells you.  AVOID THAT AIR LIKE THE PLAGUE!!  

🔴News – The ash from the volcano engulfs the island of La Palma

Nov 2, 2021

spacer

UPDATE: 11/02/2021; 12:11:40 PM 

spacer

Nov 2, 2021

Spanish volcano on La Palma island has turned the area into a living hell. Islanders have been forced to leave their homes. It has been over a month since the volcano started erupting, and still itdoesn’t show any signs of abating. #Volcano #LaPalma #Spain #CanaryIsland

spacer

Nov 2, 2021

spacer

Premiered 5 hours ago; 11/2/21 @ 7:00 AM US CENTRAL TIME

🔴🔴🔴152 earthquakes in 24 hours, 18 of those earthquakes felt by the population and a maximum of 4.6. 🔴The La Palma volcano has formed an ash cloud of 3,700 m. East direction. 🔴The ash expelled by the volcano increases and the air quality in the south of the island worsens

spacer

Nov 2, 2021

Observing volcano from the roof of my house in Tazacorte, La Palma. November 2, 2021. #LaPalma #CumbreVieja #Tazacorte

spacer

Nov 2, 2021
spacer
spacer

556K subscribers

The Armed Forces have welcomed, helped and protected the residents of La Palma affected in their most basic needs and now they have also accompanied them spiritually. Several members of the UME and the Army have joined forces with the formation of a picket line in Los Llanos de Aridane in remembrance and tribute to the deceased. They have been joined by an Air Force helicopter. He has flown over the area of ​​the tribute and has made a wreath from the air for all the deceased at a point of the wash near the Las Manchas Cemetery, isolated as a result of the eruption of the volcano. #LaPalma #Volcano #OldSummer Follow the last hour of the La Palma volcano eruption with EL MUNDO: https://www.elmundo.es/ciencia-y-salu…
spacer

spacer

Lava flow from the Cumbre Vieja volcano’s continued eruptions made the largest cemetery on La Palma inaccessible for residents observing the Catholic feast of All Saints on Monday, November 1. Footage released by Spain’s Ministry of Defense shows personnel from the Spanish Air Force dropping flower petals over the Las Manchas Cemetery.The cemetery, which had been blanketed in ash by the volcano, was banked by a lava flow nearly 200 meters (approximately 656 feet) away, El Pais reported. Lava flow had destroyed 2,574 buildings across more than 975 hectares as of Sunday, according to the European Union’s Copernicus satellite program. Credit: Ministerio Defensa via Storyful

LA PALMA (Reuters) – Locals on the Spanish Canary Island of La Palma lit candles and laid flowers for their loved ones at a makeshift memorial on Monday, after the cemetery where they are buried was cut off by the lava flow from the Cumbre Vieja volcano.

Islanders, unable to visit the graves of family members in the Las Manchas cemetery of Los Angeles, gathered for an emotional tribute at a “memory corner” set up by the local government in the Plaza de Espana in nearby Los Llanos.

Nov. 1 is the Catholic feast of All Saints, a public holiday in Spain when people traditionally visit the graves of family members and lay flowers.

“I feel pain, we’re going through a lot of pain. We can’t go to the cemetery and take flowers to our loved ones,” said Tara, 27, who came to pay tribute to her parents.

The graves in the Las Manchas cemetery, which is closed because the surrounding lava makes it dangerous to access, did not go without flowers, however.

A military helicopter scattered flowers over the ash-covered area, while members of Spain’s Military Emergency Unit laid a floral tribute.

Since the eruption began on Sept. 19, lava from the volcano has covered nearly 900 hectares (2,200 acres) of land and destroyed more than 2,500 buildings.

More than 7,000 people have had to evacuate their homes, but no one has died in the eruption.

“We have nothing left, it’s all very sad. Please could this stop now … It has already destroyed our lives,” said Sagrario Castro, 45, whose parents are buried in the cemetery and whose brother has lost his house in the eruption.

The tribute brought comfort to some locals.

“It helps and gives you a spark of hope. We say that we can’t be there, but we are with them,” said local resident Monica.

(Writing by Jessica Jones; Editing by Aislinn Laing)

tagreuters.com2021binary_LYNXMPEHA01KM-BASEIMAGE

spacer

“4 CANARY DOGS OF LA PALMA – A Rapture Rescue Typology?”

‘Who Let the Saints Out?!’
By Luis Vega (31 Oct 2021)

vegapost@hotmail.com
www.PostScripts.org

‘For they themselves report what kind of welcome you gave us, and how you turned to God from idols to serve the living and true God 10and to await His Son from heaven, whom He raised from the dead— Jesus our deliverer from the coming wrath.’ 1 Thessalonians 1:9-10

So, People around the World have all been intrigued with La Palma Volcano and of its many mysterious Peromelia Apparitions. And others are also, who are Seeking, Collecting Data, Watching for possible Prophetic Nuances, specific to the Rapture event and timing. The events occurring in La Palma has been likened to a ‘Breaking of the Water’ in the Birthing Process. Its volcano eruption has been modeled Scientifically of being a possible cause for a great Tsunami Cataclysm.

And it has been alluded to how at a certain time, the Inhabitants of the Island will have to all ‘Depart’ or be Evacuated out entirely. This will come true if especially the conditions worsen and circumstances become unbearable for the People there to sustain. A peculiar event was unfolding and that was mentioned. It was about the 4 Stranded Dogs that were for sure to face Doom and Death in their ‘Red Sea Moment’, if not rescued. Worse, is that it appeared the Professional the local Government Authorities hesitated in making the effort to rescue them but only after much public outcry.

Then, when the effort was carried-out, they found suddenly, that the Dogs ‘Disappeared’, ‘in a moment’, overnight. Evidently, someone rescued the 4 Dogs and left evidence for such a feat; ‘that they were taken care of and are safe’. Was it ‘El Zorro’? So, now one may be reading too much into the story and how it is linked or can be with the Rapture event or Biblical Prophecy; a bit much regarding all this, as some or many would and do say…But as one was reading through a France 24 Article about the situation, one could not help but make some obvious mental associations that come across one’s mind. How so?

It is especially a correlation if one knows the circumstances of how the Rapture will occur, based on what is revealed in the Bible. It is or will be no different. Below is the link to the Article about the situation from the French News Source.  But it is how they described it best that made one think of such a similar Rapture Rescue scenario. It deals with the Rapture event that is described by the Apostle Paul as being no difference in its outcome of how the Dogs ‘mysteriously disappeared overnight’. It will be no different and what will occur after the Rapture event for Jesus’ People. And as the 4 Dogs in question were Podencos or ‘Hounds’, it is a peculiar Breed.

A Rapture Rescue
Are such People of Jesus, those who are predisposed to being like a ‘Hound’, when it comes to Tracking Prophecy: Watching, Pursuing, Seeking Jesus’ return? Collecting Data about what is all happening on Earth presently that is fast becoming as dire as a slow moving ‘River of Lava’ like with La Palma Volcano? It is most certainly spelling Doom and Death to come to La Palma’s of the World. And Jesus’ People are Trapped and now facing their ‘Red Sea Moment’ with such things as losing their Jobs , Business, Education or Lives if not Injected with the COVID ‘Solution’?

To then have the next day after the Rapture event, the World’s People asking, ‘Where did they disappear to, so suddenly, overnight’? Who ‘Rescued’ or ‘Raptured them away from Earth to Safety from certain Doom and Death from their ‘Red Sea Moment’? A ‘Savior’. For sure, such a peculiar ‘Breed’ of People, Jesus has taken note of. Jesus came to rescue the Perishing from Sin and Satan. Jesus has concern and had pity enough to have resolve and do what the Earthly Powers-That-Be will not do nor have the resolve to rescue such ‘Canis’ or People.

And why these Motifs of Canines per chance? Obviously, the name of the Islands is the ‘Islands of the Dogs’. So, no more appropriate theme to go by. And what type of Dogs are these that ‘Disappeared’ overnight, snatched from the literal Fires of Hell? These special types of Dogs are Hounds, called Podencos. The word in Spanish means ‘Hounds’. They are most commonly bred for Hunters in Spain and Portugal.  Now, the only deviation from the Dog Metaphor pertaining to the Rapture type is that the Dogs were desirable types, Hunters and bred as such.

In contrast, one would say that most ‘Dogs’, as a Metaphor of People that will be Rescued in the Rapture will be of all Types and Kinds, Breeds, etc. Even so, such would also fit the Rapture Metaphor one is comparing because it has not been the Highly Bred, or the Wealthy, the Powerful that normally seek the LORD nor have the need to be ‘Rescued’. They have all the means and resources, etc. So, one could not help but to transpose such qualities of who are those that in a similar way will be snatched-up in the Rapture event, overnight but the ‘Podencos’ of the LORD, no?

From Merriam Webster: Definition of hound ˈhau̇nd \ 

1-Dog

2- A Dog of any of numerous Hunting Breeds including both Scent Hounds and Sight Hounds . 

3- A Person who pursues like a Hound especially.  

4- One who avidly Seeks or Collects something.  

It is not to say that only those Followers of Jesus who are the Watcher ‘Dogs’ of Biblical Prophecy types that are avidly Seeking the LORD and Watching the Times and Season the End Times Signs or collecting Dates, that are exclusively to ‘Disappear’. But that in general, is it not true though that it is generally those that ‘Love His (Jesus’) Appearing that are the type that are actively Seeking, Collecting and Watching for the Rapture? And this, especially true that as for such, their ‘Red Sea Moment’ is closing in fast like the Lava Flow with the Dogs, no? One thought that it was an interesting perspective and angle at looking at what happened with these 4 Dogs of La Palma Volcano.

And how recently there has been much ‘Signaling’ about the Number 4 and how that is associated with the meaning of an ‘Open Door’ to be Rescued as one big ‘Exit Sign’ that are posted next to Doors, etc. The Dalet is the 4th Letter of the Hebrew Alefbet. The 4th Chapter of the book of Revelation is associated with the Door and the Bride of Christ being Raptured. Then the Name of YHVH appearing on the Door or Wall of Jerusalem, next to the Golden Gate, etc. And how that the 4 Dogs of La Palma mysteriously ‘Disappeared’ overnight, but with a Trace.

And that Trace is what, for the Believers after the Rapture event? It will be the Written Word, the many Bibles, Blogs, Posts, Articles, Charts, Letters, Texts left behind that perhaps millions of People around the World will pick-up and read of how it occurred; just as Jesus and the Apostles promised and described the Rapture event. So, as the title of the French Articles, stated, ‘Who Let the Dogs Out’? Or rather that one hopes it will shortly be broadcasted across the World as, ‘Who Let the Saints Out’?!

But as an addendum, a Blog member, Jimboni replied with the following statement that rings so true. To which I would only add that Our Scout, given the chance, would be quick to remind that ‘Caleb’ means ‘Dog’, and to which I rejoinder, as a Type of the Faithful Church awaiting The Master’s Call, Maranatha! And another Blog Member named Judi added the following observation. And is not the Holy Spirit called the Hound of Heaven, and are we not with Him hounds after Truth/the Word/Souls–Dogs with a Bone? And are we not as Gentiles, Dogs? Happy to feast on the Crumbs of the Master’s Table? But one day seated in full Honor and Glory at that very Table. Soon, Lord, Soon! Maranatha!!

Who Let the Dogs Out? Mystery Disappearance Grips Spain Volcano Isle 

https://www.france24.com/en/live-news/20211022-who-let-the-dogs-out-mystery-disappearance-grips-spain-volcano-isle

spacer

spacer

Earthquake in history: Great Earthquake of Lisbon November 1, 1755 killed 90,000 people in 6 seconds – Tsunami reached US and Canada coasts within few hours – Is La Palma going to do the same?

lisbon earthquake, lisbon tsunami, The Great Lisbon Earthquake and tsunami
The Great Lisbon Earthquake and tsunami
On the morning of November 1, 1755, a great earthquake shook Portugal’s capital city of Lisbon as worshipers filled churches and cathedrals for the All Saints’ Day Mass.

In seconds it left the city in ruins and in minutes those ruins were on fire. The earthquake probably killed about 90,000 – 100,000 people. Many of the survivors fled to the wharves and keys of Lisbon’s port, but they would find no safety there.

The first tsunami wave surged up the Tagus estuary about an hour after the earthquake, reached a maximum runup of 12 meters (40 feet), and killed another 1000 people. At least two more tsunami waves surged into the city, completing the earthquake’s destruction.

At Portugal’s coastal city of Lagos the tsunami was even larger, perhaps 30 m (100 ft). It went on to damage the ports of Cadiz in Spain, then Safi and Agadir in Morocco.

The tsunami also spread north: it caused minor damage at Brest in Brittany, some flooding in England in the Scilly Islands and in Cornwall, and extensively flooded of the low-lying areas of the city of Cork, Ireland.

As it spread out across the Atlantic, the tsunami first reached Madeira, where observers recorded a runup of 4 m (13 ft), then the Canary Islands, the Azores, and eventually the West Indies, where observers recorded runups of about a 1 m (3 ft) in Barbados, Martinique, Guadeloupe, and Antigua (and questionable reports of large runup in the Virgin Islands).

Though the tsunami must have hit Colonial America, no one recorded it there, though it was observed in Newfoundland.

The model of this tsunami assumes its source was a magnitude 8.5 earthquake on the Horseshoe Fault off of Cape Finisterre. Baptista, et al. (2011) explain how this fault matches the tsunami observations better than the several other proposed sources for the Great Lisbon Earthquake.

Similitudes with La Palma?

As you know, the Cumbre Vieja volcano is currently erupting on the island of la Palma in the Canary Islands, which are even closer to the American East Coast.

As demonstrated in various scientific publications, a slide from this mountain could kill millions of people in Europe and along Northern America’s eastern seaboard. Some eminent scientists warn that it’s purely a matter of time until it happens.

And this is how the tsunami wave would propagate:

spacer

MEGATSUNAMI SCENARIO

This is how the tsunami would develop:

  • 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.
  • 15–60 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.

Even if you don’t believe the tsunami scenario will ever happen, just prepare yourself for the worse… Then you will feel safer!

spacer

UPDATE: 11/01/2021; 11:00:37 PM

spacer

IGN said the ash column towering above the volcano reached an altitude of 4.5 kilometers (15,000 feet) on Sunday before heavier wind scattered it. Many nearby towns and a telescope base further north that sits on a mountain at 2,400 meters above sea level (7,800 feet) were covered in a thick layer of ash.

It is estimated that around 66 cubic meters of lava per second are being erupted, an extremely high value for a volcanic flank eruption like the current one on La Palma.  Source

Tourists are causing more problems for the locals who have lost everything:

Despite the eruption displacing island residents, tourists are flocking to La Palma to capture a glimpse of the volcanic fury. However, individuals who live on La Palma are frustrated with the influx of tourists when so many people had to evacuate and had their homes destroyed. Some hotels are completely shut down and only accommodating locals who needed to evacuate, per El País.  

“They are coming with the simple aim of seeing the volcano,” Pablo Gonzáles, a hotel manager at Ashotel on the Canary Islands, explains to El País’sGuillermo Vega. “Now is not the moment for tourism for La Palma, it’s the time to help, and these people are not doing that and are instead occupying beds that could, for example, be used by the security forces.”    Source

spacer

In the following video from our friend GutnTog, you will see people out on the street with their families, including children.  I was shocked to see people letting their children play in the ash like it was a sand box.  Sliding their hands and arms in and out of the ash and placing their faces very close, if not in the ash!!!  Little children!!

Nov 1, 2021

Reporting from Mirador de Tajuya, La Palma on November 1, 2021. #LaPalma #CumbreVieja #CanaryIslands

spacer

I was so alarmed by what I saw in the above video that I went to look for information on the hazards of Volcanic Ash.  I found a very helpful PDF.  The link is on the Title below.  I pray that parents will read it and pass it on to friends and family.  It is not likely that the people who are foolishly exposing their children to these hazards will ever read my post… but I can pray that GOD gets them the information and gives them wisdom.

THE HEALTH HAZARDSOF VOLCANIC ASH  (exerpts only)
A guide for the public

Freshly fallen ash particles can have acid coatings which may cause irritation to the lungs and eyes. This acid coating is rapidly removed by rain, which may then pollute local water supplies.

What are the effects of ash on health?

Effects of ash on health may be divided into several categories:

  • respiratory effects,
  • eye symptoms,
  • skin irritation
  • indirect effects.

Respiratory effects

In some eruptions, ash particles can be so fine that they are breathed deep into the lungs. With high exposure, even healthy individuals will experience chest discomfort with increased coughing and irritation. Common acute (short-term) symptoms include:

  • Nasal irritation and discharge (runny nose).
  • Throat irritation and sore throat, sometimes accompanied by dry coughing.
    People with pre-existing chest complaints may develop severe bronchitic symptoms which last some days beyond exposure to ash (for example, hacking cough, production of sputum, wheezing, or shortness of breath).
  • Airway irritation for people with asthma or bronchitis; common complaints of people with asthma include: shortness of breath,
    wheezing and coughing,
    Breathing becomes uncomfortable

What factors affect respiratory symptoms?

The development of respiratory symptoms from the inhalation of volcanic ash depends on a number of factors. These include the concentration of particles in the air, the proportion of fine particles in the ash, the frequency and duration of exposure, the presence of crystalline silica and volcanic gases or aerosols mixed with the ash, and meteorological conditions. Existing health conditions and the use of respiratory protective equipment will also influence the symptoms experienced.

Eye symptoms

Eye irritation is a common health effect as pieces of grit can cause painful scratches in the front of the eye (corneal
abrasions) and conjunctivitis. Contact lens wearers need to be especially aware of this problem and leave out their lenses to prevent corneal abrasion from occurring.

Common symptoms include:

  • Corneal abrasions or scratches.
  • Acute conjunctivitis or the inflammation of the
    conjunctival sac that surrounds the eyeball due to the
    presence of ash, which leads to redness, burning of
    the eyes, and photosensitivity.
  • Eyes feeling as though there are foreign particles in
    them.
  • Eyes becoming painful, itchy or bloodshot.
  • Sticky discharge or tearing.

Skin Irritation
While not common, volcanic ash can cause skin irritation for
some people, especially if the ash is acidic.
Symptoms include:

  • Irritation and reddening of the skin.
  • Secondary infections due to scratching.

Precautions for children
Children face the same hazards from the suspension of ash as other age groups, but their exposure may be increased because they are physically smaller and are less likely to adopt reasonable, prudent, preventive measures to avoid unnecessary exposure to ash. While evidence suggests that ingestion of small
amounts of ash is not hazardous, we recommend that you take the following precautions:

  • Keep children indoors if possible.
  • Children should beadvised against strenuous play or running  when ash is in the air, since exertion leads to
    heavier breathing, drawing small particles more deeply into the lungs.
  • Communities in heavy ashfall areas may wish to organize day-care programs to free parents for cleanup tasks.
  • If children must be outdoors when ash is present in the air, they should wear a mask (preferably one approved by IVHHN). Many masks, however, are designed to fit adults rather than children.

Take particular care to prevent children playing in areas where ash is deep on the ground or piled up.

spacer

Nov 1, 2021

spacer

UPDATE: 11/01/2021; 6:34:02 PM

spacer

Nov 1, 2021; 7:00 PM

spacer

Nov 1, 2021

UPDATE: 11/01/2021; 12:15:08 PM

It is hard to get pics of the range from a distance.  I often see what appears to me to be multiple plumes of smoke and/or steam coming from farther up the ridge.  Take a look at this pic and see what you think.  They are lesser plumes most often so they are hard to distinguish from clouds or from the trail of smoke from the Larger plume.  But, in the right light you can spot them, whenever you are fortunate enough to see the longer range views.  I have 22 pictures of a similar nature I have been collecting.

Photo Credit: Snip taken from AfarTV live stream 11-1-21

spacer

Nov 1, 2021

Caldera de Taburiente. Roque de Muchachos. 01.11.21.

spacer

La Palma volcano “should be bombed” to divert lava flow

Talking about the flow, generally speaking there is little the emergency services can do to stop or divert the path of the lava and, in case you missed it, this led the president of the La Gomera Municipal Council, Casimiro Curbelo, to suggest a drastic strategy: using military aircraft to bomb the flows in an attempt to stop them in their tracks.

“Isn’t there a plane that can fly and drop… and send the lava in a different direction?” he said.

“Maybe its madness, but the technology today is much more reliable and I think it should be attempted. Although it is true it would have to fly at a reasonable altitude, but then it can get close and drop and… boom!” Curbelo reportedly said.

As Laura and Rob point out, there is a precedent for this solution. Click on the image above to read more.

spacer

USGS Volcanoes
@USGSVolcanoes
In Feb 2020, #Hawaii media reported on a recent discovery of 2 ancient-looking bombs on the north flank of #MaunaLoa. The bombs were part of a 1935 effort to divert #lava and save #Hilo. Read about it in this week’s edition of #USGS #HVO’s #VolcanoWatch, ow.ly/6AlL50yEja1.
Image
While the volcanologist who asked for the air strike, Thomas Jagger of the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, said the mission had been a resounding success, other experts felt that the slowing of the lava flow and its eventual halting a week after the bombers had done their work was merely coincidental.  Source
 spacer

Nov 1, 2021

Those who arrived on Friday to La Palma to see the volcano now find that they cannot fly to the Peninsula. The ash rain has forced the cancellation of all Iberia flights. Those who need to travel today are allowed to change the ticket to take off from another island. For now, inter-island flights are maintained. The bridge has triggered visits to La Palma also by sea and to avoid crowds, shuttle buses have been chartered to the viewpoint that offers the best views of the volcano. Ten thousand tourists have filled the hotels on La Palma these days. English: Those who arrived on Friday to La Palma to see the volcano now find that they cannot fly to the Peninsula. The ash rain has forced the cancellation of all Iberia flights. shuttle buses have been chartered to the viewpoint that offers the best views of the volcano. Ten thousand tourists have filled the hotels on La Palma these days. Malaga 24 hours news live TV live free Spanish television Live news from the World, last minute, Spain, Andalusia, and Malaga. Free Online Broadcast Direct from Malaga 24 Hours news. Your news channel on DTT and internet and fiber optic operators. Live information of Malaga, Andalucia, Spain and the world. Your news channel on DVB, internet and optic fiber operators. Live streaming www.malaga24h.com shuttle buses have been chartered to the viewpoint that offers the best views of the volcano. Ten thousand tourists have filled the hotels on La Palma these days. Malaga 24 hours news live TV live free Spanish television Live news from the World, last minute, Spain, Andalusia, and Malaga. Free Online Broadcast Direct from Malaga 24 Hours news. Your news channel on DTT and internet and fiber optic operators. Live information of Malaga, Andalucia, Spain and the world. Your news channel on DVB, internet and optic fiber operators. Live streaming www.malaga24h.com Andalusia, and Malaga. Free Online Broadcast Direct from Malaga 24 Hours news. Your news channel on DTT and internet and fiber optic operators. Live information of Malaga, Andalucia, Spain and the world. Your news channel on DVB, internet and optic fiber operators. Live streaming www.malaga24h.com Andalusia, and Malaga. Free Online Broadcast Direct from Malaga 24 Hours news. Your news channel on DTT and internet and fiber optic operators. Live information of Malaga, Andalucia, Spain and the world. Your news channel on DVB, internet and optic fiber operators. Live streaming www.malaga24h.com

spacer

spacer

spacer

Nov 1, 2021

Hello, I’m a Bushcraft Bear and share the latest information about the current volcanic eruption on the island of la palma in my videos. If you would like to support my YouTube channel, you are welcome to do so here:

Nov 1, 2021

View from the roof of my house in Tazacorte. Volcano is active and emits tons of ash. Because of the ash clouds it is cloudy here. 01.11.21 #LaPalma #CumbreVieja #Tazacorte

spacer

LIVE  11/1/2021; 11:46:29 AM

UPDATE: 11/01/2021; 1:39:54 AM

spacer

I see a dragon head popping up out of the earth! What do you see?

OK FOLKS!  It is time to take the possibility of the MegaTsunami scenario being a very real an immediate threat.

Will it happen?  We don’t know for certain.  When will it happen?  We don’t know that either.  The only thing that we can do is be watchful.  Be alert and BE READY. 

The Chart below shows all the reported/recorded earthquakes for this past weekend.  Oct 30 & 31, and so far Nov 1.  They are in alternate color type so you can clearly see the number of EQ per hour. This clearly demonstrates that the Volcanos are increasing in size/magnitude and in number/frequency.  

As you know this is only one aspect of the volcanic event.  There is Seismic activity, Smoke varieties, ash, lava, fire, noise, projectiles such as rocks, and movement of the earth, lifting, falling, cracking, shaking.  Which are all increasing as well.  

Showing most recent quakes and quakes magnitude 3 or higher (513 out of 1105 quakes, show more):  (it actually shows magnitude 2 or higher)

Date and time Mag
Depth
Location
Monday, November 1, 2021 06:49 GMT (51 earthquakes)
Nov 1, 2021 6:49 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 06:49 GMT)
48 minutes ago
2.4

10 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 1, 2021 6:44 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 06:44 GMT)
52 minutes ago
2.7

12 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 1, 2021 6:41 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 06:41 GMT)
56 minutes ago
3.5

10 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 1, 2021 6:34 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 06:34 GMT)
1 hour 3 minutes ago
2.8

10 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 1, 2021 6:25 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 06:25 GMT)
1 hour 11 minutes ago
3.1

10 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 1, 2021 6:23 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 06:23 GMT)
1 hour 14 minutes ago
3.3

10 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 1, 2021 6:05 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 06:05 GMT)
1 hour 32 minutes ago
2.7

8 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 1, 2021 6:02 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 06:02 GMT)
1 hour 34 minutes ago
2.6

11 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 1, 2021 5:59 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 05:59 GMT)
1 hour 37 minutes ago
2.9

11 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 1, 2021 5:57 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 05:57 GMT)
1 hour 39 minutes ago
3.6

11 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 1 report
Nov 1, 2021 5:54 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 05:54 GMT)
1 hour 42 minutes ago
2.7

11 km

La Palma Island, 12 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 1, 2021 5:51 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 05:51 GMT)
1 hour 45 minutes ago
3.0

13 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 1, 2021 5:50 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 05:50 GMT)
1 hour 46 minutes ago
2.9

10 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 1, 2021 5:46 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 05:46 GMT)
1 hour 50 minutes ago
3.3

20 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Santa Cruz de La PalmaSpain
I FELT IT – 1 report
Nov 1, 2021 5:43 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 05:43 GMT)
1 hour 53 minutes ago
2.6

11 km

La Palma Island, 15 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 1, 2021 5:40 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 05:40 GMT)
1 hour 56 minutes ago
2.9

11 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 1, 2021 5:36 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 05:36 GMT)
2 hours 0 minutes ago
2.4

10 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 1, 2021 5:34 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 05:34 GMT)
2 hours 2 minutes ago
2.6

10 km

La Palma Island, 12 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 1, 2021 5:23 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 05:23 GMT)
2 hours 13 minutes ago
2.6

11 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 1, 2021 5:22 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 05:22 GMT)
2 hours 15 minutes ago
3.2

11 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 1, 2021 5:12 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 05:12 GMT)
2 hours 24 minutes ago
3.0

11 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 1 report
Nov 1, 2021 5:10 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 05:10 GMT)
2 hours 27 minutes ago
2.4

10 km

La Palma Island, 11 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 1, 2021 5:08 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 05:08 GMT)
2 hours 29 minutes ago
2.9

11 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 1, 2021 4:56 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 04:56 GMT)
2 hours 40 minutes ago
3.0

36 km

La Palma Island, 4 km southwest of Santa Cruz de La PalmaSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 1, 2021 4:55 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 04:55 GMT)
2 hours 41 minutes ago
2.7

10 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 1, 2021 4:53 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 04:53 GMT)
2 hours 44 minutes ago
2.5

10 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 1, 2021 4:36 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 04:36 GMT)
3 hours 0 minutes ago
2.7

10 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 1, 2021 4:21 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 04:21 GMT)
3 hours 15 minutes ago
3.0

11 km

La Palma Island, 15 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 1, 2021 4:12 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 04:12 GMT)
3 hours 24 minutes ago
3.0

10 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 1, 2021 4:03 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 04:03 GMT)
3 hours 33 minutes ago
3.2

14 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 1, 2021 4:00 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 04:00 GMT)
3 hours 36 minutes ago
3.6

12 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 1 report
Nov 1, 2021 3:53 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 03:53 GMT)
3 hours 43 minutes ago
3.2

11 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 2 reports
Nov 1, 2021 3:41 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 03:41 GMT)
3 hours 56 minutes ago
3.1

13 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 1, 2021 3:36 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 03:36 GMT)
4 hours ago
2.8

10 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 1, 2021 3:34 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 03:34 GMT)
4 hours ago
3.4

14 km

La Palma Island, 15 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 1, 2021 3:28 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 03:28 GMT)
4 hours ago
3.2

11 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 1, 2021 3:26 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 03:26 GMT)
4 hours ago
2.8

14 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 1, 2021 3:00 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 03:00 GMT)
5 hours ago
3.4

11 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 1, 2021 2:56 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 02:56 GMT)
5 hours ago
2.6

10 km

La Palma Island, 12 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 1, 2021 2:44 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 02:44 GMT)
5 hours ago
3.6

11 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 3 reports
Nov 1, 2021 2:39 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 02:39 GMT)
5 hours ago
3.0

32 km

La Palma Island, 9.3 km south of Santa Cruz de La PalmaSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 1, 2021 2:36 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 02:36 GMT)
5 hours ago
2.8

12 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 1, 2021 2:27 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 02:27 GMT)
5 hours ago
2.7

10 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 1, 2021 2:17 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 02:17 GMT)
5 hours ago
2.9

11 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 1, 2021 2:15 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 02:15 GMT)
5 hours ago
2.6

10 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 1, 2021 1:57 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 01:57 GMT)
6 hours ago
3.5

11 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 1, 2021 1:53 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 01:53 GMT)
6 hours ago
2.6

14 km

La Palma Island, 16 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Nov 1, 2021 1:31 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 01:31 GMT)
6 hours ago
3.2

11 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 1, 2021 1:22 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 01:22 GMT)
6 hours ago
3.3

11 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Nov 1, 2021 12:21 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 00:21 GMT)
7 hours ago
3.0

32 km

La Palma Island, 17 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 1 report
Nov 1, 2021 12:15 am (GMT +0) (Nov 1, 2021 00:15 GMT)
7 hours ago
2.8

10 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Sunday, October 31, 2021 23:48 GMT (32 earthquakes)
Oct 31, 2021 11:48 pm (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 23:48 GMT)
8 hours ago
3.3

35 km

La Palma Island, 8.8 km south of Santa Cruz de La PalmaSpain
I FELT IT – 1 report
Oct 31, 2021 11:43 pm (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 23:43 GMT)
8 hours ago
2.4

9 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Oct 31, 2021 11:36 pm (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 23:36 GMT)
8 hours ago
2.8

10 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
Oct 31, 2021 11:04 pm (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 23:04 GMT)
9 hours ago
3.2

38 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 31, 2021 9:11 pm (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 21:11 GMT)
10 hours ago
3.3

13 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 1 report
Oct 31, 2021 6:53 pm (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 18:53 GMT)
13 hours ago
3.1

9 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 1 report
Oct 31, 2021 6:41 pm (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 18:41 GMT)
13 hours ago
3.1

11 km

La Palma Island, 12 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 31, 2021 6:32 pm (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 18:32 GMT)
13 hours ago
3.0

10 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 31, 2021 6:18 pm (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 18:18 GMT)
13 hours ago
3.3

10 km

La Palma Island, 11 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 31, 2021 5:52 pm (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 17:52 GMT)
14 hours ago
5.0

38 km

La Palma Island, 17 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 95 reports
Oct 31, 2021 4:45 pm (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 16:45 GMT)
15 hours ago
3.0

10 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 31, 2021 4:43 pm (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 16:43 GMT)
15 hours ago
3.0

15 km

La Palma Island, 17 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 31, 2021 4:36 pm (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 16:36 GMT)
15 hours ago
3.0

8 km

La Palma Island, 12 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 1 report
Oct 31, 2021 3:09 pm (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 15:09 GMT)
16 hours ago
3.2

11 km

La Palma Island, 12 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 31, 2021 2:43 pm (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 14:43 GMT)
17 hours ago
3.1

10 km

La Palma Island, 12 km south of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 31, 2021 1:57 pm (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 13:57 GMT)
18 hours ago
3.4

10 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 2 reports
Oct 31, 2021 1:41 pm (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 13:41 GMT)
18 hours ago
3.0

9 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 31, 2021 11:12 am (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 11:12 GMT)
20 hours ago
3.1

11 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 31, 2021 10:48 am (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 10:48 GMT)
21 hours ago
3.0

12 km

La Palma Island, 15 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 31, 2021 10:28 am (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 10:28 GMT)
21 hours ago
3.1

12 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 31, 2021 9:35 am (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 09:35 GMT)
22 hours ago
3.4

13 km

La Palma Island, 12 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 31, 2021 9:20 am (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 09:20 GMT)
22 hours ago
3.1

11 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 31, 2021 9:11 am (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 09:11 GMT)
22 hours ago
3.3

11 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 31, 2021 8:35 am (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 08:35 GMT)
23 hours ago
3.4

12 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 31, 2021 7:44 am (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 07:44 GMT)
24 hours ago
3.0

11 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 31, 2021 7:12 am (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 07:12 GMT)
1 day 0 hours ago
3.2

13 km

La Palma Island, 15 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 31, 2021 6:52 am (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 06:52 GMT)
1 day 1 hours ago
3.1

12 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 31, 2021 3:59 am (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 03:59 GMT)
1 day 4 hours ago
3.1

14 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 1 report
Oct 31, 2021 3:54 am (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 03:54 GMT)
1 day 4 hours ago
3.3

35 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 31, 2021 3:27 am (GMT +0) (Oct 31, 2021 03:27 GMT)
1 day 4 hours ago
3.1

14 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 31, 2021 1:46 am (GMT +1) (Oct 31, 2021 00:46 GMT)
1 day 7 hours ago
3.1

13 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 1 report
Oct 31, 2021 1:34 am (GMT +1) (Oct 31, 2021 00:34 GMT)
1 day 7 hours ago
3.0

15 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Saturday, October 30, 2021 22:47 GMT (41 earthquakes)
Oct 30, 2021 11:47 pm (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 22:47 GMT)
1 day 9 hours ago
3.0

11 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 11:24 pm (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 22:24 GMT)
1 day 9 hours ago
3.4

14 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 10:03 pm (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 21:03 GMT)
1 day 11 hours ago
3.2

13 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 9:55 pm (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 20:55 GMT)
1 day 11 hours ago
3.0

15 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 1 report
Oct 30, 2021 9:52 pm (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 20:52 GMT)
1 day 11 hours ago
3.0

36 km

La Palma Island, 18 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 8:47 pm (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 19:47 GMT)
1 day 12 hours ago
3.2

14 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 1 report
Oct 30, 2021 8:11 pm (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 19:11 GMT)
1 day 12 hours ago
3.0

36 km

La Palma Island, 13 km south of Santa Cruz de La PalmaSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 7:40 pm (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 18:40 GMT)
1 day 13 hours ago
3.1

13 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 5:52 pm (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 16:52 GMT)
1 day 15 hours ago
3.1

12 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 5:25 pm (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 16:25 GMT)
1 day 15 hours ago
3.0

10 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 4:39 pm (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 15:39 GMT)
1 day 16 hours ago
3.0

14 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 4:36 am (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 03:36 GMT)
2 days ago
4.1

37 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 10 reports
Oct 30, 2021 3:55 pm (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 14:55 GMT)
1 day 17 hours ago
3.0

14 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 2:39 pm (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 13:39 GMT)
1 day 18 hours ago
3.5

13 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 9 reports
Oct 30, 2021 2:17 pm (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 13:17 GMT)
1 day 18 hours ago
3.1

11 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 1 report
Oct 30, 2021 1:14 pm (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 12:14 GMT)
1 day 19 hours ago
3.0

12 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 12:44 pm (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 11:44 GMT)
1 day 20 hours ago
3.1

15 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 12:37 pm (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 11:37 GMT)
1 day 20 hours ago
3.2

10 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 12:08 pm (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 11:08 GMT)
1 day 20 hours ago
3.1

11 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 1 report
Oct 30, 2021 11:01 am (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 10:01 GMT)
1 day 22 hours ago
3.1

11 km

La Palma Island, 12 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 10:23 am (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 09:23 GMT)
1 day 22 hours ago
3.0

11 km

La Palma Island, 12 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 9:49 am (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 08:49 GMT)
1 day 23 hours ago
3.0

10 km

La Palma Island, 15 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 9:25 am (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 08:25 GMT)
1 day 23 hours ago
3.0

10 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 8:33 am (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 07:33 GMT)
2 days ago
3.0

10 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 8:16 am (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 07:16 GMT)
2 days ago
3.1

11 km

La Palma Island, 12 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 7:59 am (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 06:59 GMT)
2 days ago
3.1

11 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 7:24 am (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 06:24 GMT)
2 days ago
5.0

35 km

La Palma Island, 15 km southwest of Santa Cruz de La PalmaSpain
I FELT IT – 162 reports
Oct 30, 2021 7:21 am (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 06:21 GMT)
2 days ago
3.3

10 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 15 reports
Oct 30, 2021 7:13 am (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 06:13 GMT)
2 days ago
3.7

10 km

La Palma Island, 12 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 10 reports
Oct 30, 2021 6:46 am (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 05:46 GMT)
2 days ago
3.0

10 km

La Palma Island, 12 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 6:38 am (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 05:38 GMT)
2 days ago
3.2

12 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 2 reports
Oct 30, 2021 6:16 am (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 05:16 GMT)
2 days ago
3.2

12 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 1 report
Oct 30, 2021 5:32 am (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 04:32 GMT)
2 days ago
3.0

11 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 4:36 am (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 03:36 GMT)
2 days ago
4.1

37 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 10 reports
Oct 30, 2021 4:17 am (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 03:17 GMT)
2 days ago
3.5

14 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 3:54 am (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 02:54 GMT)
2 days ago
3.4

14 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 3:46 am (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 02:46 GMT)
2 days ago
3.0

12 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 3:30 am (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 02:30 GMT)
2 days ago
3.2

14 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT – 1 report
Oct 30, 2021 3:28 am (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 02:28 GMT)
2 days ago
3.3

12 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 2:10 am (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 01:10 GMT)
2 days ago
3.0

14 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 2:02 am (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 01:02 GMT)
2 days ago
3.0

10 km

La Palma Island, 13 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 1:51 am (GMT +1) (Oct 30, 2021 00:51 GMT)
2 days ago
3.2

13 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Friday, October 29, 2021 23:55 GMT (67 earthquakes)
Oct 30, 2021 12:55 am (GMT +1) (Oct 29, 2021 23:55 GMT)
2 days ago
3.0

13 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 12:39 am (GMT +1) (Oct 29, 2021 23:39 GMT)
2 days ago
3.0

14 km

La Palma Island, 12 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT
Oct 30, 2021 12:11 am (GMT +1) (Oct 29, 2021 23:11 GMT)
2 days ago
3.1

13 km

La Palma Island, 14 km southeast of Los Llanos de AridaneSpain
I FELT IT

EXERPT FROM HAL TURNER UPDATE 8:47 PM EDT — 10/31/21

More information has come in from a Geologist working with a government; I won’t say which government.

This Geologist pointed out that today, the island of LaPalma suffered another Magnitude 5.0 earthquake.   In and of itself, that does not seem odd except for this:

Yesterday, for the first time in fifty years, LaPalma had a Magnitude 5.0 earthquake.  First time in fifty years.  Strongest quake in 50 years.

Here we are, a mere 24 hours later, and LaPalma had . . . . another 5.0 quake:

The Geologist said that it took weeks for enough magma to move, in order that LaPalma could have the 5.0 quake YESTERDAY.   He pointed out that now,  only 24 hours later, enough magma has already moved to give the island yet another 5.0 quake.

While the Geologist admits this could just be coincidental, he ALSO pointed out that the rush of magma from deep within the earth, could now be so voluminous underground, that it was magma which caused the second 5.0 quake today . . . . and if that much magma is now moving, HE SAYS – and he qualifies this as a highly unlikely possibility — the amount of magma on the move couldcause the island of LaPalma to actually explode within 48 hours.

The geologist points to the public earthquake location data to reiterate his thinking.

He then drew a line to show where those quakes __could__ continue moving within the next 48 hours, to back up his belief the island could explode from the magma already coming up in such volume as to cause todays’ second Magnitude 5.0 in a mere 24 hours.  Here’s his line:

He went on to say that “if that much magma is coming up that fast, the island will simply burst as it makes the surface.”  He told me to watch for vast ground deformation (inflation) over widespread and new areas.  He says “that will be the sign that the island is lost.”

Finally, he pointed out that the Canary Islands government volcano web site, is showing Harmonic Tremors, which he says is caused by Magma movement,higher tonight than any time in the last 6 weeks” which, he says “shows a gigantic burst of magma is heading toward the surface.”

Streamed live 100 minutes ago; 11/1/21; 1:30 PM US CENTRAL TIME

THERE IS A VERY GOOD CHANCE OF A LARGER QUAKE HITTING LA PALMA IN THE NEXT 48 HRS, THIS IS A WATCH ONLY, THIS VOLCANO CONTINUES TO SURPRISE EVERYONE WITH IT’S ERUPTION CHANGING SOMETIMES ON AN HOURLY BASIS, WE WILL KEEP UPDATED AS THE NEWS COMES IN HAL TURNER UDATE FOR LA PALMA UPDATE 8:47 PM EDT — https://halturnerradioshow.com/index…. VOLCANO DISCOVERY LATEST UPDATE ON LA PALMA

spacer

spacer

Premiered 2 hours ago; 10/31/21

🔴Last minute of the volcano of La Palma, live Last minute of the volcano of La Palma, live the latest news from the volcano cumbre vieja in La Palma, The increase in the emission of fluid lava increases the height of the lava flows. #news #last News #volcanlapalma #lapalma

spacer

Oct 31, 2021

Today volcano had become noisy again. Ashfall stopped however. Cumbre Vieja Volcano on October 31, 2021.

acer

UPDATE: 10/31/2021; 11:40:55 PM

spacer

Oct 31, 2021
La Palma Volcano Spews Hot Lava Fountain Causing Drone to melt #Lapalma #Volcano #IGME #ING #Cumbrevieja #Spain #Canaryisland #VOA #THESUN #DW #TVE #Guardiacivil #Globalnews #Skynews New lava river threatens more buildings in La Palma, new lava stream follows a path down the Cumbre Vieja ridge towards the western shore of the island. A new river of lava belched on Tuesday from the La Palma volcano, spreading more destruction on the Atlantic Ocean island where more than 1,000 buildings have already been engulfed or badly damaged by streams of molten rock. The partial collapse of the volcanic cone overnight gave birth to a new lava stream that started to follow a similar path down the Cumbre Vieja ridge towards the western shore of the island to the ocean.

spacer

Oct 31, 2021

Most of the lava is going along the southern edges of the lava fields, in the vicinity of Todoque and Puerto Naos. Some of it is spilling northwards, to a lesser degree. #LaPalma #CumbreVieja #CanaryIslands

spacer

2021-10-31 Quake News & Updates

WATCHES & WARNINGS: imminent threats for large earthquakes or tsunami • A WATCH remains in effect for the island of La Palma in the Canary Islands for a potential M6.4-7.7+ quake and possible violent blow-out eruption of the volcano there. This is not a prediction, only a WATCH because of the possibility of such an event occurring. We are watching a fast-progressing number of quakes ramping up, which ay lead to a much larger event relatively soon. The highest magnitude thus far has been a M5.1 quake which occurred on Saturday.

La Palma Eruption Update:
Following yesterday’s high of M5.1, earthquakes have been fewer in number today, reaching a high of M4.6. The earthquakes are getting shallower – closer to the surface – which is always a concern.

The last two days, the volcano has put out a tremendous amount of smoke and ash. Black ash covers the streets and roads 2 inches or more in depth across many parts of the island just in the past two days. While ashfall has been a constant issue since the volcano first erupted, the amount of ashfall the last two days has been very heavy and is accumulating. Roofs will cave in where they have not been swept clean. Air quality the last two days has been very poor as you would expect, and visibility has been low. Volcanic lightning is increasing above the
main vent.

Because it is a holiday, i.e. Halloween, there have been hundreds of revelers arrive to party on the island as well as hundreds of tourists to watch the volcano. Trick or treaters are trudging through the ash-covered streets tonight to get their candy, seemingly oblivious to the loud and scary sounds of a roaring volcano that is now erupting and destroying part of the town where they are partying. To risk one’s life to party below a potentially lethal volcano
while it is erupting is hard to imagine. It is a fool’s paradise, I guess.

We are watching for a larger and more lethal eruptive event to occur on La Palma within a relatively short time. It’s not anywhere near being over yet.

See the current issue of the 

Watch and see!
The Watchman

spacer

Started streaming 3 hours ago

Earthquake ; Eruption for la palma spain, GMT Times 10.31.2021-11.1.2021 High Magnitude Earthquake Warning La Palma, Spain 🇪🇸 Today Eruption Times for today @ 13:00:00 GMT, 17:00:00 GMT, Between 10.31.2021 -11.1.202 expect a 5.0 + mg for La Palma, Spain because of 2017-TS3’s Large Diameter and High Angular Velocity and Rotational Velocities and Distance of 3,334,000 Miles. Between 11.1.2021 -11.14.2021 Expect a 7.0+ mg for La Palma, Spain November 11.9.2021 7.0+ ) Strong Eruption and High Magnitude because of 2019-XS close Distance of 334,000 Miles to the Surface of the Earth and its high Angular and Rotational Velocities. Earthquake ; Eruption GMT Times 10.31.2021- High Magnitude Earthquake Warning La Palma, Spain 🇪🇸 Today Eruption Times ☆ 2017-TS3 11.1.2021 La Palma, Spain Strong Eruption and High Magnitude Earthquake at 18:00:0022:00:00 GMT 2017-TS3 ☆2019-RU3: 3,560 Feet 80,893 A.Vel R.Vel 69,583 8.0+ mg Expected -High Magnitude Earthquake & Eruption Date & GMT Times For La Palma, Spain 🇪🇸 ☆2019-XS 11.3.2021-11.9.2021, 11.12.2021.Warning ⚠️( 5.0-8.0+) 300,000 Mile Distance

spacer

UPDATE: 10/31/2021; 6:31:54 PM

spacer