Log in
 

Quotes

There will be very little gasoline. Stockholders were advised to keep their tanks filled.

John Jordan's List #63

Search Engine

Relevant Ads

Offshore Earthquakes Prelude to Volcanic Erruption? PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 April 2008 09:02

Recently I read an article about 600 small earthquakes that have taken place off the coast of Oregon. According to the scientists, this type of quake behavior happens right before a volcanic eruption.

Bishop Koyle talked about a long hard winter that happens before the mine comes in. Last year some people were shown in vision that we can expect 10 feet of snow along the Wasatch Front, with power being down for three weeks. Still others have been shown why this is such a horrendous storm, and it's because of the volcanoes on the west coast. It seems that enormous amounts of dirt and ash are released into the atmosphere when "multiple" volcanoes go off. This affects the weather in Utah, causing this storm to break all prior records.

Are we close to the time when these volcanoes go off? Only time will tell.

 


"GRANTS PASS, Oregon. - There have been more than 600 quakes over the past 10 days in a basin 150 miles southwest of Newport. The biggest was magnitude 5.4, and two others were more than magnitude 5.0, OSU reported. Scientists listening to underwater microphones have detected an unusual swarm of earthquakes off central Oregon, something that often happens before a volcanic eruption ? except there are no volcanoes in the area. "

Read the full article...


Comments made by article viewers:

"Being that I was born and have lived in Oregon almost all of my life, I can honestly say that there are many volcano's in this area of the PNW. We have Mt. Bachelor, Crater Lake, Mt. Hood, the Sisters mountains........and not to mention that Central Oregon has many lava beds and buttes from previous eruptions. No negativity here, just an FYI. The volcano's have been acting up for a year or so now, and I wouldn't be surprised if something did happen."


 

User Photos