Without a doubt, earthquakes have been increasing dramatically in the last few years. They have been with us since God created the world. The Lord has used earthquakes for His own means many times in the Old Testament and will continue to use them for His will until the very end. Some of them in the future will be catastrophic. The word ‘earthquake’ appears in exactly 13 verses in the bible. Thirteen is the number for rebellion; quite fitting.
And there were voices, and thunders, and lightnings; and there was a great earthquake, such as was not since men were upon the earth, so mighty an earthquake, and so great. Rev. 16:18
In recent years it has been discovered that earthquakes happen most of the time during planetary conjunctions within our solar system. These conjunctions can super charge the electromagnetism within the surrounding area causing a rupture within the earths fault lines. Most everything the Lord accomplishes is done by natural means. The SSGEOS is a research institute for monitoring geometry between celestial bodies related to seismic activity and they have been very accurate since I started following them. Their latest update is suggesting a very large to mega thrust for the first week in March. You can access the video here:
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SKAFTAFELL, Iceland — Just north of here, on the far side of the impenetrable Vatnajokull ice sheet, lava is spewing from a crack in the earth on the flanks of Bardarbunga, one of Iceland’s largest volcanoes.
By volcanologists’ standards, it is a peaceful eruption, the lava merely spreading across the landscape as gases bubble out of it. For now, those gases — especially sulfur dioxide, which can cause respiratory and other problems — are the main concern, prompting health advisories in the capital, Reykjavik, 150 miles to the west, and elsewhere around the country.
But sometime soon, the top of Bardarbunga, which lies under as much as half a mile of ice, may erupt explosively. That could send plumes of gritty ash into the sky that could shut down air travel across Europe because of the damage the ash can do to jet engines. And it could unleash a torrent of glacial meltwater that could wipe out the only road connecting southern Iceland to the capital.
All of that could happen. Then again, it may not.
Such are the mysteries of volcanoes that more than four months after Bardarbunga began erupting, scientists here are still debating what will happen next. The truth is, no one really knows.
About 40 earthquakes have been observed in Bárðarbunga during the past 24 hours. A few were between magnitude 4 and 5. The largest occurred in the northeastern caldera rim at 13:36 yesterday of magnitude 4.4. A few quakes have been observed in the dike intrusion, all below magnitude 2. The eruption was visible on web cameras last night and seems to be of similar strength as during past days.
Will the Typhoon inflict further damage to the already badly crippled Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant?
Super Typhoon Vongfong, in the western Pacific Ocean, is the Earth’s strongest storm so far this year. It’s also the planet’s most powerful storm since 2013’s Super Typhoon Haiyan, which killed thousands in the Philippines last November.
Vongfong’s winds are now about 170 mph, down slightly from a peak Tuesday of 180 mph. It’s still equivalent to a Category 5 hurricane.
Volcanologist Thorvaldur Thordarson, who is nearby, says clear that the eruption has changed; the eruption is now spreading to a new fissures, closer to the Dyngjujokull glacier. Large new surface cracks have been observed there in the last days, and a small rift valley (graben) has formed, which extends under the glacier.