Thursday, November 04, 2010

Grimsvötn Iceland 2004 Indian Ocean Quake Tsunami

In ancient times of the Vikings, Celts and the Gauls November, December to January were considered times of potential disaster. They had good reason to know that these three months could bring catastrophic change, because the times they lived in were a lot more unstable.

Our ancestors had knowledge and experience we have lost, because like Industrial Hemp fibers their knowledge was outlawed .. their knowledge was criminalized as being 'against God'. At that time suppression came from the laws of a single growing religious dominance spreading out across Europe.

In a rapidly changing world the people who knew what they knew were called 'pagans', ignorant and misguided. Earthquakes and volcanic eruptions became 'the will of God' rather than an astronomical event.

For at least the last thousands years humans experienced relatively calm temperate climates, less devastating earthquakes than those experienced in the distant past and less devastating volcanic eruptions than our early ancestors experienced. Gradually, people were told that their early ancestors were primitive, superstitious, pagan-god worshipers who knew nothing about the world they lived in.

Yet, all around Europe very ancient standing stones, dolmens and stonehenges mirror star alignments, marking the rising and the setting of the sun and cycles of the moon .. these are Archeoastronomy sites (many were destroyed), and they show another clue to the knowledge of our forefathers than told to us by ?? whoever made up the crap people are taught today.

It appears that the world is once more entering a long cycle of chaotic upheaval and sudden change, as was experienced by our early ancestors. If I am correct, then it would be a good idea to rediscover the ancient Archeo-astronomy and apply it to our experience, rather than become frozen with fear.

For example, if you knew that certain Earth Sun positions, at certain times of the year would increase the potential for devastating earthquakes and serious volcanic eruptions .. then that knowledge would become part of how you deal with the situation. It may even become part of how you prepare.

Thank you to the website for triggering this realization. As I was reading the wealth of information they have gathered together, suddenly everything fell into place ..

Grimsvötn Iceland 2004 Indian Ocean Quake Tsunami
Iceland, November 2004 - Grimsvötn suddenly erupted .. The eruption started at the subglacial Grimsvotn volcano in the Vatnajokull ice cap on November 1st - with eruptions lasting five days.

Grimsvötn is considered Iceland's most active volcano, which will erupt once or twice every ten to fifteen years. The eruptions are not massive - nothing like Eyjafjallajokull and certainly not as dangerous as Katla. Grimsvötn could be viewed as an early-warning ..

Sumatra - December 26, 2004 .. an undersea megathrust earthquake struck the Indian Ocean. The magnitude 9.3 quake triggered a massive wave whose devasting tsunami killed tens of thousands of coastal dwellers in eleven countries bordering the Indian Ocean.

Apparently, these events were unrelated. Scientists claimed they were too far apart in terms of physical location and timing of activity to have any connection. Grimsvötn, Iceland erupts November 1, 2004 .. Sumatra in the Indian Ocean experiences an earthquake December 26, 2004 .. How can those events be related?

Stop and look at what is happening in 2010 and you may begin to see the relationship. The two areas once again show signs of activity in November; but it is the other way round and the events are closer together. This is why I suspect tilt of the Earth (season) as well as the position of the Earth and the Sun [perhaps the moon also].

We are looking again at 'quake tsunami' in Indonesia as Grimsvötn begins to show signs of activity in Iceland. On October 25, 2010 a magnitude 7.7 earthquake rattled the coast of Indonesia setting off a localised tsunami, while on October 25, 2010 Indonesia's Mount Merapi volcano erupts violently, has continued to erupt and is still erupting as I write. This is the 11th day of eruptions as significant earthquakes continue to rattle Indonesian waters with a magnitude 6.0 on November 3 and a magnitude 5.4 on November 4, 2010.

In Iceland around October 31, 2010 there have been indications that Grimsvötn volcano was becoming active again since its last eruptions in November 2004. Rivers show signs that ice is melting as a magnitude 3.0 earthquake wakens Grimsvötn .. 3 days later a magnitude 3.0 earthquake registered at Iceland's Katla volcano.

Here are two regions of the world showing signs of activity in November .. again .. so there has to be a relationship. That relationship is the hidden third factor. I think our early ancestors knew the 'third factor'. This is related to astronomical and Earth magnetic cycles as well as Sun magnetic cycles. Activity in Indonesia and activity in Iceland are not unrelated, because a third unseen principle is affecting these two locations beginning October/November.

This does not mean that every November-January period will bring catastrophic change or devastation. This does not mean that Grimsvötn in Iceland will erupt followed by some kind of earthquake or tsunami or disaster around the world by December/January. This simply means that here is a pattern, playing itself out in seasonal = astronomical cycles.

It means that understanding the pattern allows us to deal with the effects in a different way. Everything in this universe is related and we are a part of that relationship.