Posted on by Stewart
What Has Not Happened & What Will Happen
All the hype about the line up of planets combined with the CME from the Sun that was supposed to cause destruction yesterday, did not happen. Warnings for people to stay home and take shelter were all blown out of proportion. The same will be true in October when Elenin, or what is left of it, comes closest to the Earth.
Now, let me tell you what is likely to happen. Sometime in the near future, the El Hierro Volcano in the Canary Islands, will erupt. It has not done so since 1793. It is estimated that when it does, it could produce an affect on nearby Las Palmas Volcano that is quite precarious. The walls of that volcano are weak and ready to collapse, even if a moderate quake were to occur. There have been over 6000 quakes in the area since June.
Should that volcanic wall collapse, current estimates state that a wall of water over 300 feet/ 100 meters high, would rush over the coasts of Portugal and Northwest Africa. A tsunami of close to 200 feet/ 70 meters, would strike Ireland, western Britain and the northeast coast of South America. There could be a wave of 150 feet/ 50 meters that strikes the East Coast of North America. This water could travel up to 4.5 miles/ 8 km inland.
The Pacific Rim continues to be volatile and anything can happen at any time there. Again, be especially watchful along the US and Canada West Coasts, Alaska, Mexico and Japan.
There will be a lot of hype about events in the next few months. Some will be true, most not. It is a very exciting time to be on this planet, scary though it may be at times. But, we all came here to witness these shows, each for our own reasons. Those of you who come to our conference next month, will get an actual glimpse into the near future. Very cool!