The Changing Face of Planet Earth

We are all becoming experts on the physical changing planet Earth is experiencing especially in an area called the Pacific Ring of Fire. Back in 1995, when Crystalinks began, I blogged that through the years Earth changes would accelerate with greater frequency and intensity, affecting populated areas.

Some people follow these events, while others do not pay attention until they hit home ... and something will. Along with this we find extreme changes in weather patterns globally, all part of what I call the end times of this reality. The planet is rocking and rolling as if a wake-up call. Follow your intuition.

In 2006 I read a woman who left the US and moved to New Zealand to pursue a career in media. At the time I warned her that NZ will soon be hit with powerful earthquake activity, but I knew she didn't process what I was saying, as she was not ready. Last week she and I spoke again. She described her terrifying experience September 4, 2010 during the 7.1 Canterbury earthquake and wondered what I saw coming up.

Globally, the tectonic plates are broken, therefore there is no going back - things are destined to accelerate, it's just a matter of time. This is the way a program is created, and how it evolves back into extinction and light. As a result of the shifting of the plates, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, and all things related, occur.

November 2010 ...

Today the world watches as another event in the Ring of Fire ignites into action ... Mount Merapi ... awakening sleeping consciousness by bringing messages that cannot be ignored.

Speaking of volcanoes, it is important to know that there 6 known Supervolcanoes on the planet. In the US we find: Yellowstone, Long Valley, and Valles Caldera. In Sumatra we find Lake Toba. Also in Indonesia is Taupo Volcano, North Island, New Zealand. My client really needs to watch out for that. The 6th volcano, also in the Pacific Ring of Fire, is Aira Caldera in very seismic Japan. Eruptions typically cover huge areas with lava and volcanic ash and cause a long-lasting change to weather (such as the triggering of a small ice age) sufficient to threaten the extinction of species.

Mount Merapi Erupts

Mount Merapi, Gunung Merapi (literally Mountain of Fire in Indonesian/Javanese), is an active stratovolcano located on the border between Central Java and Yogyakarta, Indonesia. It is the most active volcano in Indonesia and has erupted regularly since 1548. It is located approximately 28 km north of Yogyakarta city, and thousands of people live on the flanks of the volcano, with villages as high as 1700 m above sea level.

The name Merapi could be loosely translated as 'Mountain of Fire' from the Javanese combined words; Gunung means "mountain" and api means "fire". Smoke can be seen emerging from the mountaintop at least 300 days a year, and several eruptions have caused fatalities. Hot gas from a large explosion killed 27 people on November 22 in 1994, mostly in the town of Muntilan, west of the volcano. Another large eruption occurred in 2006, shortly before the Yogyakarta earthquake. In light of the hazards that Merapi poses to populated areas, it has been designated as one of the Decade Volcanoes.

Shrouded, in the Shadow of Merapi   National Geographic - November 7, 2010
The Indonesian volcano exploded violently Thursday night, more than doubling its recent death toll and cloaking villages nearly 10 miles (15 kilometers) away in shades of gray, the Associated Press reported. Streaking downhill at up to 60 miles (97 kilometers) an hour, pyroclastic flows - searing, ground-hugging mixtures of ash and toxic gas—are responsible for the 60 or more fatalities uncovered Thursday and Friday, according to the AP.

Move to airlift Malaysians as Merapi volcano rumbles on   BBC - November 7, 2010
Malaysia has moved to airlift hundreds of its nationals from Indonesia as Mount Merapi volcano continues its massive eruption.It sent three C-130 transport aircraft to Solo airport to collect 664 stranded Malaysians, many of them students.Some airlines have stopped flying to Jakarta over fears of ash damage.

  Mount Merapi Erupts November 2010   Google Videos