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Tuesday, April 1, 2014

12 signs that something big is happening to the Earth’s crust under North and South America

Prophecy Sign:  Increasing earthquake and volcanic activity 


There is a theory called the crustal displacement theory which suggests that the underlying plates that make up the crust of the earth could become unhinged very quickly and the plates could be shifted about in very quick fashion.  Some believe this may have been the case during the great flood of Noah as the antediluvian land mass of the pre-flood world was broken into the continents we see today.  The speculation is that this same process will once again occur during the later part of the Tribulation, with the continents pulling together.  The book of Revelation describes an event that seems to fit this theory.

Then there came flashes of lightning, rumblings, peals of thunder and a severe earthquake. No earthquake like it has ever occurred since mankind has been on earth, so tremendous was the quake. Every island fled away and the mountains could not be found. Revelation 16:19,21 NIV

12 signs that something big is happening to the Earth’s crust under North and South America
Why are fault lines and volcanoes all over North and South America suddenly waking up?  Are we moving into a time when major earthquakes and volcanic eruptions will become much more common?  For the past several decades, we have been extremely fortunate to have experienced a period of extremely low seismic activity along the west coast of the United States. You see, the west coast lies right along the infamous Ring of Fire.  Approximately 75 percent of all the volcanoes in the world are on the Ring of Fire, and approximately 90 percent of all global earthquakes occur along the Ring of Fire. Scientists tell us that it is inevitable that "the Big One" will hit California someday, but people have gotten very apathetic about this because things have been so quiet out there for so many years.  Well, now it appears that things are changing in a big way - and not just along the California coast.

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