Prophecy Sign: Increase in earthquakes and volcanoes
It would appear the globe is being readied to be shaken, and tossed to and fro like a drunkard as time winds down to the end. This will all be part of the final 3 1/2 years of the coming Tribulation period when God finally pours out his wrath on an unrepentant mankind.
The earth reels like a drunkard, it sways like a hut in the wind; so heavy upon it is the guilt of its rebellion that it falls--never to rise again. Isaiah 24:20 NIV
Seismologists predict another Icelandic volcano is about to blow
The red-hot fountains of molten lava, glowing like wildfire, are nothing short of spectacular. Yet they could be ominous portents of things to come. For the second time in four nail-biting years, seismologists in the land of fire and ice, Iceland, are bracing for a monumental volcanic eruption that, once again, threatens to disrupt European air traffic. Back in 2010, the Eyjafjallajokull volcano, which melted through 200 metres of glacier, sent more than 200 million cubic metres of fine ash billowing almost 10 kilometres into the sky. As a result, several European countries were forced to ground or re-route thousands of flights for several days.
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'Megathrust' Earthquakes along Pacific Ring of Fire Predicted by Scientists
Megathrust earthquakes are likely to take place along the Ring of Fire in the basin of the Pacific Ocean, experts have said. Earthquakes measuring above magnitude 9 on the Richter scale can be produced by most subduction zones - where one tectonic plate moves under another - along the Ring of Fire, the researchers found. The research, published online by the Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, looked to calculate the "probable maximum earthquake magnitude within a time period of interest". They looked at the likelihood over various time periods, including 250, 500 and 10,000 years.
The Number Of Volcanic Eruptions Is Increasing And That Could Lead To An Extremely Cold Winter
The number of volcanoes that are erupting continues to rise, and scientists cannot seem to explain why this is happening. In 2013, we witnessed the most volcanic eruptions worldwide that we have ever seen in a single year, and this increased activity has carried over into 2014. In recent months, we have seen major volcanoes roar to life in Russia, Peru, Hawaii, Reunion Island, Indonesia, and all over Alaska. It is highly unusual for so many volcanoes to all be erupting at the same time. According to Volcano Discovery, a whopping 34 volcanoes are erupting around the globe right now.