Prophecy Sign: Increasing Earthquake and Volcanic activity
God seems to be holding back all these major seismic and volcanic events that could result in major disasters. When the time comes, (The Day of the Lord - Tribulation), he will stop holding back.
"This is what the LORD Almighty says: 'In a little while I will once more shake the heavens and the earth, the sea and the dry land. Haggai 2:6 NIV
Iceland's Hekla volcano eruption could spark 'major disaster' at any moment, experts warn
A volcano in Iceland could prompt a "major disaster" with an eruption at any moment, a geophysics expert has warned. Located in the southern part of the country, Hekla last erupted in 2000 and scientists say another could be due - potentially causing widespread disruption to flights across the continent. And geophysics professor Páll Einarsson, from the University of Iceland, warned people not to travel to the volcano, which is popular with tourists. According to the professor, readings from inside the volcano are higher than before its last two eruptions, meaning it could blow at any minute after 16 years of silence. “Hekla is a dangerous volcano," he told Icelandic news website Visit.is.
Southern California Time Bomb: The Ground Surrounding The San Andreas Fault Is ‘Rising And Sinking’
If you reside on the west coast, you are living on borrowed time. As you will see below, stress has been building up along the San Andreas fault for more than a century, and scientists tell us that southern California is way overdue for a major earthquake. When that stress is finally released, the U.S. Geological Survey says that we could be looking at hundreds of billions of dollars in damage.
California's San Andreas Fault is definitely moving. Could an earthquake be next?
“While the San Andreas GPS data has been publicly available for more than a decade, the vertical component of the measurements had largely been ignored in tectonic investigations because of difficulties in interpreting the noisy data,” Samuel Howell, lead author on the study and a PhD candidate at the University of Hawaii, said in a statement. “Using this technique, we were able to break down the noisy signals to isolate a simple vertical motion pattern that curiously straddled the San Andreas Fault,” he added. The capability to measure this kind of motion is groundbreaking and crucial to public safety. This tectonic motion and subsequent stress has the potential to unleash a potentially catastrophic 7.0 magnitude earthquake.