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Climate Chaos 2019 Triggering Volcanoes?


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Climate Chaos 2019 Triggering Volcanoes?

2019-01-01

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There were over 11 trigger points on January 1, 2019 

These trigger points are very close to volcanoes. Dormant or not? Whether they are manipulating the weather by using microwave weapons from the ground or up in space the  10 km depth trends proves very close. It is starting high for the year 2019 with 11 counted 10 km depth earthquakes. What does that say about the year of 2019.

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Climate Chaos 2019 Triggering Volcanoes? Part 1



Climate Chaos 2019 Triggering Volcanoes? Part 2



Trigger Points       Location of Volcanoes

Greece
Date & time: Tue, 1 Jan 11:40:06 UTC - 12 hours ago
Magnitude: 4.8
Depth: 10.0 km
Epicenter latitude / longitude: 34.68°N / 23.79°E
Nearest volcano: Milos (230 km)
Primary data source: GFZ

Tue, 1 Jan
Tue, 1 Jan 11:40 UTC M 4.8 / 10 km CRETE, GREECE [Map] EMSC
Tue, 1 Jan 11:40 UTC M 4.4 / 5 km GIRIT ADASI (MEDITERRANEAN SEA) [Map] KOERI-RETMC
Tue, 1 Jan 11:40 UTC M 4.6 / 12.3 km 34 Km SW from Gavdhos [Map] NOA_HL
Tue, 1 Jan 11:40 UTC

stratovolcanoes, phreatic craters, lava domes 748 m
Greece, 36.67°N / 24.48°E

Go to https://www.volcanodiscovery.com/earthquakes/quake-info/2212517/M4-Tue-1-Jan-Crete-Greece.html




Indonesia

 Tuesday January 1 2019, 12:25:34 UTC 298km S of Citotok, Indonesia  4.9 10.0

Date & time: Tue, 1 Jan 12:25:34 UTC
Magnitude: 4.9
Depth: 10.0 km
Epicenter latitude / longitude: 10.41°S / 108.59°E
Nearest volcano: Papandayan (356 km)
Primary data source: EMSC


https://www.volcanodiscovery.com/earthquakes/quake-info/2212553/M4-Tue-1-Jan--SOUTH-OF-JAVA-INDONESIA.html

https://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=736265



Papandayan volcano
stratovolcano 2665 m / 8,743 ft.
West Java, Indonesia, -7.32°S / 107.73°E
Current status: normal or dormant (1 out of 5)


Alaska

Tuesday January 1 2019, 13:25:36 UTC 60km SSW of Kaktovik, Alaska  2.3 10.0
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Date & time: Tue, 1 Jan 13:25:36 UTC
Local time at epicenter: 2019-01-01 04:25:36 -09:00
Magnitude: 2.3
Depth: 10.0 km
Epicenter latitude / longitude: 69.6545°N / 144.3942°W
Nearest volcano: Buzzard Creek (645 km)
Primary data source: USGS

Nearest volcano: Buzzard Creek (645 km)
Buzzard Creek volcano
Tuff rings 830 m / 2,723 ft
United States, Eastern Alaska, 64.07°N / -148.42°W
Current status: normal or dormant (1 out of 5) | Reports
Buzzard Creek volcano books


Puerto Rico

Date & time: Tue, 1 Jan 17:59:48 UTC
Local time at epicenter: 2019-01-01 13:59:48 -04:00
Magnitude: 1.9
Depth: 10.0 km
Epicenter latitude / longitude: 17.915°N / 65.8873°W
Nearest volcano: Saba (283 km)
Primary data source: USGS

Stratovolcano 887 m / 2,910 ft
West Indies, Netherlands, 17.63°N / -63.23°W



Honduras

Tuesday January 1 2019, 18:17:45 UTC 40km NW of Guanaja, Honduras  4.3 10.0
location

Date & time: Tue, 1 Jan 18:17:45 UTC - 22 hours ago
Magnitude: 4.3
Depth: 10.0 km
Epicenter latitude / longitude: 16.68°N / 86.15°W
Nearest volcano: Utila (100 km)
Primary data source: EMSC


Utila volcano
pyroclastic cones 74 m / 243 ft
Honduras, 16.1°N / -86.9°W
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Climate Chaos Lots of Earthquakes in Indonesia and Tropic storm Pabuk

 2019-01-01
10 km  depth earthquake Trend

Stage Collapsing Trend     Bridge Collapsing Trend       Volcano Trend

Anak Krakatau Volcano, Indonesia
Mount Etna Volcano, Italy
Volcanoes blamed for earthquakes


Climate Chaos Lots of Earthquakes in Indonesia and Tropic storm Pabuk


Today is a very quiet day for earthquake but there are areas where has not had earthquakes in quite some time like in Iran.

10 km depth earthquakes continues today Greece, Iran and Indonesia and over 11 times. Are these trigger points from something up above in the skies?  From Tuesday January 1 2019, 07:02:44 UTC until the Greece Earthquake at 11:40:05 UTC the Earth was quiet almost 5 hours of quietness.


10 km Depth Earthquakes Trend
Below are the earthquakes as they occurred in order:

Tuesday January 1 2019, 04:17:46 UTC 6km ESE of Jackson, Missouri 1.8 11.1 km depth

Tuesday January 1 2019, 07:02:44 UTC 49km NW of Aguadilla, Puerto Rico 2.9 10.0

Tuesday January 1 2019, 11:40:05 UTC 54km SSE of Palaiochora, Greece 4.8 10.0
 Tuesday January 1 2019, 12:25:34 UTC 298km S of Citotok, Indonesia 4.9 10.0
Tuesday January 1 2019, 13:25:36 UTC 60km SSW of Kaktovik, Alaska 2.3 10.0
Tuesday January 1 2019, 13:26:24 UTC 47km ENE of Seeley Lake, Montana 1.0 10.2

Tuesday January 1 2019, 13:58:07 UTC 16km S of Mariposa, California 1.6 11.2

Tuesday January 1 2019, 16:39:16 UTC 20km NNE of Borazjan, Iran 4.5 10.0
Tuesday January 1 2019, 17:59:48 UTC 9km S of Emajagua, Puerto Rico 1.9 10.0
Tuesday January 1 2019, 18:17:45 UTC 40km NW of Guanaja, Honduras 4.3 10.0
Tuesday January 1 2019, 19:22:46 UTC 300km S of Citotok, Indonesia 4.4 10.0


Eastern Part Earthquake Trend

Tropical Storm Pabuk causing flooding while there are  lots of earthquakes nears the Indonesia zone. The following Earthquakes ocured near the same geographical area in Europe and Middle East.

1. Greece
Tuesday January 1 2019, 11:40:05 UTC 54km SSE of Palaiochora, Greece 4.8 10.0
2.Afghanistan
Tuesday January 1 2019, 15:41:04 UTC 25km SE of Jarm, Afghanistan 4.2 234.6

3.Iran
Tuesday January 1 2019, 16:39:16 UTC 20km NNE of Borazjan, Iran 4.5 10.0


4.Italy
Tuesday January 1 2019, 18:37:47 UTC 4km SSW of Trasacco, Italy 4.2 16.2

Tuesday January 1 2019, 04:19:17 UTC 2km SSE of Aurora, Philippines 4.6 43.7

Tuesday January 1 2019, 06:34:48 UTC 92km ESE of Pondaguitan, Philippines 4.3 76.9

Tuesday January 1 2019, 11:55:01 UTC 88km WSW of Banda Aceh, Indonesia 4.9 40.2

Tuesday January 1 2019, 15:41:04 UTC 25km SE of Jarm, Afghanistan 4.2 234.6

Tuesday January 1 2019, 16:25:37 UTC 94km SSE of Habibola, Indonesia 5.0 70.1

Tuesday January 1 2019, 16:39:16 UTC 20km NNE of Borazjan, Iran 4.5 10.0

Tuesday January 1 2019, 18:37:47 UTC 4km SSW of Trasacco, Italy 4.2 16.2

Tuesday January 1 2019, 19:22:46 UTC 3 hours ago 300km S of Citotok, Indonesia 4.4 10.0

Tuesday January 1 2019, 20:24:38 UTC 2 hours ago 110km SSE of Muara Siberut, Indonesia 5.2 31.7



Deep Earthquake Trend Fiji

Tuesday January 1 2019, 05:58:52 UTC 16 hours ago 100km E of Ndoi Island, Fiji 4.8 477.7


Puerto Rico Earthquakes Trends
current time 5:12 pm central time

Tuesday January 1 2019, 07:02:44 UTC 15 hours ago 49km NW of Aguadilla, Puerto Rico 2.9 10.0

Tuesday January 1 2019, 11:22:00 UTC 11 hours ago 5km ENE of Mayaguez, Puerto Rico 2.5 77.0
Tuesday January 1 2019, 12:43:11 UTC 10 hours ago 13km SSE of La Parguera, Puerto Rico 1.7 16.0
Tuesday January 1 2019, 17:59:48 UTC 5 hours ago 9km S of Emajagua, Puerto Rico 1.9 10.0



Read previous trend

Unusual Deep Earthquake Trend December 2018
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Volcano references
https://www.volcanodiscovery.com/krakatau/news/72694/Krakatoa-volcano-Sunda-Strait-Indonesia-fresh-aerial-image-showing-the-island-s-dramatic-change-in-s.html

Disasterous   Stage Collapse near water trend

 2019-01-01

Stage Collapsing Trend     Bridge Collapsing Trend       Volcano Trend

Anak Krakatau Volcano, Indonesia
Mount Etna Volcano, Italy
Volcanoes blamed for earthquakes
Volcano blamed for tsunami. According to some reports, there was no earthquake:

There was no earth-shaking warning before a wall of water rushed ashore under the cover of darkness in Indonesia on Saturday, killing more than 437 people, and injuring hundreds more. Unlike many large tsunamis, this one was not caused by an earthquake. Instead, experts think that a nearby volcanic eruption triggered an underwater landslide, which pushed the wall of water towards the shore.

 It is being reported as of December 31, 2018 that the tsunami on December 22 " triggered by the eruption of Anak Krakatau volcano and the ensuing underwater landslide, also destroyed 2,752 houses and 510 ships." The numbers injured keeps on climbing from 7,202 to 14,059 as reported last Friday December 28 . The statistics of displaced people has been 40, 386. The giant wave hit the worst the area of Pandeglang district of Banten province.Location found at Lat.: 6°32'S / Lon.: 105°47'E / Altitude: 7m

The tsunami hit around 9:30PM local time, when many residents and visitors were relaxing near the beach on the islands of Java and Sumatra, on either side of the Sunda Strait, a narrow body of water that links the Indian Ocean to the Java Sea. The most likely culprit for the destruction is a volcano in the middle of the strait, Anak Krakatau. Earlier in December, the active volcano sputtered, sending ash clouds high into the atmosphere, but on Saturday it offered no obvious warning of the danger that was to come roiling off its flanks, leaving hundreds of people directly in the tsunami’s destructive path.


During the Indonesia tsunami a  band called Seventeen was hit hard while on stage.  While performing on stage a huge wave sweeps through stage, killing bassist and road stage manager. It makes one wonder how safe are these performances near water. In your opinion is it coincidences or something more sinister about these disastrous events.


There is footage caught on video while waves wipe out open-air stage and hurl band members into audience at beach resort .

This is very similar to that in Spain on August 13, 2018.

A day earlier than the Genoa Bridge collapse, a stage fell into the pier in 'O Marisquiño' event in Vigo on's northwest coast of Spain.The stage collapse injured more than 300 during an urban music festival in Spain.Boardwalk collapses in Spanish city during concert, 313

Since the tsunami hit on December 22, 2018 there has been several large Earthquake in Indonesia and now the .


 Bridge Collapsing Trend into the Sea during Music Festival Spain   Saturday 2018-08-25

Boardwalk collapses in Spanish city during concert, 313

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