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Friday, January 14, 2005

Get ready for the really big show

On Behalf Of TimeStar
Sent: Wednesday, January 12, 2005 12:05 AM
To: TimeStar Forecasts and Announcements
Subject: [TimeStar] Get ready for the really big show

With 911 conspiracy theories expressed, it's time to look at the really big show coming up with Planet Earth.  This show makes 911 look like a small stuff.  The tsunami in Asia caused by a 9.0 magnitude quake in Sumatra on December 26, 2004 is a sample of what could happen on the east coast of the Americas (North and South). 
The Teide volcano in the Canary Islands is showing signs of unrest this week (January 11).  The Canary Islands, which are sinking in the Atlantic are one of the locations that TimeStar forecast specified could cause catastrophic damage to the east coast of the Americas (North and South) and could be active in January and February. 
A large eruption began at Mt Popo in Mexico on January.  Mexico and Central America are other locations TimeStar specified for activity in January and February. 
TimeStar specified that Sumatra is a key point of earth changes in 1998 and, further, forecasts that major changes are yet to come from that part of the world.  
The TimeStar glyphs (pointers) had been on Indonesia and India during December when the Sumatra quake finally broke loose, while the location had been identified in 1998.  TimeStar named the east coast of the Americas on the axis with Sumatra that will be key points of earthquakes and volcanoes.  The precise date of a catastrophic event on the east coast is not yet clear, but it is only a matter of time. 
An article about volcanic tsunamis, which are tsunamis caused by volcanoes, is at the following link.

Teide Volcano (Canary Islands)
28.27 N, 16.64 W, summit elevation 3715 m, stratovolcano
Tuesday 11th January 2005
A report has been received of an increase in unrest at Tiede volcano in the Canary Islands over the past 2 weeks. Carbon dioxide emissions have risen from 75 to 354 tons per day. Hydrogen sulphide emissions have risen from 35 to 152 tons per day. Seismic activity remains elevated under the volcano. Fumaroles have increased in their pressure, and now emit sounds. There is no significant deformation of the land observed.
More on Teide volcano...

Popocatepetl Volcano (Mexico)
19.023 N, 98.622 W, summit elevation 5426 m, stratovolcano
Tuesday 11th January 2005
A large eruption occurred at Popocatepetl volcano on 9th January at 16:47 hours. Ash emission reached 5 km above the crater, followed by ashfall in surrounding towns. The intense phase of the eruption lasted 15 minutes and was followed by high frequency tremor. After the erruption Popocatepetl returned to its previous level of activity which consisted of low intensity emissions of steam, gas and occasionally small amounts of ash. The traffic light of volcanic alert is in YELLOW-1. Access is restricted in a radius of 12 km from the crater. 
More on Popocatepetl volcano...


The best thing to give to your enemy is forgiveness; to an opponent, tolerance; to a friend, your heart; to your child, a good example; to a father, deference; to your mother, conduct that will make her proud of you; to yourself, respect; to all men, charity. ~ Arthur J. Balfour



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