The Yellowstone supervolcano and Planet X / Nibiru
2.1 million years ago, 1.3 million years ago and 640,000 years ago, Yellowstone erupted. Moving forward, in the last two weeks the Park has had 878 earthquakes. The average per year so far is only 1,000-2,000. What is happening?
Events began last year. The Shoshone River, near the Park, started boiling and the water changed color and emitted a sulfuric odor. Nearby witnesses were heard to comment, “We are all going to die.”
Then a 5.8-magnitude earthquake shook western Montana this year, leaving many concerned about the National Park in the area. The earthquake was 8.4 miles in depth and was pinpointed roughly 33 miles northwest of Helena, the US Geological Survey reported.
This spike in seismic activity in Yellowstone is so incredibly alarming because geologists tell us that a full-blown eruption of the supervolcano would have 2,000 times the power of the Mount St. Helens volcanic eruption of 1980. Two-thirds of the US would be uninhabitable.
Here are the after-effects of a Yellowstone eruption:
- Within 100 miles, complete death and destruction
- The ash cloud would be 10 feet high for thousands of miles
- Food growing and planting would be impossible in the affected region
- Worldwide, we would have a two-year global food supply collapse
- Temperatures around the world would plummet 20 degrees
- Famines would be widespread
Electromagnetic and gravitational forces of Planet X are disturbing the natural cycle of our sun, heating the earth’s core. My book Planet X – The 2017 Arrival explains the correlations and pinpoints the dates we can expect.
The Yellowstone magma chamber extends down 465 miles. It is huge and this is the danger. Check out this video:
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