La Palma and Planet X / Nibiru
Cumbre Vieja (Spanish: Old Summit) is an active although dormant volcanic ridge on the volcanic ocean island of Isla de La Palma in the Canary Islands, Spain, that erupted twice in the 20th century – in 1949, and again in 1971, according to Wikipedia.
La Palma Landslide Model – Specifics
To model the potential tsunami generated from a collapse of Cumbre Vieja, it’s best to consider a worst case scenario (in terms of slide volume)–a block of land that is 25 km long and 15 km wide that breaks away and spills westward into the deep ocean.
From 15 to 60 minutes later, waves sweep eastward through the rest of the Canary Islands and 50- to 100-meter waves make first landfall on the African mainland.
From three to six hours later, the tsunami expands across the Atlantic, retaining amplitude in an arc subtending more than 180 degrees. Toward the northeast, Spain and England experience 20- to 25-meter waves. This is the equivalent of a seven-story building.
Florida faces the tsunami as well. By the time it reaches Florida, the expected height would be 20 meters. All of these projections are from a very conservative academic study–the real results could be much more devastating.
This tsunami will go inland until the elevation of the land is higher than the tsunami.
According to the Daily Star:
“NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory has detected a massive sunspot called AR2665 that’s 74,560 miles wide – about 19 times bigger than Earth. Sunspots are dark regions which are cooler than the surrounding areas and are known to produce solar flares. And the spot could be about to release a deadly ray of radiation towards Earth.”
An X-class solar storm could erupt from this massive sunspot.
Guatemala’s Volcan de Fuego
This “Volcano of Fire’ became highly active on Monday, shooting ash into the sky to nearly 20,000 feet. The volcano stands at 12,500 feet and is one of the most active in Central America. Guatemala has 30 volcanoes and this one is on the verge of a serious eruption.
Quick facts on the volcano:
- It is located 25 miles southwest of Guatemala City
- It is one of the most active volcanoes in the world
- The earliest eruptions reported date back to AD 1524
- The last major eruption was 1974
My book, Planet X – The 2017 Arrival, reveals everything.
These major earth changes are not surprising in the least. The Electric Universe Theory considers the criticality of electric currents in the Universe, based on recognition of existing natural electrical phenomena, such as St. Elmo’s Fire and lightning. The known properties of plasmas (ionized gases) make up 99% of our Universe and react strongly to electromagnetic fields. The Planet X system is a dark star with satellites and thus possesses the ability to influence both our sun and the earth. I think the mainstream media are now “prepping” us for Planet X.
The views expressed in this article are entirely the writer's own.