SOTT Earth Changes Summary – September 2015: Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs

It’s also very important at this time, to stay well grounded to the Earth Mother. Make it part of your daily routine send out feelings of love, gratitude, praise, calmness, peace, serenity and conscious evolution to the planetary collective of nature spirits, elementals, ancestral spirits and human souls.
We are the ONES Gaia has been waiting for, let’s get busy holding sacred space for Earth changes to manifest as safely as possible for all living BEings.
All my love, blessings and aloha! Annette
Comment: Please note that due to planetary/climate chaos increasing month by month, we can only show a limited selection of global events. Considering that these ‘localized’ events, multiplied many times over, are occurring simultaneously all over the planet, the scale of destruction and impact on people’s lives becomes almost unimaginable.



No matter the season or ‘normal’ climate, these days vehicles, homes and people are being washed away in deluges – the world over – on a regular basis. Forget “one month’s average rainfall falling within hours” – last month, TWO MONTHS’ average rainfall fell within a day and turned parts of southern Japan into inland seas. In the US, Utah experienced its worst ever flash-flooding, and the entire Eastern Seaboard was soaked with up to a foot of rain. This month, we also have clips of deluges in Spain, France, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Norway, Thailand, Taiwan, China, Sierra Leone, and New Zealand.

Violent volcanic eruptions in Japan, Mexico, Nicaragua, and Indonesia foreshadowed a massive 8.3 magnitude earthquake off Chile, which sent a 4.5 meter tsunami crashing into the coast and causing widespread damage. Hailstones the size of footballs fell in Naples, Italy. Brisbane, Australia, was buried in up to 4 inches (8cm) of hail, while a gigantic hole opened up on a nearby beach and swallowed a campsite. The rate of meteor fireball sightings continues to increase; in September there were spectacular sightings over Bangkok and Los Angeles.



Wildfires continue burning up much of California, which last month saw its ‘third-largest’ wildfire in history as whole towns were consumed and tens of thousands of residents were forced to flee. The other major outbreak of wildfires on the planet in September occurred in Indonesia, from where a smoky haze enveloped much of southeast Asia for the second time in three years. ‘Slash-and-burn’ farming is being blamed, but the fires occur in peatlands that release lots of methane, leaving us wondering if the primary fuel source for these fires is coming up from below.

Extreme weather also hit the Middle East, which was engulfed in an ‘unprecedented’ sandstorm that stretched from Iraq to Cyprus and south to Saudi Arabia. A tragic and incredibly symbolic event occurred in the heart of Islam’s ‘holy city’ on the 14th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, when a powerful and unusual thunderstorm descended on Mecca and winds blew a large construction crane belonging to Bin Laden Construction onto the Grand Mosque. 111 people were killed and hundreds more injured.

These were the signs of the times in September 2015…

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TBW News October week 1: Devastating floods and storms


Typhoon Mujigae hits land in South China…
Satellite Movie Shows Hurricane Joaquin in the Bahamas…
Part 1 Compilation Flooding in Charleston,SC a
Part 2- Typhoon Mujigae & Tornado Hits Southern
GPM 3-D Flyby of Choi-Wan
Conred mantiene monitoreo en Volcán de Fuego–TRK8
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Signs Of Change 2015 Part 6 September | Devastating Deluge ~ HawkkeyDavisChannel

Warning: This Video Contains Graphic Content Viewer Discretion Advised..
Destructive weather has struck all over the globe in recent weeks as climate chaos shows its ugly face.
Rare, strange, extreme and record breaking weather events have taken place over the past month or so, and this is just the beginning!

Thanks for watching and stay safe!
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This series does not mean the world is ending! These are documentaries of a series of extreme weather events which are leading to bigger earth changes. If you’re following the series, then you’re seeing the signs. It’s much more than one video!

Tropical Storm Erika causes dangerous flash flooding in Dominica…

40 die in flash flood in North Korea…

Rare Hurricane for Cape Verde Islands…

Apocalyptical hailstorm kills 3 and floods Ecatepec and Coacalco, State of Mexico…

3 major hurricanes in Pacific may be first in recorded history…

Giant fireball explodes in the sky over Bingol in Turkey in a loud boom and creates rain of meteorites…

Officials monitor expanding Russian sinkhole…

Mystery fireball lights up sky over Bangkok…

Italian coast pummelled by hailstones the size of ping pong balls…

Scores of cars, trucks washed away as torrential floods hit southern Spain (VIDEO) sept 8…

Italy: bad weather hits the south…

Heavy flooding in Sicily submerges cars…

Dust storm engulfs the Middle East…

Massive floods in Japan: Houses washed away, helicopters rescue residents

Crane collapse moment at Grand Mosque (Kabe) in Mecca during a freak storm. At least 87 people have died and over 180 injured.…

Massive sandstorm continues to envelope Middle East…

Japan’s largest volcano Mount Aso erupts, shooting ash & billowing smoke into sky…

20 Dead After Devastating Flooding Near Utah-Arizona Border; Child Remains Missing…

Meteor caught on cam over Quezon City Philippines…

Sierra Leoneans ordered to stay at home due to floods…

Thailand’s Pattaya declared a disaster zone after flooding

Mysterious Iridescent ‘End of Times’ Cloud Phenomenon Spotted in Costa Rica…

8.3 magnitude Chile quake leaves two dead…/8-3-magnitude-earthquake-hits-o…

Cooler weather and rain aid firefighters to battle California wildfire…

Mexico’s Colima Volcano Erupts Again…

Big aftershock hit Chile without claiming any more victims…

Bodrum, Turkey floods wash away cars…

Mt. Sinabung Shows Increasing Volcanic Activity…

Storm disaster declared on Greek island of Skopelos…

No Hurricanes in Western Atlantic Yet for First Time Since 1914…

Stunning Images of Supermoon Eclipse Captivate Millions Around World…
Giant sinkhole opens up on Australia beach

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Peak of the Furnace Volcano Erupts for 3rd Time

Lava erupts from the Piton de la Fournaise “Peak of the Furnace” volcano…

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Papua New Guinea’s Manam volcano erupts violently, ejects 12 mile high ash plume

Manam Volcano
July 2015PAPUA, NG – The Manam volcano in Papua New Guinea sent up a major eruption on Friday, local time, and the first of its kind in almost 11 years. Volcanic ash was sent 19,812 meters (65,000 feet) into the air as a result of the eruption, the Australian Bureau of Meteorology reported in a volcanic ash advisory. The plume was moving to the southwest but was spreading out in all directions. A Code Red aviation advisory was issued as a result. The eruption was reported around 1 p.m. Friday, local time (11 p.m. EDT). The last major eruption of Manam, located 13 kilometers (8 miles) off the northern coast of Papua New Guinea, occurred in August 2004, according to the Global Volcanism Program at the Smithsonian Institution. The Manam volcano is 1,807 meters (5,927 feet) high. –Accuweather

Growing unrest: volcanoes rumble and are shaken by earthquakes from Mexico to the Philippines

Popo Volcano
July 2015 GEOLOGY – Mexico’s National Disaster Prevention Centre said in its daily report that the volcano registered a total of 80 low intensity exhalations and six explosions yesterday, releasing plumes of smoke between 1.5 and two kilometers high. Authorities are urging people not to get close to the volcano and particularly to its crater. Popocatepetl is the second tallest volcano in Mexico and is in the centre of the country. –TVNZ
Quake near Alaska’s Redoubt Volcano: A 6.3-magnitude earthquake has struck in Alaska, some 42 miles southwest of the active Redoubt Volcano, the US Geological Survey (USGS) has said. Notably, the earthquake also struck near Mt. Katmai, the site of the largest volcanic eruption of the 20th century. The epicenter was 9 miles south of Mt. Iliamna, another volcano in the area, the Alaska Dispatch News reported. According to the USGS, the quake hit about 141 miles southwest of Anchorage. The agency is forecasting “very light damage.” The earthquake was originally reported as having a magnitude of 6.2, but was later revised up slightly. USGS reported two minor tremors prior to the 6.3 magnitude one. Although the quake did not strike far from the Redoubt Volcano, there’s nothing to suggest activity has been triggered by the quake. There have been four confirmed eruptions at the volcano since the 20th century began, in 1902, 1966, 1989 and 2009. –RT News
Philippines Mt. Bulusan shaken by quakes: At least eight volcanic earthquakes rocked Mount Bulusan volcano in Sorosgon, signifying that the volcano continues to show signs of restiveness, the Philippine Institute of Volcanolgy and Seismology (Phivolcs) said Wednesday. Phivolcs-Bicol resident volcanologist Ed Laguerta said the quakes and the swelling of the volcano’s edifice are signs that pressure is building up in the volcano’s vent. Aside from eight volcanic quakes, Phivolcs instruments recorded for the past 24-hour observation period slight inflationary trend at the volcano’s edifice during the precise leveling surveys. Alert Level 1 (abnormal) remains hoisted over the volcano.
Laguerta warned the public to keep off the four-kilometer permanent danger zone due to the possibility of sudden and hazardous steam-driven or phreatic eruptions. The Phivolcs also advised pilots to avoid flying close to the volcano’s summit as ash from any sudden phreatic eruption can be dangerous to aircraft. It also warned residents living within valleys and along river channels around the volcano of possible flooding and lahar flows in the event of heavy and prolonged rains. –Sun Star
Magma intrusion in Peruvian volcano: Only last week, scientists recorded the largest explosion at Peru’s most active volcano, Ubinas, in the Moquegua region of Peru. Now, scientists have recorded an ascent of magma within the volcano, reports El Comercio. The explosion last week resulted in the emission of large rocks (some the size of small cars) which frightened the local communities. Ash and small rocks up to two centimeters in diameter made their way to the communities of Querapi, Ubinas, Sacohaya, Tonohaya, Anascapa, Escacha and San Miguel, according to the mayor of Ubinas, Luis Concha.
Following this explosion, the volcano emitted pulverized magma according to Geophysical Institute of Peru (IGP) scientist, Orlando Macedo. In other words, very fine sand and fragmented magma, or small rocks. “Villagers report that they saw incandescent rocks coming out of the crater. We will make a visit to the area to determine the size of the projectiles and the scope they had,” said Macedo, according to El Comercio. –Peru this week

“Signs Of Change” July 2015 | “The Return of Hawkkey Davis Channel”

This dramatically exciting series has finally returned. Sorry to keep you waiting but I’ve been busy! I have to skip the months of May and June because it’s just too much for one video. Drastic weather conditions has continued over the past month or so.

This isn’t everything, but it’s a start! Thanks for watching and stay safe.

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This series does not mean the world is ending! These are documentaries of a series of extreme weather events which are leading to bigger earth changes. If you’re following the series, then you’re seeing the signs. It’s much more than one video!

Signs Of Change Playlist:…

Heat wave kills more than 1,000 in Pakistan…

Storms Leave Nearly Half a Million Residents Without Power in Philadelphia Area

Man Swept Away Floods in Sochi, Dramatic Video…

India hit by worst floods in 90 years

Western wildfires: California fire grows, forces evacuations…

Wildfire engulfs homes in Washington state

Japan on volcano alert after eruption

5.2-magnitude earthquake hits Big Island…

Hail And Snow Fall In Arizona…

Many feared dead after millions hit by China floods…

Caught On Camera: House Collapses In Landslide In Uttarakhand…

Day of Extreme Weather in the UK…

Raw: Damaging Earthquake in Western China

Fatal tornado rips through Venice

Canada wildfires: Thousands flee homes in Saskatchewan, British Columbia…

Germany’s crazy weather: from boiling hot to giant hail stones

New Danger in the Ocean for Beachgoers…

​1.1 million evacuated as typhoon pounds China…

Volcano Shuts Down Tourist Island Flights…

Mexico’s Colima Volcano: Soot, Ash Continues to Rain Down

cold snap brings snow across the south east…

Scientists predict ‘mini ice age’ will hit in 15 years…

Deadly Kentucky Floods Sweep Away Buildings…

wildfire jumps highway in california and vehicles catch fire…

Thank you to the ones that film and the news channels that cover these events! I don’t own any of these videos.
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Volcanoes in Japan, Colombia and Chile spew ash – Colombian airport closed

Nevado del Ruiz
July 2015 JAPAN – Ōwaku Valley, a part of Mount Hakone with high volcanic activity, has been showing more signs of an impending eruption recently. The smoke which regularly issues from its vents was mingled with ash, turning noticeably gray, for about ten seconds around noon on July 21. On June 30 and July 1, it had also erupted on a very small scale, ejecting material to a distance of over 100 meters (328 feet), which technically meets the qualifications for an “eruption.” (The distance material from the recent eruption was ejected has not yet been measured.) However, tremors associated with volcanic eruptions have not been recorded. According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, “it has the characteristics of an eruption, but that would have an effect on disaster prevention by inciting residents’ anxieties, so the term ‘eruption’ is not appropriate.” –Rocket News 24
Colombian Airport closed: Colombia’s Nevado del Ruiz volcano erupted in an ash cloud on Sunday, prompting authorities to temporarily close two airports in the area. The civil aeronautics agency said it closed airports at Manizales and Pereira as a precaution after the 8:30 am (1330 GMT) eruption. This resulted in the cancellation of at least 16 flights on Sunday. A major eruption of the Nevado del Ruiz in 1985 melted the volcano’s snowcap, unleashing mudslides that wiped out the town of Armero, killing an estimated 23,000 people. The volcano, which has been active for an estimated 150,000 years, is 220 kilometers (137 miles) west of Bogota. –Yahoo News
Chile: The Cabulco volcano in southern Chile has erupted twice in the last 24 hours after being dormant for decades. And there may be more action on the way. CBSN’s Anne-Marie Green and David Begnaud discuss what geologists are monitoring. –Yahoo News

5 volcanoes simultaneously erupt in Indonesia: shroud skies with dark ash clouds

Indonesian Volcano erupting 5
July 2015INDONESIA – Eruptions of ash at five volcanoes shrouded the skies over parts of the Indonesian archipelago several days ago, forcing three airports to close. More airports have since closed due to the ash clouds. Mount Raung on Java Island blasted ash and debris up to 2,000 meters (6,560 feet) into the air after rumbling for several weeks, government volcanologist Surono said. Ash erupted also from Gamalama and Dukono mountains on the Moluccas islands chain, Sinabung volcano on Sumatra island and Mount Karangetang on Siau island, darkening the skies, Surono said.A total of more than 13,000 people have been evacuated due to the volcanic eruptions since last month, mostly from around the slopes of Sinabung in Tanah Karo District, added Surono, who uses a single name.
“Our evaluation showed there is no extraordinary natural phenomenon that triggered simultaneous eruptions of the five volcanoes,” Surono said, adding that all the eruptions are natural and normal occurrences in a nation with about 130 active volcanoes. Transport Ministry spokesman Julius Adravida Barata said Jember and Banyuwangi airports closed late Tuesday and Bali’s international airport was closed for several hours on Wednesday, disrupting flights. Media reports said 37 flights to and from Bali’s Ngurah Rai airport were cancelled. An eruption of Raung early this month sparked chaos as the airport in the tourist hotspot of Bali and four other airports in the region were shutdown, stranding thousands of holiday-goers.
Last week, the ministry closed Sultan Babullah airport in North Maluku’s Ternate town after eruptions at Gamalama and Dukono sent volcanic ash up to 1,700 meters (5,570 feet) into the sky. Indonesia, a chain of 17,000 islands where millions of people live in mountainous areas or near fertile flood-prone plains, is prone to seismic upheaval due to its location on the Pacific “Ring of Fire,” an arc of volcanoes and fault lines encircling the Pacific Basin. –ABC News

Finding Voices Radio with Dan Brock, Joe Marra & Tolec

A panel discussion between Dan Brock, Joe Marra of Guiding Lite Radio, Tolec of the Andromeda Council and Maarten Horst, host of Finding Voices Radio –

cover many contemporary topics having to do with this dynamic era of earth changes we are living in, varying levels of spiritual &
emotional awareness & higher dimensional consciousness, ways to find moments of peace & contemplation, personal experiences
having to do with each panel members awakening process and more… are all discussed. Enjoy.

Tolec speaks about the inner core of Earth and current earth changes

A conversation between Mark Snider of Ohio Exopolitics Radio, Tolec for the Andromeda Council, and call in guests – who have their own amazing stories.

Tolec reviews how the change to the inner core of the Earth on – December 21, 2012 – to “sar” energy, as revealed by Andromeda Council scientists, has been discovered & examined over the past three years by noted physicists… changes they don’t understand. In interviews with Linda Moulton Howe, including geophysicist, Arianna Gleason PhD, a post doctoral associate over at Stanford University, who has said, paraphrasing, ‘the inner core of the Earth is about 11,300 degrees… as hot as the sun. She says, “…there is some temperature variation, but it’s actually an area of active research. We’re not sure of the exact temperature… a solid inner crystalline core is rotating at a slightly different rate than the rest of the solid Earth. That’s a very interesting problem that Earth scientists are trying to solve – how did that get set up, this solid inner ball that’s rotating independently from the rest of the Earth… because it’s housed by this liquid metal, iron.”

Fuego volcano activity intensifies; Guatemala issues danger warning


© Johan Ordonez/AFP
The Fuego Volcano, seen from Alotenango municipality, Sacatepequez departament, about 65 km southwest of Guatemala City, erupts on July 1, 2015. The volcano spewed lava and columns of ash into the air and authorities have raised the alert level in the area to orange.

Guatemalan authorities issued a danger warning Wednesday in response to intensifying activity in the country’s Fuego Volcano.

The volcano, 50 kilometers (30 miles) southeast of Guatemala City, was belching “fiery clouds” over the course of the day, said David de León, a spokesman for the government’s disaster response office.

The danger warning issued by the government was one step short of a declaration of emergency requiring evacuation of the communities around the volcano.

He said the mountain has been shaken by explosions that have rattled windows and rooftops and spewed columns of ash to some 5,000 meters (15,000 feet) above sea level.

Guatemala’s civil aviation authority was advised to take precautionary measures.

In February, a strong eruption forced authorities to close the international airport because of the falling ash.

Source: Agence France-Presse

Fear of Volcano eruption in Ukhrul, India

Fear of Volcano eruption in Ukhrul

SHITRU: A continuous gush of smoke and ashes from a swamp at Old Wahong village, Ukhrul has left villagers fearing natural calamity in the form of volcanic eruption any time at Shitru area.

According to the villagers, smoke radius of about 2 feet along with ashes have been gushing out from the earth’s surface at Shitru, a swampy area at Old Wahong village, since the last two weeks. Villagers and onlookers are expecting a volcanic eruption at the area in a short time. Any form of materials doused inside the earth gets easily heated producing more and more smoke.

Even the ashes released from the area are heated, village authority member Kapangkhui said. Continuous ejection of smoke and ashes has turned out to be a mystery to the villagers. However, with majority of the villagers preoccupied with cultivation of seasonal crops, and coupled with incessant rainfall, they are yet to inform State authorities about the mysterious phenomenon till date.

Yet, they are clueless and at the same time quite apprehensive in case the smokes and ashes turn out to be a prelude to a volcanic eruption. Shitru is just a half kilometre away from the residential area of the village.

Because of the proximity, major destruction could be faced in case of eruption, Kapangkhui stated. It may be mentioned that in 2013, a mud volcano erupted at the neighbouring village of New Tusom due to the shifting of tectonic plates of India and Myanmar. (Source)

Japan on Volcano Alert after Mt. Hakone Eruption

Fresh layers of volcanic ash were confirmed near a newly found vent in the Owakudani valley on Tuesday morning. The Owakudani valley is a part of the range of Mount Hakone.
The Meteorological Agency has raised the eruption-alert level from 2 to 3 on its scale of 5. It is cautioning against a possible eruption that may affect a residential area near Owakudani09865432

29 Jun 2015 | Nishinoshima Volcano: JCG Conducts Seabed Survey #西之島

Note: We’re witnessing the birth of a new island land mass, if the activity continues it will eventually
someday be the home to beautiful landscapes and be home countless lifeforms. Fascinating……
English Translation (direct translation by google):
Around Nishinoshima of a year and a half or more over a period of volcanic activity followed the Ogasawara Islands (Tokyo), survey vessel of the Japan Coast Guard, “Akihiro” (3000 tons), was conducted for the first time become the seabed survey after the eruption (the 29th , Yomiuri machine from) = Tokyo headquarters photo part Maeda Naoki shooting published June 29, 2015

6/20/2015 — California’s Pisgah Volcano (East of Los Angeles) hit by rare earthquake

California’s Pisgah volcano has been hit by a rare earthquake.

pisgah volcano earthquake june 20 2015a

pisgah earthquake june 20 2015


Many of my viewers might remember this location from another series of events in 2011.. when Pisgah crater gave off a large plume , which was detected on RADAR, and settled out over downtown Los Angeles.


Plumes appeared again in 2012, but blew in a different direction:


Information on this current June 20, 2015 Pisgah earthquake:

Magnitude/uncertainty 2.6 ml± 0.2
Location/uncertainty 34.696°N 116.244°W± 0.2 km
Depth/uncertainty 3.8 km± 0.5
Origin Time 2015-06-20 20:22:14.730 UTC
Number of Stations 23
Number of Phases 35
Minimum Distance 8.60 km (0.08°)
Travel Time Residual 0.16 sec
Azimuthal Gap 60°
FE Region Southern California (43)

12 Jun 2015 | Mt. Sinabung Volcano, Indonesia: Huge Blast; Evacuation Zone Expanded

A fresh powerful burst of searing gas has been thrown hundreds of metres into the air from a volcano in western Indonesia.
The latest eruption on Mount Sinabung on Sumatra, one of the country’s main islands comes after authorities placed it on high alert last week.…

Lake Toba Supervolcano Coming Alive in Malaysia

Thanks for the heads up, C.

This is serious—and right after the eruption of Sinabung. If the floor of my house suddenly got hot, I’d be outta there on the double.

Love and energetic support to Gaia and the people in these areas of upheaval.

If you notice the map above, Yellowstone is there, and as Dani from Removing the Shackles/Transpicious News Radio Show said, and I suggested as well, what the military may be gearing up for could be related to expected activity based on seismic and volcanic activity in other supervolcanoes—whether or not we’re being told this.

I maintain that we are being “managed”; that we are only told what higher powers deem we are entitled to know, either because of their secretive agenda, or because the Galactics are not allowed to interfere any more than absolutely necessary in our destiny.

What is going to happen on this planet is going to happen, and Gaia is going to do her thing and no one can stop the Earth changes completely—only mitigate them somewhat, but the clock is ticking and the star nations cannot prevent the changes from happening for much longer.

Tolec has told us that it appears with this uptick in activity of late that we are approaching the time when our major transformation will occur.

Volcanoes are believed to be connected beneath the surface, (see the article below) and Dutchsinse saw a steam plume in the San Francisco Peaks near Sunset Crater north of Flagstaff Arizona, which isn’t all that far from the Yellowstone area, and within the perimeter of the North American Craton.

Dani also recommended on her program this afternoon, to be prepared. Have a bug-in-bag and a bug-out-bag and important papers ready to grab. I’ll be talking about the ‘Transpicuous News’ show again in greater detail because Dani and Lisa discussed a lot of important topics of a time sensitive nature.  ~ BP

Lake Toba Supervolcano coming alive, hot steam, smelling like gas, ceramic floors houses feel hot!

June 10, 2015

Lake Toba Supervolcano is the largest volcanic lake in the world.

In addition, it is the site of a super volcanic eruption that occurred about 74,000 years ago, that caused a massive climate-changing event and killing most humans then alive and creating a population bottleneck in Central Eastern Africa and India that affected the genetic inheritance of all humans today.

This eruption is believed to have been the largest anywhere on Earth in the last 25 million years.

It seems the supervolcano awakens again. Villagers of Sitoluama, District Laguboti, Toba Samosir, North Sumatra in Indonesie are baffled as ceramic floors in their houses suddenly feel hot and besides their houses hot steam and smelling like gas coming out of the ground and it has not stopped yet.

Suspected hazardous vapors appear on Wednesday (27/5), exactly in the yard beside the house Purasa, located about ten kilometers from Balige, Toba Samosir regency capital. “Hot steam and smelling like gas coming out of the pores of the soil it is feared to threaten the safety of people around, so we report them to the government,” told one resident, Purasa Silalahi in Sitoluama, Saturday (30/5) to the Indonesian news site Merdeka.

Indeed, continued Purasa, since the last three weeks the temperature around our house is very hot, both day and night and the ceramic floor in our house feels hot.

Feeling suspicious of these conditions, he intends to dig the ground next to his house and turns as deep as 50 centimeters to see that hot smoke arose from the pit excavation. Due to fear of the conditions that made excavation, he immediately covered the hole again

Head of the Environment Agency Toba Samosir, Parulian Siregar said he receive continuing reports of citizens who discover the disturbing hot steam around their houses. “We are trying to coordinate with the Department of Mines and Energy of North Sumatra and stakeholders to determine the definite vapor source, including handling solutions,” said Parulian.”

Meanwhile, scientists, officials and residents are baffled. They don’t know where the steam comes from and if it is hazardous or not (translated).

Volcano Sinabung eruption, see video.

As of June 6th 2015 Mount Sinabung a stratovolcano located just only 25 miles from the Lake Toba supervolcano is erupting yet again prompting the Indonesian government to begin evacuating thousands of people while scientists expect that a massive eruption is imminent.

I’m not a scientist, but the fact that the Sinabung volcano is just located 25 miles from lake Toba supervolcano and the ongoing volcanic activity in the area, I can imagine that the magma chamber that sits beneath the Sinabung volcano is much larger than scientists think it is. Maybe so large that this chamber stretches as far as to the lake Toba supervolcano and eventually connected to a second chamber that sits beneath the Toba supervolcano? Could it be possible?

Taking into account the eruption that occurred about 74,000 years ago, we may wonder whether lake Toba supervolcano will erupt again.

Lake Toba Supervolcano:

Lake Toba (Indonesian: Danau Toba) is a lake and super volcano, 100 kilometers long and 30 kilometers wide, and 505 meters (1,666 ft) at its deepest point. Located in the middle of the northern part of the Indonesian island of Sumatra with a surface elevation of about 900 meters (2,953 ft).

To give an idea of its magnitude, consider that although the eruption took place in Indonesie, it deposited an ash layer approximately 15 centimeters thick over the entire Indian subcontinent; at one site in central India, the Toba ash layer today is up to 6 meters thick and parts of Malaysia were covered with 9 m of ash fall. In addition it has been calculated that 1010 metric tons of sulphuric acid was ejected into the atmosphere by the event, causing acid rain fallout.

The Toba caldera is the only super volcano in existence that can be described as Yellowstone’s “bigger” sister.

With 2,800 km3 of ejecta, it was an even greater eruption than the super eruption (2,500 km3) of 2.1 million years ago that created the Island Park Caldera in Idaho, USA.

The eruption was also about three times the size of the latest Yellowstone eruption of Lava Creek 630,000 years ago.

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