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Of the Mount Sinabung Eruption

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SS:  i have wrote about what i think the cause of this volcano that is only 25 miles north of Lake Toba super-volcano has awakened due to the super-plume that has developed under indonesia caused by the use of mahabharata weapons in my new book “Of the Obama Mahabharata Catastrophes”.  the mount sinabung has been in eruption again now for several days. this volcano had been dormant for over 400 years up until a few years ago.

The beautiful power of Mother Earth: Stunning images capture the eerie clouds and violent electrical storms of Indonesian volcano’s eruption 14 October 2014 Among the eerie clouds and violent electrical storms, this extraordinary eruption shows Mother Earth at its scariest and most powerful. Photos show lightning caused by volcanic materials containing electric charges that collide into each other as Mount Sinabung erupts.

Mount Sinabung volcano erupts, as seen from Tiga Pancur village, Karo Regency in Indonesia’s North Sumatra province October 8, 2014. Picture taken October 8, 2014. REUTERS/YT Haryono (INDONESIA – Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

Scorching lava flow and giant ash clouds released from the crater during the eruption of Mount Sinabung on Sumatra island (AFP Photo/Sutanta Aditya)

A resident of Karo district uses a lawnmower to remove ash from his vegetable fields in North Sumatra after an eruption by Mount Sinabung volcano (AFP Photo/Sutanta Aditya)

Mount Sinabung spews hot lava and volcanic ash as it is seen from Sibintun village, Karo, North Sumatra, Indonesia, October 10, 2014. Mount Sinabung has been erupting over the last five days, forcing hundreds of people to flee their homes. The 2,460-metre volcano had been dormant for 400 years before it erupted in August 2010. (EPA/DEDY SAHPUTRA)

A woman in a village in Karo regency watches Mount Sinabung erupt in Indonesia’s North Sumatra province October 8, 2014. The volcano, which has been active since September 2013, erupted in February, killing at least 15 people and forcing thousands to evacuate their homes on the western island of Sumatra. There have been no casualties reported from this latest eruption, which has been happening for the last four days, according to local media. REUTERS/YT Haryono (INDONESIA – Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

Villagers watch as Mount Sinabung spews volcanic materials during an eruption in Tiga Serangkai village, North Sumatra, Indonesia, Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014. Lying in the Pacific “Ring of Fire,” Indonesia has 127 active volcanoes, more than any other countries in the world. (AP Photo/Rio Siregar)

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    Of the Mount Sinabung Eruption

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    SS: Mount Sinabung was dormant for 400 years until recently it started erupting pretty much constantly. we can see in the above map it’s very close proximity of just 25 miles north of super-volcano Lake Toba. i believe that mount sinabung is venting for Lake Toba.

    Mount Sinabung eruption: Indonesian volcano sends burning gas and rock thousands of feet into air Sunday 05 October 2014 Indonesia’s Mount Sinabung has erupted, spewing burning gas and rock up to 10,000 feet (3,000 metres) into the sky. No one was evacuated, Government officials told Xinhua news agency, but people living on its slopes are on alert. Sunday’s eruption was one of several potentially deadly pyroclastic flows within days, caused by the collapse of the dome of solid lava on top of the crater.

    Mt Sinabung volcano, in Sumatra, erupted on October 5, sending a cloud of ash thousands of metres into the sky. Unlike previous eruptions, the latest did not necessitate evacuations in the surrounding area. Sinabung began erupting in 2010 after lying dormant for 400 years. Footage shows the ash cloud. Credit: Instagram/Surya Fendy

    Manta Ray Traffickers Busted in Indonesia Manta rays use their gill plates, or gill rakers, to filter plankton. These parts are coveted in China for their supposedly medicinal properties. (Paul Hilton/WCS)

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      Of the ‘Mountian of Spirits’ Lusi Sidoarjo Mud Volcano

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      SS: the new german theory has always been my theory that the earthquake caused the indonesian mud volcano eruption that has been ongoing for years .. eight full years now this mud volcano has been erupting .. this was the first original catastrophe caused by the use of mahabharata harmonics weapons caused damage to the earth’s core .. the weapons were being used during a very severe solar maximum that was causing earth’s core to heat up as the sun kept interacting heavily with the earth’s magnetosphere ..

      SS: using the mahabharata weapons during this period caused the earth’s core to heat even more as subterranean crystal was melted down to the core. a giant super=plume of volcanic material developed under indonesia and the end results was this giant mud volcano suddenly erupting all the time and an active region of volcanos and earthquakes erupting near super-volcanoe toba. i have theorized in the past that the mud-volcanoe is connected with toba and the super-plume that has developed under indonesia.

      SS: this mud volcano and indonesian plume all happened before year 2007.. the backfire effects caused by the use of mahabharata harmonic earthquake weapons was proven at this point. this is important point because it shows that i had already proven that the use of mahabharata harmonics earthquakes weapons backfired into catastrophes long before the pedophile penguin church had told everyone it was ok to use them on his behalf and caused a catstrophe in the gulf region of the usa and a catastrophe in japan. both catastrophes did not have to happen.

      Indonesia Volcano: These ‘Humbling’ Pictures Show The ‘Mountain of Spirits’ Erupting  31/05/14 This is the incredible and “humbling” moment a massive plume of ash spewed an estimated 12 miles into the sky as a volcano erupted in Indonesia.

      New study ignites debate over Indonesia’s mud volcano Jul 22, 2013 The new research, by a team led by Stephen Miller at the University of Bonn in Germany, suggests the eruption was caused by the 6.3-magnitude earthquake that occurred two days earlier near Yogyakarta. “We conclude that the Lusi mud eruption was a natural occurrence,” they write. Even though the two events were some 250 kilometres (125 miles) apart, the rock formation at Sidoarjo has a shape and structure that acted rather like a lens, amplifying and focussing the wave of seismic energy from Yogyakarta, according to their computer model. The jolt of energy would have liquefied the source of the mud, causing it to be injected into a fault connected with a deep hydrothermal system. This superheated blowout feeds the eruption today, goes their theory.

      Australian airlines forced to cancel flights due to a volcanic ash cloud from Indonesia’s Sangeang Api volcano resumed flying on Sunday as the plume cleared. Manager of the Darwin Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre Emile Jansons told Reuters, that “With the volcano continuing to erupt, we can still see a significant amount of ash around the volcano at the moment.” Jansons said, the volcano is sustaining an weak eruption and the ash cloud above it is reaching just 5 kilometres (3.1 miles) above sea level, compared to 10 kilometres (6.2 miles) on Friday. (Wochit)

      Statues, called “Survivors” created by Indonesian artist Dadang Christanto, are erected at the site that has been overwhelmed by mud oozing from a mud volcano, in Porong, East Java, Indonesia, Thursday, May 29, 2014. The statues were installed to commemorate the 8th year since the mud volcano began erupting which some scientists blamed on oil and gas exploration company Lapindo that was drilling near the source. The mud has displaced villages and forced the evacuation of thousands. (AP Photo/Trisnadi)

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        Of the Mount Slamet Indonesia Eruption

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        ‘Blue Volcano’ Kawah Ijen Burns In Indonesia (PHOTOS) 22/04/2014 These incredible pictures were taken by photographer Olivier Grunewald of Indonesia’s Kawah Ijen Volcano, which naturally burns blue due to large amounts of pure sulfur inside the rocks. The result at the summit is a molten mass of 239 degrees F rock, which is highly toxic, but which local miners brave daily in order to carry down huge amounts of sulphur by hand.

        In this photo taken with slow shutter speed, Mount Slamet spews hot lava from its crater as seen from Paguyangan, Central Java, Indonesia, early Sunday, May 4, 2014. Indonesia raised the alert status of the volcano to the second-highest level last week, warning that increased activity at its crater means it could erupt anytime. (AP Photo/Idhad Zakaria)

        A farmer walks on an irrigation rice plant in Padalarang, Indonesia’s West Java province, May 27, 2014. Asia’s governments are scrambling to head off the potential impact of a weather phenomenon that in the past has driven food prices to levels that sparked social unrest. They are aiming to reduce the impact of the so-called El Nino, a weather pattern that can bring drought to Australia, Southeast Asia and India. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA – Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)

        A farmer collect rice during harvest time at paddy field in Padalarang, Indonesia’s West Java province, May 27, 2014. Asia’s governments are scrambling to head off the potential impact of a weather phenomenon that in the past has driven food prices to levels that sparked social unrest. They are aiming to reduce the impact of the so-called El Nino, a weather pattern that can bring drought to Australia, Southeast Asia and India. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA – Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)

        A farmer collects rice during harvest time at paddy field in Padalarang, Indonesia’s West Java province, May 27, 2014. Asia’s governments are scrambling to head off the potential impact of a weather phenomenon that in the past has driven food prices to levels that sparked social unrest. They are aiming to reduce the impact of the so-called El Nino, a weather pattern that can bring drought to Australia, Southeast Asia and India. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA – Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)

        A farmer holds bundle of rice during harvest time at paddy field in Padalarang, Indonesia’s West Java province, May 27, 2014. Asia’s governments are scrambling to head off the potential impact of a weather phenomenon that in the past has driven food prices to levels that sparked social unrest. They are aiming to reduce the impact of the so-called El Nino, a weather pattern that can bring drought to Australia, Southeast Asia and India. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA – Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)

        A worker pours rice into plastic sacks at rice mills during harvest time in Padalarang, Indonesia’s West Java province, May 27, 2014. Asia’s governments are scrambling to head off the potential impact of a weather phenomenon that in the past has driven food prices to levels that sparked social unrest. They are aiming to reduce the impact of the so-called El Nino, a weather pattern that can bring drought to Australia, Southeast Asia and India. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA – Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)

        A worker holds rice at a rice mill during harvest time in Padalarang, Indonesia’s West Java province, May 27, 2014. Asia’s governments are scrambling to head off the potential impact of a weather phenomenon that in the past has driven food prices to levels that sparked social unrest. They are aiming to reduce the impact of the so-called El Nino, a weather pattern that can bring drought to Australia, Southeast Asia and India. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA – Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)

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          Of the Yogyakarta Mount Kelud Eruption

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          SS: indonesia has been increasing in volcanic activity recently .. this eruption is south of super volcano toba.. however it is near the massive mud volcano there .. volcanic activity can sometimes be a precursor to earthquake activity. we will have to see what happens .

          Mount Kelud erupts, as seen from Anyar village in Blitar, East Java, Indonesia, Friday, Feb. 14, 2014. Volcanic ash from the major eruption in Indonesia shrouded a large swath of the country’s most densely populated island on Friday, closed three international airports and sent thousands fleeing. (AP Photo/Trisnadi)

          A housing complex is seen covered with ash from Mount Kelud, in Yogyakarta February 14, 2014. Mount Kelud volcano erupted late on Thursday night on the heavily populated Indonesian island of Java, sending a huge plume of ash and sand 17 km (10 miles) into the air and forcing the closure of three airports. Mount Kelud is 140 km south of Indonesia’s second biggest city Surabaya, a major industrial centre. The cloud from the eruption was seen as far as 9 km to the west, and forced the shutdown of airports at Surabaya and the cities of Yogyakarta and Solo. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA – Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)

          Police officers remove ash from the eruption of Mount Kelud in the tarmac of Adi Sucipto airport in Yogyakarta February 15, 2014. Several airports resumed operations on the heavily populated Indonesian island of Java on Saturday, a day after they were forced to close due to a volcanic eruption that sent a 17 kilometre (10 mile) ash cloud into the air. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA – Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TRANSPORT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

          Police officers remove ash from the eruption of Mount Kelud at the tarmac of Adi Sucipto airport in Yogyakarta February 15, 2014. Several airports resumed operations on the heavily populated Indonesian island of Java on Saturday, a day after they were forced to close due to a volcanic eruption that sent a 17 kilometre (10 mile) ash cloud into the air. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA – Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TRANSPORT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

          Soldiers clear ash from the eruption of Mount Kelud from the streets of Ngantang village in Malang, Indonesia’s East Java province February 16, 2014. More than 56,000 people were forced to flee their homes and four people were killed when Mount Kelud erupted late on Thursday in East Java province, coating cities and airports as far as 500 kilometers away in a layer of ash and stranding thousands of passengers. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA – Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT MILITARY)

          Volcanic ash from an eruption of Mount Kelud covers a housing area at Pandansari village in Malang, East Java, Indonesia, Sunday, Feb 16, 2014. The eruption of the 1,731-meter (5,680-foot) -high mountain on Java island late Thursday was one of the most dramatic to hit Indonesia in recent years, with ash falling as far as 600 kilometers (370 miles) away. (AP Photo/Trisnadi)

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            Of the Mount Sinabung Eruption

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            Mount Sinabung releases pyroclastic flows during an eruption as seen from Namantaran, North Sumatra, Indonesia, Saturday, Feb. 1, 2014. The rumbling volcano in western Indonesia has unleashed fresh clouds of searing gas, killing a number people and injuring others. (AP Photo)

            Villagers watch as Mount Sinabung releases pyroclastic flows during an eruption in Namantaran, North Sumatra, Indonesia, Saturday, Feb. 1, 2014. The rumbling volcano in western Indonesia has unleashed fresh clouds of searing gas, killing a number people and injuring few others. (AP Photo)

            Villagers and a journalist prepare to flee as Mount Sinabung releases pyroclastic flows during an eruption in Namantaran, North Sumatra, Indonesia, Saturday, Feb. 1, 2014. The rumbling volcano in western Indonesia has unleashed fresh clouds of searing gas, killing a number people and injuring fewothers. (AP Photo)

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              Of the Mount Sinabung Eruption

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              SS: mount sinabung is very active right now .. this volcano is located ne the super volcano in indonesia as can see in the above maps .. the indonesia region has calmed down during the long solar minimum we are having right now. except for this volcano . if toba were to erupt it would be a worldwide event .. the plume would be wrapped around the entire planet and ash would darken the skies . as can see the villagers are running from the volcano . they should not build their villages next to volcanos that are active when they know they are going to get full eruption .. i keep using the same maps because this volcano erupts so often i don’t feel like making new maps every time it erupts .

              Villagers run on ash during the eruption of Mount Sinabung volcano near Gamber village in Karo district, in Indonesia’s North Sumatra province, January 21, 2014. More than 27,000 villagers have been evacuated since authorities raised the alert status for the volcano to the highest level in November 2013, according to local media. REUTERS/Stringer (INDONESIA – Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

              Mount Sinabung is seen during an eruption from Naman Teran village in Karo district, Indonesia’s North Sumatra province, January 20, 2014. More than 26,000 villagers have been evacuated since authorities raised the alert status for the volcano to the highest level in November 2013, local media reported. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA – Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

              A chili plant is covered in ash from Mount Sinabung at Kuta Gugung village in Karo district, Indonesia’s North Sumatra province, January 16, 2014. More than 25,000 villagers have been evacuated since authorities raised the alert status for the volcano to the highest level in November 2013, local media reported on Monday. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA – Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)

              Ash spewing from Indonesia’s Mount Sinabung formed a massive cloud around the mountain on Tuesday. The volcano in the province of North Sumatra has been erupting sporadically for several months, damaging crops and triggering the evacuation of more than 19,000 villagers. An eruption in 2010 killed two people and caught scientists off guard because the volcano had been quiet for four centuries. (Wochit)

              Mount Sinabung, a volcano in Indonesia’s North Sumatra province, erupted 24 times Friday, shooting a column of ash about 4,000 metres to the sky and forcing further evacuation, an official said. Powerful burst of ash spread from the crater of rumbling volcano, located in Karo district. The hot ash slid off to the southeast, scaling up the number of people fleeing the eruption to close to 25,000 Friday from 22,700 a few days ago, the official added. (Wochit)

              A villager washes coffee berries to remove ash from Mount Sinabung at Naman Teran village in Karo district, Indonesia’s North Sumatra province, January 19, 2014. More than 26,000 villagers have been evacuated since authorities raised the alert status for the volcano to the highest level in November 2013, local media reported on Thursday. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA – Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT FOOD AGRICULTURE BUSINESS COMMODITIES)

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                Of the Mount Sinabung Volcano Eruption

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                Mount Sinabung volcano spews ash and lava as seen from Erajaya village in Karo district, Indonesia’s North Sumatra province, early morning January 6, 2014. About 20,000 villagers have been evacuated since authorities raised the alert status for Sinabung to the highest level in November 2013, local media reported on Monday. REUTERS/Roni Bintang (INDONESIA – Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)

                Villagers watch as Mount Sinabung releases pyroclastic flow during an eruption in Beras Tepu, North Sumatra, Indonesia, Saturday, Jan. 4, 2014. The 2,600-meter (8,530-foot) volcano has sporadically erupted since September. (AP Photo/Binsar Bakkara)

                Villagers watch as Mount Sinabung releases pyroclastic flow during an eruption in Tiga Kicat, North Sumatra, Indonesia, Saturday, Jan. 4, 2014. The 2,600-meter (8,530-foot) volcano has sporadically erupted since September. (AP Photo/Binsar Bakkara)

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                  Of the Mount Sinabung Volcano Eruption

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                  Mount Sinabung spews ash in this picture taken from a school at Tiga Pancur village in Karo district, Indonesia’s north Sumatra province November 7, 2013. Mount Sinabung continued to spew volcanic ash on Thursday as thousands of residents remained in temporary shelters fearful of more eruptions. Mount Sinabung’s last eruption on Tuesday lasted about 20 minutes and sent volcanic ash 3,000 metres into the sky from its crater, authorities said, adding that there were no casualties as everyone in the nearby villages had been moved to shelters. Authorities have put the area surrounding the 2,460-metre high volcano on alert level three, recommending people not to be within a radius of three kilometres from the crater. REUTERS/YT Haryono (INDONESIA – Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)

                  Hundreds had to be evacuated after Indonesia’s Mount Sinabung volcano erupted for the third time in as many months. Authorities imposed a 1.8-mile evacuation radius after the volcano, which sits on the western island of Sumatra, spewed a 4.3-mile column of ash. (CBSTV Videos)

                  The ash from Sinabung volcano covers trees and houses at Mardingding village in Karo district, Indonesia’s north Sumatra province, November 5, 2013. A volcano erupted for the third time in as many months on the western Indonesian island of Sumatra, forcing hundreds of villagers to evacuate, officials said. Mount Sinabung spewed a 7-km (4.3-mile) column of ash into the air on Sunday, prompting authorities to impose a 3-km evacuation radius. (REUTERS/Roni Bintang)

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                    Of the Mount Sinabung Indonesia Eruption

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                    SS: mount sunabung has erupted during the weekend following mount lokon eruption five days prior .. the interesting about mount sunabung is it’s close proximity to the super-volcano TOBA. this was the region that was very active during the previous solar cycle before our current non-existent solar maximum. the plume hasn’t been growing like it was although it appears to be awakening again. if we see a lot of activity in this region right here around toba and indoesia then it would indicate that the superplume has commenced expanding and growing.

                    Mount Sinabung spews ash and hot lava as it erupts near a mosque in Karo district, Indonesia’s north Sumatra province September 15, 2013. Around 1,000 people from six villages have been evacuated from their homes to a safety area after the volcano erupted and no casualties are reported, local media said on Sunday. REUTERS/YT Haryono (INDONESIA – Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT RELIGION)

                    Mount Sinabung spews thick smoke and ash in Indonesia’s Karo district on North Sumatre province, on September 15, 2013. Nearly six thousand people have fled their homes on Indonesia’s Sumatra island after a huge volcanic eruption at the weekend, as the volcano continued to belch out more smoke. (AFP Photo/Kharisma Tarigan)

                    Pigeons fly near Mount Sinabung as it spews ash and hot lava during an eruption near Simpang Empat village in Karo district, Indonesia’s north Sumatra province, September 15, 2013. Around 1,000 people from six villages were evacuated from their homes to a safety area after the volcano erupted but no casualties have been reported, local media said on Sunday. REUTERS/Tarmizy Harva (INDONESIA – Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

                     A worker sprays pesticide on his vegetable crops while Mount Sinabung spews ash and hot lava as it erupts in Karo district, Indonesia’s north Sumatra province September 15, 2013. Around 1,000 people from six villages have been evacuated from their homes to a safety area after the volcano erupted and no casualties are reported, local media said on Sunday. REUTERS/YT Haryono (INDONESIA – Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE) A worker sprays pesticide on his vegetable crops while Mount Sinabung spews ash and hot lava as it erupts in Karo district, Indonesia’s north Sumatra province September 15, 2013. Around 1,000 people from six villages have been evacuated from their homes to a safety area after the volcano erupted and no casualties are reported, local media said on Sunday. REUTERS/YT Haryono (INDONESIA – Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE)

                    A farmer works on a field covered by volcanic ash from the eruption of Mount Sinabung, background, in Karo, North Sumatra, Indonesia, Monday, Sept. 16, 2013. Thousands of people have been evacuated from their homes after the volcano erupted Sunday. (AP Photo/Binsar Bakkara)

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