Archive for May, 2010

Pacific Ocean Priestess Eruptions

on 27 May 2010 a 7.2 Magnitude earthquake occured at vanatau islands, this was followed by an eruption of two pacific island volcanos, yasur volcano near vanatau and an underwater volcano in the mariana island north of saigon island . click the map for full size view .. stay tuned more updates soon .

this is a priestess eruption as we can see the eruption in the merman samurai tail which is reflected in the priestess mirror in the pacific at vanatau .. see the priestess research page for more details on the priestess soul of earth .. in this case the eruption has occurred in the priestess arm that she throws her nuke weapon with .

Volcanic eruptions in Vanuatu and CNMI May 31, 2010 16:20:40 A giant plume of volcanic ash is disrupting flights in the Pacific and threatening villagers in Vanuatu, echoing similar problems which caused air traffic chaos in Europe. Forecasters in New Zealand say the cloud, spewing from Vanuatu’s Mount Yasur volcano, was about 18-hundred metres high, covering an area of about 200 square kilometres. Tourists have been urged to stay away from the volcano on Tanna island, which has disrupted domestic flights in neighbouring New Caledonia.

Meanwhile, an underwater volcanic eruption has led to a state of disaster being declared across the entire CNMI, the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands. The governor, Benigno Fitial, declared the state of disaster following a loud explosion at the active submarine volcano on the island of Sarigan, located about 175 kilometres north of Saipan. A huge smoke plume was seen over the island on the weekend. As a result sea and air traffic has been severely affected – posing a big threat to the CNMI’s biggest income earner, tourism.

Tungurahua volcano spews ash and rocks

The Tungurahua volcano spews ash and rocks during an eruption in Banos, about 130 km (81 miles) southeast of Quito, May 28, 2010. Tungurahua has been classed as active since 1999 and had a strong eruption in 2008. It is one of eight active volcanoes in the country. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR – Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)

The Tungurahua volcano spews ash and rocks during an eruption in Banos, about 130 km (81 miles) southeast of Quito, May 28, 2010. Tungurahua has been classed as active since 1999 and had a strong eruption in 2008. It is one of eight active volcanoes in the country. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR – Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)

Indonesian Mud Volcano Continues Fourth Year

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mud volcano in indonesia continues to expand as it reaches it’s fourth consecutive year .. they say it was caused by drilling but i am not convinced .. there was an earthquake nearby the day before the accident and the whole region was very active with volcanos erupting .. i think it may be part of the new super plume pushing up in the indonesian region . i will update this blog with the mud volcano research page soon . here is the first update webpage of the earthquake that occurred in the active indonesian region in 2006 just before the accident. here is the second update which is the indonesian mud volcano research page .

Indonesia mud volcano still spewing sludge four years later 2010-05-28 13:45 PORONG, May 28 (AFP) – Four years after it erupted from the well of a gas company linked to one of Indonesia’s richest men, the mud volcano known as “Lusi” is still spewing its toxic sludge over Java’s countryside. All attempts to plug the geyser have failed and new spouts are opening up, threatening to destroy more villages, homes and livelihoods in the East Java district of Sidoarjo. The mud lake is so huge — seven square kilometres (almost three square miles) and 20 metres (66 feet) thick — it is now visible from space, and geologists say “Lusi” could continue gushing sludge for centuries.

An aerial view of the Lapindo mud volcano and the mud it has spewed in proximity to surrounding villages in Porong, Sidoarjo district, on East Java. (Photo courtesy: AFP)

An aerial view of the Lapindo mud volcano and the mud it has spewed in Porong, Sidoarjo district, on East Java. (Photo courtesy: AFP)

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Turkish EFES-2010 Military Exercise

Official: Turkish troops search for falling object Tue May 25, 4:19 PM ANKARA, Turkey – A Turkish official says troops are combing a rugged area near the border with Georgia after witnesses reported seeing a burning object fall from the sky and explode. Ali Fuat Atik, deputy governor of northeastern Ardahan province, said the incident occurred late Tuesday near the border town of Posof. Officials in both Turkey and Georgia said no planes were missing. Atik said the troops were searching the area to determine the cause of the explosion.

Turkish marines take part in a landing exercise during the EFES-2010 military exercise in Izmir May 26, 2010. The exercise, which takes place between May 6 to May 29, is held annually by the Turkish Army to test the training and support levels of its various units REUTERS/ Osman Orsal  (TURKEY – Tags: MILITARY)

Turkish soldiers run to their positions as part of a landing exercise during the EFES-2010 military exercise in Izmir May 26, 2010. The exercise, which takes place between May 6 to May 29, is held annually by the Turkish Army to test the training and support levels of its various units. REUTERS/ Osman Orsal (TURKEY – Tags: MILITARY)

UPDATE: R1 Beestinger closing in on Andromeda

R1 Beestinger continues it’s brightening trend as it approaches Andromeda ..it’s closest point to andromeda will be 31 May 2010 and then it will begin to drop down towards ” Queen’s Eye ” before rendezvous for the Beehive Eclipse in July in the beehive crown . Click the image for a full size view of the starmap. forum discussion it is starting to appear as an astral thunderbolt in the heavens . .

Costa Rica volcano erupts

Costa Rica’s Arenal volcano spews geeysers of lava, ash and toxic gases from its crater in the Arenal National Park, 80 km northeast of San Jose. — PHOTO: AFP

May 25, 2010 SAN JOSE – COSTA Rica’s Arenal volcano erupted on Monday, spewing geysers of lava, ash and toxic gases from its crater and forcing the evacuation of the national park where it is located, authorities said.

The 1,633m cone-shaped mountain in northern Costa Rica shuddered into activity at midday (1800 GMT, 2am Singapore time), issuing eight successive rivers of lava that flowed down its steep slopes, National Volcanology and Seismology Observatory expert Elicer Duarte told AFP.

Turkish Raid

A Turkish tank takes part in a military exercise at the Turkish-Iraqi border in 2008. Turkish warplanes on Thursday bombed dozens of Kurdish rebel targets in neighbouring northern Iraq, in one of the biggest raids in recent years, Turkish and Kurdish media reports said. (AFP/File)

Oldest Mesoamerican pyramid tomb found in Mexico

Archaeologists and workers dig around the remains of a pyramid at the archaeological site of Chiapa de Corzo April 25, 2010. Bruce R. Bachand of Brigham Young University in Utah, and fellow archaeologists discovered a tomb inside the remains of a pyramid which might be 2,700 years old. Until this discovery, the oldest tomb in a pyramid in the region dates from between 200 and 700 AD. Picture taken April 25, 2010. REUTERS/Hector Montano/INAH/Handout (MEXICO – Tags: SOCIETY)

In this undated image released by Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History on Monday May 17, 2010, work is under way inside a pyramid where archaeologists in the town of Chiapa de Corzo, southern Mexico announced Monday May 17, 2010, they have discovered the 2,700-year-old tomb of a dignitary, the oldest documented burial of a dignitary inside a pyramid in Mesoamerica. The man, probably a high priest or ruler of Chiapa de Corzo, a prominent settlement at the time, was buried in a stone chamber. (AP Photo/INAH, Bruce Bachand)

UPDATE: R1 Beestinger closing in on Andromeda

R1 Beestinger continues it’s brightening trend as it approaches Andromeda .. it is beginning to resemble lulin of two years ago as it begins to develop it’s tail. as it begins to develop it should brighten to naked-eye brightness in the weeks ahead.

UPDATE: Iceland Volcano Rumbles On ..

An ash plume rises from a volcano under the Eyjafjallajokull glacier May 17, 2010. Volcanic ash from Iceland grounded 1,000 flights and delayed hundreds of thousands of passengers in parts of northern Europe on Monday, although forecasters said the situation would improve during the week. Several of Europe’s busiest airports, including London’s Heathrow and Schiphol in Amsterdam, were closed for several hours due to fears the ash could damage jet engines and bring down aircraft. REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson (ICELAND – Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)

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