Is Mount Rainer volcano waking up?

Some of the biggest rock avalanches in years have been roaring off Mount Rainier over the past several days, kicking up billowing clouds of dust and propelling rivers of muddy debris nearly two miles down the volcano’s flanks. No one has been injured, but one group of climbers fled as dust descended on their tent after a rock-fall Saturday afternoon. “From my standpoint of looking at the mountain for 20 years, we’ve probably had rock-falls like this once every five or 10 years,” said Stefan Lofgren, lead climbing ranger for Mount Rainier National Park. Since June 24, at least three major rock-falls and several smaller ones have sloughed off the rocky ridge called Nisqually Cleaver, at an elevation of about 12,800 feet. The one that let loose Saturday afternoon was the biggest. University of Washington graduate student Max Stevens and his father were about to head out across the Nisqually Glacier to retrieve a GPS instrument used to measure the glacier’s movement. “I heard it first and looked up and saw a house-sized block of rock falling off Nisqually Cleaver,” he said. The pair were on skis, and they skedaddled. “We got out of there,” Stevens said. “This cloud of dust just filled the basin.” When it became clear the avalanche wasn’t headed in his direction, Stevens watched the debris flow down the glacier. “There were truck-sized blocks of ice flowing like ice cubes in a stream of water,” he said. “I was scared for a moment … but it quickly turned to pure amazement.” Climbing ranger Chris Kalman was at Camp Muir, a popular day-hike destination and climbers’ bivouac at 10,080 feet on the mountain’s south side, above Paradise. The day was sunny and warm when a sound like an explosion split the air. “It was huge,” Kalman said. “People were pretty much in awe. Things like this may happen only a few times in someone’s life,” he said. Another avalanche hit Monday. The events were big enough to register on earthquake sensors, and seismologists at the University of Washington called the park to see what was going on.


The death toll of humankind will steadily mount from unnatural causes. The source of this happening to the greatest number comes from the hand of Father. Earthquakes. Tornadoes. Sheer wind, hail and lightning. Volcanic eruptions. Hurricanes, Tsunami and tidal waves. All of Father’s arsenal is now aimed at this planet’s inhabitants.

It is Father as nature’s source of destruction and as Moses did centuries ago, we make you aware that Father is angry. 

Father’s holy angels are pouring out the bowls of wrath on an evil world of people. Keep count of how many more are perishing by Father’s hand, and those dying from Satan’s hand in causing violence throughout this planet, just as he did before the global flood.

As time moves on the numbers Father executes will be evident by those that are soon to perish by the emptying of more wrath from the bowls. You must come to understand that the destruction is coming from Father. It is a final warning during the tribulation period before the door closes and the cup of wrath is administered.

If you believe it is only nature that is bringing devastation, then you need to understand who nature is a part of, and who uses it to bring forth Her will. The bowls of wrath represent nature at its deadliest. The cup of wrath represents execution by holy angelic warriors.

How will you know that what you reveal comes from Father? Moses is your example:

Numbers 16:28-30 ” Then Moses said, “This is how you will know that the LORD sent me to do all these things and that it was not of my own will: If these men die [naturally] as all people would, and suffer the fate of all, then the LORD has not sent me. But if the LORD brings about something unprecedented, and the ground opens its mouth and swallows them along with all that belongs to them so that they go down alive into Sheol, then you will know that these men have despised the LORD.”