4.9 earthquake strikes near site of Japan’s ancient super-volcano

Anytime a moderate earthquake strikes near a super-volcano, we take note. A 4.9 magnitude earthquake has struck south of the ancient super-volcanic Aira Caldera located in Kyushu, Japan. Aira Caldera (ja:姶良カルデラ Aira-Karudera) is a gigantic volcanic caldera in the south of the island of Kyūshū, Japan. According to geologists, the caldera was believed to have been created by a massive super eruption about 22,000 years ago. Eruption of voluminous pyroclastic flows accompanied the formation of the 17 × 23 km-wide Aira caldera, at the eruption 22,000 years ago. Together with a large pumice fall, these amounted to more than 400 km3 of tephra which classified the eruption as VEI 7, which is next to the highest force on the Volcano Explosivity Index. The Sakurajima volcano is situated within the Aira caldera and is one of the most active volcanoes in Japan. A strombolian eruption or lava bomb explosion occurred at Sakurajima and may be related to the earthquake. –The Extinction Protocol

A single volcano plumes out more pollution than all of the fossil fuel powered vehicles, and the so-called pollution factories such as the old steel mills that made America strong in its hay day. If mankind followed natures cycles, volcanoes would not produce something contrary to mankind’s needs. What is considered as pollution to the present day structure of Society on earth would be beneficial, because it is part of the natural cycle. But mankind has altered its path from the original Divine Plan. 

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