Indonesia inching closer to volcanic day of reckoning as volcanic unrest spreads

Since its status was raised to alert level III of the alert level II, the activity of Mount Papandayan has never decreased- in fact; volcanic activity in the District Cisurupan, Kab. Garut has seen a dramatic increase. “Among the volcano alert status in Indonesia, Mount Papandayan activities are definitely not declining,” said Head of Volcanology Geological Hazard Mitigation (PVMBG) Geological Agency, Ir. Surono told reporters in his office on Wednesday (8 / 9) afternoon. Wednesday (7 / 9) then, PVMBG recorded dozens of shallow volcanic earthquakes at Mount Papandayan. While on Tuesday (6 / 9), produces 83 times Papandayan recorded shallow volcanic earthquake. The shallow volcanic earthquake means that the activity was near the surface,” he said. “The problem,” he continued, “is a shallow volcanic earthquake would normally be followed by an eruption. But whether there will be an eruption or not, I do not know,” he said. According to him, today, there are five mountains in Indonesia a standby status, namely Mount Saputan, Lokon, and Karangetang in Sulawesi, Halmahera Mountain Mother in the West, and Mount Papandayan in Garut, West Java. “Of the five mountains; only Mount Papandayan has not erupted. Hopefully Mount Papandayan will not erupt,” he said. He said preparations were optimal, including the readiness of communities around Mount Papandayan. In addition, he continued, PVMBG Geological Survey also revealed that as of September 2011 there are 22 volcanoes whose status is above normal. In fact, there are two volcano alert status plus, which are Mount Tambora, Sumbawa, and Mount Lewotobi Women in East Flores. –Galamedia 

Revelation 9:18 “A third of the human race was killed by these three plagues—by the fire, the smoke, and the sulfur that came from their mouths.”

A third of the human race is slated for destruction during this tribulation period. They die from three plagues. Fire, its smoke, and sulfur. The fire comes forth from volcanic activity. The sulfur is spewed forth from the volcanoes that will soon take their toll on a third of mankind by causing three unified plagues in the form of fire, toxic smoke, and heated sulfur.