In 1975, Billy Meier was given information about the Cubre Vieja volcano in the Canary Islands. He was told that its eruption is a very high probability, with the magnitude of the ensuing damage being something within the capabilities of human beings to control. As Ptaah told Meier, “”Besides, the entire thing can be prevented if the correct measures are taken which consist of a systematic, ‘quiet’ dismantling of the part of the volcano, which is at risk.”
Here is a video from late last year about largely unreported seismic activity and some evacuations from the area.*
And here is an article from around the same time.
As many people know, there can be seismic activity that then abates for a time and long dormant volcanoes can, seemingly suddenly, come to life and erupt. However, as Ptaah had also foretold, we now have technologies that can help to foretell explosive volcanic eruptions.
Based on the accuracy of Meier’s scientific and environmental information, and the very consistent and dependable disregard for it among the profit prioritizers of the planet, it would be wise for people living in the areas most likely to be affected to take precautions and to certainly stay alert for any warnings signs, which at some point may be no more subtle than the complete eruption of the volcano.
Residents of the east coast of the US may especially want to be alert and, should such an event occur, already be well prepared to evacuate the specified areas.
*P.S. Since the imaginary “God” and “Jesus Christ” our friend advises people to put their faith in would, of course, be the same ones who would knowingly unleash, or at the very least allow, this devastation perhaps it’s wiser to take complete self-responsibility for one’s own safety, preparedness, etc. These non-existent deities have really bad tack records in terms of answering prayers, which also leads me to suggest that it’s time for all those who’ve credited them for winning anything, sports events, lotteries, etc., to start blaming the fictitious “Guy in the Sky” for every loss, especially when they’ve previously prayed to win the aforementioned.
Thanks to Gio Adavelli for bringing this to our attention.