Just when everything in the world is crawling along at its boring and uneventful pace, a little excitement may be in the works
Things have been seemingly pretty quiet, in terms of seismic activity lately. At least compared to the “rolling walls of fire and violent hurricanes” that are indeed raging in and across America, as Billy Meier predicted in 1987, would be the case.
But now this little item is in the news:
We are thusly reminded of the warnings Meier received even earlier, back in…1975, which I linked to in a press release, in 2009. In fact, I’d first published the information in 2005, which produced some sobering reflections as to my own choice of locations.
Of course if “nothing happened”, we quickly return to enjoying our normalcy bias…until something not so “normal” occurs, which is also a pretty normal pattern for us ever-living-in-denial human beings.
So, this may simply fade back into a “no big deal” situation…until it doesn’t. In which case, when the inevitable manifests to one degree of severity or another, it would be wise for people living along the eastern seaboard to be quite prepared. If all indications are that the eruption was indeed massive, heading inland is highly recommended.
I would imagine taking selfies as a turbulent storm lashes a coastal beach doesn’t quite compare to being hit by a 400-500 miles per hour, 300′-high wave. But you can be sure that it wouldn’t deter someone from having a totally awesome, surf’s up, whoa dude – final – moment.
Thanks to The Dave for a heads up about La Palma.