"And I beheld, and heard the voice of one eagle flying through the midst of heaven,
saying with a loud voice: Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth....
[Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:13]

Saturday, November 4, 2017



INCLUDES: Giant sinkhole drains lake overnight in Russia (video)

4.5 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Yellowstone Region in Wyoming

(Reported By Duchsinse) The area just East of Yellowstone supervolcano has been struck by a rare, and rather noteworthy M4.5 (M4.2) earthquake near a location which was in the news a few years ago. Before we go any further, keep in mind this earthquake in Wyoming was forecast to occur and was warned for the day before in this video. The earthquake measured in at a midrange M4.0, meaning this earthquake is noteworthy enough to cause damage, and directly follows the rare (and rather large) M4.9 which struck in Canada one day prior.

Wyoming was warned for new M4.0 range activity due to a Magnitude 4.9 (M5.0) earthquake which struck to the North a day prior. The M4.9 Canada earthquake was censored (omitted) from the USGS earthquake feeds for some reason.  A possible reason for the deliberate omission of this earthquake could be due to the fact the town nearby is called URANIUM CITY,  Canada.  READ MORE

Powerful 6.9 magnitude Quake strikes Ring of Fire

Powerful 6.9 magnitude Quake strikes Ring of Fire
The quake had a depth of 32 kilometers and struck 192km south-west of Apia, in Samoa, the US Geological Survey said. The area forms part of the Pacific Ring of Fire, where tectonic plates in the Earth’s lithosphere meet and earthquakes and volcanic activity are common. Local reports say the earthquake “was one of the longest tremors felt in Samoa for a while” and lasted for around a minute
with people running out of their homes and into open spaces. But members of the public have been assured there is no tsunami warning as a result of the strong earthquake, which rattled the country tonight. Early reports suggest the quake was also felt in Tonga, and was located 138km north east of the island. Citizens have taken to social media following the quake to share their experiences. READ MORE

Mysterious boom and light in NJ, Unexplained booms and shaking in CA

A mysterious boom shook homes in Bridgewater, New Jersey on November 1, 2017. A day later, San Diego residents reported loud booms and sensations of shaking. But nobody knows why. The mystery booms are increasing again across the US. Two days in a row, Nov. 1st and Nov. 2nd, loud and still unexplained booms have rattled homes on both sides of the USA: New Jersey and California.
The mysterious loud boom in Bridgewater, New Jersey – November 1, 2017 Residents in the Bridgewater and Branchburg area are reporting what sounded like a loud explosion around 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday night. Some reported seeing a bright flash in the sky prior to the boom and which was caught on a home video: CONTINUE


DEVELOPING: Strongest typhoon in 16 years set to slam Vietnam

DEVELOPING: Strongest typhoon in 16 years set to slam Vietnam
Typhoon “Damrey” is expected to slam into southern Vietnam around UTC midnight on November 4 (07:00 local time) with maximum sustained winds of 140 km/h (86 mph), likely the strongest typhoon to make landfall over southern Vietnam in 16 years. This tropical cyclone is expected to have a high humanitarian impact based on the storm strength and the affected population in the past and forecasted path. Up to 2.4 million people can be affected by wind speeds of cyclone strength or above. Authorities
in Binh Dinh, Phu Yen, Khanh Hoa, Ninh Thuan and Binh Thuan, provinces that are likely to be affected by the typhoon, have developed plans to evacuate a total of 389 143 people, according to the Central Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control. Earlier on Thursday, the search and rescue committee in Phu Yen already evacuated 759 households with 1 958 residents in flooded areas to safe places, Tuoi Tre News reports. CONTINUE

Scientists warn that Mt.Tiede volcano could produce “Mega-Eruption”

Scientists warn that Mt.Tiede volcano could produce “Mega-Eruption”
Mount Tiede could erupt soon as scientists reveal the Tenerife rock could actually be a mega volcano. Fears have been mounting in Tenerife that the volcano could be about to blow after 22 quakes hit the popular holiday spot over the weekend. The biggest island in the Canaries was hit by a seismic swarm of
22 earthquakes between Saturday, October 28 and Tuesday from Mount Teide. And new research has shown that leftover magma from old volcanoes on the popular island could have come together to create a super volcano. Giant landslides caused by volcano explosions pushes fiery magma through cracks in the earth’s crust to form a new volcano “of greater or equal size” to the previous one. CONTINUE


Giant sinkhole drains lake overnight in Russia (video)

The Sakantsy forest lake in the Vladimir region suddenly disappeared overnight after being drained by a giant sinkhole.

The 20-meter-deep reservoir and all its fish were swallowed up within hours by a giant crater.


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