Post or Read General Volcano Discussion
I have been looking at Volcano activity and it
seems to follow the surges in the interplanetary
magnetic field fulx, when any two of, the (Earth,
Venus, Mars, and the major gas planets) line up
Heliocentrically....What I have seen in the data,
is that the lunar declination doesn't seem to
affect volcano activity near as much as it does
earthquake triggering, although the Heliocentric
alignments seem to fire up the volcanic tremmors
and eruptions..(compare these dates to the recent
volcanic activity) Venus/Jupiter on 27th Sept. and
Venus/Saturn on the 6th Oct. ....Earth/Jupiter on
the 23rd Oct.Earth/Saturn on the6th Nov...And I
think that the activity is going to peak by mid
Nov and then slowly calm down again till Early
March, then fire up again thru Late June next
year..(2000).. With activity levels similar to
what we had in 1980...www.aerology.com
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Streams of lava continued to spew down the snow-covered slopes of Mount Hekla in southern Iceland on Monday following a weekend eruption of the country's most active volcano.
The volcano erupted early Saturday evening, sending a column of steam an estimated 15 kilometers (9.4 miles) into the sky.
Popocatepetl, a 17,886-foot-high volcano about 40 miles southeast of Mexico City, sent ash up for about six minutes, shortly after 8 p.m.. The ash was blown northward but did not fall over any major population centers, according to the National Center for the Prevention of Disasters.
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