Perry Stone issues prophetic alert about volcanic activity

A recent prophetic alert from evangelist Perry Stone has drawn the attention of Charisma News.

Charisma’s article covers Stone’s reaction to recent scientific reports about volcanic activity, and how he believes they are connected to Biblical last-day prophecies that are outlined in Joel 2.

The Charisma report cites a posting that appears on the Facebook page of Stone’s ministry.

If you want to read the full article about Stone’s prophetic alert, visit Charisma News.

Supervolcano Melting Roads At Yellowstone National Park

The massive supervolcano under Yellowstone National Park is melting roads throughout the national park.

The National Park Service is banning visitors from entering some parts of the park because the roads and the ground has become too dangerous for human passage.

“It basically turned the asphalt into soup. It turned the gravel road into oatmeal,” Yellowstone spokesman Dan Hottle said.

Park officials are telling visitors not to hike into the area because what appears to be solid ground could actually be dirt on top of boiling hot water.  They characterized the risk of stepping into potentially fatal pools of water as “high.”

“There are plenty of other great places to see thermal features in the park,” park spokesman Al Nash told The Weather Channel. “I wouldn’t risk personal injury to see these during this temporary closure.”

Scientists last year determined the supervolcano under Yellowstone was twice the size as previously believed by researchers.

New Eruption May Be Brewing at Volcano in Canary Islands

Two years after a new underwater volcano appeared offshore of El Hierro in the Canary Islands, earthquake swarms and a sudden change in height suggest a new eruption is brewing near the island’s villages, officials announced today (Dec. 27).

After the announcement, one of the largest temblors ever recorded at the volcanic island, a magnitude-5.1 earthquake, struck offshore of El Hierro at 12:46 p.m. ET (5:46 p.m. local time) today, the National Geographic Institute reported. Residents on the island reported strong shaking, and the quake was felt throughout the Canary Islands, according to news reports. The earthquake’s epicenter was 9 miles (15 kilometers) deep.

Before the earthquake struck early this afternoon, the island’s volcano monitoring agency, Pelvolca, had raised the volcanic eruption risk for El Hierro to “yellow.” This warning means that activity is increasing at the volcano, but no eruption is imminent. A similar burst of activity prompted a yellow warning in June 2012, but the volcano soon quieted down.

Source: Scientific American – New Eruption May Be Brewing at Volcano in Canary Islands

Could the Canaries soon get a new island? Recent earthquakes hint at an imminent underwater volcanic eruption

According to Involcan, the Volcanological Institute of the Canaries, over 550 earthquakes were reported and monitored between Monday and Christmas Day on Wednesday.

Some 30 of these were said to have been a 3-magnitude quake or higher.

The majority of these quakes, as well as the swelling on El Hierro, were centered on the region of La Restinga on the south coast of the island.

The 5.1-magnitude quake was the strongest ever recorded in the region and its epicenter was said to be around nine miles deep.

Source: Daily Mail – Could the Canaries soon get a new island? Recent earthquakes hint at an imminent underwater volcanic eruption

Super Volcano Under Yellowstone Significantly Larger Than Believed

The volcano under Yellowstone National Park, which scientists in April said was larger than previously believed, has now been found to exceed even the earlier expectations.

A sound wave study of the magna chamber under the park has found that it measures 55 miles by 20 miles and contains over 140 cubic miles of molten rock. The team from the University of Utah called their discovery “astounding.”

They also said if the volcano were to erupt it would wipe out America and would devastate life in the rest of the world.

The scientists say the volcano erupts every 700,000 years and that the last time the volcano roared was about 650,000 years ago.

In addition, about twenty smaller super volcanoes have been discovered nearby on the Utah/Nevada border.