Volcanoes Increase At Poles And Equator, Signs Of An Axis Shift

A picture of Tungurahua Volcano In Ecuador

Volcanic eruptions increase at the poles and at the equator.

An increase in both earthquake and volcanic activity near the North Pole and near the equator is a clear sign that the Earth’s axis is becoming more unstable.

Increase In Volcanic Eruptions At The Equator

  1. Kilauea: Hawaii
  2. Telica: Nicaragua
  3. Taal: Phillipines
  4. Popocatepeti: Mexico

Increase In Volcanic Eruptions At The North Pole and South Pole

  1. Pavlof: Alaska
  2. Veniaminof: Alaska
  3. Cleveland: Alaska
  4. Shiveluch: Kamchatka, Russia
  5. Chirinkotan: Kamchatka, Russia
  6. Ambrym: south of Vanuatu, S. Pacific

There are more than 150 volcanoes in Kamchatka, and up to 30 of them are active; Shiveluch and Chirinkotan both have had marked increases in ash and steam over the past 24 hours.

As the poles continue to wobble with an unstable spin, more crustal movement will occur. Watch for an increase in earthquakes and volcanoes at both the poles and along the equator.

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About Janet

Janet Starr Hull, PhD, CN has expressed a deep love and respect for the Earth since she was a very young child. She earned academic degrees in International Geography and Environmental Science. After 20 years of research, Dr. Hull uncovered evidence supporting her theory that the Earth’s geographic poles shift at the axis, causing dramatic climate change. Today, she is one of the world’s leading environmental experts promoting public environmental awareness. Connect with Dr. Hull on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.

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