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Message Subject Santorini (nea kameni volcano) unrest. Water tempature in caldera rising! Magma spot also detected 4km depth.
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so will there be an earthquake in the middle east or something else? what does zeus stand for?

for 7 days beginning on 10/20/2011 there won't be any major earthquakes and then we get the "final 3 days of shakings" (27/28/29). are these shakings merely a reference to more earthquakes or the famous "three days of darkness", followed by our "awakening" (ascension/return of christ consciousness etc.)? what's ENOSAGEOUS?
 Quoting: AWinterShadow

some unusual activity in Uzbekistan occurring ;)

as to ZEUS... well,,, do you know GREEK MYTHOLOGY? ;))

its one major connection or "player" thats involved in causing these quakes.
 Quoting: MatrixLNIN11

ok got it, thanks. greece is at approx. 34-42° latitude just like japan, san andreas, new madrid etc. so i suppose there's some energy line there which has been activated by the energy coming from the sun. if we get another blast from the sun tomorrow as chaol predicts then that will further increase activity between the 16th and 19th. makes sense. the middle east reference also points to the 16th through 19th so uzbekistan is probably not what that line is talking about. maybe the middle of the east of europe or rather the middle of the east of greece. why else would greek gods be used?

but who's enosageous, a greek volcano? could it be the santorini volcano? that played a role in mythology (minoans, atlantis etc.) and it is in "the middle of the east" of greece, i believe.

"The Greek philosopher Plato (427-347 BC) describes in his dialogs Critias and Timaeus the disappearance of Atlantis, a circular island populated by talented people of high culture and wealth. Plato's account was originally derived from Solon (640-560 BC), the great sage and lawgiver from Athens. While visiting the town of Sais on the Nile delta, Solon was told by Egyptian priests of the disappearance of a great island empire. The story was passed to Plato from Critias, through his great grandfather who had discussed the story with Solon. All subsequent writings and speculations about Atlantis are rooted in Plato's dialogs. In Timaeus, Plato quotes Critias' account of the legend, as told to Solon by one of the Egyptian priests:

"Now in this island of Atlantis there was a great and wonderful empire which had rule over the whole island and several others, and over parts of the continent . . . But, there occurred violent earthquakes and floods, and in a single day and night of misfortune. . . the island of Atlantis . . .disappeared in the depths of the sea."

In the modern era, geologic and archeological investigations hint at an intriguing possibility -- that the demise of Atlantis may be related to a catastrophic Bronze Age eruption in the Aegean Sea, which generated a flooded caldera and destroyed an advanced Minoan civilization living on the island group of Santorini."


The exact date of the eruption remains somewhat controversial, although most radiometric studies show that it falls between 1615-1645 BC, consistent with a pronounced acid-ice layer from the Greenland cores, dated at 1636 BC.

The immensity of this eruption is equaled or surpassed by only seven other terrestrial eruptions in the past four millennia.
There is little evidence that Santorini is in a permanent state of slumber. The island group exhibits ongoing seismic activity, and both fumaroles and hydrothermal springs are common features on the islands. It seems clear that we can expect another eruption. The historic record would suggest that it will be a small-to-moderate eruption typical of those over the last 2000 years. Volcanoes like Santorini, however, are inherently unpredictable, and we cannot rule out the possibility of another catastrophic eruption reminiscent of ~1630 BC."
(source: [link to www.geology.sdsu.edu] )

that's approx. 3600 (!) years ago!

Thread: Santorini (nea kameni volcano) unrest. Water tempature in caldera rising! Magma spot also detected 4km depth.
 Quoting: AWinterShadow


what this means is that the santorini volcano could erupt on oct 30th after three days of earthquakes in that region. if "enosageous" is a reference to that volcano, that is, which is likely since it is "in the middle of the east" of greece.
 Quoting: AWinterShadow

enosageous means probably en os ageous which in Greek neans with in aegean So yes could be Santorini (thira as is the real name) But i think this is not likely and even if errupt there should not a large amount of energy as it errupted the previous century.
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