Excerpt: Wiser Now: Is there a hierarchy or sequence of geological events that will signal the start of an ELE? Alvin Conway: “The planet’s magnetic field strength declines, there is magnetic polarity deviation or migration, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions increase, there are changes in ocean temperature and salinity, and the climate basically unravels. This is underscored by an expansion of magma and rise in convection in the planet’s mantle. The earth’s crust experienced the most violence in the Pacific Ring of Fire from catastrophic rupturing when there was a magmatic expansion of the planet. As I wrote in The 7th Protocol, the first time the planet had a magmatic expansion, the fountains of the great deep were broken up and geysers of hot water destroyed the world by a flood. The rupture was very pronounced in the Pacific basin, which is why the underlying geology is so fractured, and why the region is now so seismically and volcanically active. Another massive fissure occurred along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, which almost cracked the crust of the planet in two. The first magmatic expansion released the fountains of water from the deep. The next expansion will unleash the magma from faults, cracks, and plumes already present in the crust. Volcanoes are erupting en masse, and will continue to do so to dissipate the build-up of thermal pressure in an attempt to prevent a catastrophe. If the planet’s heat cycle cannot be console by planetary geologic processes, the spectrum tilts toward an Extinction Level Event (ELE). Consequently, volcanoes also are our first telltale sign that something has gone awry with the planet. We’re witnessing evidence of another magmatic expansion across the planet with near simultaneous ground inflation occurring from magma intrusion at Yellowstone, Long Valley, Uturuncu in Bolivia, El Hierro in the Canary Islands, Santorini in Greece, Marsili in the Tyrrhenian Sea, Katla in Iceland, and the ground around Mt. Fuji in Japan. These are the early warning signs, along with increased seismicity along tectonic plate boundaries (especially in subduction zones), that something is amiss. No part of the planet will be left unscathed from these changes.”
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