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Super Volcano Campi Flegrei in Italy. Unusual geological event in Italy on Tuesday, 05 February, 2013 at 08:18

 
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Super Volcano Campi Flegrei in Italy. Unusual geological event in Italy on Tuesday, 05 February, 2013 at 08:18
The ground of the Campi Flegrei ("burning fields"), also known as the Phlegraean Fields, has risen more in recent weeks than it has in a long time. [link to hisz.rsoe.hu]
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Re: Super Volcano Campi Flegrei in Italy. Unusual geological event in Italy on Tuesday, 05 February, 2013 at 08:18
The 79 AD eruption was preceded by a powerful earthquake seventeen years beforehand on 5 February, AD 62, which caused widespread destruction around the Bay of Naples, and particularly to Pompeii.


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Re: Super Volcano Campi Flegrei in Italy. Unusual geological event in Italy on Tuesday, 05 February, 2013 at 08:18
Pray for Saint Agatha of Catania.

She is the Saint of February 05.

Today is her day.



"Saint Agatha and her miracles.

One of the most popular, and well-documented miracles took place a year to the day after Saint Agatha died.

Mt. Etna, which has spewed volcanic lava and ash since before the time of St. Agatha, exploded with a fury on the feast day of her death. Lava violently erupted from the mouth of the volcano, and cascaded down the mountainside, destroying everything in its path.

It was heading wildly for Catania. The people of the town took the veil of Saint Agatha, held it up in the air, and prayed for the intercession of the Saint.

Immediately, the flow of the volcano changed course, encircling the outer extremity of the town, without touching any of the people or buildings.

From there, it rushed toward the sea, into which it spilled its threatening lava. Prayers of thanksgiving were offered to the little Saint who had protected the town and its inhabitants from yet another evil force. From that time on, her miraculous veil, 12 feet long, was exposed every time lava threatened Catania or any of the nearby cities. "


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Mount Etna is very close to this supervolcano...

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Re: Super Volcano Campi Flegrei in Italy. Unusual geological event in Italy on Tuesday, 05 February, 2013 at 08:18
I have no idea why February 05 is the day of the feast of Saint Agatha...


But it's a strange coincidence that, many years before she was even born, there was a big quake in Pompeii in that exact date, and that was a precursor of the great eruption that destroyed the city.
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Re: Super Volcano Campi Flegrei in Italy. Unusual geological event in Italy on Tuesday, 05 February, 2013 at 08:18
I have no idea why February 05 is the day of the feast of Saint Agatha...


But it's a strange coincidence that, many years before she was even born, there was a big quake in Pompeii in that exact date, and that was a precursor of the great eruption that destroyed the city.
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That's interesting information.
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Re: Super Volcano Campi Flegrei in Italy. Unusual geological event in Italy on Tuesday, 05 February, 2013 at 08:18
I have no idea why February 05 is the day of the feast of Saint Agatha...


But it's a strange coincidence that, many years before she was even born, there was a big quake in Pompeii in that exact date, and that was a precursor of the great eruption that destroyed the city.
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That's interesting information.
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And another strange coincidence is that RSOE EDIS posted this "Unusual geological event" on Tuesday, 05 February, 2013, when it was being talked about since yesterday...


It's all in the same area: Etna, Pompeii, Campi Flegrei...


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Re: Super Volcano Campi Flegrei in Italy. Unusual geological event in Italy on Tuesday, 05 February, 2013 at 08:18
Oh, did I forget to tell you all that I monitor GLP so that I can update my various sites? LOL Thanks for all the info!
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Re: Super Volcano Campi Flegrei in Italy. Unusual geological event in Italy on Tuesday, 05 February, 2013 at 08:18
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Re: Super Volcano Campi Flegrei in Italy. Unusual geological event in Italy on Tuesday, 05 February, 2013 at 08:18
"Technically, everything went smoothly. No additional volcanic activities were triggered, nor were there any problems with gases or fluids," he noted.

oh, isn't that JOLLY GOOD?

damned

I hope he does let us know if there are any problems, as he goes flying over me here.
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Re: Super Volcano Campi Flegrei in Italy. Unusual geological event in Italy on Tuesday, 05 February, 2013 at 08:18
it is not the Vesuvius. The CF caldera is a different volcanic district and is not related with what happen in 79DC.
However it can be considered even more dangerous than Mt Vesuvious as it is a supervolcano (similar to USA Yellowstone) that 39000y ago covered with his product most of central Italy.
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Re: Super Volcano Campi Flegrei in Italy. Unusual geological event in Italy on Tuesday, 05 February, 2013 at 08:18
"Technically, everything went smoothly. No additional volcanic activities were triggered, nor were there any problems with gases or fluids," he noted.
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take a look to the videos in my last post in this tread:

Thread: Another supervolcano inflating: Significant uplift reported at Italy’s Campi Flegrei!!! (Page 2)

...and watch with your eyes if "no problems with gases or fluids" ;)

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