Monday, July 28, 2014

Siberian Crater - Focus Sessions

By Lyn via Focus Sessions, 26 July 2014

Q. What do you think of the Siberian Crater? The following is the link to a news article:
A. As I focus on this I see a puff of air come out of this hole as if there was an underground air pocket that was super heated or filled with pressure and exploded.  I see it as a volcano, but rather than lava it was this explosion of air... I hear it loud as if it sounded like a bomb.

Q.  I asked myself what caused this to happen? 
A.  I first see a pocket of air encapsulated in the earth.  Directly below this "pocket" I see a pooling up of magma (a volcano that is encapsulated and unable to reach the surface due to the type of rock or earth that exists surrounding it that creates a barrier that made it unable to erupt to the surface??).  To be a little more clear, there is a pocket of air, and beneath that pocket and in its' own capsule is a pocket of magma. As this magma below the surface heats the pocket of air above it, the gas within the air, or chemical composition of the air created a combustive explosion that erupted on the surface.  I will try to draw a diagram to better explain...

Q.  What will happen to the magma?  Will it ever erupt into a surface volcano? 
A. I see that the "explosion" has created weak points in the earth below the crater that were not there before.  The area looks volatile and I feel the extreme sense of caution, especially with regards to exploring this crater.  I do get that eventually there will be a volcanic eruption at this location (within the next 3 to 4 years).

And that is all I have for this reading.  Thank you. Narrated version on YouTube.

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