Friday, July 24, 2015

PTWC issues tsunami alert for Kick-em-Jenny Volcano | WAVE X energy starting to affect the earth's magnetics

A couple of hours ago, the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center issued an email alert for Kick-em-Jenny Volcano, which is just off the coast of Venezuela. I have been subscribed for a few years now with the PTWC email alerts, and this is the first time I have seen an alert based warning, focused around an active volcano.

I have since contacted atmospheric scientist Dr. Simon Atkins about this and he responded and said that in all his years of doing planetary threat management, he hasn't seen this type of alert before. Simon has provided us with some information, based on his oppinion in connection to this alert from the PTWC, via the SRC. But before I get to that, here is some additional information from the PTWC.

Location of the volcano 'Kick-em-Jenny'

The email states that the Seismic Research Centre (SRC) of the University of the West Indies has issued an Orange Alert for the underwater volcano Kick ’em Jenny1. An Orange Alert means “Highly elevated level of seismic and/or fumarolic activity or other unusual activity. Eruption may begin with less than twenty-four hours notice.”

What is the tsunami threat?

An undersea volcanic eruption can displace the overlying seawater, generating tsunami waves. The amplitude of the waves and area threatened depends upon many factors including the size, depth, and nature of the eruption. Should a tsunami occur, waves would reach Grenada within just a few minutes. If the tsunami were large enough to expand further, it would reach St. Vincent within 10 minutes, Martinique and Tobago within about 30 minutes, and Barbados within about 40 minutes. A very large tsunami could reach the northern coast of Venezuela to the south and the
Leeward Islands and Puerto Rico within an hour and a half. Any tsunami hazard would be confined to the Caribbean region.

SRC Recommendations

  • SRC recommends that vulnerable communities be advised of evacuation routes and transport be put on standby.
  • SRC indicates that local radio stations in Grenada, St. Vincent, Barbados and Trinidad have been placed on alert.
  • SRC recommends that the public listen to their local radio continuously for updates and visits the Seismic Research Center website if possible..
  • SRC instructs that shipping vessels should stay outside of the first exclusion zone - 1.5 km from the summit of Kick ’em Jenny and that non-essential shipping, such as pleasure craft, should stay outside of the secondary exclusion zone – 5 km clear of the summit.

Dr. Simon Atkins' response

"In my professional opinion, the volcanic Orange Alert in the Caribbean is a rather serious planetary risk message from officials. In all my years of studying tsunamis, I have never seen some of the wording included in this particular message from the US National Tsunami Warning Center.  For example, it cites "a very large tsunami could reach ... Puerto Rico ...".  It is not often that "very large" is added to this type of bulletin.  Its language also portends that there has already been a small subterranean volcanic eruption (and they may not yet be telling the public until further assessment has been made); officials may also be seeing a 'crescendo' of energy building on the seafloor.

In looking into this further, at the worst, this active submarine volcano on the Caribbean seafloor just north of Grenada could produce a dangerous tsunami all over the Caribbean, and these types of events have indeed happened in previous centuries.  It is increasingly likely that our earlier-discussed Wave X (, which I predict will be at maximum impact between mid-September and early October, is already causing a larger amount of electromagnetic pulsation into the earth's crust at different points around the world, causing an increasing number of natural extremes compared to historical normal. 

The weakest earth-shift links will 'move' first:  that is, in my predicting an increase in planetary threat events in the next several months, it is likely that we will see 'pulses' of larger earthquakes, and perhaps or even probably multiple tsunami events.  We are already at near double-the-normal amount of volcanic activity worldwide, and this will also pulsate higher in coming weeks; this notably higher additional ash ejected into mainly the Northern Hemisphere will likely be a cause of a much chillier than usual autumn this year in both the USA and Western Europe, since more sunlight will be reflected back out into space. 

I also keep to our original prediction at that there is an increasing probability for a near 9.0 earthquake near or in Iran, which would include Turkey, in addition producing a rising potential of a tsunami risk in the Mediterranean.  Yes, even though we now have this alert for a Caribbean tsunami to possibly occur, it is the Mediterranean that actually has a higher probability for a more destructive tsunami in coming months.  Remember not to act or think in fear; it is important to always be as best prepared as possible, and maximize your planning to your best ability without causing your vibration to go down too far that you get too stressed or even ill.  You can be "in the know" sufficiently to limit your risk, and by thinking ahead of time so you can act quicker if a risk actually became an dangerous event in your area." 

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