Earth Changes In 2016? How To Get Prepared For The Coming Earthquakes And Volcanic Eruptions

Four Horsemen - Public DomainAll over the world seismic activity is increasing.  In recent weeks we have seen a dramatic earthquake in Ecuador, more than 600 earthquakes have experts extremely alarmed about what is happening to Japan’s southern Island, and 37 volcanoes around the planet are erupting right now.  Most of the large earthquakes and volcanic eruptions that we have witnessed lately have come along the Ring of Fire, which is an area of seismic instability which roughly encircles the Pacific Ocean.  Fortunately the west coast of the United States has been spared so far, but scientists tell us that tension has been building up along the San Andreas fault and the Cascadia Subduction Zone for decades, and they assure us that it is only a matter of time before we see a major event.  What that day arrives, will you be prepared?

There were a couple of notable seismic events which took place on Monday.  First of all, the largest volcano in Russia’s Far East known as Klyuchevskaya Sopka violently erupted.  Steaming hot ash was shot more than three miles up into the air, but fortunately it is not a heavily populated area.  This represents yet another major volcanic eruption along the Ring of Fire, and this has some scientists extremely concerned about what may be coming next.

Here in the United States, an unusual swarm of 21 earthquakes along the Arizona-Nevada border is also raising eyebrows

More small earthquakes shook northwest Arizona Sunday adding to the list of temblors that have struck the area since March 29.

The Arizona Geological Survey said two quakes occurred, including a magnitude 2.6 quake at 12:07 a.m.

There has been a swarm of 21 quakes in an area along the Arizona-Nevada line south-southwest of Littlefield, AZ, which is also close to southwestern Utah and the frequency and span puzzles geologists.

The good news is that we have not had a truly historic earthquake in the U.S. for decades, and there have been no major volcanic eruptions since Mount St. Helens exploded back in 1980.

But scientists assure us that we are living on borrowed time, and there are three extremely dangerous volcanoes in North America that I am keeping a close watch on right now…

#1 Mt. Popocatepetl

Popocatepetl is an Aztec word that can be translated as “smoking mountain”, and more than 25 million people live within range of this extraordinarily dangerous mountain.  Experts tell us that during the time of the Aztecs, entire cities were completely buried in super-heated mud from this volcano.  In fact, the super-heated mud was so deep that it buried entire pyramids.  In the event of a full-blown eruption, Mexico City’s 18 million residents probably wouldn’t be buried in super-heated mud, but it would still be absolutely devastating for Mexico’s largest city.

#2 Mt. Rainier

Mt. Rainier has been dubbed a “time bomb“, “the most dangerous mountain in the United States” and “one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world” because it sits so close to Seattle, Tacoma and other major cities along the coast of Washington state.  In the event of a full-blown eruption, countless numbers of people would literally be buried alive in a tsunami of super-heated mud.  These tsunamis of super-heated mud are known as “lahars”, and scientists believe that Mt. Rainier is capable of producing lahars that could move at speeds of up to 50 miles per hour.  I am so convinced that an eruption of Mt. Rainier is in our future that I even put one in my novel.

#3 The Yellowstone Supervolcano

Many of us that are a bit older still remember the eruption of Mount St. Helens back in 1980.  Well, scientists tell us that a full-blown eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano would have up to 2,000 times the power of that eruption.  Salt Lake City would be toast, anything caught outside in Denver would probably be dead in pretty short order, and a layer of volcanic ash at least 10 feet deep would be dumped on everything even up to 1,000 miles away.  Food production in America would be virtually wiped out, and a “volcanic winter” would cool global temperatures by up to 20 degrees for an extended period of time.

In other words, life as we know it would come to an end.

That is why the extremely unusual activity going on at Yellowstone right now is such a concern.  If it decides to blow, world history will make a dramatic turn in a single moment.

So what should we do?

As always, we should never give in to fear.  There are definitely going to be major earthquakes and historic volcanic eruptions in North America, and we are going to have to deal with them.  Doing some common sense things in advance will give you and your family the best chance of calmly and smoothly making it through such a crisis.

Below, I have shared some tips that come directly from the CDC.  This first set of tips suggests things that you and your family can do to get prepared for a major earthquake…


Gather Emergency Supplies

Stock up now on emergency supplies that can be used after an earthquake. These supplies should include a first aid kit, survival kits for the home, automobile, and workplace, and emergency water and food. Store enough supplies to last at least 3 days.

Evacuation Plans

If an earthquake occurs, you may need to evacuate a damaged area afterward. By planning and practicing for evacuation, you will be better prepared to respond appropriately and efficiently to signs of danger or to directions by civil authorities.

  • Take a few minutes with your family to discuss a home evacuation plan. Sketch a floor plan of your home; walk through each room and discuss evacuation details.
  • Plan a second way to exit from each room or area, if possible. If you need special equipment, such as a rope ladder, mark where it is located.
  • Mark where your emergency food, water, first aid kits, and fire extinguishers are located.
  • Mark where the utility switches or valves are located so that they can be turned off, if possible.
  • Indicate the location of your family’s emergency outdoor meeting place.

Establish Priorities

Take time before an earthquake strikes to write an emergency priority list, including:

  • important items to be hand-carried by you
  • other items, in order of importance to you and your family
  • items to be removed by car or truck if one is available
  • things to do if time permits, such as locking doors and windows, turning off the utilities, etc.

Write Down Important Information

Make a list of important information and put it in a secure location. Include on your list:

  • important telephone numbers, such as police, fire, paramedics, and medical centers
  • the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of your insurance agents, including policy types and numbers
  • the telephone numbers of the electric, gas, and water companies
  • the names and telephone numbers of neighbors
  • the name and telephone number of your landlord or property manager
  • important medical information, such as allergies, regular medications, etc.
  • the vehicle identification number, year, model, and license number of your automobile, boat, RV, etc.
  • your bank’s or credit union’s telephone number, account types, and numbers
  • radio and television broadcast stations to tune to for emergency broadcast information

Gather and Store Important Documents in a Fire-Proof Safe

  • Birth certificates
  • Ownership certificates (automobiles, boats, etc.)
  • Social Security cards
  • Insurance policies
  • Wills
  • Household inventory, including:
    • list of contents
    • photographs of contents of every room
    • photographs of items of high value, such as jewelry, paintings, collectors’ item


Preparing for a volcanic eruption requires a strategy that is a little bit different.  Here are more tips from the CDC


If you are told to evacuate

Follow authorities’ instructions if they tell you to leave the area. Though it may seem safe to stay at home and wait out an eruption, doing so could be very dangerous. Volcanoes spew hot, dangerous gases, ash, lava, and rock that are powerfully destructive.

Preparing to evacuate

  • Tune in the radio or television for volcano updates.
  • Listen for disaster sirens and warning signals.
  • Review your emergency plan and gather your emergency supplies. Be sure to pack at least a 1-week supply of prescription medications.
  • Prepare an emergency kit for your vehicle with food, flares, booster cables, maps, tools, a first aid kit, a fire extinguisher, sleeping bags, a flashlight, batteries, etc.
  • Fill your vehicle’s gas tank.
  • If no vehicle is available, make arrangements with friends or family for transportation, or follow authorities’ instructions on where to obtain transportation.
  • Place vehicles under cover, if at all possible.
  • Put livestock in an enclosed area. Plan ahead to take pets with you, but be aware that many emergency shelters cannot accept animals.
  • Fill your clean water containers.
  • Fill sinks and bathtubs with water as an extra supply for washing.
  • Adjust the thermostat on refrigerators and freezers to the coolest possible temperature. If the power goes out, food will stay cooler longer.

As you evacuate

  • Take only essential items with you, including at least a 1-week supply of prescription medications.
  • If you have time, turn off the gas, electricity, and water.
  • Disconnect appliances to reduce the likelihood of electrical shock when power is restored.
  • Make sure your automobile’s emergency kit is ready.
  • Follow designated evacuation routes—others may be blocked—and expect heavy traffic and delays.

If you are told to take shelter where you are

  • Keep listening to your radio or television until you are told all is safe or you are told to evacuate. Local authorities may evacuate specific areas at greatest risk in your community.
  • Close and lock all windows and outside doors.
  • Turn off all heating and air conditioning systems and fans.
  • Close the fireplace damper.
  • Organize your emergency supplies and make sure household members know where the supplies are.
  • Make sure the radio is working.
  • Go to an interior room without windows that is above ground level.
  • Bring your pets with you, and be sure to bring additional food and water supplies for them.
  • It is ideal to have a hard-wired (non-portable) telephone in the room you select. Call your emergency contact—a friend or family member who does not live near the volcano—and have the phone available if you need to report a life-threatening condition. Remember that telephone equipment may be overwhelmed or damaged during an emergency.


In the end, you have got to do what you feel is best for you and your family.

Personally, I would be extremely hesitant to live in very high risk areas along the west coast or near the Yellowstone supervolcano.  This is especially true considering how dramatically global seismic activity is increasing.

But others point to the fact that these “danger areas” have not seen any major events in decades, so they wonder what all of the fuss is about.

So what do you think?  Please feel free to join the discussion by posting a comment below…

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  • yEshUA ImmAnUEl

    “The force with which the terrestrial fibres of pleasure and pain twist away from the celestial fibres they reflect (contradict), but ex-press the force with which the two strands will enfold each other when the finite will removes the pressure with which it clings to its idols and turns toward the true ray, and toward its celestial Source.”

  • yEshUA ImmAnUEl

    “The Law of Contradictories is also the Law of communication as well as the Law of mani-festation, for the object and purpose of man-i-fest-ation is communication. And if assimilating, reading and healing are all different degrees of communication, then must this Law of Contradictories be the Law of The Most High.”

  • yEshUA ImmAnUEl

    “When I can invert Disease and read it from right to left, then I know the mystery of Health, and not before. Pleasure and pain are a double strand twisted together into the reflected half of a word. This reflected half is, either Dis-ease, or finite Health, but the other half, the contradictory of Disease, is the perfect ease of true Health, while Wholeness is the equilibrium between the refraction and reflection which cuts or distinguishes between the inseparable. It mysteriously combines the double strands which were twisted in opposite directions.”

  • yEshUA ImmAnUEl

    “The equilibrium of these two woes, finally enable consciousness to assume its equilibrium. They teach the way to true Health. Without the action of the woe of pleasure, and the reaction of the woe of pain, consciousness could never realize its celestial heritage. Herein is the Worth of the two woes. Pleasure is as much a disease as is pain. Pleasure and pain are head and foot of the staff of disease, and disease is the inverted reflection, or, contradictory of Health.”

  • yEshUA ImmAnUEl

    “Healing, — making whole, is therefore, the last and greatest Word for me to learn. It is the process of combining the contradictory parts of the drama into a magnificent Whole, and entering into the spirit of the Divine Author; it is a swinging out from time into eternity to enact a part prepared for me from the beginning.”

  • yEshUA ImmAnUEl

    “Intuitive discerning of the relation of True Opposites to contradictory opposites which will lead the true seeker safely through the mazes of the Labyrinth of inverted reflections, and enable him to destroy the Minotaur of sense and seeming.”

  • yEshUA ImmAnUEl

    “And just as it is impossible for me to walk in two opposite directions at the same time ; just as it is impossible for me to affirm both of two Contradictions to be true and avoid mental chaos and nothingness, just so it is impossible for me to affirm the identity of Real Opposites and Contradictory Opposites, and avoid spiri- tual chaos and nothingness.
    To grasp this distinction is to make the choice between the Real and the un-real, between Light and darkness, between Life and death, between the Eternal and the temporal, between Wholeness and chaos.”

  • yEshUA ImmAnUEl

    “Manna from Heaven = Images sent from Infinite Mind through rays of light to your finite mind.
    In other words, pictures, thoughts, or ideas sent from God to you, through light.
    Compare the words ‘thought’ and ‘through’.”

  • yEshUA ImmAnUEl

    “The Law of Man-i-fest-ation, or of pointing out Images, is the Law of Contradictories. Contradictory Opposites are inverted and left-sided reflections of
    Real or Polar Opposites. Polar Opposites mutually imply and include each other, while Contradictory Opposites mutually deny and exclude each other.”

  • yEshUA ImmAnUEl

    “Consciousness is, therefore, the focus where form, or images, is made clear, — made manifest. The word manifest at once interests me. The primary sense of the word man, manna, manes, is image, form, shade; festu was a small staff used to point out letters to children when learning to read, therefore the first meaning of man and festu joined together in the word man-i-fest evidently is to point out, or make clear the image, form, man, manna, manes. And this I take to be the object, or purpose of all manifestation, viz., to bring to a vital focus the divine image of Soul. Accordingly I regard images as of four degrees, or classes, the first two being reflected and terrestrial, the last two being refracted and celestial.”

  • yEshUA ImmAnUEl

    “To cast out the errors of my desires, and to heal the diseases of my sensations; for the reflection must correspond to the refraction. And not only my own errors and diseases, but also those of other souls slumbering in their inner rooms of consciousness. For within every inner room there glimmers a celestial Thought-ray of Infinite Mind. And with-in the unity of this Infinite Mind our true consciousnesses all move and have their being.
    To enter within this inner room and to realize its inseparable unity with the celestial Man-sions of all consciousness, is to reverse Night and Day, and to awaken and find how soundly I have been asleep amid the inverted shadows of the true Aurora.”