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The coming apocalypse


Valverde – January 14, 2019

To date, there are about a dozen regions on the planet with increased seismic and volcanic activity. Attention is focused on these places not so much because of this activity itself, but because of the numerous prophecies about the cataclysms that will occur in these places.

One of these potentially dangerous areas is the Canary Islands, the change in the level of which was predicted by famous Edgar Cayce at least. Since the Canary Islands, according to many researchers, are the remains of Atlantis, as a result of the shift of the poles, which Cayce predicted , the Canaries will rise above sea level showing the world the remains of the flooded continent. 

Naturally, this rise of the lost city will cause a huge forceful wave.

In addition, there are a number of indirect indications of a catastrophic eruption in the Canary Islands in a variety of prophecies. For example, a Catholic soothsayer, who correctly predicted World War 2 and the 1981 assassination attempt on John Paul II, said a huge tsunami would devastate the US.

Sister Lucia of Fatima saw a vision of a massive earthquake and the “sea overflowing”.

The Vatican has endorsed Sister Fatima’s visions and is in the process of making her a Catholic saint.

In his book Unveiling the Apocalypse, Emmett O’Regan claims Sister Lucia foresaw a volcano in the Canary Islands erupt and then collapse into the sea, causing a massive tidal wave.

The theory of a catastrophic volcanic eruption in the Canaries comes not only from E. Cayce and sister Lucia. Hundreds of other mystics talk about it as well. Scientists have also warned of such an event. 

Additionally, New York, Boston and Miami could all be struck by the monster wave, while Central and South American tourist hotspots like the Bahamas, Barbados, and Trinidad and Tobago would also be in the firing line, according to research by the Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics at the University of California and the Benfield Greig Hazard Research Centre at University College, London.

Here is an animation of the seismic events that took place in the Canary Islands in 2018:

Seismic activity in the Canary Islands in 2017:

Seismic activity on the Canary Islands in 2016:

Thus, in 2016, 338 earthquakes were registered in the Canary Islands, 1,100 in 2017, and 1,527 in 2018--an increase of 39% in one year and 450% intwo years. 

Based on this date, the date and time when the island La Palma, or even some of the Islands of the archipelago will explode cannot be accurately pinpointed. However, statistics are not a mystery, but an exact, natural science. And these statistics inexorably indicate that an eruption in the Canary Islands will occur and could be in the very near future.

Author: USA Really