Posted by: Puddy Dunne | March 28, 2016

Pavlof: The Big Dog Erupts


This is not good. I was waiting for another volcanic episode to suppose my Semidi Subduction episode. The Alaska/Aleutian subduction zone in the northern Pacific Ocean is tender to say the least, but I suspect it is being targeted by the blob to create the big wobble episode to bring the NWO closer to an agenda on crI$I$.

Alaska’s Pavlof Volcano Spews Ash 20,000 Feet Into Air

Last Eruption of Size  May 13, 2013

Seismologists puzzle over largest deep earthquake ever recorded

The world’s largest recorded deep earthquake occurred on May 24, 2013, at a depth of 609 km in the subducting Pacific plate beneath the Sea of Okhotsk near Kamchatka, Russia, as shown in the schematic vertical cross-section above and on the map below. (Credit: diagram by L. Ye and T. Lay, map by Ye et al., Science)

I will be looking for a large seismic response to the release of pressure and believe we have been in a high state of HAARPING by Gaskon AK and SURA facilities in Russia.

High alert should be noted by watchers. I expect this could be through May depending upon further activity.


HAARPing on BRICS and Drones

BRICS and Drones….Subduction Zones!



  1. I’m not surprised to see the Russians getting more involved in HAARPing. What do you think their strategy will be with it?

    • I suspect along with the active currency and petro-dollar war that the HAARPing has been tit for tat as well. The question is whether it is a joint effort for NWO or really a silent war on Putin’s and NATO’s part. I’m a conspiracy extremist and I think the leaders are all in league, even if they do not particularly care for each other. They serve a master and that comes first. When it gets too silent is when we need to be on alert and expecting the unexpected. This is the year, I am convinced. Are you getting any feelings of impending doom or anxiety?

      • I always get some anxiety at this time of year, with taxes and having to account for every penny of my accounts to Uncle Sam, which has intensified in the past two years with FuBAR foreign assets reporting. My husband was a little too liberal with the spending last year, so our assets were down a bit, but he’s agreed to tighten up, so there is no real reason for my anxiety to continue as long as it has. Using the EFT healing technique, I tried chasing my anxiety to find its source, but couldn’t, so I decided to let my dreams tell me. I must have been asleep for all of three minutes when the answer came. It is all the suffering around the world, all the terror brought to us by our governments–the TPP, Patriot-Act-esque legislation in Europe, all the calumnies we are watching here. Even realizing this doesn’t bring real relief, even avoiding the news most days doesn’t help. It helps me get important things done, but the undertow of anxiety wakes me up each morning more certainly than an alarm clock.

        Thus, yep, I am getting feelings of impending doom or anxiety.

  2. CAPITOL SHOOTING HOAX: Monday morning shooting drill.

    Initial reports of a shooting were especially unclear because the Capitol had held an active shooter drill on Monday morning, leading to confusion over whether the shelter-in-place order was real or a drill.

    Then they took the fake victims to MEDSTAR HOSPITAL IN DC

    BREAKING NEWS: MedStar Health Hacked, EHR Down, FBI Investigating

    News reports confirmed a cyber-attack on the 10-hospital MedStar Health system that had disabled the organization’s EHR

    It just doesn’t get better than this. What a f-cked up country.

  3. This is on the heels of a large one in Papau New Guinea

    6.2 magnitude earthquake 220 km from Dillingham, Alaska, United States
    about 3 hours ago

    UTC time: Saturday, April 02, 2016 05:50 AM
    Your time: Saturday, April 2 2016 1:50 AM
    Magnitude Type: mb
    USGS page: M 6.2 – 100km NNE of Chignik Lake, Alaska
    USGS status: Reviewed by a seismologist
    Reports from the public: 13 people



    Preliminary Earthquake Report Magnitude 6.1
    Date-Time 1 Apr 2016 19:24:57 UTC
    2 Apr 2016 05:24:57 near epicenter
    1 Apr 2016 13:24:57 standard time in your timezone

    Location 3.433S 144.949E
    Depth 14 km
    Distances 120 km (74 mi) NE of Angoram, Papua New Guinea
    147 km (91 mi) E of Wewak, Papua New Guinea
    219 km (135 mi) NNW of Madang, Papua New Guinea
    279 km (172 mi) NNE of Mount Hagen, Papua New Guinea
    708 km (438 mi) NNW of Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea


    RING OF FIRE – HAWAII Activity

    Scientist calls recent earthquakes ‘unusual,’ and here’s why

    On Thursday night, many in Hawaii were startled by a 4.2-magnitude earthquake.
    The temblor struck at 11:16 p.m. roughly 70 miles north of Hilo, and was felt as far away as Oahu. It did not generate a tsunami.

    This was the third notable earthquake recorded this week alone.
    On Monday, March 28, at 4 a.m., a 3.6-magnitude earthquake struck near Kihei. Then on Wednesday, March 30, at 3:10 a.m., a 3.8-magnitude earthquake struck off Pahala.

    Last week Sunday, March 20, at 6:43 p.m., a 4.5-magnitude earthquake struck near Waikii. View an interactive map of earthquakes here.

    But Paul Okubo, a U.S. Geological Survey research geophysicist at Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, says these particular earthquakes are unusual for three reasons.

    “The earthquake magnitudes alone make these unusual. They’re of the size that they are typically pretty widely felt, and that alone makes them kind of interesting,” he said.

    Second, the areas where the earthquakes occurred aren’t especially active.
    “These are areas that we know we could be exposed to earthquakes, but at the same time, these aren’t the source regions, or the areas where the earthquakes occur that we typically record the largest number of earthquakes from,” Okubo said. “They’re in the active regions but they’re not the most active source regions.”

    Third, Okubo noted the timing. All occurred within a few days of each other.
    So what does this mean, and could we expect more earthquakes in the future as strong or possibly stronger?

    Yes, Okubo says, though there’s no immediate cause for concern.
    “The principle that we depend on there is we where we’ve observed large earthquakes, it’s quite likely that we’ll have additional large earthquakes in the future,” he said. “Earthquakes in Hawaii are very closely tied to the active volcanic systems that we have here, and usually, or what we understand is, the more active the volcanoes are, the more seismically active they are as well.”
    Generally when we see quakes in Hawaii, they’re due to the massive weight of the mountains pushing on the earth’s crust and more of a structural adjustment versus California, Japan, and Alaska, where there are two large tectonic plates crashing into each other.

    Okubo stresses it’s impossible to predict earthquakes, and scientists use past data to create a general idea of when and where earthquakes could occur.
    As Hawaii celebrates the 70th anniversary of one of the deadliest tsunamis in Hawaii’s history, Okubo says these earthquakes “are things that help remind us of the need to be aware and somewhat prepared.”

    __________________________________________________________________An offshore earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.1 shook a wide swath of central and western Japan on Friday.

    The largest earthquake in United States:

    today: 6.2 in Dillingham, Alaska, United States
    this week: 6.2 in Dillingham, Alaska, United States
    this month: 6.2 in Dillingham, Alaska, United States
    this year: 7.1 in Anchor Point, Alaska, United States

  4. April 3 2016 – EARTHQUAKE

    M7.2 – VANUATU
    Preliminary Earthquake Report Magnitude 7.2
    Date-Time 3 Apr 2016 08:23:54 UTC
    3 Apr 2016 19:23:54 near epicenter
    3 Apr 2016 02:23:54 standard time in your timezone

    Location 14.347S 166.821E
    Depth 35 km
    Distances 81 km (50 mi) NNW of Port-Olry, Vanuatu
    136 km (84 mi) NNW of Luganville, Vanuatu
    407 km (252 mi) NNW of Port-Vila, Vanuatu
    728 km (451 mi) N of We, New Caledonia
    863 km (535 mi) N of Paita, New Caledonia

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