Rumblings from Mother Earth
telling us something
By Alan Caruba
Feb 10 - (Excerpts) - As I predicted, news from Haiti in the wake
of the Jan 12
earthquake that leveled Port-au- Prince has become a trickle. A month
later, on February 11, a 4.3 magnitude earthquake hit Chicago and there
was barely any notice taken in the mainstream media.
As February began, The New York Times took notice that, “Hundreds of
Quakes Are Rattling Yellowstone.”
To his credit, reporter Kirk Johnson put the Yellowstone activity in
context, noting that the second-largest ever recorded swarm of quakes
“is more a cause for curiosity than alarm.” In fact, another swarm of
more than 1,000 quakes had struck the park just over a year ago with the
largest recorded occurring in 1985; over a three month period, there
were 3,000 earthquakes.
Yellowstone, however, is special because it is the largest volcanic
caldera in the United States and, should it erupt, the destruction would
be unimaginable. Like Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines, it could fill
the atmosphere with so much material that it would likely alter the
weather around the world for a while.
One, however, has to ask if there is a connection between Haiti,
Chicago, and Yellowstone’s rumblings. Clearly there is movement of the
Earth’s tectonic plates and it is occurring in our neighborhood.
We have been told for years that the San Andreas Fault is likely to
deliver “a big one” again to San Francisco or Los Angeles, but it is the
nature of people to push such things to the back of their minds and
perhaps that is the best thing to do. No one can truly “prepare” for an
There are, however, magnitudes of disaster. My friend, Robert W. Felix,
author of books on the coming ice age and about magnetic reversals when
the magnetic poles reverse—-your compass would point south instead of
north—-says “I do know that smaller eruptions have occurred in sync with
magnetic reversals and in sync with the beginning of previous ice ages.”
A magnetic reversal occurs when the protective magnetic field around the
planet has a precipitous decline in field strength. “And since our
magnetic field strength has declined by two-thirds during the past 2,000
years,” says Felix, “the rate of decline has been speeding up.” (Check
out his website at
Despite the greatest hoax of the modern era, “global warming”, Earth has
entered yet another cooling cycle that could last a decade or two, maybe
longer. The planet is at the end of an interglacial period of 11,500
years and is due a new ice age. Maybe not tomorrow or next week, but the
science says it is inevitable.
When you put together an increase in volcanic activity, a decline in the
magnetic field strength of the planet, and the approach of a new ice
age, it suggests that life as we know it on Earth is going to become a
far bigger problem for all species.
All these rumblings are telling us something.
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