Magma on the move: Levels are stirring uniformly across planet’s hotspots

May 1, 2011 – They are called hotspots or magma plumes and they are deep cavities in the planet’s mantle that vent magma. They are the clearest way to gauge the planet’s temperature and pulse. Increased seismic activity in these regions signals planetary interior gradient along with magmatic pressures are rising. When earthquakes begin increasing along these regions, we’ll know we’ve run out of time as I mentioned in my book.
Increased volcanic activity in Iceland, Hawaii, as well as recent quakes on Easter Island, Tistan da Cunha, the Kermadec-Tonga arcs, and now the 4.6 magnitude quake at Galapolos Triple Junction region all signal the planet is running out of time and this process is escalating. –The Extinction Protocol
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41 Responses to Magma on the move: Levels are stirring uniformly across planet’s hotspots

  1. Tamara says:

    I havent followed the numbers of quakes on the various hot spots but havent these quakes been happening like this all along on this earth? Havent these quakes been happening like this since we were first able to realise the geology of our planet?


  2. Laura says:

    Alvin… if I send you my cell phone number, will you please text me ahead of time… so I will know that I need a cocktail in hand prior to coming here to read?! 😉


  3. Bundy says:

    Hahaha Laura,very funny!!! It sounds good,we should all have a cocktail or two!


  4. Nickie says:

    LOL…Ditto…Can you put my name on the list too please Alvin?….Still laughing 🙂


  5. ashuka says:

    i look forwar to reading alvin’s book , sounds interestin.


  6. gerald says:

    Today I noticed the return of that “impending disaster” feeling that many people had before the Japan quake. It had subsided, but it’s back again, waiting for the proverbial ‘other shoe’ to drop. As you stated, we are running out of time. You have all the information, do you have the ‘feeling’ now too?


  7. markosity1973 says:

    Ahhh, now I understand your theory of upcoming events I think.

    Are you suggesting we are heading for a crustal displacement pole shift? There are already plenty of signs of the actual magnetic pole shifting and not by a little either.

    I’m guessing that the earthquakes and magma hotspots are akin to a seized bearing freeing up – once the crust has freed itself to ‘float’ around all the tectonic plates will bob around and physically move in relation to the iron core at the middle of the planet.

    That will not be a pretty scenario at all and one that I dare say only luck will help even the most prepared survive.


  8. J Guffey says:

    Thanks again for keeping on top of things Alvin. I love being informed. God bless.


  9. Daisy says:

    Gerald, I have the same feeling, hard to shake. We are prepared and that is all we can do, right know. It is good to hear that others have the same feeling and that your not alone.

    God Bless


  10. Tina Marie says:

    Neither of you are alone. I have been feeling the same way. The nausea and balance problems are getting worse and I’ve never been one to experience nausea even whe I was pregnant with my 4 kids. I am not a doom and gloom kinda person by any means but I can’t shake the feeling something big is coming here in the US. I pray we all have the strength to make it through the events to come.


  11. Logman says:

    Alvin, how come Japan isn’t on the hotspot map?


  12. Tamara says:

    When I hear of all the impending doom I feel like packin up and headin for the hills. Last month I concluded near the Canadian border (North Dakota) might be safe; since then there has been stronger blizzards and flooding…. Edgar Cayce predicted a pole shift and mentioned Virginia Beach as a safe haven. Question is if anyone survives the shift when it does happen, will they in fact be the lucky ones?


  13. manchild says:

    Redding California here. I didn’t know that the Yellowstone complex affect things westward. Wow. Well, when Shasta begins to rumble, I’m outta here.


  14. michael du toit says:

    I agree with Tina. We heading for the next one, do not know where. My ears are singing heavely from last night and is getting worse. I’m following magnetosphere simulation and we getting to 700 V (km/s) and LISS is quiet as well today.


  15. radiogirl says:

    I’m with you Laura…I’m getting the hives now from make mine a benadryl cocktail lightly stirred as to not bruise it.

    Heavy rain and hailed 4 times in a weekend here in my neck of the woods.Take care my friends,R


  16. Wiseguy says:

    Escape is not the issue. If you read TEP blog for a while, you’ll find that Alvin is telling us to prepare our souls more than our houses. I’m feeling so relax and in peace with myself and I notice that people around me can feel it. I’m sure many of us will guide our friends and our families when they will be desoriented, lost and scared about what to come.


    • Sera says:

      I agree with wiseguy. Im at peace…whatever happens will happen regardless of how prepared we are.
      Thanks for your site and for keeping us informed Alvin.
      God bless us all.


    • J Guffey says:

      Wiseguy – I agree, soul prep is the absolute most important issue. I too am trying to warn people to be sure they are ready to meet the Lord and of things to soon come.

      According to the Bible, eventually, there will be no safe place. The Earth is going to convulse more violently than our minds can imagine. Anyone spared will survive only because God protected them (no matter where they were).

      By the same token, only God can give us peace as we face uncertain times ahead. I have that peace and glad you and many others that post on EP do also.

      God bless you.


  17. Lisa says:

    Alvin as someone without a lot of scientific knowledge, what do you look for to tell when magma is on the move? I have been depending on spiritual gifts and the feelings I get before something happens. I would much appreciate your explaination if it is not too much trouble.


    • Lisa, anything for you and its never too much trouble. I’m going to give you another map. Print it…and add a red spot for Yellowstone on the map. Keep it by your computer.
      When you see seismic activity increasing at the deep plumes; you’ll know the planet has reached a very dangerous stage in this crisis.


  18. Sufi says:

    how much time do you think, 6 months? A year? 2 ? Alvin – what do you think?


  19. Mariel says:

    Last night it snowed on May 1 in northern New Mexico, and I expected it to melt
    overnight. But this morning, May 2, lovely frozen crystals on the grass and on top
    of the almost-ready-to-bloom balls on the snowball tree. Weird weather produces
    some beautiful sights, such as real snow on the snowball blooms. I think they survived,
    looking OK later today. George Ure on Urban Survival says some gizmo–magnometer?–looks like Japan-size quake this week, through Thursday.


    • APAK says:

      I sure hope the snowy weather doesn’t return to Alaska. I am enjoying spring. Is it unusual for the lower 48’s to have snowfall while Alaska is beginning to bloom?? I noticed last year that spring came early as well. I sort of thought maybe it was due to a volcanic eruption, I believe, in Iceland. I read somewhere that the ashes could either create colder or warmer weather. I’m not sure how much of that is true…
      Blessings to all, A


  20. Zyler Avoca says:

    I wrote the following in the first week of January this year (a few months before the 8.9 earthquake/tsunama which hit Japan):


    2002 / 21
    2003 / 28
    2004 / 27
    2005 / 32
    2006 / 20
    2007 / 41
    2008 / 35
    2009 / 71
    2010 / 168
    2011 / ___ –began with a bang

    Some skeptics say that, prior to 2009, earthquakes 6.0 were not as noticeable as they are today. Way back then humans did not know how to count, and obviously humanity evolved significantly in 2010.


    Very interesting — After 2010 ended with an all time record number Mag 7-7.9 (21 compared with the average of 15 per year) , it started with 2 in the first 2 days.

    If you look at the graph, it’s like classic birthpangs…
    quakes are becoming stronger and more numerous, with less time between and with with greater intensity!

    Earthquake Facts and Statistics
    Frequency of Occurrence of Earthquakes
    Magnitude Average Annually:
    8 and higher — 1 per year ¹
    7 – 7.9 –15 ¹
    6 – 6.9 — 134 ²
    5 – 5.9 — 1319 ²
    4 – 4.9 — 13,000 (estimated)
    3 – 3.9 — 130,000 (estimated)
    2 – 2.9 — 1,300,000 (estimated)

    ¹ Based on observations since 1900.
    These numbers have been recently updated, based on data
    from the Centennial catalog (from 1900 to 1999) and the PDE
    (since 2000).

    ² Based on observations since 1990.

    Magnitude vs. Ground Motion and Energy
    Magnitude Change Ground Motion Change
    (Displacement) Energy Change
    1.0 10.0 times about 32 times
    0.5 3.2 times about 5.5 times
    0.3 2.0 times about 3 times
    0.1 1.3 times about 1.4 times

    This table shows that a magnitude 7.2 earthquake produces 10 times more ground motion than a magnitude 6.2 earthquake, but it releases about 32 times more energy. The energy release best indicates the destructive power of an earthquake.

    See: How much bigger is a magnitude 8.7 earthquake than a magnitude 5.8 earthquake?

    The USGS estimates that several million earthquakes occur in the world each year. Many go undetected because they hit remote areas or have very small magnitudes. The NEIC now locates about 50 earthquakes each day, or about 20,000 a year.

    As more and more seismographs are installed in the world, more earthquakes can be and have been located. However, the number of large earthquakes (magnitude 6.0 and greater) has stayed relatively constant.

    See: Are Earthquakes Really on the Increase?


  21. Fillade says:

    Hello Alvin, I am new to your site, two weeks now, it is a blessing, I am tracking the Canary Island events, do to residing on LINY. When La Palma slips all can visulize what 7-10 million people fleeing off this island will be like. I am with a very deep study chrisitan church, I am not selling any sect here. I would like to state the condensed time line I understand and show how it aligns with your understandung of 2-3 years, you are on target. The beginning of the millennium 2028, end of this age 2027, counting back 7 years (period of basic restoration of food producing ability) 2019-2020, counting back 3 1/2 years (period of the witnesses) 2015. Without this time being shortened we are 4 years away from the apperance of the witnesses in Jerusalem. God said he will cut this time short or no flesh would be saved. We are so close to the beginning of the great tribulation you cannot comphrend. It’s like being on a ocean liner, at midnight in a cloudy sky with no moon light and looking out a port hole to see another ocean liner passing in the opposite direction 3 feet away.


  22. HI Alvin,

    I know that NASA , France, Japan and even the Vatican have built all kinds of Infrared observatories in the south pole to observe D23 K9 aka Nibiru that is coming from “under” our planet with an angle of 45 degrees and is hurling towards the inner solar system with its massive density and very high and powerful magnetic field. Do you think this might be one of the reasons these deep plumes are much more in the southern hemisphere?


    • Plumes are natural geologic features in terrestrial planets with magmetic interiors. Venus has about 9 magma plumes, similarly to Earth. I think the plumes are closely connected with spheres of magnetism. I talk more about that later in the future.


  23. Dears,
    My name is Maiquel, i´m in Easter Island Right now, the people feels two earthquakes today, i´m afraid, i live here with my family, what can you say about this quakes, are volcanos under sea ?? this will generate tsunamis??
    Thx by any explanation,


    • Easter Island has a rich volcanic history. Volcanologists expect that the next volcanic eruption on the island will be of the “strombolian monogenetic type,” producing a cone of between 30 and 250 metres in height and a lava flow of between 100 and 10,000 metres in length. One of the most heavily populated areas in the north east of the island has experienced the highest level of volcanic activity over the past 11,000 years, and it is therefore likely that this volcanic activity will continue in future. However, it is impossible to predict when such an eruption will take place. “While it is possible to determine where there is the greatest future danger, our current understanding of volcanic phenomena does not allow us to predict when an eruption will take place,” explains Rodríguez-González. However, the researchers say that currently “the number of eruptive centres is on the increase, and periods of volcanic inactivity are getting shorter.” They also warn that over the past 11,000 years “the amount of magma released has increased, as has the explosivity of eruptions.” -Science Daily

      The island is not in danger of a volcanic eruption at present and any sign of trouble will be something I will report on. Until then, enjoy your life on the scenic island.

      God bless,


  24. Brent Potratz says:

    Hi Alvin, I’m new to your site and your work is fabulous. Well done. It’s hard to find good information, level-headed people in chat rooms and such a positive attitude. 🙂 I’m living up in Sasksatchewan Canada and understand it’s a good place to weather what’s ahead. I agree one needs to be at peace and level headed. Even then times will tax every ounce of our strength to make it through each day. And then we need strength to help others. God bless everyone in their journey ahead. Brent


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