56: Nicaragua’s Telica Volcano dusts town with ash – 30 eruptions reported after 8 year hiatus

A Telica Volcano
May 2015NICARAUGANicaragua’s Telica volcano, the country’s most active, has spewed fiery rocks and gases, dusting nearby towns with ash. The volcano has registered 30 small eruptions since it rumbled to life on Thursday, the strongest yet occurring on Sunday night, according to the Nicaraguan Geological Institute. The volcano spat hot rocks, gas and ash, reaching a height of 400 meters,’ the agency said in a statement. The flaming rocks caused vegetation on the volcano’s slopes to catch fire, and fiery balls of burning foliage created a spectacle for observers. The nearby towns of Posoltega and Guanacastal were dusted in ash following the eruptions, though no major damage or injuries were reported. Telica, which is 1,061 meters high, is located in the foothills of the Maribios, about 112km northwest of the Nicaraguan capital Managua. The volcano last erupted in 2007. –Sky News
Again, we admonish – stay away from volcanoes. These earthchanges will intensity with many catastrophic consequences – resulting, in many cases, a needless and unfortunate loss of life. Do not climb volcanoes’ trembling summits, and do not scale their foreboding peaks. These systems are under pressures that are incomprehensible to human reasoning, and as such – they are mercurial and extremely unpredictable. The compelling forces driving the coming changes, which will reshape the face of planet Earth, are not under the dictates or mortal men nor will they be swayed by his capricious whims for foolhardy adventure. –TEP
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