Burning Mountain Cast Into The Sea in Revelation 8 Explained – Cumbre Vieja la Palma Volcano

In Global Meltdown Domino Effect

Event 2 – Rev. Ch. 8 V 8

In the Atlantic Ocean just off the coast of West Africa sits Cumbre Vieja an active volcano in the Canaries.

When this volcano erupts in the future it is likely that the west face will landslide into the sea. This will equate to a piece of rock twice the size of the Isle of Man hitting the water at 200 miles per hour.

This will create a dome of water 2,700 feet high, which will then collapse, rebound and generate a mega tsunami.

Within minutes of the collapse waves over 300 feet high will hit the Western Sahara. A few hours later waves over 140 feet high will hit the north coast of Brazil and after about 5 hours the east coast of the United States will be hit with waves over 150 feet high destroying New York, Boston, Florida etc.

This landslide and mega tsunami will also sink any shipping along the coastline. The wave is expected to travel about 20 miles inland flushing the contents of the drains and sewers into the sea. This pollution coupled with risen sea temperatures will cause a toxic bacteria bloom “Red Tide” which will spread across the Atlantic and will kill most of the fish.

Revelation Chapter 8 Verse 8 says:
The second angel sounded his trumpet, and something like a huge mountain, all ablaze, was thrown into the sea. A third of the sea turned to blood, a third of the living creatures in the sea died, and a third of the ships were destroyed. (NIV)

In 1949 an earthquake caused the west face of Cumbre Vieja to crack and move towards the sea. Temperatures weren’t sufficient to send it all the way in those days, but that is about to change.

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