Side Blown Out of LaPalma Volcano
The left (northwest) side of the volcano which is erupting on the island of LaPalma, in the Canary Islands, Atlantic Ocean, off the northwest coast of Africa, BLEW OUT at about 9:00 PM eastern US time on Sunday night.
Hope this finds you well. I'm not given to anything prophetic about myself so please don't think I'm trying to prophesie, hope I spelled that right. But in the end times, I'm not very given to ignoring dreams either.
I'm not big on dreams and don't usually remember them very well after more than a minute being awake. This morning Tuesday 12 October 2021 I know it's the morning because I woke up several times during the night, I was dreaming something about a volcano. It was very distant from where I was though. I remember I was with someone on a wide driveway going up a hill. We were stopped looking at a large Stone like mountain across a valley. The whole side of the mountain suddenly began to Glow like dull lava and small pieces like rocks or gravel began to fall off the sides. It was kind of like watching a large lava flow on La Palma. As we watched it only took seconds before the small rocks falling off the side of the mountain became like the size of buildings. Then the entire front and side of the mountain begin to crumble and fall. There were small lava rocks falling all around us and I shouted run and we both turned and ran up the hill into some kind of building. This was when I woke up. Sorry if it's sparsely detailed and I'm afraid I can't offer a date or time, but again I don't remember my dreams well. If I have it again I'll do my best to remember more detail and post it.
Nov 14 2021 "The Wrath Of God Starts" with "The Trumpet Judgements." It is on that Date or thereafter "The Horrors Begin!"
That’s Revelation 8:8-9
easier to read if you would quit
Using all those CAPITOL LETTERS.
On the one hand, all that extra mass may destabilize the slope, but on the other this event and others allow the pressure to vent, which could prevent the whole island from doing a Krakatoa, hopefully.