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Carrizozo lavic fields — New Mexico .
Starting yesterday afternoon (3/23/2012) going into sunset … a plume of some sort erupted from VERY close (13 miles) to the Carrizozo Lavic/Volcanic fields. Coordinates of the plume epicenter/origin point… 33°48’50.13″N , 106° 4’55.15″W
For sure it is NOT a fire (pictures show DIRT and DESERT).. NOT a dust devil (too big and stay stationary at origin point) .. NOT a thunderstorm (clear day / plume comes from ground source) .. NOT military target practice (public area).screenshots from College of Dupage Weather Center : http://weather.cod.edu/satrad/index.php view the 1km VISIBLE Satellite view (3/23/2012 going into sunset).
If its not a fire, dust devil, military test, or weather… then…. What does that leave us?
1. It erupts very close to a dormant volcano
2. There are no forests to burn and pictures actually show straight DIRT and DESERT
3. Clear day, no storms or even cloud cover
4. Point of origin from single point on the ground
5. Not military testing (public area)
6. Erupts in the afternoon into sunset like ALL THE OTHERS
Im not going to give a long drawn out explanation.. at this point.. people should know by now where I stand on this whole matter.
Simply put, we are witnessing a venting of some sort coming from a dormant volcano —- this is due to the EXTREME pressure on the north American Craton (laurentia) . We are seeing activity across the board.. strange rumbles in the middle of the craton (wisconsin).. and steam venting at OTHER dormant volcanic spots along the edge of the plate (link to videos covering previous plume events is below).
I say across the board literally.. from the west coast to the east coast.. earthquakes at dormant volcanoes, reports of rumbles and strange odors from near dormant volcanoes/deep earth fracking sites.
It should be obvious by now. The north american plate is in a REAL state of unrest — we are seeing the signs of heavy movement… for instance.. see the my video below about yellowstone having some very strange signatures.. and also I speak about the Wisconsin rumbles..
More on Carrizozo lavic fields here:
cinder cones 1731 m / 5,679 ft
New Mexico, Canada and USA (mainland), 33.78°N / -105.93°W
Current status: dormantTypical eruption style: effusive
Carrizozo volcano eruptions: 3250 BC ± 500 years
The massive Carrizozo lava flow is one of Earth’s longest known lava flows that were erupted in the past 10,000 years. The basalt flow is 50 m thick, 75 km long, 1-5 km wide and was mainly fed by lava tubes.
The vent of the Carrizozo lava flow is a broad low basaltic shield on the floor of the Tularosa Basin, east of the Rio Grande Rift, topped by Little Black Peak, a small cinder cone with 3 nested craters and a frozen lava lake.
The flow reached a length of 75 km extending into the Tularosa Basin of south-central New Mexico. Its total volume is estimated 4.3 cubic km.
It is similar to the presently active lava flow field of Kilauea volcano on Hawai’i, and believed to have been produced by a persistent single eruption that might have lasted a few decades.
A surface exposure age of about 5200 years Before Present was obtained for the Carrizozo lava flow, the second youngest in New Mexico. An older lava flow traveled 16 km south and 11 km east from Broken Back crater.
Source: GVP Carrizozo volcano information
If you’re new to the subject, and want to get up to speed on this development.. please start here:
And read these:
All of my previous midwest/west coast/ east coast/south usa plume events:
All of my previous videos on Nuclear Facility earthquakes:
All of my previous posts on the north american Craton pressure: