7/15/2014 — Yellowstone / Old Faithful – Geyser blast Mushroom Cloud – Much larger than ‘normal’

First, right off the bat, let me tell everyone “PLEASE STAY CALM!!!!!!!!”

The above clip is fiction, the below information is reality.

The morning of July 14, 2014 — Old Faithful geyser in Yellowstone National Park (inside the supervolcano caldera), experienced a much larger than ‘normal’ geyser eruption.


Above: July 14, 2014 – Old Faithful geyser at Yellowstone National Park supervolcano gives off a larger than normal blast of steam, producing a mushroom cloud dwarfing other recent geyser eruptions.

More likened to a ‘blast’, producing an actual mushroom cloud which literally dwarfed the other eruptions of the day, week, or even month(s).

Clearly this blast goes MUCH higher than normal.

Seen at 1min 42sec in this timelapse video:

You can check the streaming feeds, or backdated images to compare to other days activity for reference. (links below)

Old Faithful webcam at Yellowstone – July 14, 2014.

Download the frames at:


View the streaming Yellowstone National Park webcams here:


I personally have been to the area twice, both times at the park for multiple days (camped out inside the caldera as well as traversed the park entirely).

Seeing previous eruptions of the Old Faithful geyser, I can certainly say this is indeed a large blast.

On its own, it might be nothing, however in light of the OTHER news from Yellowstone over the past few months, we really do need to pay attention to these potential large earthquake warning signs.

Signs such as geothermal heat hotspots melting roads inside the park.


Signs such as GPS measurements of the area showing a rise of 4 inches since New Years, and a move of the entire park Southeast by over 3/4 of an inch in the same time frame.


Above: GPS measurements provided by the USGS show a dramatic rise at Yellowstone National Park Supervolcano occurring since approximately New Years at the start of 2014

Signs such as earthquake swarms at a shallow depth, occurring inside the magma chamber of the supervolcano.

craton earthquake march 30 2014a

Signs such as professional seismologists making note of the activity occurring in the region.


Above: Main Stream Media made note of the earthquake swarm occurring along the Western portion of the Yellowstone magma chamber

Signs such as large land mass movement in adjacent areas to the supervolcano.

colorado landslide

Above: End of May 2014 – Large landslide (underground high pressure liquid sand eruption) in Colorado

Signs such as the announcement that magma chambers in the Pacific Northwest are “REPRESSURIZING” , refilling with magma, and raising several volcanic surfaces, inside calderas such as Mount Saint Helens.

Figure 10 Mt St Helens lava dome

View of Mt. Saint Helens new magma dome , building along with a rise in the area, and a “re-pressurization” of the magma chambers beneath the area.

If you put all the above together, indeed there is a heavy increase in activity occurring at Yellowstone Super Volcano.

These are signs we need to pay attention to.  Currently, for the most part, they are being generally IGNORED by the media, professionals, and public.

Better safe than sorry when it comes to the largest volcano in North America.   Pay attention, don’t rely on the media to tell you anything out of the ordinary is occurring.

I’ve got the feeling that even if LAVA was coming up, we’d hear that this is “normal”, assuming we’d even hear about it at all.

Overall, the threat of eruption remains relatively low, however the threat of a large earthquake, like the 1959 Hebgen Lake event, measuring 7.3M , causing major movement in the region does exist.

As we know with ‘public officials’, they’re reading a script, something crafted by those in charge intended to placate your preparedness.

When they tell you everything’s “normal” , and we’re seeing record earthquakes occur……. put 2+2 together…

“When they tell you not to panic, that’s when you run !!!” 😛

      • –  – – – – – – – – – –

Yellowstone supervolcano ‘turned the asphalt into soup’ shutting down Natl. Park’s roads

Extreme heat from a massive supervolcano underneath Yellowstone National Park is melting a major roadway at the popular summertime tourist attraction. Park officials have closed the area to visitors. Firehole Lake Drive, a 3-mile-plus offshoot of the park’s Grand Loop that connects the Old Faithful geyser and the Madison Junction, is currently off limits. Park

Read more [+]


Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s