Big Island Video News 12-21-20… “Eruption Boils Away Kilauea Water Lake, Forming New Lava Lake”

This, to me, is a very major event. Flows are occurring on the planet which this is a part of. This is an indication that the planet is “erupting” into a new consciousness, and reflects a strong energetic movement within the planetary consciousness.

This event also concurs with what Gene was talking about in the recently posted decode (related Kp blog post).

Thanks to Beverly for transmitting this link to me.

And for those who wish to see where I used to live, relative to the eruption area, view this image.

“The Sunday evening eruption of K?lauea – the first eruptive activity at the volcano in over two years – has already erased the growing summit water lake and is replacing it with a new lava lake at the base of the crater.

“The eruption started suddenly at approximately 9:30 p.m. HST during a brief earthquake swarm at the summit… The activity is contained within Halema?uma?u crater in K?lauea caldera, scientists say. One of the fountains within the crater was 165 feet tall.”

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Eruption Boils Away Kilauea Water Lake, Forming New Lava Lake
by Big Island Video News on Dec 21, 2020 at 12:54 am

HAWAI?I VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK – Multiple fissures of lava cascaded into the summit water lake, boiling off the water and forming a new lava lake, scientists say.

Shortly after approximately 9:30 p.m. HST, an eruption commenced at the summit of K?lauea Volcano. Red spots are the approximate locations of fissure vents feeding lava flowing into the bottom of Halema‘uma‘u crater. The water lake at the base of Halema‘uma‘u crater has been replaced with a growing lava lake. Lava coverage is deeper by 10 m (32 ft) or larger and bigger in extent than the water in this photo (base map is from imagery collected on September 23, 2020). The easternmost vent is currently exhibiting fountains up to approximately 50 m (164 ft) high with minor fountaining on the west side. Occasion blasts of uncertain origin are occurring from lava lake surface. USGS photo.

(BIVN) – The Sunday evening eruption of K?lauea – the first eruptive activity at the volcano in over two years – has already erased the growing summit water lake and is replacing it with a new lava lake at the base of the crater.

The eruption started suddenly at approximately 9:30 p.m. HST during a brief earthquake swarm at the summit. Scientists say multiple fissures opened on the walls of Halema?uma?u crater. The lava cascaded into the summit water lake, boiling off the water and forming a new lava lake at the base of the crater.

The activity is contained within Halema?uma?u crater in K?lauea caldera, scientists say. One of the fountains within the crater was 165 feet tall.

A steam and gas plume from the eruption in Halema?uma?u crater at K?lauea summit. Lava contained within the crater illuminates the steam produced by the lava interacting with, and boiling off, the summit water lake that resided in the base of Halema?uma?u crater. USGS photo.

The National Weather Service posted an update at 12:21 a.m. Monday morning, saying that “all available data indicate that the eruption that occurred at Halema?uma?u late Sunday night is easing, with just a low-level steam cloud lingering.” The forecasters said that the Hawai?i County Civil Defense reported that “no ashfall was observed near and downwind of the crater, including on Highway 11, and that the eruption may have been primarily comprised of steam.”

190918 Journey to Kilauea HI DEF VIDEOS playlist

In addition to these videos, this journey included several numerical synchronicities… Departure time of 1212; Gas fill mileage of 138866; Departure (from Kilauea) time of 4:44 PM; Also observed a 5:55 PM on the ride home.

To view in HI DEF, please be sure to click the gear on lower right of the video window, and select 1080 (or 720).
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8H87sj5d428&list=PL06qDcsJSVrKOdeua5LNP416uehozAaQO

To see a list and view individual videos, click here.

190723 Kilauea Mission HI DEF Videos playlist… (and a couple of notes about the 7-23-19 Mission)

There were a couple of items that occurred to me after I’d made the final video, so I wanted to share those.

First, today was a 7-23-2019, day, or, 7+2+3 = 12, plus 2+0+1+9 = 12. A 12-12 day, in other words. And add 12+12 and get 24. Now, from Angel Numbers 101*:

12: Keep your thoughts positive about the future, as what you are thinking influences your future. This is a message to keep your faith and hope strong, because these are strong determining factors right now.

24: Additional angels are surrounding you right now, helping you stay optimistic no matter what is going on around you. The angels know the magical power of faith, and they’re releasing any negative thoughts and emotions to give you a clear path for the manifestation of your desires.

I feel that this date may have been connecting with the message to keep out of the “chaos show” and just observe, without becoming “emotionally connected” to it. In my view, intent should be focussed on the Light to come in, rather than for any particular result to happen.

Second, it is very possible that the mission today was to simply go the Kilauea and to BE there, in peace and joy and all that. Well, what happens the first thing I get there, and I walk into the Volcano Art Center? I was handed a bag full of lychee fruit from one of the staff, after which I shared some of it with three different families that were picnicking at the Volcano Visitor Center. We all enjoyed the sweetness of the island.

I also found (and purchased) a couple of small art items I’d not seen before, so that has already brightened my place.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QyIcggucRFc&list=PL06qDcsJSVrJKcYpyvUVeMbXG0dXsq34d

To view and play individual videos, please click here.

* Virtue, Doreen. Angel Numbers 101: The Meaning of 111, 123, 444, and Other Number Sequences. Hay House. Kindle Edition.

Kilauea (non) eruption Update 9-19-18… “Empire State Building deep caldera… and several new black sand beaches in Puna”

I’m posting these in chronological order. The first two show the remarkable new Kilauea caldera, with a geologist talking about the science of it all, and the last shows all the new beaches formed in Puna as a result of the recent lava flows. These I found fun to watch.

From Big Island Video News.
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https://youtu.be/9SkSI_T27z8
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https://youtu.be/yaPJKNiEeiw
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https://youtu.be/ajenHbaqMEU

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Big Island Video News 9-1-18… Two remarkable videos… “Hawaii Volcano Eruption Update: Summit and LERZ”

These I viewed today, and they are remarkable drone views of both the Kilauea summit and the LERZ (Lower East Rift Zone). These include nice background music, and give some idea about what is happening now. They also point out that some parks of the volcano park are likely to reopen this month. The first video includes a time lapse sequence of how Kilauea caldera has collapsed during the past few months.

There is also an article about this, here at BIVN. Below the second video I place a segment from the article about the areas to be reopened on 9-22-18.
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https://youtu.be/aWbicz1mR9s
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https://youtu.be/1hXUxD5m_Wk

From BIVN article:

On Friday, the National Park said that it is preparing to reopen these specific locations on Sept. 22 by 10 a.m. HST:

  • K?lauea Visitor Center (closes at 5 p.m.)
  • Hawai‘i Pacific Parks Association store at K?lauea Visitor Center (closes at 5 p.m.)
  • Crater Rim Trail between Volcano House and Kilauea Military Camp
  • Sulphur Banks Trail
  • Crater Rim Drive to Steam Vents
  • K?lauea Iki Overlook and parking lot
  • Devastation Trail and Pu‘u Pua‘i
  • Crater Rim Drive to Keanak?ko‘i Crater, for pedestrians and bicyclists only
  • Mauna Loa Road to K?pukapuaulu; open to pedestrians and bicyclists past K?pukapuaulu
  • Sections of Escape Road from Highway 11
  • Chain of Craters Road

The Volcano Art Center Gallery and Kilauea Military Camp also plan to open on Sept. 22, officials say. Limited services may be available at Volcano House.

The entrance station will open by 10 a.m. on Sept. 22, and the park will go back to being open 24 hours a day. The National Park Service said:

Absolutely Astoundingly Amazing!… the Changes at Kilauea Caldera… (a tour via Big Island Video News 8-17-18)

I felt this had to be posted before I went off to bed. What amazing views of Kilauea as it appears now.

This tour goes from Keanakako’i crater (small crater east of Kilauea (which has been in the “forbidden” zone for 10 years now), to Jaggar Museum, to the entrance to Kilauea Overlook, where many of our ceremonies took place. Now there is a 2-3 foot wide crack in the road!

I have been to all the places shown in the tour video, and am grateful someone is documenting this.
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https://youtu.be/ahmdxjSp838