31 May 2018

HAWAII – A Warning of World Retribution

'Pele's hair' is falling from the sky in Hawaii

WIKIPEDIA: Pele's hair is a form of lava. It is named after Pele, the Hawaiian goddess of volcanoes. It can be defined as volcanic glass fibers or thin strands of volcanic glass.[1] The strands are formed through the stretching of molten basaltic glass from lava, usually from lava fountains, lava cascades, and vigorous lava flows.

strands of Pele’s Hair
Pele's hair is extremely light, so the wind often carries the fibers high into the air and to places several kilometers away from the vent. It is common to find fibers of Pele's hair on high places like top of trees, radio antennas, and electric poles.

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USA TODAY: This isn't your typical weather forecast: "Pele’s Hair is falling in Pahoa," the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory announced Tuesday in a forecast for the Kilauea volcano.

The normally staid National Weather Service also got in on the act, warning that "Pele's hair and other lightweight volcanic glass from high fountaining fissures are being transported downwind.”

EXPRESS (no link): Hawaii volcano update LIVE: Latest USGS maps and pictures as lava flows SPREAD


HAWAII'S Kilauea volcano continues to wreak devastation across Big Island leaving vast swathes of land empty and major highways cut off. As the USGS issued its latest warning, here is all the live news, pictures and maps from Hawaii's volcano.

Reuters Photo. Fast-moving lava from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano has so far destroyed some 82 homes and dozens of properties as the molten liquid surged through the streets
6.00am: Hawaii hit by 5.3 magnitude tremors on Wednesday as natural disasters continue to strike. Hawaii was hit by a 5.3 magnitude earthquake on Wednesday as natural disasters continue to strike the island amid Kilauea chaos. Kilauea rumbled back to life on May 3 as it began extruding lava and toxic gases through a series of cracks in the ground on its eastern flank.

HUGE EARTH CHANGE: Kilauea - Earthquakes are RAPIDLY increasing near the summit

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