Old News Worth a Second Read
On October 22, 2003 a message stated in July that the Yellowstone Park rangers closed the entire Norris Geyer Basin because of the deformation of the land and the excess temperature. There is an area there that is 28 miles long and 7 miles wide that has bulged upward over five inches since 1996. This year the ground temperature on that budge has reached over 200 degrees. There was no choice but to close off the whole area. Everything in that area is dying. The trees, flowers, and grasses resemble a dead zone and are spreading outward. The animals are literally migrating out of the park. This isn't hearsay. It is coming from people who have actually visited the park in the last few weeks. The later part of July, one of the park geologists discovered a huge bulge at the bottom of Yellowstone Lake. The bulge has already risen over 100 feet from the bottom of the lake. The water temperature at the surface of the bulge has reached 88 degrees and is still rising. Keep in mind that Yellowstone Lake is a high mountain lake with a very cold-water temperature The lake is now closed to the public. It is filled with dead fish floating everywhere.
The same is true of the Yellowstone River and most of the steams in the park. Dead and dying fish are filling the water everywhere. Many picnic areas in the park have been closed and people that are visiting the park don't stay but a few hours or a day or two and leave. The stench of sulfur is so strong that they literally can't stand the smell. Yellowstone is what geologists call a "super volcano". There are massive calderas of molten fire beneath Yellowstone National Park. Geologists are saying that every living thing within six hundred miles could be affected in devastation. It could produce an ash cloud that will cover the entire western U.S. clear to the Pacific on the west, British Columbia on the north, the Mexican border on the south, and then out into the Dakotas, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas on the east. Then the cloud could blow east because of the prevailing winds, literally covering the entire nation with volcanic ash. I would also like to bring your attention to the fact that the EMSC seismology reporting center is not posting most of the US quakes now....
I have become untrusting of our government reporting centers, specifically the USGS, as you know from my ongoing investigation regarding the "non-reporting" by the USGS of the 5.3 mag. event which occurred on Feb. 6th 2004 and was followed by four smaller quakes in a 300 mile radius. It was at that time that most of us heard for the first time that some of these quakes were made by mine-blast, mine collapse, or "tunneling" for methane gas. But why, and why now? Then, right on the heels of these events, we have the mysterious death of 300 "healthy" elk, who had become "paralyzed" and later died from asphyxiation. Park officials claimed the elk died from ingesting poisonous lichen. Cut me a break. Some of the gases that are released from a volcano are deadly to animals and humans. And, in fact, one of these gases WILL CAUSE PARALYSIS to the affected host. That gas is Hydrogen Fluoride. This is a pale yellow gas affecting Yellowstone.... The significance is that this gas is being released in sufficient quantities to paralyze and then kill these elk BEFORE an actual eruption. This is highly indicative that the area is becoming increasingly unstable. In addition, local native elders report that the wolves have left Yellowstone boundaries.
A huge disaster drill was scheduled for Yellowstone County on March 21st 2004. Plans involved Emergency and General Services for Yellowstone County, police and fire departments from Billings and Laurel, the Lockwood Volunteer Fire Department, American Medical Response, the Yellowstone County Sheriff's Office, Montana Highway Patrol, both hospitals, the Red Cross, the City-County Health Department, the FBI, the dispatch center, West and Laurel high schools and Rimrock Mall. These drills had nothing to do with homeland security. The bottom line is that the Yellowstone Caldera must be far more dangerous than they are letting us know. To make matters worse, sacred ceremonies aren't allowed there anymore, which is bullshit. What dont they want us to know?
Now in Autumn 2004, Mt St Helens is acting up. Dont think for a second that these 2 areas arent connected simply because they are in 2 different states.