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East Coast Tsunami?
Cal Bright - www.kosmosltd.net

Four days before Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, I had a dream that I was on the steps of an unfamiliar building in a city I did not recognize. Suddenly, what appeared to be seawater poured into the area. It was about four feet deep and flooding rapidly. Last night I had another dream. I believe I was in town at the local High School. There is a baseball field there and the school is up the hill a bit. In the dream it appeared a bit different than it does now. I noticed there were people up the hill in strange looking dark gray or black uniforms scattered about. People had gathered there for some sort of event I assume. Just as I made a comment to someone standing next to me about the uniforms, "at least they aren't the same old Nazi uniforms they used in world war two", a wave of water came in from the southeast; it was about a twenty to thirty footer and crashed over the playing field. Something made me turn around. As I looked around a wave close to 200 feet high was engulfing us from the east. As it passed over we were all under water. However, the water was full of people, many more than from our town. There were literally so many people in the water I could not swim to the surface for the people. I then woke up and prayed to remember the dream and for interpretation and then went back to sleep. This is what I believe it means: First we (N. Florida) will have a storm surge of 20 to 30 feet in the Gulf of Mexico. It will be followed by a tsunami of around 200 feet on the eastern seaboard. Not many people will drown in the first because in the dream I saw many people evading the first and smaller wall of water. However, when the second larger wall of water comes thousands, maybe millions, will drown, because in the dream the water was literally full of people. It appears this will happen when we see people in those strange uniforms. I feel the second wave may relate to these verses:

{Rev.8:8} And the second angel sounded, and as it were a great mountain burning with fire was cast into the sea: and the third part of the sea became blood; {9} and there died the third part of the creatures which were in the sea, [even] they that had life; and the third part of the ships was destroyed. Here is a related snippet from a BBC article I found on the web today: huge landslides and the mega-tsunami that they cause are extremely rare - the last one happened 4,000 years ago on the island of Réunion. The growing concern is that the ideal conditions for just such a landslide - and consequent mega-tsunami - now exist on the island of La Palma in the Canaries. In 1949 the southern volcano on the island erupted. During the eruption an enormous crack appeared across one side of the volcano, as the western half slipped a few metres towards the Atlantic before stopping in its tracks. You can read the complete article here.

I would like everyone to pray about this also to see if the Lord may give them further clarification or if necessary correction on the meaning of this. I feel sure this was from the lord because it was like the first dream that came before the hurricane hit. Also, I am not certain this is for the future because the other one came to pass so rapidly after I had it. I think it is because I have not seen those uniforms yet. I believe the ball field represents where the game is played or the area that will be hit. I was never in fear in the dream of drowning myself even though I was at the bottom of a sea of people when I woke up. I also can't rule out that the first wave was not a tsunami as well because it was a nice sunny day at the ball field. If these waves come this far inland it is unimaginable because I am 60 miles from the gulf and 150 miles from the eastern seaboard -- about 3 miles from lake Seminole.

La Palma, Canary Islands
Location: 28.6N, 17.9W
Elevation: 7,957 feet (2,426 m)

Space Shuttle photo STS074-085-092 taken in September 1992 and looking east across La Palma. Compare to the map below.

La Palma is a stratovolcano, and is the largest of the western Canary Islands. It stretches 21,320 ft (6500 m) above the surrounding ocean floor. Two main rock layers separated by a line about 1400 feet (427 m) above sea level make up La Palma. The lower layer is made of pillow lavas cut by basaltic dikes. The thickness of the pillow lavas range from 33 to 1150 ft (10 to 350 m). Most of the dikes are located within ~2 miles (3 km) of the west coast. The upper layer consists of basaltic lavas and pyroclastic rocks. Small alkalic domes have pushed their way into this area. Strong erosion of the island over time is shown by hundreds of meters of gravel mixed in with basaltic lava flows. The oldest volcanic rocks on La Palma are about 3-4 million years of age.

Simplified geology of La Palma. Thick gray dashed line shows the location of a rift zone proposed by Carracedo (1994). Taburiente and Cumbre Nueva are calderas. The landward scarps of these calderas may mark the headwalls of giant landslides.

La Palma has seven historic eruptions, the most recent in 1971 from the Teneguia vent. Other vents formed in historic time include Tahuya, a cone of lapilli, scoria and bombs about 3,000 feet tall (1,000 m) tall that formed over a three month period in 1585 by Strombolian eruptions and San Martin, a cone and crater that formed over two and a half months in 1646. The eruption at San Martin produced large amounts of lapilli and also sent four lava flows down to the ocean. Recent craters and eruptive vents are located along a central line. A large canyon drains the calderas to the southwest.


Space Shuttle photo STS74-0736-0041. The object in the upper left portion of the picture is part of the space station MIR.

Sources of Information:

Carracedo, J.C., 1994, The Canary Islands: an example of structural control on the growth of large oceanic-island volcanoes. J. Volcanology and Geothermal Research, v. 60, p. 225-241.

Neumann van Padang, M., Richards, A.F., Machado, F., Bravo, T., Baker, E., Le Maitre, W., 1967, Part XXI, Atlantic Ocean: Catalogue of the active volcanoes of the world, International Association of Volcanology, Rome, Italy, 128 p.

Rothe, Peter, "Canary Islands--Origin and Evolution", Die Naturwissenschaften, 61, pp., 526-533, December, 1974.

Schmincke, Hans-Ulrich and Staudigel, Hubert, "Pillow lavas on central and eastern Atlantic Islands", Bull. Soc. geol. France, pp. 272-278, 1976.

Schmincke, Hans-Ulrich, "The Pliocene Series of La Palma/Canary Islands", Journal of Geophysical Research, vol. 89, n. B13, pp 11,195-11,215, Dec. 10, 1984.

Simkin, T., and Siebert, L., 1994, Volcanoes of the World: Geoscience Press, Tucson, Arizona, 349 p.

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