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Mauna Loa Eruption – Cryptic1

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Mauna Loa Eruption

December 1, 2022 7:46 PM
Cryptic1

On 11.28.22 the world woke up to news of an eruption from the volcano Mauna Loa located on the Big Island of Hawaii. I happen to have family that live on this island and at 5 a.m. that morning received words that I believe not only pointed to the Mauna Loa eruption but also to the possibility of something more. The words I received were…

Eruption

Overflow

Magma Surging

Waters Receding

Danger

Safety

At 10:19 a.m. I received another word

Magma will rise

I can’t say for certain what the words I was given by the Holy Spirit mean other than that they are a warning of sorts. In the early days of this eruption there was concern but not overly much as this island is famous for erupting volcanoes – Kilauea erupting in 2018 and Mauna Loa previously erupting in 1984. Another noteworthy fact is that this time around Mauna Loa and Kilauea were simultaneously erupting together in a ‘dual eruption’ as the media reported it. But what of the warning?

The words waters receding, danger and safety stood out to me and I tried googling ‘waters receding during a volcanic eruption’ and came up with precious little. However just awhile ago today I came across a video (title unnamed) that mentioned the possibility of a tsunami occurring as a result of the Mauna Loa eruption. The thought of a tsunami never occurred to me but made sense in terms of the words waters receding. While an erupting volcano can cause life threatening effects, the added factor of a tsunami would certainly raise the bar in terms of danger and safety.

All I can say for certainty is that we have been forewarned. I pray for the people of the Big Island, the other Hawaiian islands and other bodies of land in the near vicinity in the Pacific Ocean – that they seek the LORD with each passing day and rely on HIM alone as their source of safety and protection.

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