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Mauna Loa, Kilauea, and the Hilina Slump – Cassandra

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Mauna Loa, Kilauea, and the Hilina Slump

December 2, 2022 6:22 AM

Greetings Brethren,

I almost submitted this post earlier, and now I must after seeing Cryptic One’s post. I believe the DANGER there could be the possibility of the Hilina slump on the south side of the big island breaking off. This could cause possible tsunamis among the islands, and also on the west coasts of the US, Canada, and Mexico. I remember reading about this back in 2018 when Kiluea was erupting, and now they are BOTH erupting. We live in amazing times! We were CHOSEN for such a time as this!

Here are a few links on it:


A complete failure of the cliff at the southern side of Hawaii along the extensional Hilina Fault system, however, would generate a huge, sudden disaster. It is estimated that about 10 percent of the island’s total volume could be affected by the collapse. The huge slide could generate a magnitude 9 quake, which is comparable to the largest earthquakes ever measured. It would also generate a megatsunami with an estimated wave height of more than 1000 feet throughout the islands.

Current movement of the Hilina slump and recent volcanic activity, coupled with evidence of massive submarine slides in the geological past, has led to claims that megatsunamis might result if the south flank of Kīlauea should suddenly fail.



I also recall reading that when the ring of fire is lit up, it is time. The ring of fire has been lit up for awhile, and Hawaii is near the middle of it.

Take this and all things to Abba Father for confirmation. I find it interesting how Abba YHWH uses some of us to confirm things here, sometimes multiple stories on the same subject in order to help put the puzzle pieces together. He is so awesome!

Stay in repentence, spot, blemish, and wrinkle free, with your oil full and your lamps burning. Be wise virgins. Pray for salvation for the redeemable lost.

Blessings, encouragement, and shalom,

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