July 28, 2018
Q. I don't hear of any major volcanoes or earthquakes that are taking place in Australia. But we do have them here, when I researched the topic I found out where they are located but they are probably not considered active at this point in time. Could all that change with what is happening in Hawaii?
Terral’s reply (07.28.2018):
Thank you for writing.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_v ... _Australia
Australia has a long history of volcanic eruptions millions of years ago, but not so much recently. The only recent activity I see took place in the Heard and McDonald Islands.
Heard and McDonald Islands
Name Elevation Location Last eruption
metres feet Coordinates
Anzac Peak 715 2,346 52°59′32″S 73°17′58″E
Big Ben 2,745 9,006 53°6′0″S 73°31′0″E 2016
Mount Dixon 715 2,346 53°0′S 73°17′E
Mawson Peak 2,745 9,006 53°6′0″S 73°31′0″E 2004
McDonald Islands 230 755 53.03°S 72.60°E 2005
The reason for the lack of volcanic activity on the Aussie mainland is because Australia is situated in the middle of the Indo-Australian Plate removed from any major geological faults.
https://worldstrides.com/blog/2014/10/w ... australia/
Primary threats for Aussies include:
1. The Black Star/magnetically-induced geological pole shift.
2. The Sun recaptures Earth magnetic polarity control to produce a second more-powerful geological pole shift standing Earth back up again.
Australia's relative flat/low-elevation landscape allows tall ocean waves to crawl upon the land through multiple geological pole shifts that likely produce salt flats and ruin the ground for cultivation for generations.
3. The Black Star passes between the Sun and Earth to tip Earth backward while Earth magnetosphere is fluctuating and while the southern hemisphere of the planet is vulnerable and exposed. That scenario can see the northern hemisphere experience three days of darkness, while the southern hemisphere has daytime conditions for the same three-day period where sustained outside-air temps can be more than 200 degrees.
The lack of deep cavern space (like Brazil and other places) represents one of the biggest challenges for Aussie Survival Group Members. However....
Australia's Underground City Links
There do appear to be exceptions to that rule. My feeling is that making a connection with Aborigine elders may hold keys to devising the best Aussie survival strategy, as the native people have somehow survived Black Star crossings for millennia like American Indians here in the USA.
All of that said, you should realize that erupting volcanoes thousands of miles away throughout the southern hemisphere can send pyroclastic flows and dust clouds into the atmosphere that have a dramatic influence on Aussie survival group members. The idea is to prepare for the worst-case scenario while hoping for the very best.
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