Not every volcanic eruption is a sign of a pole shift. But Mt. Kilauea’s recent eruption is “geologically weird” and “unusual.” The video below discusses Hawaii, volcanoes, the Earth’s layers, magnetic reversals, and a little pole shift evidence.
“More than four days after the first fissures opened up in the ground surrounding Hawaii’s Mt. Kilauea, the volcano’s destructive eruptions continued on Monday, destroying more buildings in the island’s tony Leilani Estates neighborhood, CNN reported.
Lava and hazardous gases are bubbling up through the cracks in the volcano’s East Rift Zone, a situation that has been exacerbated by a series of powerful Earthquakes that rocked the area late last week.
High levels of dangerous sulfur dioxide has been released into the air, forcing the government to issue a warning to residents living downwind from the volcano. Already, nearly 2,000 residents of the surrounding area have fled or been evacuated. They include residents of Leilani estates and the nearby Lanipuna Gardens.” (source: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-05-07/weve-never-seen-anything-35-buildings-destroyed-kilauea-eruptions-continue-4th-day)
“As lava continues to spew over 200 feet into the air, homes in Kilauea’s path continue to be destroyed. The number of homes destroyed by lava shooting out of openings in the ground created byhas climbed to at least 26, and five other structures have also been destroyed….
Amber Makuakane said she received alerts from her security system that motion sensors throughout the house had been triggered…. “Unfortunately we are up to 26 residences taken out; There’s no sign of things slowing down,” Magno [talking to CBS] said earlier Sunday.
Hundreds of small earthquakes continued to rumble through the area Saturday, one day after a magnitude-6.9 temblor hit. That earthquake was the largest one to hit Hawaii in more than 40 years. Magma moving through Kilauea set off the earthquakes, said geologists, who warned of aftershocks.” (source: http://www.shtfplan.com/headline-news/hawaiis-kilauea-volcano-destroys-26-homes-in-eruption_05072018)