Wednesday, 4 January 2012

Mystery Foam Blackpool

On the 1st of January I posted that I could smell soap and a post was made about the launderer's soap of the spiritual alchemist. [1]

Now a news item is being featured on news forums about the 'Mystery foam that engulfed a northern seaside town'. It happened at Cleveleys near Blackpool at the Princess Promenade. Streets, cars and houses were all covered in the foam, see the link for pics.  [2] The Princess relates to Psalm 45, the one that gifted the golden gown. Northern town and the North is to do with healing. Black relates to 2012 and the Chinese Year of the 'Black Water Dragon'. The word 'pool' is also to do with the biblical prophecy in Genesis about shiloah.

The scientists have called it a mysterious lather and the la'va relates to a message that I received from the Son of God in 2007. [3]

10th of May 2007.

'The LORD is not ready yet to spill the beans, for when he does a great lava will flow across the earth'.

Also today, there is news of lava in the Red Sea as well.

"Volcanic activity in the Red Sea is causing the formation of a new island in the Zubair archipelago as lava is cooled by the surrounding seawater and solidifies. The underwater volcano responsible is located on the Red Sea Rift, where the African and Arabian tectonic plates are slowly pulling apart.
Yemeni fishermen first spotted lava spewing 30 metres into the air on 19 December and this was later confirmed by satellite observations. Ash plumes were detected by NASA's Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer aboard its Terra and Aqua satellites and NASA's Advanced Land Imager aboard its Earth Observing One satellite, which produced this image. Elevated levels of sulphur dioxide in the region were also recorded by the Ozone Monitoring Instrument aboard NASA's Aura satellite.
By 23 December, the lava mass had broken the water's surface and the new island had begun to take shape. The island is currently around 500m wide and is still growing. The question now is whether or not it has staying power. It may continue to grow significantly as volcanic activity continues, or the fragile lava mass may be broken up by the action of the sea's waves." [4]



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