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Iceland volcano affected by major Sunspot Cycle that will occur from 2010 to 2015, which will intensify volcanoes, earthquakes, super storms and disrupt satellites - Bill Koenig

Note from Bill:

We pointed to the impact that Sunspot Cycles and the history of their connection to swarms of volcanic eruptions in our March 26, 2010, "Koenig's Eye View from the White House."

Eric Hadik, an earth cycle expert, wrote that the Sun shifts polarity during each sunspot cycle hellip; with seven to ten volcanoes expected to erupt in the next five years. Moreover, these numbers could increase with an even higher number of sunspots.

I shared articles from Wired Magazine: 'The 2012 apocalypse' and the National Academy of Sciences that stated if the great geomagnetic storm of 1859 occurred during a solar cycle of about the same size predicted for 2013, it could cause $1 to 2 trillion in damages to society's high-tech infrastructure.

We are in the beginning of a major record setting Sunspot Cycle that will increase in intensity periodically up to and into 2015. Eric said the period from 2012 to 2014 may likely be the most intense period of sunspots. These will affect the intensity and frequency of volcanoes, earthquakes, super storms, and disrupt satellites and technologies on earth.

Below is an excerpt from from our March 26, 2010 news report.

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The Solar-Polar Combo by Eric Hadik:

For those who want to do more than just observe, there is actually a very good reason for this 22-year sunspot cycle.

The unique thing about the sun is that it shifts polarity during each sunspot cycle. In effect, what was north becomes south and what was south becomes north (this is evident in the magnetic polarity of the actual sunspots and solar storms).

So, it takes two of these 11-year cycles for the sun to return to a similar polar position.

Peaks in sunspot cycles and multiple and violent volcanic eruptions

So, what can we expect in the coming years?

While the following might not be an accepted scientific fact, I cannot help but notice the close correlation between the peaks in the sunspot cycle — when Earth is sometimes pummeled by a massive surge of electromagnetivity — and the concentration of multiple, violent volcanic eruptions.

The important distinction is not when a single volcano erupted, but rather when a swarm of them did.

It is the principle of synergy when multiple, coinciding events increase the significance of a particular time frame.

Cycle of volcano swarms. This is why I also include a projection, based on multiples of '22'years.

1792 – Mt. Unzen, Japan – This is the same volcano that erupted in 1991 — along with Mt. Pinatubo & Mt. Hudson — but with more catastrophic consequences. In 1792, the eruption of this volcano killed 15,000 people. (+ 220 or 10 x 22 = 2012)

1814–1815 – Mt. Tambora (Indonesia) erupted — killing 92,000 and creating, in the ensuing year of 1816, the ‘year without a summer'; The Mayon Volcano (Philippines) erupted with the most destructive eruption of its history. This volcano later erupted in 1968 … and just came to life again, in December 2009. (+ 198 or 9 x 22 = 2012-2013)

1882–1883 – Krakatoa (Indonesia) — the most powerful eruption since Tambora — erupted, killing 36,000 people. Next to Tambora, this was the most deadly volcano of the past 300-500 years. (+ 132 or 6 x 22 = 2014–2015)

1902 [- 1906] – 1902 saw Mt. Pelee (Martinique) erupt and kill 29,000; Santa Maria (Guatemala) erupt and kill 6,000; and Soufriere (Caribbean) erupt and kill 1,680. Four years later — at the peak of the Sunspot Cycle — devastating earthquakes hit San Francisco and Messina, Italy. (+ 110 or 5 x 22 = 2012–2016)

1946–1948 – Major eruption of Popocatépetl (Mexico — erupted again in 1994 and now is active), Hekla in Iceland (1947 eruption started March 29, 1947 and ended April 1948), second greatest global lava eruption of 1900–1970; last erupted in 2000) and the creation of and eruption of Paricutin (Mexico). Cerro Negro (Nicaragua) experienced its largest eruption on July 9, 1947, with a second eruption in March 1948. (+ 66 or 3 x 22 = 2012–2014)

1948 – Niuafo'ou (Tonga) erupted violently, forcing a 12-year evacuation of that island. One additional, related point of interest … During this particular sunspot 'up' phase — in 1944 — Mt. Vesuvius experienced its last eruption. As explained a couple years ago, this volcano had a regular activity periodicity of 10-20 years for the past couple centuries. However, it has been basically dormant since 1944, an unusually long period of time for this particular volcano to be building up pressure when its 1900-year history — since the 79 A.D. eruption — is taken into consideration. (+ 66 or 3 x 22 = 2010–2014)

For what it's worth, a period of 4 x 22 x 22 years from 79 A.D. is 2015.

1967–1970 – Eruption of Arenal (Costa Rica), Mayon (Philippines), Tambora (Indonesia; see 1815), Hekla (Iceland) and an encore performance from Cerro Negro (Nicaragua), which again had multiple eruptions in 1968 and 1969. (+ 44 or 2 x 22 = 2011–2014)

1991-1992 – Mt. Pinatubo (Philippines) erupted and lowered global temperatures the following year; Mt. Unzen (Japan; see 1792), Mt. Hudson (Chile) and Hekla (Iceland) erupted. Cerro Negro (Nicaragua) was back for a second encore with its secnd largest eruption to date. (+ 22 years = 2013)

2010-2014 ??? – The greatest concentration of these cycles seems to be pointing to 2012–2014, although diverse cycles show the likelihood for major eruptions in each of the next 3-5 years.