Ecuador: Fissures formed near Chimborazo Volcano emitting steam and glowing (Video)

Posted on February 1, 2016 • Filed under: Ecuador, Enviromental Issues

Published on Jan 31, 2016

January 28-31, 2016

dutchsinse/ Fissures formed in the ground near an Ecuador volcano, which then began to glow and give off steam / smoke / foul odors.

The underground fumarole burning steaming event is occurring 45 kilometers southwest of Chimborazo Volcano, which hasn’t erupted in over 1,500 years (550AD).

Right off the bat, officials are saying this is organic in nature, and trying to downplay the volcanic connection.

Obviously the original cover stories of a “burning swamp” with “burning peat moss” are now proved wrong.

Clearly there is something heating the area from below, to deny the volcanic nature of these events is to deny the past, and deny the warning signs of coming larger Pacific seismic activity.

Reach back to 2011, and we see that there were PAST fumarole events just like this one , also in central America .. at the time the underground events were blamed on phosphorous…. now there is no explanation given for the burning material at all.

Nevermind the fact that there is no answer given, professionals have already declared volcanism has nothing to do with these events.

I very SERIOUSLY doubt their take on this, as we know, all the strange geologic warning signs which precede large seismic events are always ignored by the people whose job it is to pay attention to geologic events.

They always do this, downplay + deny to avert any public panic. This will backfire when a large event strikes, and few people are prepared.

The fact that we saw fumaroles and cracks in the ground form around Central + South America BEFORE the 2011 Japan mega-quake cannot be overlooked.

It is happening again now in Colta Ecuador.


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