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Pregnant Gaia Is Surprising Us

Volcanoes are being born under the sea surface

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How, in 2018, Gaia birthed a new volcano near Mayotte in the ocean. How come we know this? And how come we did not feel the earthquakes?


No houses crumbled. No cutlery shook in our drawers...


What does this mean for us humans? We need to redesign our ownership structures. Who will own these islands? And what if other islands disappear under sea level? What happens to those civilizations?


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Well I was drawn to this for 2 reasons but the main immediate one would be that incredible image, the great heading of the article and the issues of climate which the CreativeSociety.com tackle with great vehemenance to the great chagrin of those that are anti climate deniers. I hope you can check them out if you do not know of their work and theories. Indeed the earth is heating up from the crust and volcanic activity is becoming more prevalent and mother earth needs us more than ever! Stunning work!

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bunyar2
bunyar2
Jan 16, 2023

Amazing. The mind fairly boggles


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