Topic: I never cease to amaze myself...

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I never cease to amaze myself...

Dante's Peak : AKA Flagstaff Arizona

Well, I made it to Flagstaff last night and - in what has got to be the Apex of the Magnum Opus series - Flagstaff, of course, has its own Volcano and thats about 20 Miles away from town - this is the precise distance of the Volcano in my Demophaen Mythos!

A thousand shall fall at thy side and ten thousand at thy right hand, but it shall not come near you - only with your eyes will you behold and see the reward of the wicked.  Ps 91

Now, get this - they say that it was formed around 1100 AD and that just happens to have been the last time Planet X made its passage through our Solar System, as I have mentioned earlier.

And check out the name of this Volcano - you know, the Night comes when no man can work.

Absolutely Unbelievable... 

Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument

Sunset Crater Volcano was born in a series of eruptions sometime between 1040 and 1100. Powerful explosions profoundly affected the lives of local people and forever changed the landscape and ecology of the area. Lava flows and cinders still look as fresh and rugged as the day they formed.

Sunset and the neighboring craters are just one small part of the San Francisco volcanic field, an extensive region of nearly 2,000 square miles that contains some 600 identified volcanoes.

Sunset Crater Volcano lives up to expectations. Formed less that 1,000 years ago, this volcano is but one of 600 volcanos that dot the Flagstaff area.

As a matter of fact, Humphrey's Peak, the mountain that gives Flagstaff much of its pleasure (and that is Arizona's highest point) is but the shattered remains of an even larger volcano.

-- Edited by Theoferrum on Saturday 21st of August 2010 12:29:11 PM


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