Grimsvötn volcano in Iceland erupted
The eruption of the icelandic volcano Grimsvötn begun at approximately 19:00 and lasted for 7 days. The ash rose as much as 65,000 feet (20,000m) and cause air travel disruptions as the ash clouds drifted towards Europe thanks to the jet stream.1 2
This eruption was prophesied on March 18, 20113 to the Book of Truth messenger: "Other global events including the volcanic eruption will occur now, (*details of location and month with visionary)"
A confirmation was issued on May 22nd that the icelandic eruption was indeed the one prophesied in March: "My dearly beloved daughter, the revelation given to you on the 18th March, 2011, at midnight, that the volcanic eruption in Iceland would occur in May has now taken place."4
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