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This map is of 108 of Japan’s Volcanos, along with the Nuclear Reactors. There are 110 active volcanoes in Japan. Japan is on the Ring of Fire, the most seismically and volcanically active zone in the world. The volcanos are in yellow. Japan’s Nuclear Power Stations have multiple reactors, increasing risk still further.
Here is the status of some of the volcanos, by the Japanese government:
Here are recent earthquakes in Japan. It is easy to see how well they line-up on the Ring of Fire Fault-lines
Today on Good Friday, the Japanese media and Reuters. announced that yesterday, Prime Minster’s Abe’s Government Closed-Door Panel approved 20% Nuclear power as part of the energy mix.
This makes him a Judas to the Japanese people: Opinion poll after opinion poll shows that most Japanese people want to phase out nuclear power (See Reuters). What’s more they are actively and vocally opposing it, despite the political dangers. Unlike some places, we won’t name – you know who you are – the Japanese are NOT wusses and are not taking this lying down.
But, the Japanese government insists on crucifying its own people, along with the world. It is the 70th year anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki this year.
“Bakumatsu or early Meiji period crucifixion (c. 1865–1868), Yokohama, Japan. A 25-year-old servant, Sokichi, was executed by crucifixion… He was affixed by tying, rather than nailing, to a stake with two cross-pieces. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crucifixion#Japan
“Japan’s ruling party wants 20 percent nuclear power in energy mix: media
Posted:Fri, 03 Apr 2015 06:04:59 GMT
TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s ruling party wants a revived nuclear power sector to eventually make up a fifth of electricity generation, local media said, a controversial move for a public opposed to nuclear power in the wake of the Fukushima disaster.” http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/environment/~3/uQxVzDuRZEo/story01.htm
Have they been drinking?
“Japan’s ruling party wants 20 percent nuclear power in energy mix” sure sounds like Moniz’ sick speech from Japan after visiting Fukushima on Halloween-All Saints 2013. Was Japan’s Prime Minister Abe over drinking with Sec. of Energy Moniz in Lausanne, Switzerland? Either they can’t hold their liquor or they are drinking something stronger than whiskey. For the location, Absinthe is more likely. Whatever the case, Moniz will certainly wash his hands of any future nuclear accidents.
A New Japan Ring of Fire Warning
Volcanologist and Professor Emeritus of Tokyo U., Toshitsugu Fujii warned last October that “Earthquakes of magnitude 9.0 or greater around the world have led to repeated volcanic eruptions in the last 50 years, sometimes within days,…” See:
“Japan’s volcanoes made more jittery by 2011 quake, expert says Posted:Fri, 17 Oct 2014 15:51:06 GMT
TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s massive 2011 earthquake may trigger more, and larger, volcanic eruptions over the next few decades, perhaps even that of Mount Fuji – but predicting them remains close to impossible, a volcano expert said on Friday.” http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/environment/~3/TFXtT3ae2H0/story01.htm (Fujii is an expert on Mt. Fuji.)
According to the Reuters article, Ontake was thought dormant until it erupted in 1979, had done nothing since a minor eruption seven years ago, and although it had small quakes, there were no signs allowing prediction of its recent eruption. While Japan monitors 47 of its 110 active volcanoes 24/7, the budget has proven inadequate for research and equipment, critics say, according to the article.
“In Dante’s Inferno, Judas is condemned to the lowest circle of Hell: the Ninth Circle of Traitors, also known as the frozen lake, Cocytus. He is one of three sinners deemed evil enough to be doomed to an eternity of being chewed in the mouths of the triple-headed Satan“. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judas_Iscariot Sounds like a ring of fire to me…
In this weird coincidence (or not) of Japan betraying its own people and the world, the very day that Christ’s betrayal is celebrated in most of the Christian world, and the media announcement of the nuclear crucifixion on Good Friday, we will look at the history of crucifixion in Japan:
“Crucifixion was introduced into Japan during the Sengoku period (1467–1573), after a 350-year period with no capital punishment. It is believed to have been suggested to the Japanese by the introduction of Christianity into the region. Known in Japanese as haritsuke (磔?), crucifixion was used in Japan before and during the Tokugawa Shogunate. Several related crucifixion techniques were used. Petra Schmidt, in “Capital Punishment in Japan”, writes:
Execution by crucifixion included, first of all, hikimawashi (i.e, being paraded about town on horseback); then the unfortunate was tied to a cross made from one vertical and two horizontal poles. The cross was raised, the convict speared several times from two sides, and eventually killed with a final thrust through the throat. The corpse was left on the cross for three days. If one condemned to crucifixion died in prison, his body was pickled and the punishment executed on the dead body. Under Toyotomi Hideyoshi, one of the great 16th century unifiers, crucifixion upside down (i.e, sakasaharitsuke) was frequently used. Water crucifixion (mizuharitsuke) awaited mostly Christians: a cross was raised at low tide; when the high tide came, the convict was submerged under water up to the head, prolonging death for many days
In 1597 twenty-six Christians were nailed to crosses at Nagasaki, Japan. Among those executed were Saints Paulo Miki, Philip of Jesus and Pedro Bautista, a Spanish Franciscan who had worked about ten years in the Philippines. The executions marked the beginning of a long history of persecution of Christianity in Japan, which continued until its decriminalization in 1871.
Crucifixion was used as a punishment for prisoners of war during World War II. Ringer Edwards, an Australian prisoner of war, was crucified for killing cattle, along with two others. He survived 63 hours before being let down.” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crucifixion#Japan
What else was introduced to Japan from abroad? Let’s see: Two Atomic Bombs and Nuclear Reactors.
It was actually TEPCO or Japan saying that they were legally allowed to dump so many tons of tritium into the Pacific which notified the blissfully ignorant that radiation is routinely and legally dumped, even when there is not an accident. Notice that the US, and perhaps others, tells Japan that it’s ok to dump radioactive water if it’s diluted first! That’s because that is what the US NRC is doing in America, and that goes into the ocean too, either directly or indirectly (rivers). If EnergySolutions – run and owned mostly by former Goldman Sachs investment bankers – weren’t over there making money trying to remove some of the radionuclides, TEPCO would surely be advised to dump it all. There is technology to remove the tritium from the tritiated water. It’s not profitable enough?
Japan tectonics: http://pubs.usgs.gov/gip/dynamic/tectonics.html
Nuclear sites exported to Google from:
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Volcano sites were exported from here. Most are active, as noted above: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_volcanoes_in_Japan
“Judas being paid thirty pieces of silver, for the betrayal of Jesus. 16th century fresco painting on the vault in the Saint Sébastien Church, in Planpinet. Clarée valley, Hautes alpes département, France,” reproduced by Berrucomons, CC-BY-SA 3.0
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:6852_les_deniers_de_judas.JPG (Should really be public domain as it is a faithful reproduction of a public domain image, but we are complying with the wishes of the uploader. It takes effort to upload.)