A new Etna eruption 2060 days after the notorious Etna time shift, the Etna eruption of 11 July 2011, causing clocks to run 15 minutes fast. Etna is Europe’s largest volcano in the mainland.  The airports are still open but that can change any time as authorities are tracking the movements of the ash clouds. See video on thelocal.itRead More →

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An eruption by Mount Etna on the Italian island of Sicily could be the cause of a local time shift July 11, 2011 was Etna’s 5th eruption of that year. It was strong and short. Afterwards thousands of Sicilians noticed that their watches, alarms and even computer clocks were running 15 minutes fast. Mechanical Natural? Could the volcano be the trigger event? Or was another event that activated the volcanic time shift. Perhaps the heat of the volcano causing fluctuations in temperatures in mechanical and electronical devices? There is no logical explanation, for now. Perhaps when science has found out more about certain frequencies coming fromRead More →

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