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Indonesia's Gateway to Hell Erupts & Kissinger Appears
🔥 Indonesian Mount Marapi Eruption Death Toll Rises To 23
Rescuers on the hazardous slopes of Indonesia's Mount Marapi have found the body of another climber, the last among the dozens caught off-guard by the volcano's eruption over the weekend, raising the death toll to 23, officials said on Wednesday.
About 75 climbers started their way up the nearly 2,900-meter (9,480-foot) volcano in West Sumatra province's Agam regency last Saturday but became stranded.
New eruptions on Monday and Tuesday spewed more ash as high as 800 m (2,620 ft) into the air, reducing visibility and temporarily halting search-and-recovery operations
🔥 Gunung Merapi/Mount Merapi, Yogyakarta
If you enjoy learning about the spiritual world and the darker side of the universe, then you’re probably aware of the theory regarding the fact that many volcanic landmarks are in fact very much a gateway to the earth’s core, meaning that it’s closer to hell. People in Indonesia believe that places with extreme heat and fire are closely connected to the "other" dimension. Coincidence or not, the Gunung Merapi area is said to be a place of high paranormal activity.
► In the Inferno section of The Divine Comedy (c. 1308–21), Dante describes Hell as an inverted cone, with the last and innermost circle a fiery lake, symbolic of a volcanic crater.
► The 1815 eruption of Mount Tambora in Indonesia—the largest volcanic eruption in recorded history—had a tremendous impact on the world’s climate as well as its culture. Tambora expelled as much as 150 cubic km (roughly 36 cubic miles) of ash, pumice and other rock, and aerosols into the atmosphere. These materials blocked substantial amounts of sunlight from reaching Earth’s surface, eventually reducing the average global temperature by as much as 3 °C (5.4 °F). The following year was called the “year without a summer.” It was during this bleak period that Mary Shelley and her literary circle were confined indoors in Geneva, when she conceived of her masterpiece Frankenstein (1818).
► When Krakatoa, also in Indonesia, erupted in 1883, the Norwegian artist Edvard Munch, out on a walk, saw the sky turn blood red halfway across the world and later was inspired to paint The Scream in 1893.
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