Patiently Waiting for Icelandic Eruption – “Like watching paint dry”

Even though an eruption is “likely,” Icelandic Met Office official stresses that “no disaster is imminent on the Reykjanes peninsula and no one is in danger.”


Even though Iceland seems to be getting more press… Superintendent Rögnvaldur Ólafsson is at the coordination center of the Department of Civil Protection and Emergency Management, patiently waiting to see how things develop on the Reykjanes peninsula, where an eruption is considered likely.

He tells that in case of an eruption, it is highly unlikely that houses need to be invacuated in the Reykjanes peninsula.

Most likely, a potential eruption would be a small one that would not put inhabited areas and infrastructure at risk.

“We’re just waiting,” he states. This, he adds, is similar to what he experienced leading up to the Holuhraun eruption in 2014. “Then, we were in a similar situation for about two weeks, I believe,” he states, sounding very patient.

“Someone joked earlier that this is like watching paint dry,” he states. “We’re making plans and plans B,” he adds. “It’s that sort of work we’re doing here.”

At a press conference held by the Department of Civil Protection and Emergency Management and the Icelandic Meteorological Office this afternoon, Chief Superintendent Víðir Reynisson stressed that no disaster is imminent on the Reykjanes peninsula and no one is in danger.

Kristín Jónsdóttir, natural hazards specialist at the Icelandic Met Office stated that if an eruption occurs, it is not likely to be dangerous. She added that people do not have to worry much about pollution from gases in case of an eruption.

However,  look at the Laki eruption, which killed a quarter of Iceland’s population

“In the 18th century, climatic conditions in Iceland reached an all-time low since the original settlement. On top of this, Laki erupted in 1783, spitting out 12.5 cubic kilometres (3.0 cu miles) of lava. Floods, ash, and fumes killed 9,000 people and 80% of the livestock. The ensuing starvation killed a quarter of Iceland’s population.” We pray that history won’t repeat…. (Wikipedia)

Volcano near Reykjavik “a ticking time bomb,” – Video:

Iceland is a part of the  mid-Atlantic Ridge which is above sea-level, the video reminds us (at about 2:50 into the video).

Mt Þorbjörn is where everything started 14 months ago. The entire mountain has been growing taller. And some of the nearby towns are actually built on lava.

Thanks to Winston Smith and Stew for these links


12 thoughts on “Patiently Waiting for Icelandic Eruption – “Like watching paint dry””

  1. Armed bounty hunters raid a home without warrant in Buffalo, New York as police officers watch and do nothing.

    Don’t open [locked] doors to strangers… if “real” gubment police/soldiers [strangers] Stasi/Bolshevik/Karen/Cheka Gestapo/Tracers/Bounty Hunters/Zombies etc. have a warrant or mandate [or just looking for a snack i.e. brain food] they will enter however/wherever/whenever as required. Same drill either way for ALL “false flaggers” at this point… assume that (((they))) are ALL armed “false flaggers with agendas” at this point… uniformed or trannies in costume and fakeup or not… think extreme prejudice… what would Aleksandr Isayevich Solzhenitsyn do… on a do over?

    The false flag formula – 15 ways to detect a false flag operation

  2. Even though an eruption is “likely,” Icelandic Met Office official stresses that “no disaster is imminent on the Reykjanes peninsula and no one is in danger.”

    Exactly how does this Civil Defense bureaucrat know that?


    Our hearts are broken. We grieve the loss of Alan Watt who left this world on 4 March 2021. His tireless work to share his knowledge of this System we are born into and how it has wrought the horrors we are living through now, is his priceless gift to us.

    Hear this:

    “Truth is Eternal and cannot be compromised… Hearing and understanding TRUTH leaves one with a dilemma, for it DEMANDS change, beginning with You …and even your closest relationships may go down the drain, yet that is the price demanded in the past, to-day and for always… We are spirits descended into matter for a purpose. Understanding this is the meaning of the term “having life, and having it more abundantly.” This does not mean accumulation of products. It means “doing that which is true.”

    Truth is eternal.
    It cannot alter.
    Only TRUTH Will MAKE You Free.”

    Quote from Cutting Through, Volume 1
    by Alan Watt

    A soulmate is a person with whom one has a feeling of deep or natural affinity. Alan Watt [like Alan Caruba] was this for many around the world. I probably listened to, literally, most every word he recorded since 2006 and we shared numerous personal emails over these past 15 years and he frequented this site too. Ne plus ultra. I’ve thought many times over the years about how this might feel should this happen one day. Stunned. Robert, thank you for posting the links to Alan’s site and his blurbs so many times over the years. Truth beauty, beauty truth… Alan truly was a sentient sentinel with a beautiful mind. Going to miss him so much. Heart’s broken… so long Herr Comrade.

  4. at least with generations of experience their plan B and prob C as well will be well thought out and the people less likely to panic and be idiots

  5. I was patiently checking out the location map of Tambora Volcano among the Indonesian active volcanoes instead.

  6. Hi Robert,

    Any word on the magnetic reversal front? Heard Mike Adams mention it in one of his situation updates and immediately looked to this site for info.

  7. US February was the coldest in 32 years:

    The Olympic Mountains behind my house have 173% of average snowpack as of 3/5/21 and there’s more snow on the way:

    More US snow forecast this week all the way down to N Texas:

  8. Unless a person is in Rekyavik. Then the constant earthquakes are too exciting. A number of magnitude 5s already and a very close mid 4 magnitude.

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