The Planetary Kundalini Activation of the Tonga Volcanic Explosion

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The recent volcanic explosion near Tonga when Uranus in Taurus was stationary going direct activated the planetary kundalini which is now focused in the Lake Titicaca area.


This activation will continue for months. It is raising the kundalini of people as they are following the news of the explosion and its aftermath.


It is integrating one's individual kundalini with the planetary kundalini which allows for greater kundalini expression.


The New Ascended EarthStar Race

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Now that the ascended planetary kundalini is activated the New EarthStar Race is becoming physically embodied and functioning as the ascended human creators of the planetary/galactic/universal living creation and civilization unified organism. This includes the ascended EarthStar original living spacelife creation and civilization.

Tonga Planetary Kundalini Update

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Tonga Planetary Kundalini Update



The Lake Titicaca area is the primary focal point of the Planetary Kundalini, and it is the new Planetary Second Chakra.


As the Ascended Planetary Kundalini continues to activate it is facilitating the ascended life activation of the Planetary Kundalini and of all planetary life.

Tonga eruption was 'record atmospheric explosion'

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The eruption of the Tonga volcano in January has been confirmed as the biggest explosion ever recorded in the atmosphere by modern instrumentation.

It was far bigger than any 20th Century volcanic event, or indeed any atom bomb test conducted after WWII.

The assessment comes in a pair of scholarly papers in the journal Science that have reviewed all the data.

Of recent history, it's likely only the Krakatoa eruption of 1883 rivalled the atmospheric disturbance produced.

That catastrophic event in Indonesia is thought to have claimed more than 30,000 lives. Fortunately, the 15 January climactic eruption of the underwater volcano at Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai (HTHH) in the south Pacific resulted in very few deaths, even though it too produced large tsunamis.

"Tonga was a truly global event, just as Krakatau was, but we've now got all these geophysical observation systems and they recorded something that was really unprecedented in the modern data," Dr Robin Matoza, from the University of California, Santa Barbara, told BBC News. He is the lead author on one of the papers.