This image shows the realtime tremors around the Katla volcano in Iceland. This vocano is next in queue to blow, and could have severe impacts on the European continent.
In my dreams, I’ve seen floods on the Belgian and Netherlands coasts, and I felt they are due this Spring. More earthquake and volcanic activity could very well trigger that. If a glacier breaks of because of a volcanic eruption, it might create a tidal wave.
But apart from that, the current situation in Iceland with only the eruption of Eyjafjallajokull might already have severe impacts on this years harvest. Of course experts aren’t going to tell you breathing this stuff is dangerous. They can’t let half of Europe stay indoors for a weeks let alone evacuate the continent…
And what most sources aren’t talking about is what will happen if a volcano on the North Altlantic Riff (on which Iceland is actually buid) erupts below sea level. That could have severe impacts in temperatures for West Scandinavia, and/or the East coast of the North American continent. Think Great Conveyor Belt.
This is only the beginning, but finally it is visible in the physical world. If you don’t need to be in European Coastal Areas, don’t go there.