On February 3, Mt. Sinabung erupted, killing some local villagers. On Friday, February 14, what is Valentine's Day in certain parts of the world, Mt. Kelud, also of Indonesia, erupted killing a few locals
. It was the first time since 2007 the mountain erupted. In 1990, Kelud also erupted, killing 30 people.
- Kelud = 25334
- Notice the 33 coded within the name Kelud
- formed by L = 12 = 3 and U = 21 = 3
- Sinabung = 1+9+5+1+2+3+5+7 = 33
- Mt. = 13+20 = 33
As the mountain was erupting, lightning bolts were seen striking the cone of the mountain. This is a phenomenon that has been seen before at major volcanic eruptions, and was first reported during the eruption of Iceland's Surtsey in 1963
. The eruption of Surtsey occurred 33 km off the coast of Iceland, and brought a new island to the surface of the Pacific. This phenomenon of lightning striking an erupting volcano was also caught in Japan in February of 2013, at Mt. Sakurajima
. The Pacific Rim, which Indonesia and Japan are a part of, circles around the Pacific and runs along the western coast of Americas as well.
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