With the eruption of Mauna Loa on the big island of Hawaii, I’m reminded of a vision I had when I had been hiking on a high-up path on Mount Tamalpais in northern California in the early 1990’s.
As I looked over the Pacific Ocean, I then saw a large, rich-green landmass, continental in size, way off the coast of California. It stretched from the north somewhere between the Alaskan southern tip and the northern line of California going out into the Pacific, then all the way south into the region of the Pacific somewhere near Hawaii, possibly even past it. It stretched a long ways southward. At the time, I thought of Hawaii, and the continued creation of land via the volcanoes, but I didn’t have that particular answer to its creation be given to me, so I think there will be other sources which contribute to this, as well.
The vision was of a huge landmass that currently doesn’t exist. The vision was of it existing 500,000 years from now.
It was a beautiful landmass covered in trees and with some high elevations to it, as well.
A lot can happen in a half million years, including changing the shape and topography of the Earth.
And no, at the time, I did not see human life in the vision, but within the vision, there was information referring to the continued existence of mammals living amongst the trees. I do expect many reincarnated souls (human beings) to still be living on this planet, though. However, that particular information – human involvement at that time – is difficult for me to identify what I am seeing. I’m seeing something related to human existence, but I don’t yet know what. (Evolution? of some type, most likely.)
(I do know, right now, for myself, that I will continue to be here on Earth for at least another 150,000 years in a string of future lives. Since the new landmass was a very clear vision, I believe it was “telling” me that I may be here, at the 500,000 year mark, as well. I’m okay with this, because there is no realm or dimension that God Consciousness, God’s Love, God’s Oneness and God’s teaching does not exist in all God’s fullness. We merely need to open our minds and our hearts to be aware.)
Considering that I was standing on California soil, when I saw this, at the time, I assumed the western coast would still exist, as well, or at least Mt. Tam.
In the Edgar Cayce readings, he speaks of the Hawaiian Islands being the mountain tops of a landmass that existed long ago, which has since been underwater for many millennia. However, we get to witness one of the processes whereby landmasses are created.
“Whomever thinks Creation had finished on this Earth, after the 6th day ….
… is mistaken.”
(The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2022, by Jodie Senkyrik)