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800 Earthquakes Daily

Residents say constant tremors from the nearby Kilauea eruption have turned the village of Volcano into a ‘ghost town’

Kilauea Volcano began erupting in May, causing evacuations and destroying homes. Photograph: Mario Tama/Getty Images It’s been a strange three months for the Hawaii island village of Volcano, where thousands of earthquakes have rattled the residents of this small mountainside town since Kilauea began erupting in May. Now, after a week of waning quakes, residents are holding their breath, waiting to see if this, finally, could signal the end of the eruption that has crippled the easternmost part of the island.

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Like all fault lines, faultfinders destroy, devastate and make ghost towns out of churches.

These men are grumblers and faultfinders; they follow their own evil desires; they boast about themselves and flatter others for their own advantage. (Jude 1:16)

Faultfinders have predictable outcomes and their constant shaking is felt by all.

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(theguardian.com)—Ferns and Ohia trees line the streets of Volcano’s main road, punctuated by several restaurants, a general store and a post office. There is a skate park, a winery and an art center nearby. Under normal circumstances the village experiences only occasional earthquakes, residents said, but in the months since Kilauea began erupting, a “big one” hit “like clockwork” every day for months. Most of those larger quakes ranged between a 3.0 and a 5.0 magnitude, forcing everyone to grab whatever was nearby and brace themselves until the shaking stopped.