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Volcanoe Eruptions with Global Quakes

Notice for Popocatepetl in Mexico that they only mention the July 2, July 20, and July 27?

As noted on the main page for Global Quakes, July 21 was significant as a day when Global Quakes resulted in 'worldwide quakes', and July 27 quakes of 7+ Richter in both Japan and Russia. July 2 marked a transition point as Planet X rose to the Ecliptic and the tugging at the Atlantic Rift increased.

Sunday 27th July 2003
Mexico's Popocatepetl volcano shot glowing rock and ash high into the air Friday night, triggering a thunderous explosion that panicked some residents in nearby communities.
Sunday 20th July 2003
Popocatepetl volcano exhaled a plume of ash on Saturday morning and layered Mexico City in white volcanic dust, sending surprised residents seeking cover.
Wednesday 2nd July 2003
A loud explosion from the Popocatepetl volcano alarmed nearby communities and probably sent ash and lava into the air.

Note that Popcatepetl was on the opposite side of the Pacific Rim on July 27, when 7+ quakes in Japan or Russia that occurred, but Russian volcanoes erupted in step with the 7+ quake there.

July 27, 2003, Strong Quake Jolts the Coast of Japan
A strong earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 7.1 shook northern Japan on Sunday, but there were no immediate reports of damage or injuries. ... The agency said the latest quake was unrelated to Saturday´s three major quakes that hit another northern state, Miyagi, leaving at least 420 people injured and hundreds of homes damage.
Sunday 27th July 2003
Bezymyanny volcano in Kamchatka (Russia´s Far East) has woken up with a large eruption. Bezymyanny erupted on Saturday 26th July at 13hrs 20 min, Moscow time.