The Lake Toba Eruption of 2012 was a cataclysmic event occured during the 2012 apocalypse.

This event marked the eruption of the Lake Toba in Sumatra, Indonesia that occurred on the 21st of December in 2012 when the Earth's crust was becoming unstable and lava began to force its way to the surface when the Earth's core's temperature was being heated up so high. The subsequent volcanic ash from the eruption spread across Indonesia, destroying its cities, villages, towns and landmarks, rendering most of the country uninhabitable and killing millions of its population.

The remains of the Lake Toba volcano and Sumatra were then swept by a megatsunami at the height of 1500 meters during the Worldwide Flooding, submerging it underwater.


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