There are two important aspects to this cloud miracle. The first is that it matches the triangle mountain that is well known as a marker of New Zealand. The second is that it shows the GRIM REAPER which is NOT a prediction in the study. The question of societal collapse does not discuss or indicate mass death that the GRIM REAPER indicates. This is a critical concern because three of the locations in the top five are at risk for potential cataclysms from volcanoes. That would be Iceland, New Zealand and Tasmania. In addition, with New Zealand and Tasmania they also are at risk from supervolcanoes and massive tectonic earthquakes and are in close proximity to China. These locations could prove dangerous in case of a global war or a supervolcanoe eruption in Indonesia from Toba, or from Papau New Guinea. The GRIM REAPER is a reminder that human choices for safety are not always SAFE for such calamities of death, war and global collapse.
The following is an excerpt from this article where it cites that a slew of Silicon Valley multi-millionaires and billionaires are buying up land in New Zealand, building bunkers and stockpiling them with supplies. The link for the story is below this excerpt.
"New Zealand, Iceland, the UK, Tasmania and Ireland are the places best suited to survive a global collapse of society, according to a study.
The researchers said human civilisation was “in a perilous state” due to the highly interconnected and energy-intensive society that had developed and the environmental damage this had caused.
A collapse could arise from shocks, such as a severe financial crisis, the impacts of the climate crisis, destruction of nature, an even worse pandemic than Covid-19 or a combination of these, the scientists said.
To assess which nations would be most resilient to such a collapse, countries were ranked according to their ability to grow food for their population, protect their borders from unwanted mass migration, and maintain an electrical grid and some manufacturing ability. Islands in temperate regions and mostly with low population densities came out on top."