Spain is in a state of turmoil right now following the first volcanic eruption over at the Canary Islands in 50 years.

This has forced the evacuation of over 5,000 people in the area, including 500 tourists. About 100 houses have been destroyed by this fortuitous event.

The volcanic eruption which reportedly happened at 3:12 p.m. local time on the Cumbre Viejo volcano,  came after over 20,000 earthquakes were measured on the La Palma island, the second youngest of the Canary Islands.

A quake of around 4 points on the Richter Scale announced the start of the eruption, with TV images capturing lava, smoke, and ash being expelled from five fissures on the hillside, although by 10 p.m. lava was escaping from seven different apertures according to the Xinhua News Agency.

And while help is needed for the people over in Spain, conspiracy theories have now come out. A YouTuber made a bold claim that the Bible had a hidden message associated with the Spain calamity.

YouTuber Psychic T Chase claims that the Cumbre Vieja on La Palma will be the first area of the country to feel the brunt of the colossus wave. He added that it will barrage through the coast of North Africa.

"Everyone will flee," "their hearts will burn" and survivors will "cry in their desolate houses" was the Bible passage he was referring to.

The theory was based on a computer program that takes sections of the Bible wherein words are rearranged. He goes on to suggest that a huge wave would curve towards Britain and will have a big impact on the Americas.

"It is believed that a volcanic eruption could make this volcano wall rapidly slide into the ocean, producing a 300-foot high tidal wave," T Chase said. "The U.S. would have just 7-10 hours warning of the waves, not allowing much time to evacuate coastal cities."

Lava flows approach houses as the Mount Cumbre Vieja erupts in El Paso, spewing out columns of smoke, ash and lava as seen from Los Llanos de Aridane on the Canary island of La Palma, on September 19, 2021. Lava flows approach houses as the Mount Cumbre Vieja erupts in El Paso, spewing out columns of smoke, ash and lava as seen from Los Llanos de Aridane on the Canary island of La Palma, on September 19, 2021. Getty Images | DESIREE MARTIN / AFP