Multiple Earthquakes in a perfect grid pattern on the island of La Palma?
Perhaps this is perfectly natural? I have no experience in either seismology or volcanology and won't attempt to explain this. 

But it does make one scratch one's head in bewilderment, just a little. 

The following screenshot is from the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC) website [zoomed in on the Island of La Palma], taken just moments ago. It shows earthquake activity over the last forty-eight hours on the island of La Palma, whose Cumbre Vieja volcano erupted on September 19th, 2021. 

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Perfect grid like pattern. 

For contrast, here is a cluster of several earthquakes that have occurred on the island of Crete, also in the last forty-eight hours, screenshot taken from the same website just moments ago:

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This activity has the clustered pattern we are more used to. 

Maybe the La Palma island earthquakes are more modern, a new order of earthquakes?
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