Earth's Axis has changed

May 23, 2015

5-2015 Increased Volcanic & Seismic Activity

Filed under: axis change — mmc7 @ 1:39 pm

The shifting of the axis is not only apparent in the weather changes and the position of the sun, it also affects the volcanic and seismic activity of the planet.

Our west coast has been subject to a series of volcanic and seismic activity during the past month in addition to shifting of coastlines which has ruptured oil pipelines as well.

Here is an interesting site on the latest volcanic and seismic activity which I think might interest you.

You can also access links to global seismic links and volcanic activity on



  1. something is going on under the ocean…. from article { On the morning of November 11, just before 9:30 UT, a mysterious rumble rolled around the world. The seismic waves began roughly 15 miles off the shores of Mayotte, a French island sandwiched between Africa and the northern tip of Madagascar. The waves buzzed across Africa, ringing sensors in Zambia, Kenya, and Ethiopia. They traversed vast oceans, humming across Chile, New Zealand, Canada, and even Hawaii nearly 11,000 miles away. These waves didn’t just zip by; they rang for more than 20 minutes. And yet, it seems, no human felt them.}

    although another paper claimed that mystery is solved : it was triggered by underwater volcano


    Comment by nara — November 29, 2018 @ 6:28 pm | Reply

    • That definitely sounds like a planetary shift. We don’t feel the earths rotation either, even though it rotates at over 1000 mph.

      I didn’t hear about this or any other events during the past month. The US media doesn’t report these events.
      A volcano or earthquake doesn’t travel over a few hundred miles. About 400 miles at best. Nor does an earthquake or volcano cause a reverse surge of water from beaches. Any surge caused by a volcano or quake cannot cause a surge over a few hundred miles at best. Especially not under water which slows it down.

      Only an axis shift or planetary shift could cause tsunamis or underwater surges which travel thousands of miles. Typically, the planetary shift is what causes the quakes, volcanoes & tsunamis. But the quakes & volcanoes travel faster than tsunamis so it only falsely appears the quakes or volcanoes came first only because they reached the sensors first.

      The planetary shift occurs first causing the tsunamis, quakes & volcanoes in that order. The time of arrival at the sensors does not verify the actual time of the events. Only the times at which they arrived at the sensors. Water is the slowest, then magma is faster. Quake vibrations are the fastest, which is why they are always detected first. But they rarely occur first and are not the cause of tsunamis because quakes & volcanoes cannot cause the water to retract from the beaches. Only abnormal planetary motion or axis shift can cause the water to retract from the beaches. Quakes & Volcanic eruptions can only cause a surface surge of waves over a few hundred miles at best & no reversal of water from the beaches. The people who say otherwise are bad scientists with no knowledge whatsoever of inertia & the laws of physics. This is basic science these so called scientists should have learned in 3rd grade.


      Comment by mmc7 — December 2, 2018 @ 12:13 pm | Reply

    • I’ve been watching Hoagland’s Mars videos & I cannot remember ever being so bored. He just drones on & on about tetrahedrons & the Mars Cydonia face, etc. Then I realized I must sound like this. Except I try to use simple English so everyone can understand. But I have a habit of repeating myself because there are always new visitors who don’t know the basics such as the cause of tsunamis & why they are not caused by quakes & volcanoes except for short distance wave surges incapable of causing receding waters prior to the surge.

      But I must sound as boring & repetitive as Hoagland. Except those people in his audience have paid a great deal of money to be bored for hours at his seminars. Seminars used to cost about $500-700 twenty years ago. Plus travel & hotels & food.

      If I bore everyone as much as Hoagland bores me I regret it. Although he goes out of his way to talk down to his audience when he should keep it simple. They just want to see the images he had because this was before the internet & google earth satellite access. I guess he thought if he sounded smart it would justify the seminar prices & impress other scientists. I don’t need to impress them since I was internationally known as the top of my field … although not in this particular venue which is more of a side hobby. But I would never talk down to anyone like that.

      My problem is over explaining & repetition for new visitors who might not know. Perhaps I should assume everyone already knows these issues about planetary motion & inertia creating tsunamis & those who don’t know will ask. Although, I’m not sure I can break a lifelong habit of TMI. I will endeavor if I can.


      Comment by mmc7 — December 6, 2018 @ 12:05 pm | Reply

  2. You have a very interesting scientific page! I’ve been doing research on the Mandela Effect, and have been noticing that the sun sets much earlier in the summer here in Los Angeles than it ever has before. Your page is full of fascinating, well-researched facts about this! I would like to follow your page! I’m new to WordPress.


    Comment by coneyislandbooks — July 22, 2016 @ 2:48 pm | Reply

    • What I meant was it sets earlier in the winter.


      Comment by coneyislandbooks — July 22, 2016 @ 2:50 pm | Reply

    • I think there is a follow button on the post page to follow the blog. There are more than one type of follow buttons. Some are only to follow comments. Others for the blog.

      Liked by 1 person

      Comment by mmc7 — July 22, 2016 @ 10:05 pm | Reply

      • OK. I’ll look.


        Comment by coneyislandbooks — July 22, 2016 @ 10:58 pm

      • I think it is a floating mini window at the bottom right corner as you scroll down. It does not display for site owners. Only visitors. But I think it is there. It shows a different floating window for me.

        Liked by 1 person

        Comment by mmc7 — July 23, 2016 @ 12:42 am

      • I’m on my iPad, and it doesn’t show that button. I’ll have to try from my laptop.


        Comment by coneyislandbooks — July 23, 2016 @ 1:04 am

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