Earth's Axis has changed

May 5, 2016

5-2016 Canada & Alaska Observations

To help us organize solar observations & compare changes, I am creating posts for each region so we can view the best observations & comments & track changes.

This post is for Canada, Alaska & Nova Scotia Region. If you have observations about unusual Solar characteristics, weather, seismic activity, etc., in this region, which may be connected with the earth’s shift or abnormal changes, submit your info as a comment & specify the general location.

Only the best info will be approved as a comment for the various regions. In some cases of exceptional info, I may add your comment as a new post.

I must caution you that NASA, USGS, Smithsonian, our various gov’t agencies, the news outlets & grant dependent universities, etc., are not supplying truthful info to purposely mislead the public to maintain the corporate & global economy, product availability, workforce productivity & consumer demand. They reduce everything by no less than 10%. Sometimes on a massive scale to trivialize the facts or minimize the events. If the shift was 850 miles, they will report 8.5 inches. If the death toll was 9,000, they will report 900. (Remember Katrina?)

I was on one of the largest emergency management agencies for a major US Metro. This is standard practice controlled by FEMA & Red Cross. So do not rely on posting links to their statements. I would rather hear what each of you sees & may delete the links.

However, I have long stated for 12 years that the axis shift has been caused by loss of glacial ice on Antarctica which is the planetary gyroscopic balance weight which maintains the Earth’s axis angle.

The cold hot weather cycles are created by these spinning land hurricanes which pull heat & moisture from the gulf & cold air from Canada. As is spins it creates a spiral of alternating temperatures & pattern storms. Usually in April & May. There are also other areas which produce these coriolis land hurricanes at different times of the year for other regions.

You can view these spiral storm Patterns at

Here is a post from Stargazer in Toronto:

I wanted to add that I’ve been trying to analyse observations and put things together with the unusual weather and odd seismic activity as well as reports even by NASA that Earth’s axis is shifting due to ice melt from “global warming/climate change” (you can see the article on my site here I’m in Toronto Canada, one of the observations I made around the end of April that I found odd was that in the late afternoon/evening I would look out my backyard and I noticed the sun was already too advanced in it’s setting position for this early in the year. I will have to start writing my observations down and recording them as sometimes I actually don’t trust my own memory or recollection so I often have doubts that anything may actually be unusual. I will keep an eye on this, I’ve been setting a specific hour that I make the observation and I will continue to do it and see what transpires and I will update IF I think it’s anything worthy.

Also the weather for the last few years aside from the up and down temperatures where there’s never any really prolonged heat or cold wave like it used to happen way back, now it’s only maybe a few days of any type of heat or cold wave but the cold waves seem to be more dominant. The nights get a lot colder for this late in the year (May) and last year June was also like that.



  1. Hello all, I shot our sunrise on the 21st of June and it was 70 degrees, compared to last years 60 degrees. Our sunset was at 294 degrees, compared with 305 degrees last year. I did notice as well we are not getting sun on the north side of my house this year and the weather has been unusually cool and wet due to the earth’s new position. Spraying has been heavy one or two days a week and is followed by rain. Our skies are mostly cloudy all the time with short sunny breaks once in a while, Our winter was one of the most brutal in a century with over 13 ft. of total accumulated snowfall and bitter cold without any thaw until march when we had over 600 building collapses in the Sudbury area due to heavy snow loads, some buildings were over 80 years old.Even the weather man can’t forecast the weather anymore. Cheers from Northern Ontario. Dean


    Comment by Dean — June 22, 2019 @ 8:18 am | Reply

  2. I shot our sunset last night at 4:15 EST just to see if there was any difference from two days previous and I was very surprised to see it had moved from 238 degrees to 231 degrees in just 48 hours; so this morning I was able to get a shot at the sunrise before our normal milky white skies set in for the day and it was still at 140 degrees, so no change there. I am a bit puzzled by these different readings by individuals in the southern hemispere, but I am using a Suunto professional compass with a gun sight /mirror and my declination is adjusted to 10 degrees west for our area. I have run lines in the bush for many years using this type of compass so I am quite competent with compass navigation. I have also used a Garmin Legend GPS since 2004 and it is handy too, for confirming ones location but it is useless for running lines, I used it mostly for locating corner posts on mining claims and private properties we were logging. I did try a compass app on my phone one year while I was moose hunting and checked it with my real compass and found that the phone app compass was off as much as 45 degrees I assume due to tower triangulation issues. Needless to say I got rid of the phone app compass and carry my good one. Will continue to monitor the sun.
    Cheers, Dean


    Comment by Dean — December 27, 2018 @ 9:19 am | Reply

    • I haven’t seen a compass like that… but I don’t hunt. I believe that adjustment you are making is for magnetic north rather than true north. Google earth can help determine true north from your location. It will be the center point between your sunrise and sunset when they are in contact with the horizon. The curvature also causes the sunset to slide on the horizon instead of going straight down. The GPS is screwed up from the axis shifts because the satellite network does not move with us as we shift. So it is unreliable even with the software patches. Plus with the recent shift, I don’t know how long it takes to write a new software patch and apply it to realign the system. It is classified so don’t expect anyone to admit it. The gov’t wont admit to anything that might affect the economy and stock market… and Canada usually follows their lead. Although the Canadian minister of Ecology(?) was quite open about the heatwaves.

      The US stopped using tower triangulation and changed to GPS location around 2002 or 2003. Supposedly for our benefit in case of an accident or emergency but in reality so they can track us.

      As for the changing position of the sun, if the sun is directly over the south pole as 2 of our people reported and if we are horizontal as I suspect, then keeping the sun and the south pole aligned might be like trying to align a star on a cheap telescope where it keeps moving and makes it difficult to center. Perhaps this is what we are seeing. I can’t see anything because we have been bashed with tropical downpours even though we are not a tropical region. We are in the 60’s at best and low 40’s at night. Not quite freezing so I don’t know where these tropical downpours are originating. I’ll have to see if it is a collision of cold and warm weather or something which came up from the gulf.

      But either way, I need to compare the sun to what we saw last July. Ours was also unstable as it continued moving north in July.


      Comment by mmc7 — December 27, 2018 @ 12:19 pm | Reply

      • My declination adjustment on my compass is to compensate for the magnetism in the earth and in doing so will give me a true north or grid north reading in which all of our maps are based upon for navigation. If I take the mid point between sunrise and sunset like you say, I get 189 degrees on the solstice, more or less a degree of difference for error. I hope this is correct as it would substantiate the other two readings in the southern hemisphere.


        Comment by Dean — December 27, 2018 @ 6:46 pm

      • That’s what I thought. That adjustment is for magnetic north which moves around. True north is the north pole without any adjustment and it is the midpoint between the sunrise and sunset. No adjustments, just the midpoint and how far each sunrise and sunset appear on the clock face numbers. It is now moving so we need to see how it changes each week into January.


        Comment by mmc7 — December 27, 2018 @ 10:02 pm

  3. I was able to see our sunset yesterday the 24th of Dec. 2018 and it was at 238 degrees for Northeastern Ontario. Will continue to monitor for additional travel to the south until mid-Jan.
    Cheers and Merry Christmas, Dean


    Comment by Dean — December 25, 2018 @ 2:16 pm | Reply

    • Your view of the south pole may be somewhat rotated based on your location. For instance, the magnetic north may be to the east of your location rather than due north during the summer because the farther north, the more the curvature affects your readings & perspective. Check the grid lines for your location on Google earth to see if they are a factor.

      I have the angle of 180 from 2 different people in two different locations. 180 would put it directly over the south pole which is the mirror opposite of the sun being within 5 degrees of true north last July. But I have to look at the constellations in June to see if they are rotated. I strongly suspect we are horizontal but I don’t have charts for the other seasons and I only trust the charts back in the 1980’s before they started revising history and altering charts. They can’t alter books we already have in our collections. I need to be sure using a reliable chart before I start telling everyone we have shifted onto our side.

      The same issues occur by scanning everything into Kindle. It allows them to revise or delete. It is ok to use Kindle as long as we have the hard copy dated before they started revising everything. I have a VHS store bought copy of the movie Hawaii. When I wanted to get a DVD copy I found out they had deleted a large number of scenes (almost 30 minutes) from the original, mostly with Julie Andrews because they didn’t like the cruelty of her husband in those scenes and likely someone did not like it implied that the Calvinists behaved like that. There was no violence or hitting or name calling. His cruelty was more psychological and controlling such as making his children wear heavy long johns because it was winter in the US even though Hawaii was tropical or forcing his wife to cook bean soup and not allowing them to eat the fresh fruit and fish available. But this is an example of how they revise books and films. Her scenes are the key subject of the film. So I don’t dare get rid of my VHS version. It is the only intact version of the film. They claim they are going to release it on Blueray but I don’t do Blue Ray and pay three times the price because Disney is trying to force everyone onto their format when DVD’s are much cheaper. The first time I saw high definition on a Harry Potter film at the theater, I was horrified how badly the actors looked in High Definition. Especially the Weasely family at the home of Sirius. Just a few decades ago, they used to use diffusion filters & Vaseline to make actors look better. Now they want us to see every pore and defect in HD. That is fine for my satellite photos but not for my videos.


      Comment by mmc7 — December 26, 2018 @ 6:58 am | Reply

    • We have two people who said it was directly over the south pole and a third person whose numbers correspond with yours. I’m not sure why this is and I appreciate the weekly updates to see if it changes as it did for us last summer. I am going to paste the instructions for you which I gave to the other person who had your numbers and see if that helps figure this out. It may be the method. The other person was using a phone app as a compass rather than eyes. So here is what I told them…. keeping in mind they are in Australia.

      Here is what I said to them:

      So be sure to judge those numbers with your eyes rather than your phone and imagine the clock face is a hundred yards in each direction and you are standing at the center of the clock face where the hands are attached in the center. East and west would be 9 and 3.
      12 would be directly south.

      Note: I invert the clock for winter solstice with the 12 pointing south. For our summer solstice I point the 12 to the north. But I can usually tell by the numbers which way the clock is oriented if someone gets confused. I can easily adjust the results accordingly. I mostly do this so the person is facing the sun by facing 12 so they don’t have to imagine the clock upside down. Interestingly, of the two with 180 (their compass degrees are pointed north so south is 180)… one is in UK and one in Australia (I think). Of the two with your results, you are in Canada while the other is in Australia. So it is the same mix but both Australian’s are using phone GPS.

      I still cannot under stand why I have two with one result and two with another result. It doesn’t quite make sense. Are you using a phone or a hand compass or your eyes on an imaginary clock? Don’t use a phone GPS. There is a reason for that because the planet is shifting inside the satellite network which is not keeping up with the shifts so they are having to write software patches to adjust for the changes in the satellite positions to make it appear normal when it is not. Especially just after a shift occurred 2 days ago. They have not had time to write the software patch from the last shift and the patches are not reliable. So it is best to use your eyes with an imaginary clock or a real compass with the degrees of a circle. I usually do both but we are having violent storms of high wind, lightning and thunder like a hurricane and is pouring rain as if it were tropical. Clearly, our planet is really screwed up.

      However, our sun was acting pretty crazy last July. The variations in numbers could be a symptom of being sideways. I wish I had a winter chart for the constellations. I really need to know if they are rotated. But I cannot trust the internet charts and I can’t find my adjustable chart. Only my book from the 80’s. If we are sideways, it is conceivable that the view of the sun might no longer be stable from one day to the next. Similar to the way it is difficult to get a cheap telescope to center onto a star without losing sight of it and the slightest touch will lose the view when you are trying to center on it. Maybe our planet is doing the same if we are horizontal and trying to look at the sun over the poles. I’m just speculating. I can’t say one way or the other until I confirm it.

      This weather reminds me of a Twilight Zone episode where they were falling into the sun and everything was so hot it was melting… only to wake up and find they were actually falling away from the sun and freezing and the heat dream was caused by a fever.


      Comment by mmc7 — December 26, 2018 @ 6:11 pm | Reply

  4. My last view of the sunrise was on Dec.19th, 2018 due to the fact that they were spraying the crap out of us. I did take a shot at it thinking I might not see it for a while and it was at 150 degrees. I am hoping to get a sunset reading tonight if it stays clear till dark.
    Why aren’t other people chiming in?
    Cheers Dean


    Comment by Dean — December 22, 2018 @ 8:49 am | Reply

  5. I shot our sunset last night (fall equinox) and it was at 270 degrees, so nothing out of the norm here in NE Ontario.


    Comment by Dean — September 23, 2018 @ 9:12 am | Reply

    • The equinoxes should be normal. The equatorial center is in the same spot whether the axis is normal or 4000 miles off. However, with the July shift, I wasn’t sure what to expect this year. I was hoping to find someone near the equator to measure the shadows today but nobody volunteered.


      Comment by mmc7 — September 23, 2018 @ 9:29 am | Reply

  6. Sunrise and sunset were at 60 degrees and 305 degrees respectfully today June 21, 2018. Very similar to last years readings. Spraying here near Sudbury, Ont. has been less than last year with the exception of heavy spray days now and then. Our weather went from winter to summer with very little rain and temperatures in the high 20’s/low 30’s beginning of June which is unusual but we were not sprayed as much this year compared to last. The intensity of the sun is quite remarkable now and the colour is white hot and one cannot look at it for more than a split second.


    Comment by Dean — June 21, 2018 @ 8:21 pm | Reply

  7. Our sunrise was at 145 degrees on the 21st of Dec. here near Sudbury, Ont. I could not see the sunset due to cloud cover.
    I remember back in Jan. 1990 going to work on an east/west highway and the sunrise was just blinding in the morning, so that means the sun was at about 90 degrees back then and now it is at 145 degrees, a difference of about 55 degrees. These numbers jive with the sun’s last summer solstice position.
    Our summer was very wet and cool having only 1 day of 31 degrees C on June 12, we never broke 30 again the whole summer. “They” sprayed us heavily which in turn gave us what we got, the spraying was more sporadic in the fall and now it is almost stopped. Our garden was pathetic due to the amount of water, the sweet corn did not mature, the potatoes and turnips were starting to rot in the ground, the carrots were small, the tomatoes were plentiful but did not ripen and we did not get even one squash, on the upside we had lots of beans and the well stayed full.
    mmc7, I read your article on the 5th planet and I agree with what you say. There is MUCH more to the story than what we have been “brainwashed” in the school system. I have done some archaeology work and certain things that you mentioned would raise some eyebrows to say the least in the archaeology community. Many of them like to collectively agree with each other on certain so called known theories about history and evolution and don’t dare venture outside the peer reviewed realm of things for fear of being a nut bar. After considerable thought and research I have come to the conclusion that humans are not evolved from apes like Darwin would like us all to think, but have been placed here on earth from another planet. The reason I think this is because there is no other animal on the planet that is even close to humans. We humans have infested the planet just like fleas infest a dog. We are the only species that like to control, dominate, enslave,lie to, deceive, displace, etc. etc. etc. other humans for personal gain. We are the only species that communicate in complex verbal speech, wear clothes, make fire, build complex structures, build complex machinery and alter the environment like no other.
    I believe that complex civilizations like ours have existed on earth before, ie. Atlantis, and have been eradicated due to catastrophe. Technology has been given from more intelligent life than ours to build the many pyramids around the planet, the massive navigation patterns and images that are only visible from satellites etc.
    Some people say we have come from a group called the Anunaki or Dracons and have been placed here on earth as slaves to the 13 ruling illuminati families (ie. the queen of England, Rothschild, Rockefeller, Bush and others I can’t think of now) who control all governments who in turn control all of us.
    The enslavement and lies begin the day we are born and the lies are so big that most of us cannot figure them out ever and are quite happy to remain asleep, but for those of us who are awake we live with the massive betrayal everyday which never stops from the media.
    I don’t know if my theory is correct but I do know that what I used to think was correct is nothing but a lie, somewhere is the truth and I doubt I will ever know it but I will remain an observer to the big dog and pony show.


    Comment by Dean — December 23, 2017 @ 10:15 am | Reply

  8. The sunrise and sunset were at 60 degrees and 300 degrees respectfully on June 21, 2017 which is only slightly different from last year.
    The spring near Sudbury, Ontario has been wetter, cooler and had mostly cloudy skies. Spraying has been heavy on clear days.


    Comment by Dean — June 22, 2017 @ 5:30 am | Reply

  9. II live in Ottawa Ontario and found this site while researching sunset time around winter solstice, as through observation only, it seemed to me that the sun was setting noticeably later than it had historically. I am not a professional and have no qualitative measures, simply that when I leave work at 16:00 EST it still daylight, and I needed sunglasses one day this week at 16:00 years past it would be pitch black by 16:30. All the sites I found used a calculator that implied the sun sets at the exact same time on any given date in each and every year, which contradicted my observations. I will record civic dusk and dawn this week (Dec 19-25) to see how far of we are from their models.

    I can say anecdotally that the years during which anomalies were noted in your solstice angle measures did in fact mirror some weather anomalies here in Canada. Since 2012, our winter have oscillated from record warm to record cold while our summers have volleyed between record cools and heat waves (over 40C – unheard of in this part of the world) with either overly wet, or record drought conditions. In 2014, and again in 2016, we had drought conditions resulting in death of many city trees and lawns, however in 2015 we had a steady supply of rain spread thoughout the entire summer. I also noticed the changes in my vegetable garden, for example our first and last frost dates are well off their norms. And in spring of 2014 I was shocked to find celery stalks, lettuce and carrots appeared, having over wintered from prior year planting. Those crops are annual and never survive our winter which hits minus 30C for days at a time. That winter we had no snow until after Xmas, and it was completely gone by end of March. 2015 on the other hand was a winter of record cold, and record snow falls. And finally, my last anecdotal point – Meteorologists were getting darn precise in predicting snowfall anticipated with a 24 hour forecast within 1-2 cm. This year we’ve had three snow storms, the first two were double the forecasted (12 cm when they called for 6; 20 cm when they called for 10) And the third was less than half (4cm when they’d called for 12), which indicates their models are no longer working. That may have nothing directly to do with angle, but could be indirectly tied to angle change is the root cause of both is ice cap loss affecting planet mass.

    Thanks for posting al this info, I will continue to monitor your findings.


    Comment by Laurie sweezey — December 18, 2016 @ 7:11 am | Reply

  10. Very glad to have found this site. I’ve been aware of the shifting poles and tilting of the planet for a few years, and this year I observe the change to be more extreme. I live on the interior plateau of British Columbia, slightly south of William’s Lake, 52 degrees north latitude.. I’ve been anticipating seeing the sun descend south in its arc from sunrise to sunset as we progress into fall, but now, in mid August, sunset is FURTHER NORTH than on June 21st, and well north of my location. Got up early today to check sunrise, and it is well north of where I anticipated it to be.. I’d estimate sunrise and sunset to be around 55 degrees north. If I understand correctly not only is the pole progressing east into Siberia, the planet is “laying down” more in a progression from the traditional 23 1/2 degree tilt to … just guessing….around 45 degrees currently. With this greater exposure to the sun, it would seem logical for weather to be hotter here…but it’s not. Bizarre weather patterns, torrential rains. often with hail, then chilly weather,down to not much above freezing, then hot. Hay ranchers and gardeners are having a tough time. Think I’ll lay in extra firewood…might be a cold winter ahead.


    Comment by David Thatcher — August 17, 2016 @ 9:58 am | Reply

  11. I live near Sudbury, Ontario and I shot the sunrise and sunset on June 20th using a compass with the declination adjusted to 10 degrees W for our location. The sunrise was at 55 degrees and the sunset was at 308 degrees.
    Interestingly enough I posted these observations on Geoengineeringwatch which I thought was a site similar to yours with people writing in about what they are seeing in our skies (chemtrails etc.) and my findings were not posted and there was no explanation as to why not. I think that my findings do not fit their criteria because it is the truth as to why we have climate change and blows the whole government story of human caused climate change out of the water and I wonder if the site isn’t a bogus government site.


    Comment by Dean — June 27, 2016 @ 7:18 am | Reply

  12. I live in Woodstock Ontario and I have noticed the sun setting too far to the North. I see a lot of chemtrailing around 7pm in the west…I believe it is to cover up activity in the South towards Orion as well as the sunset. Shortly after “sunset” which is around 9:30 in the evening Vice 9:05, there is a bright blue “aura” in the North and slowly travels eastward until it diminishes around 3 or 4 am. I was a Boy Scout…if I were to use my skills…ie finding the sun at sunset to determine my position…I would be sadly lost. Something big is about to happen.


    Comment by Jim — June 12, 2016 @ 8:09 pm | Reply

  13. I know that the sun’s position is further along then it should be. Our neighbor pointed this out to us [ my husband and myself] 2-3 years ago….We live about 80 miles directly across from Bay City, Michigan on the Canadian side of Lake Huron, and always boast about the most amazing sunsets we enjoy… and they are famous around the world! I don’t like our sunsets being messed with!!! The weather is and has been weird. This year when we came home from Florida in May; the temp. has ranged from freezing to 90 degrees inside of 2 weeks. The winters here have been mild and the summer forecast from what I hear will be very hot. This is not normal!~!1 also the Lake has risen—is this due to melting of the polar ice??


    Comment by Beverly Maurer — June 6, 2016 @ 5:14 pm | Reply

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