Earth's Axis has changed

May 5, 2016

New Zealand, Philippines & Pacific Islands 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 New Zealand, Phillipines & Pacific Islands 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.

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  1. Hello everyone, I have lived outdoors 24/7 here in NZ south island now for 10 years and the changes specially this season are not to denial…all the native plants have been flowering 8 weeks to early, followed by 8 weeks to early seed production and started way to early going into colour changes for autumn…..also it feels that time has lost seconds, minutes & hours….it is hard to proof that time has changed but after observing it intentionally for a while now I am sure we lost at least 8 sec per minute…..

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    Comment by Caro — March 8, 2017 @ 1:29 pm | Reply

  2. Been recording sunrise, sunset for the past 5 years once I noticed the sun went from stable yellow to white hot. Situated in far North Queensland. Sunrise normal nearly all season past few years, from midday to sunset is where the difference becomes obvious.

    From this location, Winter at the moment the sun is setting far too North. In Summer, I noticed last year the increase and the Sun was setting about an extra 15 degrees South. I’m expecting the same or worse with increased heat and am leaning toward natural cycles plus knowledge of those cycles leading to weather manipulation using ionisation technology. This enhances and furthers the climate change agenda, then the population agenda, decline in living standards and so on…..

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    Comment by That Guy! — August 10, 2016 @ 12:11 pm | Reply

  3. Hi! I am Cristi, a resident of Calamba City, south of the Metro Manila.

    I have not fully observed the sunrise because of Mt. Makiling east of my location. But I notices that it shines at the east corner of our house at certain time of the year and at our southwest wall at certain time of the year. This Solstice, I will start marking the time and point of light as I observAMe them. The sun shines on our north and east windows at approximately 7 AM.

    For the past years, we have had erratic weather here in the Philippines, but our locale receives mild weather also because of the mountain.I also believe that the weather is under severe alteration. In 2012, we have had a howling storm, that I dreaded the next year or two but it did not come back. In 2013, we had a wet month of May but not in the following years. Last year, one most notable instance was a few minutes of rain that poured golf-ball sized raindriops; such that it felt that buckets of rain was poured in hast. This year, we are having record breaking temperatures. I noticed that the months of March through April are the hottest and most humid. This June, we are having mild gentle rains in the afternoons and star lit skies at night.

    The past four years are also hard on vegetation. Las tyear, some favorite fruit trees refused to flower. Though, they are back into fruitfulness this year.

    Our local (national) news caster are giving us temperature forecasts in “heat indexes” of 40 degrees Centigrade.

    I hope I can contribute to this observation and conversation about the processes that affect us all. Thank you for this blog. I found answers I can consider as plausible.

    Sincerely,

    Cristi

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    Comment by Cristi Lieta Bautista — June 14, 2016 @ 2:02 am | Reply

  4. I’ve also noticed that the sun does not rise or set in the same position and used two years ago I noticed it when I lived in New Mexico and again when I move to Oklahoma. Every morning when I lived in New Mexico at the exact same time I would go out and have my coffee and watch the sunrise over the mountain after the tsunami they happen in Indonesia she never goes in the same place again.

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    Comment by Tammy LeBarre — May 22, 2016 @ 8:54 am | Reply

    • It constantly changes due do the orbit amount the Sun.

      The sun will be at its furthest north position June 20-21st

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      Comment by mmc7 — May 22, 2016 @ 11:55 am | Reply

  5. I am from Timaru South Island of New Zealand . We have warmer weather than usual for May .And each star seems to have got real bright . The stars seemed to have moved further north when looking up . Not by much but they have moved.

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    Comment by Pat — May 15, 2016 @ 1:35 am | Reply

    • These are wonderful observations.

      Due to the extreme distances in space, a 2000 mile change in distance on earth is barely discernible when it comes to the stars. Another comparison would be the earth’s rotation. We are rotating at 1000 mph but we cannot feel it. Nor did we feel the Earths shifting movement which caused the Dec 2004 tsunami. Most people expect inertial reactions to large motion of Planets, etc. Which is why I provide examples of things we don’t feel or see with planetary shifts.

      There are star charts on one of my older posts which shows the variables in the stars between distances which may be of interest.

      However, we see the changes in the sun position, wildlife, weather, Seismic activity, eruptions, tsunamis, sea level & ocean temperature changes, melting glaciers & other factors caused by Earth’s shifting axis.

      These are great observations from everyone. They will be very helpful in tracking global changes.

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      Comment by mmc7 — May 15, 2016 @ 2:48 am | Reply

  6. I am in Auckland, NZ and the sun normally sets in the West, tonight we observed it set in the North, which I have never seen before

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    Comment by Marie — May 9, 2016 @ 2:13 am | Reply

    • Albuquerque New Mexico I would get out and watch the sunrise over the eastern part of the mountains it always grows more at the North now it rises more towards the South

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      Comment by Tammy LeBarre — May 22, 2016 @ 8:59 am | Reply


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