Earth's Axis has changed

June 18, 2016

6-2016 Time to measure the sun June 19, 20, 21, 22 (2016)

I’m asking everyone this year to measure the position of the sunrise & sunset over 4 days (measure each morning & each afternoon)… just in case the weather or chemtrails block your view.  So start measuring on June 19, 20, 21 & 22. Your measurements can be up to 10 days late. But the measurements closest to June 21 are best.

Remember, the sun should be in contact with the horizon on sunrise & sunset. The land should also be flat. No mountains in the way.

Remember to use a clock face measurement. 12 is due north. As you are facing north, state the position of the sunrise (such as between 1 & 2) and sunset (such as between 10 & 11).


Sorry for the delay on comment approvals. I was in the hospital for the past week.








  1. Hello, I am truly fascinated by what is happening. I have lived in my house in the north Essex part of the uk for the past 20 years. The northern part of my house now receives far more light than before. There was always a large difference in light compared to the next room which faces east, it is not the same. I have noticed the light is different in my garden too.It feels different. It is all part of a vibratory shift for us all too. Keeping positive.I enjoy reading the information you share. Thanks and good luck


    Comment by Angela Hill — July 21, 2016 @ 10:06 am | Reply

  2. We have a notch in the hills here in Western Nebraska in which the sun rises or used to anyway on the first day of summer and thereafter retreats back south.
    I didn’t get around to checking it this year(no check the last few years in fact) until 6-23-16 the sun even then (3 days after solstice) was 3 degrees
    North of its previous maximum Northern travels (according to all I knew anyway!). The next day on the 24th I found it rising about 2 degrees south (according to my homemade compass rig, from the previous rising day) back on the Northern most part of the notch where it never touched in previously checked years (several back). It still lacked a degree of getting back to the previous maximum! That seemed like a good sized move in one day! I couldn’t exactly say how far North it went on the 20th but just a rough approximation would have it perhaps 6 degrees more Northerly than previous observations with a tapering move size of perhaps 1 degree towards day 0 on the Solstice(3+2+1=6 deg.?) . Last year according to what I have seen on this site recently was much further to the North putting the Tropic of Cancer (sun overhead) at the Canadian border vs it moving back to say Oklahoma City this year vs the normal over mid Mexico!
    I previously thought all the Pole Shift was baloney so I am way behind the curve in getting this figured out. Am very grateful for this site and its creator for putting out real data.
    I Started keeping track of the magnetic shift just last September (10-9-15) and found that here it had moved East 10 degrees by Feb.5, 2016 and give or take a month was at its “going to 0 acceleration time” since which it has been slowly going back North perhaps a degree on my little teeny marks on my aviation map reading compass. They have renamed the runways on a nearby airport to correspond with the move!
    Thanks for your interest, davee


    Comment by david ewing — June 27, 2016 @ 6:05 pm | Reply

    • I reestimated the current position as central Nebraska on June 21st. About 41 degrees.

      Back in 2014. we were at 51 degrees.

      I will recalculate it again, when I get the exact mileage between the equator and north pole. Right now I’m using 6270. It is close but not exact.


      Comment by mmc7 — July 22, 2016 @ 9:57 pm | Reply

      • Your 6270 miles = 10090.6 km which I couldn’t find real quick on the net . Originally the definition of a meter was the distance equator to pole which they called 10000.0 km at that time. Now this source is calling it otherwise. “The meridional of the earth is 40,008 km (the circumference going around the poles , the circumpolar). So, if you walked, you would walk at least 20,004 km from North to South pole. “. (Since the earth has its bulges too)


        Comment by david ewing — July 23, 2016 @ 12:39 am

  3. Hi there, this is the first time I have become concerned about the sun and its position. Having been in the same place since 2001, (we live in a gully but the sunrises always in one position and gives me maximum warmth and sunlight to dry my clothes in under my carport. Ive welcomed it every morning to the right of (and into) my lounge windows and doors but in the last month or so it has shifted and not only takes longer to come up but is now just to the left of my windows, (and briefly) with NO sun into my carport. The only sun we now get into the back of the house is around 1-2pm, (which unusually) HASNT changed. Weird. Whats going on?


    Comment by shona roskam — June 25, 2016 @ 2:08 am | Reply

  4. I hope you are feeling better. We really appreciate all you do.


    Comment by Deb — June 19, 2016 @ 4:22 pm | Reply

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