Earth's Axis has changed

October 6, 2016

10-2016 Best locations to see abnormal Sun position… have changed

Filed under: axis change,Solar change,Sun changes — mmc7 @ 8:17 pm

note: One of our followers said he could see the sun to the north from mid Nebraska in June. So I may have underestimated the sun position. If he can see the sun to the north in June, perhaps more of you in the northern US states will be able  to see the sun to the north in June than I thought.   This is why your feedback next June will be imperative. I don’t have access to any fancy equipment. All I can do is estimate. Apparently the sun is farther north than the 41 degree N latitude estimate on June 21st. So I hope everyone will measure the sunrise & sunset angles plus the standard time noon shadow & direction. We can be much more accurate with everyone helping.

Here is my original comment with the 41 N estimate. Since we now have someone at 41 N who says they could see the sun to the North in June, that means my numbers are underestimated. So more of you will be able to view the sun to the north in June than I had anticipated. Each number may be several degrees farther north. So we will need feedback from everyone in June. So all the numbers below may be underestimated. Everything below which is highlighted in blue may be under estimated.  We  need to  confirm  this in June with everyone’s feedback.

When answering a recent comment, I realized I needed to post this information for everyone since I had not previously mentioned how the recent changes affected your ability to see the sun’s abnormal position since the sun’s position dramatically changed (reverted) in 2015.

Prior to the recent reversion of the sun’s Summer solstice position in 2015, the sun could be seen abnormally to the north on June 21st as far north as Canada. So, basically, everyone in the US could see the sun abnormally rising and setting to our north. It was at its farthest north point in June 2014.

But on June 21st 2015, it reverted to about the 41 degree latitude north which places it about mid Nebraska. This position remained stable in June 21st 2016 as well. I do not know what caused the sun to revert. I do know what caused the axis to shift in the first place. Loss of melting ice at the south pole which is the gyroscopic anchor point balancing our planet and the angle of the axis. Loss of the weight of ice allowed the axis to shift.

However, this had one more effect. Only those who live south of the 41st degree latitude north (or those who live south of Nebraska) can now see the sun to the north. In fact, they really need to be south of Kansas. Being too close to the sun’s latitude will affect your ability to discern its true position. Especially since the sun travels in an arc across the sky.

So, all those people who were once able to see the sun abnormally to the north in June, are no longer able to do so. Basically, you would need to live south of the 35th degree latitude north, in order to see the sun is abnormally to the north. Living in Texas, I’ve always been able to see it to the north since 2004. But now, everyone north of Nebraska or Kansas will not be able to see the sun to the north. It is still abnormal because it should be at the 23.5 degree latitude north which is located in mid Mexico. That is where the original tropic of cancer is located. So we are still off by hundreds of miles. Close to 1000 miles.

But now, the entire northern half of the US, Canada, UK, most of Europe and Russia can no longer see the sun to the north. This is the majority of people who follow this website.

You either have to be south of Kansas or in southern Spain, northern Africa, northern Arabia and central China and Japan to now see the sun  abnormally rising and setting toward the north on June 21st. I’ve also lost most of those who provide measurements in this shift. I don’t know what caused the sun to revert farther south in 2015 but it did improve our situation. We are not currently in danger of the final shift because we are below the tipping point. But not completely, because the sun is still several hundred miles too far north on June 21st and has remained stable through 2016. But all we can do is watch the situation and measure the changes on each summer solstice. June 21st for those of us living in the northern hemisphere and December 21st for those who live in the southern hemisphere.

If you live south of Kansas, you should be able to see the sun to the north in June (unless we have shifted again). As long as the sun is several hundred miles from its proper location, we will continue to have hotter summers and colder winters and altered weather patterns and Jet Stream position.

The measurements can only be done on the summer solstice. June 21st for most of us… although you can see the abnormal position of the sun for a couple weeks prior and after. But only if you live south of the 35 degree north latitude.

Everyone else who lives north of Nebraska, Canada, UK, most of Europe and Russia will see the sun south of you on this date as long as the sun remains over mid Nebraska on June 21st. This is a huge change from 2014 when the sun was at its northernmost point… beyond the tipping point up in Canada. Eight months later, the US was hit with the worst severe winter on record as I had warned due to the extreme position of the sun at that time.

The good news is we have been stable since the June 2015 reversion. The bad news is how few people can still see the sun’s abnormal position to keep track of it. So if you run into someone who says they cannot see the sun abnormally to the north in June… find out where they are located. Most of those who once could see the sun to the north are now too far north to see it. In either hemisphere, you need to be between the 23.5 and 35 degree latitude parallels to view the sun too far to the north. The sun is currently around 41 degrees latitude on the summer solstice… unless it changes again.

Also remember, the measurements can only be done on the summer solstice. June 21st for the northern hemisphere and December 21st for the southern hemisphere. It is the only time of year when the sun reaches its furthest points. I will continue to provide the measurements each year as long as I can still see the sun’s abnormal position to the north and able to report it.



  1. Good day! I live in Cape Town South Africa and from point of view on Table Mountan, here from the place I grew up in, the sun now suddenly sets far left from Tabke mountain. I remember that in wi ter and aummer there was the normal small change. The sun always used to set to the right or middle of the mountain, or somehere close, but now it is far off the left of the mountain, so yes it is just another piece of proof. I also do not understand how people can not notice it?


    Comment by Michelle — January 9, 2020 @ 12:27 am | Reply

    • It is the same way the govt gives fake victim numbers & withold tests to prevent discovery of truth.
      Same with ufos, archaology, disaster data, space missions, pandemics. All false info.


      Comment by mmc7 — March 28, 2020 @ 5:11 am | Reply

  2. I live in NM and have a patio facing west. For 10 years here now and always have had to put my patio shades down to protect direct sun. This year 2017 it has always been in the shade. And now we miss the bright sunset colors against the mountains that are now much further north. This is simply a fact that most do not notice as I due to all the time and years spent on my patio. We have not had to drop the shades all summer where every past summer for 10 years we had.


    Comment by Gary — July 11, 2017 @ 11:27 pm | Reply

  3. I live in south Florida, USA. and I did observe last year the sun was rising in the wrong place. yes it was to the north, however this year it appears to be back to where I remember it should be. I will definitely pay more attention. I had mentioned it to a few people who looked at me kinda strange.


    Comment by Ellen — December 9, 2016 @ 7:41 am | Reply

    • It was still toward the north last June. Just not as far north as it was 2 years earlier. It is still nearly 1000 miles too far north in June.


      Comment by mmc7 — December 10, 2016 @ 2:30 am | Reply

  4. I live directly on the 45th parallel in Montana, and I can verify the sun was setting northwest from my perspective as well. I took sunset pictures during both the 2015 & 2016 solstices, and I agree that the sun set in very near the same positions the during the past 2 years. But it was still abnormally North.


    Comment by epplerkd — October 14, 2016 @ 8:35 pm | Reply

    • Thank you. That is very helpful. I hope you will post your findings next June 21st as well. These sightings are very important in helping to ascertain the most accurate position of the sun.

      Also, when you sight the sunrise & sunset angles next June, be sure to measure the length & direction of the noon (standard time) shadow on June 21st as well. That would be 1 PM daylight savings time. This will help us ascertain the overhead position of the arc path of the sun. So we can pinpoint the noon parallel location as well by comparing feedback from everyone.

      I remember back in the 80’s when the sun was normal, I had built a large cat pen on the north side of the house & felt bad because the pets never got to enjoy laying in the sun. The cat pen was in the shade 365 days per year. It was located in the only place I could build it because the pen had to include a cat door so they could go outside into the pen on their own.

      It finally has sun at last but I no longer live there. However, my greenhouse window on the north side finally has summer sunlight for the plants. Those of us who grew window plants noticed the change in available sunlight on the north side which first occurred in June 2005 (after the Dec 2004 tsunami which killed over 250,000 victims). My neighbors were all asking for answers so I started tracking the sun in June 2006. But without expensive laser measuring systems, I need all the help I can get to be more accurate.

      Your info was most helpful. I will be most interested to find out what direction & length the noon shadow will be from your location next June 21st in addition to the sunrise & sunset angles.


      Comment by mmc7 — October 15, 2016 @ 11:46 pm | Reply

  5. Global Warming is Good — The HAB Theory

    The HAB Theory says the Earth capsizes periodically due to the accumulation of ice near the poles. Warm, water-filled air from near the equator is carried by normal and persistent currents to the poles, where the moisture falls as snow and ice. It never gets warm enough at the poles for much of the ice to melt, thus the polar ice caps grow. The weight of the water added to the ice caps is huge. Antarctica grows by almost eighty-five billion tons of ice every month, far more than is sloughed off from the edges in an entire year. (p. 201) The ice is not evenly distributed around the Earth’s axis of spin. Over time the off-center weight of the ice causes the Earth to capsize similarly to the ball with wax on it in the example.

    Pole shift news “data break through “!!!! the magnometer is ready:

    poleshift news

    Mainstream Science has aa HUGE problem The problem they now have is that these alignments not only discredit Plate Tectonics as a valid theory, they also discredit the gravitational model for planet creation because these alignments also proof that Electromagnetism is what created our planet not accretion This also affects archeology and pretty much almost all the sciences because the alignments shown here favor a young Earth or a recently resurfaced Earth. more:

    there is a few videos of this genie (although not the first) between the one I posted above … and this one: Was our planet created in 6 days, what if I could prove it was ?

    so, wow, he figured it out…it was a pole flip! did it last 6 days? ..
    : you can go to 7 min ( video is 11 min) Pole flip: (
    Huge Breaking News: The Grand Canyon was created by an electronic discharge:
    That’s maybe bigger than yesterday’s news: Yellowstone is the eye of a plasma vortex:.


    Comment by Mai Zimbleman — October 7, 2016 @ 2:03 pm | Reply

    • For some reason, I could not get your comment to approve. It took several dozen attempts before it finally approved.

      Brown was born in the 1800’s. He was an engineer. His theory was published in the 50’s. Our planet is not capable of flipping upside down because of insufficient land weight at the north pole. The weight of extra ice only counts when it is on land such as the south pole.

      Ice floating on water such as the North pole has no effect on the balance because it does not add weight when it floats. The extra weight at the south pole actually stabilizes our balance & tilt. It is the loss of ice weight from the south pole continent which allows the axis to shift until we eventually tip over on our side. There will never be enough weight at the north pole to flip upside down. Only onto our side due to the extra weight at the Equator.

      While this is a catastrophic event to be rotating vertically on our side, it is still survivable in the tropic regions after the vast tsunami floodwaters subside. Possibly survivable up to the 45 degree parallel. But the regions beyond that latitude would be too hot in summer with constant hot sun directly overhead; and too cold in winter with constant darkness. Only normal in spring & fall. You would have to live underground in those regions without available food.

      But the earth has flipped onto its side 11 times in the past according to one scientist. The equator is then vertical. This has the planet rotating vertically.

      A scientist on one of those planet Earth documentaries in April 2008 had stated this after visiting the polar region ice cores and glaciers atop mountains on the equator. I can’t remember his name.

      So Brown was partially correct. He just forgot to account for land ice weight versus floating ice weight.

      Nor had anyone else (as far as I know) realized the Antarctica continent was acting as a gyroscopic anchor point to maintain the balance of Earths tilt until I posted it in 2006. But I doubt I will get any more credit than Brown did. An author stole his idea in the 60’s & wrote a popular Book altering his theory. But never really credited Hugh Brown’s theory. The original is free online from his family.

      Mainstream science these days is quite pathetic. They actually state the moon was formed by giant impact of debris when any fool can see by its spherical shape it was molten liquid when formed. Liquids assume a spherical shape in space. If the moon was formed by debris, the earth & moon would be encircled by rings of leftover debris & the moon would have an odd, lumpy shape. Even a child would be smart enough to figure that out. Mainstream science has a serious lack of common sense. 50 years ago, anyone who proposed such an absurd lunar impact theory would have been laughed out of existence. That just goes to show what we are dealing with these days.


      Comment by mmc7 — October 16, 2016 @ 11:58 pm | Reply

  6. “Seeing the sun to the North” is a little oblique to me, a little hard to figure out. I live in mid Nebraska but was easily seeing the sun rising many degrees to the North. Now I didn’t have a pole planted but if I had been checking the noon angle, I suppose the shadow would have been nearly non-extant then with the sun being straight overhead at this new “Tropic of Cancer” right? De

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    Comment by David K. Ewing — October 6, 2016 @ 11:20 pm | Reply

    • Thank you. Without fancy equipment, all I can do is estimate. This is why I encourage everyone to help with the June 21st measurements. Those help to pinpoint how far off the sun actually is.

      Do you know how much of an angle it had at sunrise or sunset? It is a shame you didn’t get the shadow length and direction. In Texas the standard time noon shadow from an 8 ft sign pole was only an inch to the south (the sun was north of us casting southerly shadows). A very short shadow. But as I mentioned, the sun’s path curves in an arc between sunrise & sunset.

      If this is correct in regard to seeing the sun north of mid Nebraska in June, then perhaps some of the northern states may be able to see the sun toward the north in June after all. I was very ill last June. I had just gotten out of the hospital a couple days earlier.

      I hope everyone will let us know what they see in June if you live in the northern hemisphere. Apparently, the sun is further north than I estimated.

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      Comment by mmc7 — October 7, 2016 @ 3:51 am | Reply

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