Earth's Axis has changed

December 22, 2016

Dec 2016 Solstice ~ Southern Hemisphere

If those of you in Australia, New Zealand, Tasmania, Southern South America, Fauklands, South Africa or Southern Hemisphere areas south of the tropic of Capricorn missed the solstice measurements, you still have a few days left.

Although the ideal time to measure is on the Dec 21st solstice for your region, a few days wont make that much difference. The sooner the better. So if you forgot or ran into cloudy weather, you can still do the measurements as long as you do them before Dec 31st.

As I said, the sooner the better but we don’t have to be perfect since we aren’t using laser instruments.

I would rather have a close idea of the measurements a few days late than none at all. The differences of a few days are minimal.

So please try to do the measurements if you live in this region. You still have 9 days grace to do it. The sooner the better. You can also split the days if needed to get both sunrise & sunset from different days as close together as possible.

How to measure:

Pretend you are standing in the center of a giant clock face laying on the ground under your feet. We will orient your clock opposite of ours if it helps.

If you pretend 12 is due south, 3 is west, 9 is east and 6 is north, you can estimate the angle of sunrise & sunset at the point where the sun is in contact with the flat horizon. (if you have mountains on one side, just do the flat horizon only. One side is still helpful).

So, if you are in southern Australia, for example, your sunrise will probably be somewhere between 10 & 11. Your sunset may be between 1 & 2. It varies based on where you live.

If you wish to check the noon shadow, choose a pole or post which is straight & at least 6 ft tall. Measure the length & direction of the shadow at noon. If you are south of the tropic of Capricorn, your shadow should be cast toward the north. It will vary based on where you are located. If you have no shadow or a very tiny shadow because the sun is directly overhead, that is very important info. The sun moves in an arc so your noon shadow may be very different from your sunrise & sunsets but provides very important info. The arc may be  so extreme it could be opposite of your horizon settings. So it would be helpful to know if your noon shadows are pointing South or north. And how short the shadows are. This could tell us if we are closer to the sun. Or if the shape of our orbit or rotation has changed. So don’t let the differences confuse you. But those with no noon shadow also tells us exactly where the noon arc is directly overhead so our estimates can be more accurate since we don’t have fancy equipment.

But at least everyone is able to see the changes. The gov’t cant hide the sun but they create phony websites with false measurements & fancy animation to convince you the sun is normal. Especially to those not old enough to remember the original tilt sun positions. Or they try to discredit anyone who tells you otherwise. Remember Bob Lazar? He stuck his neck out to share the truth with the public & nobody supported him when they sicced their jackals on him. But in this case you can see the sun position for yourself and you know the sun should never be further north than the tropic of cancer (mid Mexico) June 21st or further south than the tropic of Capricorn on Dec 21st, the summer & winter solstices. Don’t ask for opinions from skeptics or anyone else, for that matter. Just look outside at the sun on Dec 21st (Southern hemisphere) and June 21st (Northern Hemisphere). Don’t take anyone’s word for this. You can verify it just by looking outside on those dates.

If you choose to orient your imaginary clock face with 12 facing north, as we do in June from the northern hemisphere,  it will change all your readings so be sure to let me know if your 12 faces south or north.

You have a few days grace so try to get those measurements if possible. I’m too far north to do the December measurements so I have to depend on you who live there. So if you live in the southern half of Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Chili, Peru, Uruguay, Argentina, Fauklands, Lesotho, Sandwich Islands, Swaziland, Tasmania, Antarctica or any number of southern islands, it is your turn to do the sun position measurements.

On your location info, just provide the closest town large enough to find on a map. Details are not necessary. If you need to check the “official position of the tropic of Capricorn” use Google Earth. It is a free program which allows you to see satellite images of the earth. If you go to “view” on the toolbar, click on “Grid” and it will show you all the tropics, meridians, equator, latitudes, & longitudes. You will be able to see how far south you are located from the original tropic of Capricorn. You can turn the grid on & off as needed.

I also recommend under “View” selecting “show Navigation” and “always” so you can maneuver the earths position & orientation. It is a very useful & fun program. It also has satellite images of the moon & Mars as well. All free. I’ve been using it for 13 years.

If you live north of the tropic of Capricorn, you wont be able to provide the details we need for the December solstice.

I need as much of the following info as possible and as soon as you can before Dec 31st. Sooner the better.

Your location: Country & closest big town.

Clock orientation: 12 is pointing South or north?

Sunrise position on clock: when sun contacts horizon

Sunset position on clock: when sun contacts horizon

(optional) Pole or post height: in feet & inches

(optional) Noon pole/post shadow length: in feet & inches

(optional) Direction of Noon pole/post shadow: north or south

time of sunset: optional but interesting to track annual changes

time of sunrise: optional but interesting to track annual changes

Any unusual weather from anywhere would also be interesting. Such as the record rare snow & hail in New Zealand and series of quakes around 2012? This really demonstrates the extent of changes caused by our altered tilt.


  1. I live in north central Alberta,the last 2 weeks has seen heavy wind ,cool weather and not even 1 whole clear day.Also noticed the sun up earlier & setting later then normal ,i have lived here for 40 years & this is scary as ever,even the geese are finding it hard.
    not sure of a tilt but the sun is way further north then i have seen.


    Comment by whatif hmmm — May 27, 2017 @ 3:58 pm | Reply

  2. It is March 21 2017. Last year the Sun rose and set north of Oklahoma City. I remember rising at 1:30-2:00 and setting at 10:00. THis year the sun is at 3:00 and 9:00. It has shifted a lot. Now the sun is rising and setting over me. I remember last year when in august the sun was directly overhead. Another shift again. Hope someone else is watching


    Comment by Greg Kovacs — March 23, 2017 @ 2:09 pm | Reply

    • In March the sun should be normal because it is at the midpoint between the two tropics.

      June 21 is when to check the sun position. The other months are too variable to manually track. June is when the sun is at its furthest north position.


      Comment by mmc7 — March 24, 2017 @ 3:19 am | Reply

  3. In Wellington New Zealand, I have noticed a distinct autumn sun position, since mid-January. Either our years have gotten shorter, or the shift has put us into earlier seasons than anyone has ever been used to. It’s fascinating.


    Comment by a radiø — February 19, 2017 @ 7:23 am | Reply

  4. I installed a solar panel array here in Tasmania Australia in January last year using the Australian Government Geoscience Departments sun and moon calculator.

    The array is aligned to true North and is adjustable through five different positions, up and down, and can be set so the panels better align to the sun through the seasons. The upper most sun altitude for this location was meant to be 70*. I set the panels at 73* to allow for error. And the lowest was meant to be 23*, again I set 25*.

    We are now half way through February 2017 and the sun is still above the 73* angle set for the month around December 21. Not only did I not have to change position of the panels for February, but I noticed the sun was still slightly to the East, by a few degrees, at 12:00pm.

    Hope this helps.


    Comment by George — February 13, 2017 @ 6:25 am | Reply

    • For those living in the northern hemisphere, George is describing the normal tropic of Capricorn which is the inverse of our tropic of Cancer. In the southern half, the sun should never be farther south than the tropic of Capricorn. This is telling us that even 2 months past the winter solstice (Dec 21st) which is summer in the south, the sun is still south of the tropic of Capricorn which should never be crossed if our axis was normal. However, as we move into the spring equinox in March, the sun will be over the equator where it should be until it once again moves north of our Tropic of Cancer which we can measure in June 21st. We should never see the sun north of the tropic of Cancer in June but we have seen the sun north of most US states since the 2004 Tsunami shift of the planet & smaller shifts since. However, in 2015, the tilt reverted to the 2006 position between Nebraska & the Dakotas. Still too far north but has been stable since. We will measure again this June to see if our position has changed again.


      Comment by mmc7 — February 14, 2017 @ 12:21 am | Reply

  5. The sun set at 210 south west last night
    But on a reading it was supposed to set
    237 southwest, I am in Nelson New Zealand.
    Our winds have also been very odd as I have never seen a wind blow clouds from west to east, normally we get the clouds going south to north or north too south.

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    Comment by Amber — December 27, 2016 @ 11:32 pm | Reply

    • I was also interested in the record snow & hail a few years ago where it never snows in NZ as well as a series of Quakes. I saw it on a film series who were recording behind the scenes at the time the snow & hail occurred. Another film captured the quakes. NZ seems to be having a series of unusual weather patterns since our first shift in 2004.

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      Comment by mmc7 — December 28, 2016 @ 9:53 am | Reply

  6. Just a question. Would a sundial being filmed 24/7 365 days a year reveal the next axis shift? Assuming there is one, and all signs do point to there being more?


    Comment by shiftty — December 26, 2016 @ 12:26 pm | Reply

    • It might show a sudden change in shadows on a clear day. But a planet doesn’t usually make sudden motions. Rather more like lumbering motion. We cannot feel planetary motion. But the main sign of a major axis shift would be a huge tsunami such as the one which killed over a quarter million people between Africa & Indonesia in Dec 2004 or Japan in March 2011, etc. Abnormal Planetary movement causes tsunamis. Quakes are usually secondary. But the seismic detectors record & send data faster than a tsunami travels even though the tsunami occurred first. So they think the quake came first. They don’t understand the inertia of abnormal planetary motion. Like carrying a bowl of water sloshing over the sides where tremors would not except for rare cases. Many tsunamis occur in the middle of the ocean on uninhabited or sparsely inhabited islands so they are easy to go unrecorded.

      Other things can cause tsunamis such as landslides in Alaska and glacier collapse in Iceland or volcano in Italy, but those are short distance tsunamis. Less than 500 miles. Those giant oceanic wave surges are from inertia of Planetary movement. But our scientists are becoming less intelligent with each generation. In 10 years, we’ll be lucky if they can spell & write in cursive.

      The only time a quake causes a tsunami is if there is a major shift of a tectonic plate or a rocking motion. I’ve been in hundreds of quakes. It was a weekly way of life in California which only the locals ever hear about. You can’t feel the ones under 4.0. However, those types of plate shifts are usually associated with planetary shifts. This is why subsequent quakes of similar strength do not result in tsunamis. Because the first one was a planetary shift. The other aftershocks were from settling, not motion.

      But they will report an 8 inch shift when it was an 800 mile shift. They do the same with death counts from natural disasters such as Katrina began with 10,000 dead & they decreased by 1000 less each day until they were down below 2000 or 10%. Same with the 50,000 at the WTC. They keep whittling it down to a palatable number. I was on a major metro emergency management agency for 2 years. Fema & their Red Cross cohorts control every agency & reporting & every disaster if possible. They aren’t there to rescue any victims. I was nearly beheaded for daring to ask about rescues & supplies in our bimonthly meetings for one of the largest top 10 metro areas. They never once mentioned victims or rescues during disasters. Only shutting down roads & phones. Control, corral & contain residents. Cut off communications. Only the 911 system manager & myself cared about victims & rescues. With the landlines, cell phones, etc shut down, allowing only 911 calls, those systems in the top 10 metros can only handle 30,000 calls out of tens of millions of inhabitants. All the police are assigned to block roads. So no rescues like Katrina. Not even hospitals.

      The weather Satellite has caught a couple axis shifts.

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      Comment by mmc7 — December 26, 2016 @ 2:37 pm | Reply

  7. I shot the sunrise and sunset yesterday using my properly adjusted professional compass and they were at 142 degrees and 232 degrees respectively or in layman’s terms SE and SW or at 4:30 and 7:30. I am near Sudbury, Ontario. Canada
    Is there any way to calculate the current tilt of the earth knowing the sunrise/sunset angles at winter/summer solstice?


    Comment by Dean — December 23, 2016 @ 7:47 am | Reply

    • Once I have my measurements in June I will endeavor to recalculate any changes.


      Comment by mmc7 — December 23, 2016 @ 2:36 pm | Reply

  8. I was on my way to Butler, PA, yesterday at sunrise. The sky was blood red, crimson. I have never seen a sky like this before.


    Comment by Elsie Anne Bean — December 22, 2016 @ 10:30 am | Reply

    • There are a few ancient sayings & sailors warnings about it. Usually about battles or storm warnings. Very little technical data.

      We have red sunsets & sometimes a huge red moon in the midwest but those are supposedly related to red clay dust in the air. Especially during spring & fall when farmers are tilling. PA has mostly rich black or brown soil & the most amazing autumn leaves.

      There may be an aspect to this which the “experts” don’t know. Perhaps the sky is ionized from solar flare ejections (CME). They do create northern lights or aurora’s at night, so I don’t see why it can’t affect the color of clouds & sky in the morning. There is a space weather site which keeps track of CME’s & flares but they don’t always tell the truth. I think NOAA controls it. This is my personal view, so I doubt we’ll find anything about it elsewhere other than the sayings & poems.

      But they aren’t taking the weather changes seriously either. Even a schoolchild can see the weather is changing & behaving differently than before 2004. When the tilt changes, it affects the ocean currents, jet stream behavior, temperatures, storms, etc. I think it is important to keep track of the noticeable changes. When they catch up in 10 or 15 years & claim to discover the root of the changes, we’ll be sure to remind them how out of touch they were. If you notice any ionizing colors at night, let us know. That would confirm the presence of ionized atmospheric particles from the sun.


      Comment by mmc7 — December 22, 2016 @ 1:55 pm | Reply

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