Earth's Axis has changed

January 7, 2019

1-2019 Need Sun Position in Southern Hemisphere. Important

Filed under: axis change — mmc7 @ 2:29 am

Anyone in Australia or South Africa, I need to know the current position of the Sunrise and Sunset when they are in contact with the horizon.  This measurement is very important so I can compare our July to your January. Also I would like to hear about the weather in your area.  See the very bottom photo for current measurements and previous measurements for over a decade.

Do NOT adjust for any declination. That is ONLY for Magnetic North or South. TRUE North is the north pole and TRUE South is the south pole. It is dead center between the Sunrise and Sunset. It is the center spot where our axis rotates. When measuring the sun position, magnetic north means nothing because the location is completely different. Magnetic north is not a fixed position. It frequently changes. It is a completely different measurement for different uses and does not provide the physical locations where the sun is viewed. True north or true south are Fixed positions and the center point of sunrise and sunset. It never changes. So please do not make magnetic adjustments to the physical position of the sun. Those are used when you are lost in the woods or checking magnetic fields. It would invalidate the measurements for our purposes.

For this reason, I prefer the Clock face method because the numbers are fixed positions. Something anyone can do without any equipment. If you were standing in the center of a giant clock face which is about 100 yards in each direction in size for example, and 12 is pointed South where you are facing, while East and West are 3 and 9…

on which numbers did the sun rise and set.  Such as .5 or 1 or 2 or 11 or 11.5 etc.

 

Here is an example: (these are some of the annual measurements. 2006 and 2015 were the same because of a major wobble reversion)

This image below was in 2018. Notice that June 2018 was the same as 2014 but less than a month later in July 2018 you can see the sunrise and sunset had moved even farther north. This is unheard of. By mid July which I did not show, the sunrise and sunset were less than 5 degrees from True north. The sun should never be farther north in July than in June. June 21st is the summer solstice. The longest day and should have headed south following that day. 2015 is the same as 2006 due to the huge reversion wobble. Look how far it moved south from 2014 and how far it moved north in 2018. Then even further north in July 2018. All of these measurements were done on June 21st of each year except the extra measurement on July 12th, 2018. I only show years with noticeable changes. So 2012 would be the same as 2011. 2007 thru 2010 were the same as 2006. But the year of 2011 when the Tsunami hit Japan, there was a significant movement. 2015 and 2016 and 2017 were the same as 2014 as was June 2018. But just one month later you can see the massive change in July 2018. The past 18 months suffered nearly a tsunami every month. These are indicators of planetary shifting. 

 

 

 

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  1. January 12th Sunset in Perth at the 2o’clock position setting around 7pm, so it’s moving north but is it supposed to move so fast/far in just 5 days?

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    Comment by Bj Bearr — January 12, 2019 @ 6:29 pm | Reply

    • Yes. Because of the extreme tilt, the distance has increased over 5000 miles each way just to reach the tropic lines plus the distance from the tropics to the equator in addition to the 1500 miles each way. So that is a total of nearly 6500 miles from Dec 21st to Mar 23rd and another 6500 miles from Mar 23rd to June 21st, etc.

      When the tilt was normal, the sun only traveled just over 1500 miles between Dec 21st and Mar 23 and 1500 miles from Mar 23rd to June 21st. So you can see it has to travel 5000 miles further each way than it did in the 20th century before the shifting began. That requires the rapid daily changes in position to travel so much faster and farther with the increased tilt or even if we may be sideways. The north pole still points at a fixed position as we orbit the sun, thus continuing with our seasonal changes, even from a horizontal position… although we are only left with about a week of spring or fall weather due to the rapid movement of the sun as it travels each way. This is also causing extreme weather conditions and changes in the Jet stream and Coriolis effect, etc. Plus extreme heatwaves in summer and bitter cold winter storms. As the ice is melting at a super fast rate, it causes more moisture to evaporate increasing humidity and precipitation of rain and snow.

      It’s not actually traveling faster, it is the angle of the tilt controlling the way the sun interacts with our planet.

      I noticed that the oil companies are jacking up the height of their oil platforms in the sea due to the rising sea levels. So our gov’t knows. But they can’t stop lying.

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      Comment by mmc7 — January 12, 2019 @ 8:51 pm | Reply

  2. just slightly related ;from articles {Earth’s magnetic pole is on the move, fast. And we don’t know why }

    […In the mid-1990s it picked up speed, from around 15 kilometres per year to around 55 kilometres per year. By 2001, it had entered the Arctic Ocean — ]

    https://www.news.com.au/technology/science/earths-magnetic-pole-is-on-the-move-fast-and-we-dont-know-why/news-story/341c92307a6b19d25b38836c6097be9d

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    Comment by nara — January 12, 2019 @ 6:57 am | Reply

    • Here is the answer I gave to BJ an Mai:

      If we are sideways where the poles are horizontal, then it would be reasonable to conceive the inner molten core of the planet would rotate to align with the magnetic constant so the northern magnetic pole and southern magnetic pole would match with the sun’s magnetic poles. As with bar magnets, “like” magnets repel where opposite magnets attract. All the planets except Uranus align with the sun in this manner. It is why all of the planets align at the equator at the ecliptic plane and they are so uniform in alignment. If a planet were to shift above or below the equator, the magnetic fields would be imbalanced. So the molten core has to rotate to match up with the sun from our present orientation, It could cause our rotation speed to increase like a spinning magnetic ball in water by placing the like side of a bar magnet to repel it which makes it spin faster. Everything on a planetary scale always occurs much slower than we do. But that could also cause extreme changes in our length of days & nights and an increase in our gravity. Hopefully not.

      The magnetic north is currently 20 degrees off. It is not unusual for the magnetic poles to walk around by 5 to ten miles further per year. This has been occurring as long as I have been around and was reported deep in Canada & Russia as well. It was also off center & the planet was wobbling back in the late 1800’s, just before the 20th century began. We also had a huge wobble between 2014 and 2018 like a spinning top when it is ready to fall over. You can see it on the bottom 2nd photo on this post.

      So if we are sideways (which I have not yet confirmed) then I would expect the molten core to move to the equator so the north and south magnetic poles would match with our sun. Even if we are just shifting from our previous axis angles, the center core would eventually change its orientation to match our tilt angle and remain aligned with the suns magnetic orientation. Opposite magnets attract.

      I can’t think of anything other than a compass which would be affected. Our mapping and computer sync systems all use GPS because magnetic poles are constantly moving. I have seen the northern magnetic pole located deep into Canada back in the 1980’s. I think the fear mongers are trying to make people afraid so they will subscribe to their youtube channel and earn a lot of money for the number of hits on their videos and subscribers. It is all about money and they are using fear to scare people. Having the field shift will change the orientation of the magnetic field which protects the planet from the sun flares and CME’s. But as long as the field is intact then we should be ok depending on where any holes in the field may occur which would let in the solar particles. We are on a spherical planet no matter so the magnetic field would protect us regardless which way it is situated.

      But I wouldn’t recommend getting your info from Youtube. Any nut can post videos on there and most of them are only after money, power and attention. I recommend Wikipedia even though they revise history or the NASA or USGS websites for details. Or the Huffington Post as better sources of information. But you would need to cull out the lies. Even the “Earth Sounds” website may have articles about magnetic fields from global news sources.

      But my compass shows the magnetic pole at 20 degrees from true north… the physical north pole where our axis rotates. It has been at that position since I first checked it in September. Before GPS, planes used to use the magnetic field for navigation and this would screw up their instruments. But modern planes use GPS and signals from airport locators to navigate so the magnetic field would not affect them. As I said, it was far off from the physical north pole back in the 80’s which I remember and was also reported back in the late 1800’s by HAB… the real one… Hugh Aukincloss Brown not the book which fictionalized HAB’s theories.

      So beware, the gov’t may be using a hoax scare to divert the public from things like our axis shift and the Russian hackers and a psycho president. This is a normal condition of the magnetic poles to move and the molten iron core is likely to be reorienting with our axis shifting. Just as pudding in the center of a rubber ball would shift as you turn the ball. Does anyone really care if it is near Siberia? It wouldn’t be the first time, Do they think the Russians are going to steal it? Talk about Paranoia in our gov’t. They are so afraid they will be going to jail for treason and election fraud, they will do anything to make the public fear the Russians as the bad guys. Our fearless leader fears he is going to be brought down for this crime so he is going out of his way to have all the gov’t agencies involved in Russia bashing like they did during the cold war propaganda. They will soon be rolling out another McCarthy to terrorize the public. More diversion thru scare mongering.

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      Comment by mmc7 — January 12, 2019 @ 8:30 pm | Reply

  3. Sorry I don’t know how that Anonymous vid got attached.

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    Comment by Bj Bearr — January 11, 2019 @ 9:51 pm | Reply

    • Probably a virus. I fixed it.

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      Comment by mmc7 — January 12, 2019 @ 8:29 pm | Reply

  4. Saturday, Jan 12th 2019 5-Day Forecast
    Scientists warn Earth’s magnetic North Pole has begun moving ‘erratically’ at speeds so fast they are having to issue an emergency update to maps used by electronic navigation systems

    Magnetic North Pole is ‘skittering’ away from Canada, towards Siberia
    Researchers say it is moving at an ‘unusually high speed of about 50 km per year’
    Say Canada is essentially losing a magnetic tug-of-war with Siberia
    Researchers around the world are scrambling to update global models relied on by GPS navigation systems

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    Comment by Bj Bearr — January 11, 2019 @ 6:45 pm | Reply

    • If we are sideways where the poles are horizontal, then it would be reasonable to conceive the inner molted core of the planet would rotate to align with the magnetic constant so the northern magnetic pole and southern magnetic pole would match with the sun’s magnetic poles. As with bar magnets, “like” magnets repel where opposite magnets attract. It is currently 20 degrees off. It is not unusual for the magnetic poles to walk around bu 5 to ten miles per year. This has been occurring as long as I have been around and was reported back in the late 1800’s, just before the 20th century began.

      So if we are sideways (which I have not yet confirmed) then I would expect it would move to the equator so the north and south magnetic poles would match with our sun. Even if we are just shifted from our previous axis angles the center core would eventually change its orientation to match our angle and remain aligned with the suns magnetic orientation.

      I can’t think of anything other than a compass which would be affected. Our mapping and computer sync systems all use GPS because magnetic poles are constantly moving. I have seen the northern magnetic pole deep into Canada back in the 1980’s. I think the fear mongers are trying to make people afraid so they will subscribe to their youtube channel and earn a lot of money for the number of hits on their videos and subscribers. It is all about money and they are using fear to scare people. Having the field shift will change the orientation of the magnetic field which protects the planet from the sun flares and CME’s. But as long as the field is intact then we should be ok depending on where any holes in the field may occur which would let in the solar particles.

      But I wouldn’t recommend getting your info from Youtube. Any nut can post videos on there and most of them are only after money, power and attention. I recommend Wikipedia even though they revise history or the NASA or USGS websites for details. Or the Huffington Post as better sources of information. Even the Earth Sounds website may have articles about it from global news sources.

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      Comment by mmc7 — January 12, 2019 @ 1:03 pm | Reply

  5. In the NEWS!!:
    Update, 9 January: The release of the World Magnetic Model has been postponed to 30 January due to the ongoing US government shutdown. Something strange is going on at the top of the world. Earth’s north magnetic pole has been skittering away from Canada and towards Siberia, driven by liquid iron sloshing within the planet’s core. The magnetic pole is moving so quickly that it has forced the world’s geomagnetism experts into a rare move.:
    On 15 January, they are set to update the World Magnetic Model, which describes the planet’s magnetic field and underlies all modern navigation, from the systems that steer ships at sea to Google Maps on smartphones.

    The most recent version of the model came out in 2015 and was supposed to last until 2020 — but the magnetic field is changing so rapidly that researchers have to fix the model now. “The error is increasing all the time,” says Arnaud Chulliat, a geomagnetist at the University of Colorado Boulder and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA’s) National Centers for Environmental Information.

    The problem lies partly with the moving pole and partly with other shifts deep within the planet. Liquid churning in Earth’s core generates most of the magnetic field, which varies over time as the deep flows change. In 2016, for instance, part of the magnetic field temporarily accelerated deep under northern South America and the eastern Pacific Ocean. Satellites such as the European Space Agency’s Swarm mission tracked the shift.

    By early 2018, the World Magnetic Model was in trouble. Researchers from NOAA and the British Geological Survey in Edinburgh had been doing their annual check of how well the model was capturing all the variations in Earth’s magnetic field. They realized that it was so inaccurate that it was about to exceed the acceptable limit for navigational errors.

    Wandering pole
    “That was an interesting situation we found ourselves in,” says Chulliat. “What’s happening?” The answer is twofold, he reported last month at a meeting of the American Geophysical Union in Washington DC.

    First, that 2016 geomagnetic pulse beneath South America came at the worst possible time, just after the 2015 update to the World Magnetic Model. This meant that the magnetic field had lurched just after the latest update, in ways that planners had not anticipated.

    See Image:
    Source: World Data Center for Geomagnetism/Kyoto Univ.

    Second, the motion of the north magnetic pole made the problem worse. The pole wanders in unpredictable ways that have fascinated explorers and scientists since James Clark Ross first measured it in 1831 in the Canadian Arctic. In the mid-1990s it picked up speed, from around 15 kilometres per year to around 55 kilometres per year. By 2001, it had entered the Arctic Ocean — where, in 2007, a team including Chulliat landed an aeroplane on the sea ice in an attempt to locate the pole.

    In 2018, the pole crossed the International Date Line into the Eastern Hemisphere. It is currently making a beeline for Siberia.

    The geometry of Earth’s magnetic field magnifies the model’s errors in places where the field is changing quickly, such as the North Pole. “The fact that the pole is going fast makes this region more prone to large errors,” says Chulliat.

    To fix the World Magnetic Model, he and his colleagues fed it three years of recent data, which included the 2016 geomagnetic pulse. The new version should remain accurate, he says, until the next regularly scheduled update in 2020.

    Core questions
    In the meantime, scientists are working to understand why the magnetic field is changing so dramatically. Geomagnetic pulses, like the one that happened in 2016, might be traced back to ‘hydromagnetic’ waves arising from deep in the core1. And the fast motion of the north magnetic pole could be linked to a high-speed jet of liquid iron beneath Canada2.

    The jet seems to be smearing out and weakening the magnetic field beneath Canada, Phil Livermore, a geomagnetist at the University of Leeds, UK, said at the American Geophysical Union meeting. And that means that Canada is essentially losing a magnetic tug-of-war with Siberia.

    “The location of the north magnetic pole appears to be governed by two large-scale patches of magnetic field, one beneath Canada and one beneath Siberia,” Livermore says. “The Siberian patch is winning the competition.”
    Which means that the world’s geomagnetists will have a lot to keep them busy for the foreseeable future.

    Nature 565, 143-144 (2019)

    doi: 10.1038/d41586-019-00007-1

    https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-00007-1

    Magnetic Pole Reversal Acceleration, Top News | S0 News Jan.11.2019

    Energy from Space video:

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    Comment by Mai Zimbleman — January 11, 2019 @ 1:37 pm | Reply

    • I’m going to give the same reply I gave to BJ.

      If we are sideways where the poles are horizontal, then it would be reasonable to conceive the inner molted core of the planet would rotate to align with the magnetic constant so the northern magnetic pole and southern magnetic pole would match with the sun’s magnetic poles. As with bar magnets, “like” magnets repel where opposite magnets attract. All the planets except Uranus align with the sun in this manner. It is why all of the planets align at the equator at the ecliptic plane and they are so uniform in alignment. If a planet were to shift above or below the equator, the magnetic fields would be imbalanced. So the molten core has to rotate to match up with the sun from our present orientation, It could cause our rotation speed to increase like a spinning magnetic ball in water by placing the like side of a bar magnet to repel it which makes it spin faster. Everything on a planetary scale always occurs much slower than we do. But that could also cause extreme changes in our length of days & nights and an increase in our gravity. Hopefully not.

      The magnetic north is currently 20 degrees off. It is not unusual for the magnetic poles to walk around by 5 to ten miles further per year. This has been occurring as long as I have been around and was reported deep in Canada & Russia as well. It was also off center & the planet was wobbling back in the late 1800’s, just before the 20th century began. We also had a huge wobble between 2014 and 2018 like a spinning top when it is ready to fall over. You can see it on the bottom 2nd photo on this post.

      So if we are sideways (which I have not yet confirmed) then I would expect it would move to the equator so the north and south magnetic poles would match with our sun. Even if we are just shifting from our previous axis angles, the center core would eventually change its orientation to match our tilt angle and remain aligned with the suns magnetic orientation.

      I can’t think of anything other than a compass which would be affected. Our mapping and computer sync systems all use GPS because magnetic poles are constantly moving. I have seen the northern magnetic pole located deep into Canada back in the 1980’s. I think the fear mongers are trying to make people afraid so they will subscribe to their youtube channel and earn a lot of money for the number of hits on their videos and subscribers. It is all about money and they are using fear to scare people. Having the field shift will change the orientation of the magnetic field which protects the planet from the sun flares and CME’s. But as long as the field is intact then we should be ok depending on where any holes in the field may occur which would let in the solar particles. We are on a spherical planet no matter which way it is situated.

      But I wouldn’t recommend getting your info from Youtube. Any nut can post videos on there and most of them are only after money, power and attention. I recommend Wikipedia even though they revise history or the NASA or USGS websites for details. Or the Huffington Post as better sources of information. Even the “Earth Sounds” website may have articles about it from global news sources.

      But my compass shows the magnetic pole at 20 degrees from true north the physical north pole where our axis rotates. It has been at that position since I first checked it in September. Before GPS, planes used to use the magnetic field for navigation and this would screw up their instruments. But modern planes use GPS and signals from airport locators to navigate so the magnetic field would not affect them. As I said, it was far off from the physical north pole back in the 80’s which I remember and was also reported back in the late 1800’s by HAB… the real one… Hugh Aukincloss Brown not the book which fictionalized HAB’s theories.

      So beware, the gov’t may be using a hoax scare to divert the public from things like our axis shift and the Russian hackers and a psycho president. This is a normal condition of the magnetic poles to move and the molten iron core is likely to be reorienting with our axis shifting. Just as pudding in the center of a rubber ball would shift as you turn the ball. Does anyone really care if it is near Siberia? It wouldn’t be the first time, Do they think the Russians are going to steal it? Talk about Paranoia in our gov’t. They are so afraid they will be going to jail for treason and election fraud, they will do anything to make the public fear the Russians as the bad guys. Our fearless leader fears he is going to be brought down for this crime so he is going out of his way to have all the gov’t agencies involved in Russia bashing like they did during the cold war propaganda. They will soon be rolling out another McCarthy to terrorize the public. More diversion thru scare mongering.

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      Comment by mmc7 — January 12, 2019 @ 8:28 pm | Reply

  6. Our sunrise was at 138 degrees yesterday from 145 on the 21st of Dec. so it appears as though the sun is moving north as it should be. Cannot see the sunsets here in “Always Cloudy Northern Ontario”

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    Comment by Dean — January 9, 2019 @ 9:35 am | Reply

  7. This morning 9th Jan 2019 I made a point of checking sunrise here in Perth (even though the scarp delays seeing sun) at 6am the sun was in the 11 o’clock position, by 7am it is in the 10 o’clock position (me facing south) the sun appears to be moving very rapidly northwards as the day gets on. I also wanted to post a picture (cant seem to figure out how) My friend took pics last night from her south facing lounge room window, and the sunset was on the right hand side of that window “what the”, AND Weird colours. if you email me directly I’ll send pics to you if you like?

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    Comment by Bj Bearr — January 8, 2019 @ 5:03 pm | Reply

    • Your info is very valuable. On your temperatures I was unclear. Are you alternating from extremely hot days to extremely cold nights? If so it is likely the change in the angle of the sun which is over the ocean and antarctic instead of its normal angle over your landmass is part of the problem and perhaps the increase of melted ice in the ocean is also another factor. If it repeats our situation last summer then you may experience heat waves at the end of January and into February.
      I’m not sure how we can perceive the sun’s direction from photos. If you look at my photos on the post, these are from Google earth and I use landmarks near me to pinpoint the angle of the sun, then I draw lines to show the changes. On photos from ground level, we would only see the sun and would not know which direction it is located but I will be happy to look at them. I will send an address. Be aware that once the sun rises above the horizon at sunrise or just before sunset, the sun will slide sideways until it touches the horizon. So if the sun begins to set at 2, it may slide sideways above the horizon until it reaches #1 and touches the horizon. Or it may be the reverse in your hemisphere. It also travels in an arc away from the latitude of the sunrise and sunset. All reasons why I specify taking the measurement when the sun is in contact with the horizon. That gives us a stable measurement. This sliding especially noticeable at sunset is usually a surprise for most people until they try to video the sun.

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      Comment by mmc7 — January 11, 2019 @ 5:53 am | Reply

  8. Your right about the temperature, Australia is NORMALLY affected by the great desert landmass heating up and drawing the weather in, I’ve been watching weather patterns for years, I use a site called ventusky.com it appears NOW as if the tropics have moved SOUTH and they are driving the weather NOW. Pushing the cooling southerly’s further south! also I’ve been keeping an eye on CLOUD COVER, I cant remember the last truly
    cloudless day in years! on ventusky if you select cloud cover view in the last 2 years there hasn’t been a cloudless EARTH!

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    Comment by Bj Bearr — January 8, 2019 @ 4:35 pm | Reply

  9. Sun is about the same NOW as on Dec 21 !!! As near as I can figure it is almost as if the planet is 3 months out of SINC! IE: Summer is YET TO COME!
    With Canaries I’ve been breeding for 30 years, I know I’m doing the right thing! it is ONLY the weather that has changed!
    Temperature is CRAZY! 40c in the daytime,Once the sun goes down there is no heat I have NEVER had a blanket on in summer, this year IT IS BLOOMIN COLD COLD at NIGHT ! ESPECIALLY IN THE PRE DAWN!! I think I lucked out and the earth tilt MEANS I’m in the best place on the PLANET! BECAUSE if it rolled to the NORTH as it appears! that means Perth is furthest away, I can always rug up , BUT you can only get so COOL especially if power goes out! Plus I’m Mega insulated.
    SEAFOOD, I WONT EAT ANYTHING FROM THE PACIFIC OCEAN !!! IT IS POISON!!!
    the Animals are our best indicator and the SKY! look up and observe all will become visible!

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    Comment by Bj Bearr — January 8, 2019 @ 7:18 am | Reply

    • I believe the weather & solar changes are affecting the birds. My suggestion was to counteract the changes. Perhaps more artificial light and warmth might work.
      I have had my sweet gum trees with autumn colors in June. They shouldn’t change until October. I have been tracking the changes since 2005. Up until 18 months ago, it was a steady progressive shifting as the sun was seen further and further north. The only aberration was the extreme reversion or wobble between 2014 and 2018… actually Aug 2017… which is when the monthly tsunami’s began but I didn’t measure until June 2018. For the last 18 months the weather and planet has gone mad. I believe the wobble was like the last gasps of a spinning top as it slows down and begins to fall over. Since every tsunami reflects an axis shift we appear to have reached the peak of saturation. Now we are at the point where I can’t predict the changes and effects. I had expected heatwaves similar to the ones we experienced. However, ours did not begin until the very end of July so perhaps yours will occur at the very end of January. It appears that everything is a month off. Out of Sync as you described. Are your oceans colder than normal? Perhaps the melting ice is affecting your temperatures or it could be the fact that we are a month out of sync.
      For the sun to be almost directly above the poles on both hemispheres, we would have to be sideways like Uranus. It is physically impossible for the sun to be in that position if we were still upright… but as I said, I still have to verify the orientation of the constellations has rotated before I can say that for certain. Since everything has changed, it makes it imperative for me to know the conditions you are experiencing so I can compare it to ours. In my case, Texas was cooler than the arctic circle last July and August. They were 106F while Texas was in the low 90’s. Also LA, Japan, Canada, Scandinavia and I think UK as well were all experiencing triple digit heat. If I were to speculate I would envision our planet on its side with the poles horizontal, still rotating which makes everything appear visually normal from our perspective and continuing to orbit while still pointed in a fixed position as we were before this all began, which causes our seasons. The daily changes of the sun’s position above the poles might be like trying to focus a cheap telescope on a star but the target keeps moving. Perhaps a bit of a new wobble which would be understandable since the molten core would be unsettled from the extensive shifting and would behave like a tire out of balance.
      But since the path of the sun has an extra 4000 miles to travel each way to and from the tropic lines plus the distance from the tropics to the equator (equinox) in the spring and fall, the lengthy change from Summer to winter eliminates most of the fall and spring seasons to less than a week instead of the 3 months due to the increased distance of the bookended extra 4000 miles.
      We are in uncharted territory. The more info I have for comparison, the faster I can determine our true situation. If we are sideways it isn’t a bad thing because it was quite gentle and the conditions are survivable without loss of infrastructure. Only horrific weather storms & conditions and global upheavals. But those will continue to get worse with each year as the glaciers all melt & the sea levels rise by 30 stories; 297 ft. The planet is tearing itself apart from pulling the moon to follow our shifts while raining space junk upon our heads. As I remember, Skylab crashed into Australia. So you may be in the path of that space junk. The residents of Indonesia have it worse. They are on an unstable tectonic plate… like trying to balance standing on a bar of Ivory soap in the bathtub. I believe they need to evacuate Indonesia before they are consumed by the continuous upheavals. It does act as a warning of what to expect. For each tsunami, an axis shift has occurred.
      Feel free to share any more changes. Your info will be the best comparison with our own situation and enable me to determine our true situation instead of speculating. I try to keep everything based on fact but everything is outside of my expectations at the moment.
      If the photo comes out below, showing a horizontal south pole facing the sun, you can see that you are not receiving any of the sun heating up the land because it is being absorbed by the ocean and reflected by the antarctic ice and snow. Also the ozone hole is likely over the ocean as well. It was over the US and Canada during the day last summer which baked everyone like a microwave oven. There is a hole over both poles and our shifting has offset the holes.
      As I think about this, before the shift you had sun shining directly over the land heating it this time of year. Now, just this past year during the summer, the sun is at too far of an angle to the south to produce enough heat on your landmass during the day to keep your area warm at night. It should warm up as it moves north again.

      Horizontal south pole

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      Comment by mmc7 — January 8, 2019 @ 1:25 pm | Reply

  10. Cant say for sure about sun rise I have a hill to the East and don’t see sun till 8am here in Perth WA. Australia. but for sure sun is setting at the 1 o’clock position this summer when in the past has been 3 o’clock position.When I FACE SOUTH. I have lived in same place for 25years NOBODY can believe how far southerly the sun is rising and setting. as for weather we don’t get autumn & spring anymore just winter and summer! I breed canaries for a hobby, this year only 2 young hatched from 4 breeding pairs, also my fig tree hasn’t had fruit yet and we are normally eating them at xmas.Just as a side note I have a Crookes Radiometer set up in the lounge room, used to get hit every morning and afternoon and for this year the sun hasn’t hit once! I set it up so sun would hit it in the morning and afternoon through the windows from east and west, hasn’t moved in 10 months!

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    Comment by Bj Bearr — January 7, 2019 @ 8:10 pm | Reply

    • Thank you. Absolutely perfect. That is exactly what I needed. And the other info is excellent. Please feel free to add any further info.

      Do you know if the sun is any further south now than it was on Dec 21st? It may sound like an odd question but this is what happened to us last summer in the northern hemisphere. Ours was .5 from true north. The sun in July was actually farther north than it was in June by a sizable amount. That’s not supposed to happen unless our orbit has shifted as well as the axis. I think we have shifted onto our side and it is wobbling a bit because it seems to change from day to day but I can’t be sure until I look at the stars in June and compare with my old star charts to see if the constellation positions have rotated. It is just a thought but when the sun is directly over the poles we would have to be sideways for that to occur. I don’t trust the internet sites. Only my star charts from the 1980’s which is something they can’t change. But the book only has summer configurations. I had a plastic adjustable star chart but I can’t find it.

      If the sun is setting at 1 facing south then the sunrise should be about 11 but it will start moving at an arc during the day which is why I always ask everyone to measure when the sun is in contact with the horizon. But in your case, the one measurement tells us what the other is even if you can’t see it.

      On the birds you might try some calcium grit during egg laying season to encourage eggs. There are also special nutrient mixes you can use during mating season. Animals seem to react to these changes more than we do. They have a natural instinct better than we do.

      Please keep us informed about any weather events, heatwaves, unusual animal behavior or seismic events, etc. in your area. Since you are a mirror image for us it helps me to compare with our events in our summer. The arctic circle had 106F temperature last July and August. That is beyond belief. It will cause massive melting of the glaciers.

      How are your temperatures so far? The heat waves may not hit until the end of January if it does like it did during our summer. Also, are you getting any radiation in your seafood from Japan? Every fish they have tested up here contains radioactive materials. I gave up seafood.

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