Earth's Axis has changed

August 4, 2019

8-2019 Axis shift Video

Filed under: axis change — mmc7 @ 1:10 am

Here are 2 weather satellite images of actual axis shifts captured.

Look at the upper right corner & see how the horizon jumps out of frame as the planet shifts on Dec 2005 & 2006. After the shift, the weather satellite realigns with its reference points

This link is the full page

This next link is the first axis shift captured on

  • Dec 6, 2005   19:15 zulu

The next axis shift occurred on Dec 4, 2006 at 12:30 zulu

If you remember, the tsunami which killed over a quarter million victims occurred on Dec 26, 2004. Notice the pattern? They all occurred in December in 3 consecutive years. 2004, 2005, 2006.

This is because December is summer at the south pole. That is when the most melting of ice occurs. Since it also acts as a gyroscopic anchor for our planetary axis angle of tilt, that is when most of the shifting occurs due to the shifting weight of the glacier ice on Antarctica. Only the weight of land-based ice affects the axis tilt & sea levels. Floating ice such as the north pole does not affect sea levels or axis tilt.

Tsunamis usually occur due to the abnormal motion of the planet such as axis shifts. There are few exceptions.

I have other images & data as well.





1 Comment »

  1. The Sun out of place!


    Comment by Mark — August 14, 2019 @ 11:19 am | Reply

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