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ZetaTalk: Precursor Drift
written Jan 19, 2004

I read that retired military were being called up to go to the south pole. On our local news here in the midwest, they reported that 2 of our local College Science Professors were leaving at once for the South Pole. News said it was for a special assignment. What's going on?

If pole shifts happen suddenly, to what extent does the magnetized core and the crust, with its various allegiances and magnetized Atlantic Rift, attempt to adjust prior to this sudden shift? The Earth is held in its orbit by numerous forces, only one of which is the Sweeping Arms of the Sun which whisk the planets in a counterclockwise orbit around the Sun’s middle. A second influence is the Ecliptic plane backwash of particles, returning to the Sun at its middle such that the planets are drawn in by gravity but held out by the Repulsion Force, thus caught bobbling about in the Ecliptic backwash while swept along by the sweeping arms. In comes Planet X, in an essentially straight line Passage through the solar system altered only by its reaction to the sweeping arms, a jump each time nudging it into its retrograde orbit, and its avoidance of the Ecliptic backwash by diving below the Ecliptic to 32 Degrees below the Earth’s Ecliptic plane.

Thus, the gravity of the Sun pulls Planet X forward, up toward the Earth’s Ecliptic plane which it cannot avoid as the Sun lies at the center of this Ecliptic plane, while held away from the Sun by the Repulsion Force so it moves slowly toward the Sun, and in a slight retrograde orbit as a result of the influence of the sweeping arms. How does the Earth react to this, as the two planets are forced toward each other? As we have mentioned, as the Earth has moved to the place in its orbit where it is Encountering Planet X, arriving from the direction of Orion/Taurus and just under the Ecliptic somewhere within the Earth’s orbit. It has been noted that the Earth has Risen slightly in its Ecliptic plane, the Sun appearing too far south in both hemispheres, created a tilted plane that allowed the Earth at this time to move its S Pole above the N Pole of Planet X. But neither planet can escape the influences which keep them in their orbits, which are but a small fraction of the overall influences keeping them on their paths.

Both are magnets, both tending to align with the Sun’s magnetic alignment, which is static despite what NASA has theorized on magnetic reversals of the Sun every 11 years, disproved by their own Ulysses probe. As Planet X moves to a position directly between the Earth and Sun, its influence is closer than the influence of the Sun. As we have stated, magnets prefer to align end to end, alternatively preferring to align side by side, but if forced into other positions temporarily, will tilt toward each other such that the flow of particles is Facilitated. In the case of Planet X, approaching at a 32 degree angle, it’s N Pole has been pulled toward the Sun’s S Pole, but as it passes the Sun, the N Pole will tilt slightly toward the Sun’s S Pole. Later, as it achieves the passage and pierces the Ecliptic and zooms quickly out of the solar system, it will return to align with the Sun. In the case of Earth, hapless as the lesser body in these matters, it finds the increasingly closer proximity of Planet X the greater magnetic influence and likewise tilts, magnetically, its S Pole already gripped by the N Pole of Planet X.

It has been noted that the compass is increasingly Erratic, swinging wildly both to the East and West. In that the magnetic poles swivel around the geographic poles, there has always been a slight tug in these directions as the magnetic alignment wishes to stay with the Sun’s alignment, but the core does not adjust that rapidly in the span of a day. With the N Pole of Planet X tugged toward the S Pole of the Sun, and the S Pole of the Earth pulled toward the N Pole of Planet X, the S Pole of the Earth has moved, and with it the N Pole which will be in opposition. In that the highly magnetized Atlantic Rift, in the southern part lying directly between S American and Africa, also wants to move toward the N Pole of Planet X, it likewise has moved to bring the crust along with the S Pole. This has moved the geographic N Pole toward Iceland, the Earth rotating around a slightly tilted Equator. Where, in this changing environment, can the red faced NASA cronies of the world go to stay ahead of this changing environment? Antarctica, where the Sun, at least, can always be in view regardless of cloudy skies. Their mission? To gauge the trends, keep accurate measure, and attempt to project what will be coming next!