Please note that photos included in this June, 2013 Daily Mail article show the face of the Full Moon rotating greater than 7.7 Degrees. A part of the face points to 7 o'clock over NYC and then to 4 o'clock over NJ, virtually at the same location. This is a 90% turn presumably during the same time period!

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2346857/Supermoon-June-2013...

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Comment by Eleanor Hjemmet on December 30, 2011 at 4:24am

Tonight at 7 pm on my way to banjo class the moon was a sliver illuminated from the side.  I left class around 9:30 and it is a "boat moon" again, illuminated from the bottom.  Wobble, eh?

Comment by Eleanor Hjemmet on December 29, 2011 at 3:19am

Tonight we have the "Boat Moon" again, Weds. Dec. 28th.  Very much like the picture TW posts above.  Moon is illuminated from below.

Comment by Eleanor Hjemmet on November 19, 2011 at 7:06pm

 

Last night I saw a “Boat Moon” (moon illuminated from the bottom) in western NC and east TN. I took pics with my cell phone camera at 12:51 and 1:24. Unfortunately, I've yet to figure out how to send to my computer by email so I can post it because I have no cell reception here at home! I have seen a smiley face moon on at least four occasions that I recall and noted. Dec. 2010 and also a March and May sighting (I believe I posted those dates). Wikipedia says a “Boat Moon” is only seen around the equator region. Cornell's “Ask an Astronomer” webpage says the winter path of the moon will create a “boat moon” illumination because of the tilt of the earth's axis in the moon's “winter path” http://curious.astro.cornell.edu/question.php?number=393. Obviously neither of these explanations tells us the real reason we could see a boat moon or smiley face in MAY... unless there is a tilt going on. Also, we are not officially in “winter” for this sighting last night. Plus the abs-cbnNEWS.com post below say's we'd only see that illumination shortly after sunset. Well, 11/18 was dark by 6pm or so, and I photographed the boat moon at 12:51 and 1:24 am. Could ONLY be a wobble, methinks!

 

From Frederick Laguitan's post below: Moon-Venus alignment forms 'smiley face'
abs-cbnNEWS.com
Posted at 05/17/2010 11:05 AM | Updated as of 05/17/2010 11:37 AM

 

Moon-Venus alignment forms 'smiley face'
abs-cbnNEWS.com
Posted at 05/17/2010 11:05 AM | Updated as of 05/17/2010 11:37 AM

MANILA, Philippines - Stargazers were treated to a rare celestial show on Sunday evening as the planet Venus aligned with a crescent moon, forming what online users described as a "smiley face."

The rare phenomenon, called an occultation, happened because the crescent Moon was poised directly between Venus and the Earth, according to a Press Trust of India news agency report.

The last time this took place in Asia was in June 2007, and the next one will reportedly be on June 30, 2011.

The sky show was observed in parts of Southeast Asia a few hours after local sunset.

Larry Sessions of EarthSky.org, a forum and blogging community for scientists and science enthusiasts, said it is "not unusual for the moon to appear to pass close to Venus" since this happens about once a month.

However, the occurrence seen on May 16 (Sunday) is said to be rare because these events "are only visible in the evening sky half the time and then only for a short period after sunset."

"The apparent closeness varies from month to month as well," Sessions stated. He said North Americans will not experience an occultation of Venus until August 13, 2012.

http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/lifestyle/05/17/10/moon-venus-alignment-...

Comment by KM on November 13, 2011 at 10:19pm

On Thursday last week, the moon came up in the NNE at 8pm  and traveled East by 10pm then moved to the SW and set in the SW at around 5am.  The moon had traveled in an L shape.

Comment by astrogal50 on November 13, 2011 at 5:39pm

Thank you, Leme!  Great proof of the cover up of the effects of Planet X on the moon.

BEFORE Planet X arrived:

1.  Man in the moon face tipped over 7 degrees at most in one night;

2.  Moon always took a predictable path across the sky; and

3.  Predictable phases of the moon matched what the common man saw.

AFTER Planet X arrived:

1.  Man in the moon face can tip over 100+ degrees in hours;

2.  Moon rarely follows its known, normal path across the sky; and

3.  Moon phases often out of synch.

Signs in the sky are so hard to cover up and explain away that oftentimes the cover-up artists' only real option is to say nothing.  Cannot blame the moon tipping over, Venus looming large, or the constellations being wrong for the season on "global warming."

Only ZetaTalk provides the full, accurate truth about earth changes and signs in the skies that the Establishment will not touch with a ten foot pole.

Comment by Nancy Lieder on May 8, 2011 at 6:19pm
@Mark, the wobble is too erratic for them to fiddle with, so I doubt it. Look at the problems NASA is having with trying to airbrush out PX. They can't do the color shading right, they miss the spot, etc etc. The establishment prefers to tell the general public they are idiots and don't know what they are looking at! So much easier.
Comment by Mark Platt on May 8, 2011 at 3:48pm

Nancy, just re these skymaps, google sky...whatever, are they all reliable?

i.e. immune from fiddling? Just a thought.

 

Bit late tonight, will check skyward tomorrow for similar anomolies.

Comment by Nancy Lieder on May 8, 2011 at 2:47pm

OK, this is good, Mark.

You are reporting that the illumination on the Moon was from the wrong angle and this can be from PX light, reflected sunlight coming from PX. The speed with which it went below the horizon could be normal (check the time you looked and where it was supposed to be) OR could be the wobble! More likely the latter. Likewise the Crux movement is probably the wobble, which can be proved out by times/degrees kind of thing.

I'd love a re-do here with precise times and measures, as it looks like you are onto something!

Comment by Mark Platt on May 8, 2011 at 2:26pm

Nancy, re Crux (Southern Cross),

Your image, posted below, shows Crux near the horizon at 11.30 p.m.

Well, I'm here to tell you it was nowhere near it! More like 60 degrees high!

I have to get me a decent camera. Can anyone else from The Antipodes bear this out??

Comment by Mark Platt on May 8, 2011 at 2:09pm

Sorry Nancy,

Silly of me to post such imprecise ramblings. I guess I was surprised at the speed at which The Moon disappeared, from completely above to completely below the horizon in about 10 minutes! And it seemed huge.

I still feel the angle of illumination is all wrong.

 

My other error was an imperfect search. Had I been aware of TW's excellent post, I would'nt have bothered.

I guess I got overeager. I apologise for these, and any other mistakes.

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