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Related Information:

NASA Cover-Up

NASA's Movies

Winged Globe

String of Pearls

Planet X Personas

Planet X Moon Swirls [2]

Additional Information from the F.A.Q:

Q: What is the "Earth Wobble"?

Q: How can I understand the Magnetosphere-simulator?

Q: Is there a relationship between disturbances shown on the Magnetosphere-simulator and seismic activity?
A: Magnetic twist and the effects

Kojima's analysis

Q: What are the SOHO images showing?

Planet X Captures on SOHO & STEREO (2010 - 2013)

Latest images:






Particle-Wind Density

Particle-Wind Speed

Particle-Wind Pressure

ZetaTalk from Dec, 26. 2011:

Comment by Nancy Lieder

@Howard, here's the new ZT promised:


We have explained the twisting and deforming Earth magnetosphere as either
1. an end-to-end alignment
so that the Earth’s S Pole seems to be missing altogether, only the blue outbound lines apparent in a compressed magnetosphere, or
2. the Earth’s magnetosphere subsumed
into the magnetosphere of Planet X so that the outbound magnetons from Earth go directly to Planet X, and those returning to the Earth’s S Pole come directly from Planet X.

The image in question, dated Christmas day December 25, 2011, is a version of the compressed magnetosphere, but under pressure from a Planet X that is coming ever closer. This is the reason for the increased violence of the wobble, as the PUSH away of the Earth’s N Pole is stronger. This is the reason for the Sun appearing so far to the south at this time, as the Earth is leaning its N Pole away from the N Pole of Planet X. A quick and violent lean into opposition could also occur, due to this increased pressure.

Prior ZT:
What would explain the magnetic twist, where Earth's field appears to be heading in the wrong direction entirely? Some magnetons from the N Pole of Planet X, which has a wide field, drift to the S Pole of Earth rather than travel on to the S Pole of Planet X.


Prior ZT:
What would cause the Earth's magnetosphere to temporarily show only an outbound stream (blue lines), bypassing the Earth's S Pole? It is as though the magnetons are diverted away from returning to the Earth's S Pole, and this is what is occurring. When the N Pole of Planet X temporarily pointed its N Pole at Earth, forcing an end-to-end alignment of their magnetospheres.


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Comment by Howard on December 28, 2016 at 11:56pm

Thank you, Ovidiu Pricopi for posting the 12/28/2016 BATSRUS images. Your post confirmed that BATSRUS Mag Field renderings utilizing Rice Convection Model enhancements are still available.

In late April 2016, such renderings were apparently removed from iSWA, but your post led me to conduct a more thorough search. Indeed, BATSRUS with RCM is now located under the All Cygnets tab on page 49.

Below is a brief animation of the large magneton eddy you identified.

Comment by Poli on December 28, 2016 at 7:31pm
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Comment by Poli on December 18, 2016 at 7:27am

ZetaTalk Chat Q&A for December 10, 2011:
"At present, what one sees on SOHO and Stereo images is a contrived star background, inserted planets passing to and fro, and real activity in the Sun. The Planet X complex is brushed out as much as possible, but mostly ignored."

Comment by Poli on December 15, 2016 at 8:16pm

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