Wobble in General:

Explaining the Earth Wobble

Navy Dilemma

Earth Wobble

Twirling wobble

Drunken Lurch

Twirling into Darkness

Potters Wheel

Hell Unleashed

Lean to the left

Intermittent Lurch

Violent Push

Wobble effect

TT - Earth Wobble

Magnetic twist and the effects

Sun, Moon & Constellations:

Temporary adjustments

Sun position

Effect on the Moon

Other Factors:

Simulating the seasons

Constellation visibility

Northstar position

Constallation Rotation

Capricorn Visibility

Affecting cranes

Christmas Hammer

Trimester effect

Establishment and the Wobble

The earth shall reel to and fro like a drunkard.
Isaiah 24:20

And all things on the earth shall alter,
And shall not appear in their time:
And the moon shall alter her order,
And not appear at her time.
And in those days the sun shall be seen and he shall journey in the evening on the extremity of the great chariot in the west
And shall shine more brightly than accords with the order of light.
And many chiefs of the stars shall transgress the order (prescribed).
And these shall alter their orbits and tasks,
And not appear at the seasons prescribed to them.
And the whole order of the stars shall be concealed,
And the thoughts of those on the earth shall err concerning them.
Book of Enoch

June 8, 2013 ZetaTalk

This long-exposure capture shows the increased wobble in an undeniable and dramatic manner. In 2007 the wobble was detectible only by a skew in what would otherwise be a perfect circle around Polaris. By March 23, 2010 and April 17, 2010 this skew had gotten wider, making an oval rather than a circle around Polaris. Are the cameras on a drunken pedestal? The establishment falls silent in the face of such evidence, hoping the public does not notice. Now on March 1, 2013 there is a new development. The center of the focus is in two places, not just one!

February 5, 2011 ZetaTalk

As has been present since the wobble ensued in 2004, the Earth wobble takes the form of a figure 8. This causes the N Pole of Earth to lean to one side or the other during the figure 8, and also to lean toward and away from the Sun during the figure 8. The wobble is most violent when the magnetic N Pole of Earth comes up over the horizon and encounters the magnetic push from the N Pole of Planet X, which is increasingly pointing its N Pole directly at the Earth. This point is equivalent to what Nancy calls the New Zealand view, and is directly related to the sloshing magma pushing to the north Pacific and thence sloshing back to raise the Indo-Australian Plate up on the eastern end so that Indonesia can slide under the curve. At the point in the wobble where the mid-day Sun is over Italy, the N Pole of Earth is leaning toward the Sun, which is why the Sun recently appeared two days early in Greenland and Norway and Alaska. This then progresses to be the point where, in Nancy's diagrams, the Sun is over the N American continent. At this point, the N Pole of Earth is moving away from the Sun again, and thus the vertical jet stream over N America, pushing the globe under the cold air of northern Canada. Depending upon where the globe is being pushed, or how much Sun it is getting, or how violent the push is at this or that point, the land underneath will experience weather extremes.

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Comment by Mark on Sunday

another set of time-lapse photographs that clearly show the wobble - the night sky should rotate round Polaris in a circle, not in an oval or egg shape as these photos show:


and one also shows the stars moving abround two foci as has been seen before:  http://www.zetatalk.com/newsletr/issue352.htm

Comment by SongStar101 on January 4, 2015 at 9:30am

Verifying data: "Polar Push occurs when the Sun is over America/Alaska, thus the extreme warmth in Alaska compared to eastern US":

Anchorage, Alaska never saw a day below zero in 2014

December 30, 2014

The coldest it has been on this day in Anchorage, Alaska, since 1954 is 20 degrees Fahrenheit below zero. The coldest it has been on New Year's Eve in that same time period is even colder: -25. But this year, the lows are expected to be 33 and 27 degrees respectively -- meaning that 2014 will be the first year on record that the temperature didn't drop below zero.

As Alaska Dispatch News notes, the last time the temperature was below zero (again: in Fahrenheit) was Dec. 26, 2013. That was the tail end of a cold snap, of the kind not uncommon in winter -- particularly in Alaska. But ever since, temperatures have been above zero according to readings taken at the airport, with low temperatures reaching zero only once, on February 11.

Complete annual records from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration begin on Jan. 1, 1954. Since then, the number of days Anchorage went below zero each year has dropped from an average of 33.2 in the 1960s to 16 in the 2000s. The year with the second-fewest below-zero days was 2002 (the red line on the graph above).

This is an admittedly arbitrary metric. Zero degrees Fahrenheit is significantly colder than zero degrees Celsius, the freezing point of water. Anchorage is in no immediate danger of becoming a tropical paradise. It's the sort of data point that those seeking bolder action on climate change will embrace, but, as the first chart shows, there's a tremendous amount of volatility in low temperatures, particularly during the winter. One bit of data does not a long-term warming trend make, and next year could very easily see Anchorage experiencing several weeks of below-zero temperatures.

It is, however, the sort of thing that we should expect to see more of. This has been the second-warmest January-to-November period on record in Alaska; ski resorts near Anchorage didn't have enough snow to open for the Thanksgiving holiday. The state has warmed twice as fast as the rest of the country, thawing permafrost and glaciers.

Anchorage's 2014 could be a false alarm; it could be a little spike on the dial. Or it could be the first of many such years to come.

Source: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2014/12/30/anchorag...

Comment by Ryan on December 5, 2014 at 5:07am
Comment by Howard Amatoy on July 13, 2014 at 6:32pm

The national weather radar is showing the polar vortex forming, right now. Counter-clockwise spirals are forming, demonstrating the wobble mechanics revealed by the Zetas. What it doesn't show is the heat over the arctic. If I understand the figure 8 model, is this  the planet leaning to point the north pole right at the sun? If so, there is heat from below, the volcanic vents, and heat above from the sun. The ice should melt, raising sea levels. Even worse, a massive methane release, sending us into the extinction point?

Nancy's Comment: No ELE will occur, nor has the Earth gone there during its many past Pole Shifts. The Figure 8 wobble is such that the bounce back from the Polar Push occurs when the Sun is over America/Alaska, thus the extreme warmth in Alaska compared to eastern US.

Comment by Howard Amatoy on July 7, 2014 at 5:10pm

The sun reached zenith 3 hours earlier, today, with no delay in angling to the NW. Sunrise and sunset do not rise straight up, but angle, producing a delay. I have observed for decades and this is new. I am at the 32 parallel. Sunset should be very interesting. The moon has become a rare sight in the last two years, and everything about it, is different.

Comment by Howard Amatoy on July 7, 2014 at 3:53am

Nancy, I have been searching for information to confirm my observations for years.


Comment by Howard Amatoy on July 7, 2014 at 12:48am

To further clarify my observation, the sun's path was this yesterday: /\  today it was: /``\

It reached zenith two hours earlier.  If the wobble is caused by Nibiru's attraction, does this mean it is closer, thus holding the wobbling earth sooner and longer? (Due to the magnetic anomalie) It wont take long to find out.

Comment by Howard Amatoy on July 6, 2014 at 3:51pm

I am seeing a shortening in the cycle period, as I expected.

Comment by Howard Amatoy on July 6, 2014 at 2:16am

Regarding Nancy's observation, I have seen the same effect at sunrise in the last week. I have been observing the earth's wobble for two years, daily. This displacement of the equatorial bulge has to generate much energy in the earth's crust, warming the methane hydrates, and causing earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. If you bend a strip of metal back and forth, it gets hot, then finally snaps. The lithosphere has heat from the core underneath it and with this additional energy, it must be thinning and loosening.

The wobble is easy to observe by the shadows on the ground. I am seeing the sun rise roughly, NE, (should be due E), until aquiring zenith at noon, then shift approx. 45 degrees, setting in the NW. A total of 90 degrees, 12 hours, (approx). Not even a gentle parabolic curve, but a > shaped path.

This site helped me understand the mechanics more and I am grateful.

Comment by Shaun Kazuck on July 4, 2014 at 5:41am

This was taken almost 95 minutes after sunset tonight in Rhinelander, WI.  It was abnormally bright 30 minutes after sunset as well.  The exposure time on this picture is 15 seconds.



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