Magnetosphere Deformations and Earth Wobble Effects

Ever more frequently, Earth's magnetosphere is experiencing severe magnetic twists and temporary loss of her magnetic South Pole, and occasionally the loss of both her N. and S. Poles.  This has been described by the Zetas as an indication of the Earth wobble that occurs when the N Pole of Planet X temporarily points its N Pole at Earth, forcing an end-to-end alignment of their magnetic fields.  As Planet X continues to approach Earth, this wobble is predicted by the Zetas to increase in severity thereby resulting in more violent weather anomalies, erratic tides, heightened earthquake and volcanic activity and ultimately cause the Static Lean to the Left during the Last Weeks.

This switching about of magnetic alignments jerks the globe abruptly and ultimately results in plate movements.  This relationship is illustrated by the incidence of violent earthquake and volcanic activity within a 2-3 week timeframe both before and after these magnetosphere deformations are captured on the magnetosphere simulator.  Incidences of severe seismic activity associated with these anomalies have been recorded on this blog since late May 2010.

Pertinent ZetaTalk

"What would explain the magnetic twist (Shared Field, South Pole Drift):

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.ZetaTalk

"What would cause the Earth's magnetosphere to temporarily show only an outbound stream (blue lines), bypassing the Earth's S Pole (Shared Field, No South 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."  ZetaTalk


"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.ZetaTalk

Following the conspicuous increase in magnetosphere anomalies in February 2012, the NICT Magnetosphere Simulator was frequently offline during March 2012 and disabled indefinitely on April 2, 2012.  Fortunately, the same ACE satellite data is available on SolarSoft which also indicates when Earth's magnetosphere undergoes severe compression, as illustrated below:

Referring to the above ACE/MAG-Bz/BTotal plot, when the Bz component (green) merges with the Bt component (blue), severe compression is underway, as well as possible loss of one or both magnetic poles.  This information is also provided on the ACE Real Time Solar Wind Data page.


Nomenclature

Bt (or BTotal) is defined as the Interplanetary Magnetic Field (IMF) which is a vector quantity having components Bx, By and Bz. The GSM coordinate system is centered along Earth’s magnetic dipole (N. Pole – S. Pole) axis, thus the positive Bz axis (upwards) is located at Earth’s magnetic N. Pole.  The Bx axis, which is perpendicular to the By - Bz plane, runs between the centers of the Earth and the Sun.  By is perpendicular to Earth's magnetic dipole such that the plane formed by Bx and Bz contains the dipole axis.  When Earth's magnetosphere is severely compressed, values of Bx and By approach positive or negative 1.0 nT and Bz approaches the value of Bt, the Interplanetary Magnetic Field.  For a more complete explanation, Real Time Magnetosphere Data – Reading Between the Lines.

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For a detailed summary of magnetosphere deformations & related violent seismic activity between May 28, 2010 and April 10, 2012, click here

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SUMMARY OF DEFORMATIONS SINCE FEBRUARY 25, 2012

LOSS OF BOTH MAGNETIC POLES: February 25, 2012

February 26 - magnitude 6.7 - Southwestern Siberia, Russia

March 3 - magnitude 6.6 - Southeast of Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia

March 4Mt Etna Erupts – Italy

 

 FIVE SEVERE COMPRESSIONS WITHIN 24 HOURS: March 8, 2012

March 8 - Cleveland Volcano Erupts  - Alaska

March 9 - magnitude 6.7 - Vanuatu

March 9 - Bezymianny Volcano Erupts - Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia

 

March 12 - NICT MagSim taken offline

 

March 12 - Magnetosphere "Reversal"

March 13 - Sakurajima Volcano Erupts - Japan

March 14 - magnitude 6.9 - Japan

March 15 - Cleveland Volcano Erupts - Alaska

March 16 - Karymsky Volcano Erupts - Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia

March 18 - Mount Etna Erupts - Italy

March 20 - Tungurahua Volcano Erupts - Ecuador

March 20 - magnitude 7.4 - Mexico

March 21 - magnitude 6.6 - Papua New Guinea


March 21 - MagSim reactivated 0:00 UTC

March 22 - MagSim offline as of 18:11 UTC

March 25 - MagSim reactivated

 

March 25 - magnitude 7.1 - Maule, Chile

SolarSoft

NEAR LOSS OF BOTH MAGNETIC POLES: March 30, 2012

April 1Mount Etna Erupts - Italy (5th time in 2012)

April 2 - NICT MagSim "held in abeyance" - disabled indefinitely



TWO SEVERE MAGNETOSPHERE COMPRESSIONS: April 4, 2012

 

SEVERE MAGNETOSPHERE COMPRESSION: April 5, 2012

April 7 - Anak Krakatau Volcano Erupts - Indonesia

 

 

SEVERE MAGNETOSPHERE COMPRESSION: April 9, 2012


 

SEVERE MAGNETOSPHERE COMPRESSION: April 10, 2012


THREE SEVERE MAGNETOSPHERE COMPRESSIONS: April 11 - 12, 2012

April 11 - magnitude 8.6 - Northern Sumatra

April 11 - magnitude 8.2 - Northern Sumatra

April 11 - magnitude 6.5Michoacan, Mexico

April 11 - Tungurahua Volcano Erupts - Ecuador

April 12 - magnitude 6.9 - Gulf of California

April 12 - Turrialba Volcano Erupts - Costa Rica

April 13 - Sangay Volcano Erupts - Ecuador

April 14 - magnitude 6.5 - Vanuatu

April 16Popocatepetl Volcano Erupts - Mexico

April 16Shiveluch Volcano Erupts - Kamchatka, Russia

April 17 - magnitude 6.7Chile

April 17 - magnitude 6.8 - Papua New Guinea


TWO SEVERE MAGNETOSPHERE COMPRESSIONS: April 17 - 18, 2012



TWO SEVERE MAGNETOSPHERE COMPRESSIONS: April 19, 2012

April 19Reventador Volcano Erupts - Ecuador

April 20 - Popocatepetl Volcano Erupts - Mexico

April 21 - magnitude 6.6 - Papua Indonesia


TWO SEVERE MAGNETOSPHERE COMPRESSIONS: April 22 - 23, 2012

April 22Tungurahua Erupts - Ecuador



SEVERE MAGNETOSPHERE COMPRESSION: April 24, 2012

April 24Mount Lokon Erupts - Indonesia

April 24Mount Etna Erupts- Italy


TWO SEVERE MAGNETOSPHERE COMPRESSIONS: April 25 - 26, 2012

April 26 - Shiveluch Volcano Erupts- Russia


THREE SEVERE MAGNETOSPHERE COMPRESSIONS: April 27 - 28, 2012

April 28 - magnitude 6.7 - Tonga

May 1 - Mount Lokon Erupts- Indonesia






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