Moon tilted aprrox 90 deg - an observation

Hi there.

I got a call from my life partner to look at the moon last night. When I looked at it, at about 19:30 I recalled how much we look at something but never notice it. So I paid particular attention to the patterns on the moon and noticed the position of "the 2 fingers" (just my way of ref)  in the upper left quarter. (Observing the moon from South Africa - southern hemisphere is slightly different from the northern hemisphere.)

This morning on 15th August at about 07:30, driving to work, noticing the moon as it descends on the western horizon, I realized the difference: It seems to be approximately 70-90 degrees tilted from the expected state. I expected to see the upside-down of last nights quarter in the lower right quarter, but appeared on its side in the lower left quarter.

I've grabbed some pictures off a website to put together a visual representation of what I saw.

Thanks for reading.

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Comment by Rick Rickster on August 16, 2011 at 8:57pm

Last night the moon was very very slow in crossing over the Eastern sky.  It rose half way and hovered almost in the same place for hours here in Northern Nevada.

Comment by Marcus DuPree on August 16, 2011 at 12:13pm

Maximum libration (the normal rotation of the moon is about 7.6 degrees - ever).  The moon on Aug. 13/14 showed a libration of about 60 degrees.  Thank goodness other folks noticed and were allowed to post - even if it is old news.

Comment by Gary Warren Carpenter on August 16, 2011 at 7:36am

My observation: it appears to being just that, I thought I was going mad with the effect of the present full moon. Thank you for the confirmation.

Comment by Corey Young on August 16, 2011 at 5:50am

I also noticed the tilt of the moon to 90 degrees last Saturday night Aug 13th...I saw it rise and then when I observed it again a few hours later it was tilted 90 degrees...It is definitely picking up!

Comment by Rick Rickster on August 16, 2011 at 5:14am

I noticed recently,  the moon rises in different locations every horizon too like a drunkard!  Two nights ago it rose in the E,  then last night in the NE.  So it treks across the sky as a full moon,  not going fully overhead,  but along the horizon in the East the entire time,  just higher up...hovers there for most the night as though not moving much,  just a very slow trek across the Eastern sky.....until it lands somewhere in the S or SE (different every night).


It is making no sense.  The Earth wobble figure 8 is very severe apparently.  This one thing along is enough to get folks talking,  but no one is....just business as normal everywhere.

Comment by iksteh on August 16, 2011 at 5:01am

The moon last night rose about 15-20 degrees further north than the previous night - when viewed from my southern hemisphere (my latitude is approximately 41 degrees 52' south).  I understand there is an offset angle from the ecliptic which makes it rise in slightly different locations during the course of the month but this was a massive apparent shift in a 24 hour period.  It also followed an abnormal path across the sky.  Erratic indeed.

Comment by Nakke Isic on August 16, 2011 at 2:59am

Its interesting how that moon tilts. Even more interesting it would be, if it would tilt the way that it would reveal some part from that 'dark side of the moon'... Can it technically even happen, does anyone knows?

Comment by astrogal50 on August 15, 2011 at 6:09pm

This is old news, but signs in the skies such as this are very important.  The moon has been tilting far more than the 7 degrees possible for many years, and only ZetaTalk explains why.  But the "expected" picture provided actually reveals the moon is tilting too far.

Such signs are some of the most covered up proof that something is going on and the Establishment does NOT want the common man to know.  "Global warming" and "climate change" simply cannot begin to explain such astronomical signs, so the Establishment says nothing while continuing to disparage and debunk the truth contained in ZetaTalk.

ZetaTalk: Moon Dance (written Mar 11, 2005) 

The Moon’s orbit has been noticeably out of place, even to the casual observer, for almost a year. This is best described using an analogy of a man with a broad brimmed hat on his head. For a normal Moon orbit, this hat is almost exactly positioned over the tops of the ears, evenly spaced over each, with only a slight tilt. That the Moon’s normal orbit is close to the Earth’s middle, the Ecliptic, is exemplified by the solar eclipse, where either the Moon casts a shadow on the Earth or vise versa, with the Earth casting a shadow on the Moon, periodically. Nevertheless, the hat is positioned almost equally over both ears. What has been observed since the Summer of 2004 is a hat tilted high over one ear, and low over the other ear, often most noticeable as a face rotation.

The current odd Moon orbit is beyond what the Earth wobble would support, where the Earth is wobbling to allow the N. Pole to evade the hose of magnetic particles coming from Planet X by swinging away from view, the head twitching a bit under the hat. We have stated that the Moon has allegiance to the Sun as well as the Earth, and thus its orbit could be expected to attempt to stay astride of any gap as the Earth wobbles or tilts, but the current odd Moon orbit is also beyond any attempt to stay astride of the Earth’s middle as well as the Sun’s middle. It in fact is more to the extreme of that, reaching beyond the middle of both. The Moon, as a bead on the edge of the hat rim traveling around the hat, is seen in the extreme North during one part of the month, and at the extreme South two weeks later....


Comment by Planet Twelve on August 15, 2011 at 6:08pm

I've been observing this for awhile down here in the Antipodes. To me, since I was a kid, the two fingers you mentioned were a rabbit. Many times in the last 8 or 10 months the ears have been pointing in strange directions I have never observed before, and I've pretty much always watched the Moon. I've seen a 70 degree rotation within hours. Also, the angle of illumination is also often wrong, chopping and changing from one night to the next...making strange shapes I have never seen. I've also seen familiar star constellations doing similar "flips". The one I notice is the Southern Cross. It will rotate about 70 degrees also, overnite.

How are people not noticing this?? Is it that seemingly most common of afflictions...Denial Blindness?

Comment by Nancy Lieder on August 15, 2011 at 5:48pm

Caused by the tilted Moon orbit, see this very detailed explaination. Been doing this for years, though more extreme now.

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