Pole Shift Animations - 270 rolls, Last Weeks, Pole Shift, Aftertime, New Madrid, SOHO VIEW

Konstantin has created animations for the Pole Shift scenarios. (Note these will become available one by one this forthcoming week). Note the N Poles are indicated by a blue color, the S Poles by a red color, in accordance with the color scheme for magnetic poles used by the non-western half of the world, including China, Tibet, Turkey, southern Russia and Russia's Far East, Mongolia, and northern Japan. The west uses a scheme which is the opposite.

The Earth Wobble animations are already included on the ning. The 7 of 10 Plate Movements animation is already included on the ning. The Point of Passage animation is already included on the ning.

The Path of Nibiru below. This shows what the path of Nibiru past the Sun and outbound toward the Earth. [Note: Below is a quick animation done by Kojima, based on Konstantin's original animations, followed by the full original from Konstantin.]

The Last Weeks below. This shows what the Earth will endure, including 9 day Severe Wobble, 4.5 days static Lean to the Left, 2.5 days progression toward 3 Days of Darkness, 3 Days of Darkness, 6 days of Sunrise West, 18 day of Slowing Rotation, and 6 (5.9) days of Rotation Stoppage. [Note: Below is a quick animation done by Kojima, based on Konstantin's original animations, followed by the full original from Konstantin.]

Planet X 270° Dual Rolls below. The first roll occurs from the time Planet X enters the inner solar system, at a 32° angle from Orion pointing its N Pole into the S Pole of the Sun. Then it swings 180° about to point its N Pole outward toward the Earth. The second roll occurs during the Last Weeks, when the S Pole of Planet X pops directly up, going in opposition to the Sun's magnetic flow lines. Then during the hour of the Pole Shift, when Planet X is starting to float outward from the Solar System, having pierced the Ecliptic, it does a 180° flip to point its N Pole upward. These dual 270° rolls are shown in this short animation.

Pole Shift details and Aftertime Geography below. The Pole Shift take place within an hour, with the Bulge of Brazil sliding up to become the new N Pole, the Atlantic widening while the Pacific compresses, while the new S Pole is positioned thus over the former India. [Note: Below is a quick animation done by Kojima, based on Konstantin's original animations, followed by the full original from Konstantin.]

New Madrid adjustment.

SOHO animation: what the satellite does see?
Left part of the video is a view from SOHO satellite camera (LASCO instruments); right part of the video is an overview from space onto the same scene. Pictures are real SOHO snapshots (to compare 3D reconstruction and SOHO images). Must seen in HD (1080) quality! [Note: Below is a quick animation done by Kojima, based on Konstantin's original animations, followed by the full original from Konstantin.]

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Comment by casey a on June 5, 2015 at 3:57am

thanks Nancy

Comment by Nancy Lieder on June 4, 2015 at 4:25pm

@casey a, African rolls clockwise. The eastern half drops and the whole continent pull East. I suppose the view would depend on which part of the African continent one was on. If on the west coast, it might seem the continent is pulling east which would imply counterclockwise. But overall, it is moving east (clockwise) and dropping (clockwise).

Comment by casey a on June 4, 2015 at 1:28pm

does africa roll clockwise or counter clockwise? I always got impression that it was rolling clockwise.. http://www.zetatalk.com/7of10/7of10-46.htm

Comment by Konstantin on June 4, 2015 at 1:11pm

7 of 10 improved version is available at https://youtu.be/NGVw2ns3AYA

Comment by Konstantin on March 23, 2015 at 3:38pm

to moderators: voiced version (Nancy Comments) of SOHO animation is available at http://youtu.be/0KtgMx24j-Q

Nancy's Comment: I have fixed this into the embed, above. Thanks Konstantin!!

Comment by Rich Racosky on March 19, 2015 at 3:52pm

Love it! Always great to see visually. Nice job

Comment by casey a on March 19, 2015 at 11:03am

Thanks Konstantion.  0:18 is perfect..

Comment by Konstantin on March 19, 2015 at 3:33am

to moderators: SOHO animation is ready at https://youtu.be/8u9NisTHQ3g (see only in HD quality (1080p))
Konst

Comment by Beth Benson on February 11, 2015 at 2:19am

Awesome, Great work Konstantin!

Comment by casey a on February 9, 2015 at 8:25pm

beautiful. thanks konstantin. (Makes it easier to understand & send the info to loved ones & others).

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