SUN IS OFF KILTER... SETTING TO THE NORTH WEST ....

We were pretty shocked when we wittnessed the Sun set this past Sunday, on May 16th out at our Labyrinth, here in Northern Michigan....

Back in early June of 1998, Jerry and I constructed a seven path, Classic style Labyrinth for our customers to walk and experience while visiting our tiny shop ~ Sacred Sparks. We decided to align it with the setting Summer Solstice Sun in the West. We ceremonialy dedicated it on the Summer Solstice of that year with 13 people present. It has been true to the Summer Solstice Sun up until now.

Jerry took these pics at sunset on Sunday, May 16, 2010, and you can clearly see the sun is way to the North. It should be a bit to the South (left), of the opening pathway into the Labyrinth. Way off kilter.

Our GPS coordinates are = Latitude North 45.6.25 degrees by Longitude West 85.5.5 degrees.

We will keep our eyes on this revealing sign of a true Earth Wobble and let you know as things get even more interesting. Where will the Sun be on the true Summer Solstice? Will it continue to the North? ..or move back to where it should be? The Sun has never been this far North in observations. It always moves from the South to the North to reach it's height on the Solstice, directly over head, as should be noted by our Labyrinth.

Peace and Preservation to ALL ... Linda and Jerry


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Comment by Kelly on May 20, 2010 at 6:12am
Yes, last night, May 18, I went out to photograph the setting sun as usual. The city of Maumelle, AR is built around a mountain (just a toe hill compared to the Rockies, Cascades, etc.). I was up on top of the South side facing West looking over the Arkansas River Valley and THERE WAS NO SUN! I had to drive over to the North face to photograph the sun in the NORTHWEST! AMAZING!!!
Comment by Steve on May 19, 2010 at 1:26am
I am "glad" to see that I am not crazy for thinking it was way too far north for Iowa when I saw it last weekend just to the left of due north here in Iowa! Glad but wary!
Steve
Comment by shams on May 18, 2010 at 9:38pm
many have on this ning have noticed this. for me, the sun has been setting behind houses that i have never seen it set behind... its quite noticeable

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