It seems that the wobble changed again, gotten worse. It seems different now then it was before. It even reached the news, It seems to me like a major change in the wobble. Could the Zetas say something about this? [and from another] http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5439325/Freak-warmin...Europe has been buffeted by freezing temperatures in recent days and experts say this is the result of freak warming in the Arctic. The Arctic is experiencing one of its hottest winters on record, with temperatures at the North Pole surging above freezing. These unusual conditions, which scientists say have 'never been this extreme', are causing a disruption to the Arctic polar jet stream. [and from another] http://www.thebigwobble.org/2018/02/upside-down-weather-as-parts-of... Upside down weather! As parts of Europe drop to -27 deg C (-17 deg F) and 8 dead in Poland with temperatures above 0 on the Arctic circle. The reason for the brutally cold weather is that a particular atmospheric phenomenon will appear in the next few days. In Northeast Europe, a massive, high-pressure anticyclone will emerge that will change the airflow in most parts of the continent. Instead of the general westerly flow, the wind will blow from the East on the Southern border of the anticyclone.
The weather maps at the end of December, 2017 showed that the Polar Push had turned into opposition, where the magnetic N Pole of Earth in Siberia was temporarily facing the Sun more directly. This forced the opposite side of the Northern Hemisphere - Canada and the US – to suffer less sunlight, thus the extreme record breaking cold. Over the past two months, January and February, the temporary turn into opposition has ended and seems to have reversed.
Where at the end of December the Siberian side of the Northern Hemisphere was too hot, with the Americas side too cold, this has now reversed. The magnetic N Pole of Earth is now being aggressively pushed away by the N Pole of Nibiru. This is in part a reaction to the temporary lean into opposition, the swing back into the normal Polar Push wobble pattern an over-reaction, reverberating. During both of these flip flops, the Arctic has received more sunlight than usual, and the melting is obvious. The establishment, as usual, struggles to explain.