Gordon asked me to create an animation of two Moon shots taken within an instant of each other on July 3, 2012 at 8:26 pm. He did not realize he had captured the Earth wobble in process until later. Here is the Animation, and here are his words. Note I used GifCon which I purchased but have yet to register, thus the word "DEMO" in the center. This actually helps to demo the wobble, as it is a stationary point! Note the Moon even moves against the backdrop of the clouds! Good show, Gordon! Click on the animation below to make it start.
As the 100% human unselfish Extraterrestrial Zetas have stated, and as I have explained, Planet X is between the Earth and the Sun with its magnetic north pole pointing at the Earth like a flashlight. And as stated, the Great Atlantic Rift is a giant magnetic iron ribbon on the crust of the Earth due to the upwelling of iron rich magma. Thus, as the Earth turns, and the sun rises over the Atlantic, over Europe and Africa, the Rift faces PX and the northern hemisphere of Earth is drawn toward the Sun. Then as the magnetic iron line under the Atlantic moves east as the Earth turns, sunset reaches the western shore of the Atlantic, and the north pole of the Earth leans away from the Sun, as the sun rises on the east coast of the Pacific ocean. [Note additional Info below.]
The ideal time to see this wobble repeat daily, is at the time of the full moon rising over the east coast of North America. The moon should rise in the east, gain altitude, be at its highest point over the south, and set in the west. AT NO TIME SHOULD THE MOON SLIDE SIDEWAYS.
These two photos I took from the same camera position within less than one minute apart at sunset on July 3rd, show the moon not rising with the sky at 1 degree each four minutes, but sliding south, without gaining altitude, at least half the diameter of the moon, 1 degree in less than 60 seconds.
Load both images into a directory and then flash back and forth between them, and you will see the metal table at the top of the mountain does not move, nor does the frame change, nor the zoom change, but what proves this wobble as described is that PLAINLY, and UNMISTAKEABLY, the moon moves horizontally to the south more than one diameter in less than 60 seconds as both photos were shot at 8:26 PM. This does NOT mean the moon moved but DOES mean the Earth wobbled north at that moment. In fact, with the same shutter speed, and aperture, and focus, and zoom and framing, the earth moves suddenly between the first frame and is still moving in the second frame wherein the moon is blurred. This is because the north pole of the Earth, has suddenly, as described, moved to the left and caused the second image to be more than one degree away from the first position, and evidently keep moving. The blur of the second photo moon shows that I caught the exact moment of the Earth wobbling back as the Great Atlantic Rift turns away from the Sun.
This is an extraordinary coincidence that I would choose to take both these photos within seconds of each other. Normally, any photos of the moon rising would show it going up in the next frame, 1 degree every 4 minutes with the sky. But here we have the moon moving horizontally more than 1 degree and not gaining any elevation, in two consecutive photos both saved as being taken in the same minute, 8:26 pm July 3rd, 2012.
This absolutely proves that as the sun is setting in Maine, the north pole of earth is dramatically moving back from the sun, so fast in fact, that the moon seems blurred in the second photo. Although I did not take the same two photos of the setting moon the next morning at sunrise, it should logically be possible on the next morning of the full moon in August. to take, from the same location in Maine, the moon suddenly shifting north as the north pole of earth suddenly moves south toward the sun over the Atlantic Rift. See the moon take off toward the south, to the right in the second photo, both taken at 8:26 pm.
[Note per a conversation between Gordon and myself, please also include the Polar Push as an inciter in the wobble. Per ZetaTalk references
The previous wobble had the lower portion of the highly magnetized Atlantic Rift grabbed twice a day, at the day and dark points when the Atlantic Rift was either facing Planet X or in opposition on the other side of the globe. The grab was essentially forcing the Earth into magnetic alignment with the tilt of Planet X. This eased at the dusk and dawn points when the Atlantic Rift was shifted to the side of the globe, creating a 4 times daily wobble which had Spain and Japan seeing the Sun high with warmer weather while N. America and Siberia found the Sun low and their temps cooler. We now have a twice a day wobble, a polar wobble.
If the Earth has been in a Wobble since last May, at this early date a relatively gentle tug on the southern portion of the highly magnetized Atlantic Rift, was this a factor in the record typhoon and hurricane seasons? Most certainly. Now that a more violent Polar Wobble has started, will the weather be exempt? Hardly.
At 8:26 in New England, on July 3, 2012, the Moon is in the SE. The globe, in the midst of its Figure 8 wobble, has the Sun high over the western Pacific and moving to position over India. The Figure 8 wobble takes a slant when the Sun is over India, such that the globe tilts its Northern Hemisphere to the EAST. This coincides with what Gordon captured, the Moon suddenly jumping to the RIGHT as he pointed his camera at the rising Moon at Azmuth 120, in the SE. The Ecliptic in the view from New England is slanted from lower left to upper right. The Moon should very slowly move along the Ecliptic RISING, not dropping or remaining in place, as the evening progressed. It certainly should not jump directly to the right in less than a minute.