The Earth wobble, which has been present since early 2004 due to the nearby presence of Planet X, has steadily become more violent. The N Pole of Earth is shoved away when the Earth rotates, daily, to present it to the Sun and the nearby Planet X which rides near the Sun. Then, after dusk, the globe is allowed to bounce back. The wobble is primarily a back and forth motion for the globe, but takes the form of a Figure 8, well documented since 2003. The wobble is primarily documented by verbal reports, such as this one received via email this past week.

I've noticed the evenings are getting longer quickly, at this time of year they should be dark at 7:00 pm but they aren't. There's plenty of light to see things by, yet in the am it has stayed the same as in previous years. The Big Dippper too, has changed positions. Last night it was over the NE more to the East than the North. The Moon as well, seems to change position sometimes coming in from the SE then suddenly from the NE. I've been using my compass to see where the tilt of the earth is. It seems to me the wobble is becoming more pronounced, a bit like the toy weeble wobble. Is this the case, are my observations correct? I'm presuming lots of other people have noticed the pronounced wobble as well in their observations.

A remarkable animated graphic, put together by someone who has been watching the Australian weather satellite, actually shows the wobble. This Australian satellite came to the public's attention recently because radar circles were showing up, which the Zetas explained were due to the odd return of magneton particles to the S Pole of Earth. The satellite capture clearly jerks around during this animation, which covers the time from 5:30 am to 11:30 am, using hourly satellite images taken from this archive. The time was UTC, Greenwich time, so for Australia was approximately some 9 hours later. The keen eye'd observer notes that the map of Australia is likely to be superimposed as a background, since the images are recorded in infrared, and thus Australia as a land mass seems the same, and brightly lit, even at 8:30 pm Australia time. Clearly, the clouds would not move like that, over Australia.

I noticed an anomaly on the Australian meteorology site in the infrared satellite images. Taking a look at these images, the entire atmosphere does a vertical shift in the middle. - wobble - wobble - wobble
The map looks like an overlay, not an image, so is this the satelite moving then being corrected? Is it the earth moving under the atmosphere? If so it seems a very violent push.

ZetaTalk Explanation 11/14/2009: The magnetic N Pole of Earth is pushed away, forcefully, and then allowed to bounce back into position later, forcefully. The Earth meanwhile is trying to maintain its normal position, align with the Sun's magnetic posture. It is the force of the push that is steadily changing.

Regular stress on the Earth plates is noticed in many ways. For instance, by periodic regular shuddering in the wee hours in Minnesota.

Newport Neighbors Can't Figure Out Shaking Houses
October 11, 2009
Homeowner Crystal Oswald tells KARE-TV that almost every day she and six of her neighbors feel tremors at their home at dinner-time, and then overnight at 1:30, 3:30, 4:30 and 5:30 a.m. Doors rattle, drawers shake, bed frames vibrate, and the homeowners hear a beating noise.

ZetaTalk Explanation 10/17/2009: We have explained how the Earth wobble was initially caused by Planet X grabbing at the Atlantic Rift, which is a surface magnet. It then developed into a polar wobble, with the N Pole being pushed away. Both these causes are still in effect. When the Atlantic Rift is tugged, it holds the rotation of the Earth back temporarily, in a jerking fashion. Newport is sensing this jerking.

The Earth wobble is projected to become worse, increasingly, progressing into the days when we have a severe wobble.

ZetaTalk Prediction 11/21/2009: Preceding the 3 days of darkness there is a lean to the left, and preceding that, a severe wobble. How do you suppose that the Earth comes to lie on its side, pointing to the left? Just a slow flop to the side? In a severe wobble, there is momentum, first to one side, then the other. Particularly when there is a strong push, as when the N Pole of Earth being pushed away violently, there is momentum. During the lean to the left, this is a stasis position, holding there for a period of time. But the wobble is constantly on the move, as legend has described it, like a top wobbling from side to side.

Source: ZetaTalk Newsletter Issue 173, Sunday, February 21, 2010

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Comment by theoldcowhand on September 13, 2010 at 7:55pm
I just wanted to comment on the wobble from my observations of the moon over the last few months as viewed from the Alabama Gulf Coast. I went out last night and viewed the moon low in the southwestern sky with a strange westerly shape to the crescent moon. By an hour later, the moon was below the tree line. In previous weeks, the moon has been much higher in the sky when visible. These are dramatic moves in my opinion.
Comment by per sigurd hansen on February 27, 2010 at 9:30pm
hmmm;i havent tougth about it but theobal is rigth!! the gps is acting crazy sometimes suddenly you are in the middle of nowere and of the road you are driving on,, i didnt link this before i read his comment... i always have my gps on since my speedometer is a bit wrong....
Comment by Rosemary Stephen on February 21, 2010 at 8:36pm
NOW i understand better how the wobble behave. I would have like to know how much variation was noted in the compass. I my case, The compasses have not moved since the last entry I did. Is this why birds are not acting normal lately?

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