Axis Change Star Chart comparison





You can compare Star charts below to see how miniscule the differences are between mid Mexico and North Dakota. A distance of 2000 miles; equal to the increase in the earth's axis.

Since 2005, in the month of June, the sun has been rising and setting on the horizon to the north of Texas. Since the sun should never be any farther north than the Tropic of Cancer on the summer solstice, June 21st, which is located in central Mexico. The variance in the sun's position would indicate that the axis angle is now continuing to shift and is currently about 2000 miles farther north in the Summer and an equal amount farther south in the winter.  

The south pole acts as a gyroscopic anchor which maintains the balance of our planet and angle of our axis. But the warming conditions caused the ice to melt at phenomenal rates which has allowed the axis to shift as the ice continues to disappear. At some point in the near future, the earth will reach the tipping point and will shift the rest of the way onto its side in a horizontal position like the planet Uranus.

As with the first major shift of the Earth's axis which resulted in a Tsunami which killed over a quarter million people from Thailand to Africa in Dec 2004; the final shift may create Tsunami's which may flood entire continents similar to the movie 2012. It is the abnormal movement of the earth which causes Tsunami's... not earthquakes as they would have you believe... although earthquakes are often a byproduct of the movement of the earth. You can test this by filling an aquarium with 4 inches of water and sliding it to see how a tsunami is created. A quake would be more like a concentric ring of ripples and would not have the power to send waves that far. Those are more short distance waves like across an inlet or bay. They don't lists Tsunami's where there are no witnesses. Rogue waves are tsunami's which did not include a telltale quake. The reason they think the quake occurs first is because the monitoring systems will pick up the quake long before they pick up the slow moving waves. As usual, the authorities refuse to budge from their errors and will only change their position when those digging in their heels are all gone from the decision making process.

This axis change also changes our weather and temperatures and severity of storms which are all directly related to the relative position of the angle of the earth in respect to the sun as earth orbits around it. The melting ice increased the humidity levels and amount of precipitation and storm severity. The earth is not flopping around on its axis. The angle is a fixed position as we orbit the sun (unless it slips further as the polar ice continues to melt and disrupt the weight distribution and balance.)

Sun position in the Summer:

When the earth's tilt was normal before the slippage, the sun was directly over the Tropic of Cancer (located in mid Mexico) on June 21st. With the change in axis, the earth shifted about 2000 miles to the south on June 21st placing the sun approximately at the northern border between the US and Canada which even the Canadian Inuit tribe has noticed. 

Sun position in the Winter:

When the earth's tilt was normal before the slippage, the sun was directly over the Tropic of Capricorn (Uruguay) on Dec 21st. With the change in axis, the sun is now 2000 miles farther to the south in the Winter, south of Australia. We also have people in south Australia who have verified the sun is now rising and setting to the south of them in December... when the sun should never be farther south than Uruguay in the winter on Dec 21st.

Sun position in Spring and Autumn:

When the earth's tilt was normal before the slippage, the sun was directly over the equator on Sept 23rd and again on Mar 21st. Despite the 2000 mile shift of the earth's axis, the sun will still continue to be directly over the equator on those dates. So everything will appear completely normal on those dates. However, since the sun's position now travels 4000 additional miles between the new locations so the Spring and Fall months undergo a rapid change in weather conditions and temperatures and new weather pattern formations.

A 2000 mile shift does not create a dramatic change in the appearance of the stars as some people might think. A 2000 mile change in the angle of the sun does not translate into a 2000 mile change in the stars. This is due to the distance and size perception of the stars versus the sun. If you traveled from Chicago to Brownsville TX, you would not notice any difference in the stars at all if it was the exact same time of night on the same day. (keep in mind that the earth continues to rotate and orbit the sun so this causes the stars you see to move throughout the night). 

A similar problem people mistake is to think they would be able to feel a 2000 mile shift but that is not the case. The earth rotates just under 25,000 miles each day. Or about 1038 miles each hour, but you cannot feel the rotation of the earth or the orbit of the earth around the sun. So when you think about this, 2000 miles is much less in comparison with the movements constantly occurring with our planet in motion. However, the Tsunami's are evidence of the abnormal shifting of the planet. 

As we move closer to Autumn, the angle of the sun is returning to a more normal position. As we move toward winter, the sun will again be 2000 miles farther to the south this time. From the northern hemisphere, it would be difficult to notice. Someone in southern Australia would be better able to see the difference in angle. The best time to see the axis change from the US is in the month of June during sunrise and sunset.... at the moment the sun appears to come in contact with the horizon. If you try to judge this while it is in the sky, it will throw you off because the path of the sun across the sky is curved. Use Google Earth to locate your house and the on screen compass to find "true" north. Not magnetic north. Then you can better judge the position of the sun on June 21st. The sunrise should be at an equal angle to the sunset if you are looking at true north. Magnetic north changes which is why it would be unreliable as a reference point.

However, since the sun is supposed to be directly above the Tropic of Cancer in central Mexico at noon on June 21st.... and you live in the US and see the sun setting and rising to the North of your location, that is the one conclusive piece of evidence which cannot be obscured or manipulated. The sun should never rise or set to the north of the tropic of cancer.

Here are two star charts. One is for the latitude between the Dakotas 99.21 N Latitude and the other image shows the stars at the central Mexico Latitude 22.21 N. Both are the same longitude 99.24 W. Each pair of images are comparisons in the same time frame as stars will seem to move as we rotate below them. Stars also change as we rotate around the sun.... but again, not as dramatically as one would think.

The differences are of little notice to the average person. The most outer edges which correspond with a perfectly flat horizon are normally obscured behind buildings, trees, hills, etc. Smog and glare of city lights also reduce the ability to see much at the horizon and often, only the brightest stars directly overhead show up.


Dakotas Central Mexico
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Dakotas Mexico
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Dakotas Polaris Mexico Polaris
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