During the May 5, 2007 Live Chat, the Zetas stated that there will be times when a temporary lean to the left occurs, showing up well ahead of the last weeks when a consistent lean to the left will occur. Such a lean to the left, which the Zetas termed a temporary lean to the left, occurred on March 4, 2010 and the days following.
- There are several factors playing regarding the stress the Earth is under. One is how tightly Planet X grips the Earth, holding it at a lean, which is the case at present. The N Pole of Earth is pointing toward Planet X a bit, to align with its current position in its 270° roll. This presented as a lurch in late February and early March, but now it is more a steady grip. Thus, the Sun appearing too far North, consistently, is reported. In such a grip, there is little jerking around. This puts Earth at odds with the Sun, which it tries to align with. As Planet X continues in its roll, the Earth's N Pole will want to push away from the N Pole of Planet X, creating contention in its posture. Its posture will vary, jerking around returning, and the lean to the left we have predicted preceding the 3 days of darkness showing itself at times. Jerking around is what is creating plate movement. So we may have a period of quiet, but not for long!
- ZetaTalk: GLP Live Chat, written May 5, 2007
- Nancy has been documenting what she assumes to be either an increased wobble or a slight lean to the left. It is both, but it is the slight lean to the left that has garnered attention as this has skewed the constellations out of place significantly and placed the Sun very noticeably out of position. This is due to the increased pressure on the Earth's magnetosphere from the hose of magnetons from the N Pole of Planet X. Planet X is coming from the right, so the N Pole of Earth is leaning to the left. This is not, however, the lean to the left we have predicted, which is preceded by a severe wobble. This is also not the severe wobble, which will occur along with the lean to the left and 3 days of darkness during the last weeks. This slight lean to the left is a temporary adjustment, which may result in a sudden bounce back with an overcompensation of a lean to the right. These types of temporary adjustments will occur on occasion as the Earth pulls hard to the left, to evade Planet X. All this pushing and wobbling and bouncing lurches the Earth plates, and thus they move, causing earthquakes. Where this may come and go, the pace will only increase, and certainly not go away.
ZetaTalk: GLP Live Chat, written March 6, 2010
This temporary List to the Left was documented in Issue 176 of the Newsletter. It was not just the position of the Sun, the constellations also were dramatically out of place. Note for the first Polaris report, if in central Wisconsin, Polaris should be at Azimuth 359° and Altitude 43° while Alderamin should be at Azimuth 344° and Altitude 19°. This is off by 16° for Azimuth combined 24° for Altitude, too high in the dome with a severe offside to the right (which is a lean to the left on the dark side of the Earth).
- Saskatchewan, Canada
March 4, 2010
Yes, During the summer we noticed instead of the sun being in the usual SW position it seemed to steadily be in the NW position. I noticed it the other day with a clear sky. My backyard fence faced directlly west, with a tree in the SW position and my garden gate in the NW position. One day it seems the sun is in the correct SW position and the next moment it's in the NW position. Hard to miss when observed. Noticing the sun should be in a position at a particular time, but seems to have shifted more to the NW than ever at this time. I've noticed it for many months.
March 4, 2010
The Sun was way off today here in San Diego. I was shocked. Usually I see the sun set as I get out of work around 5:30 pm PST. Yesterday I couldn't see anything because it was setting to far south. The buildings were covering my view which was never the case! It has always been due west! Now it is more south than I have ever seen it!
March 8, 2010
The sun was out of place once again here in San Diego this morning. The sun is usually to the right of one of the buildings that I work near. Today the sun was more to the left and was directly behind the building.
March 4, 2010
I always use Orion as center. In LA tonight it shifted horizontally to right of center from last night. Way out of position from last night. Usually stars rise in east set in west, tonight they seem to be going from south to north.
March 4, 2010
Today, I was struck with the very very obvious mislocation of the sun on my way home from work. It was way too far to the NW for this time of year and it happened in only a day's time. Yesterday it was in the standard SW position. I drive a 7 mile rural road to and from work every day that has no curves and 2 medium to small size hills. Straight as an arrow. On a clear winter day you can see the stop sign or tail lights at the top of the last hill from the top of the first hill 6 miles away. Two times a year for a few weeks each, this road will be torture to drive because the sun shines directly into your eyes going to work in the morning, and coming home at night is the same way. The last few weeks, the sun has bounced from one side of the road to the other. Consider the road to be pointing to 12:00 o'clock. Today the Sun was at the 1:30 position where yesterday it was at the 11:00 position.
March 6, 2010
My patio has always been in the shade; a very cool spot in summer. The house is oriented directly S (front) to N (rear of house). Patio is on North side of house. The Sun has moved to the NW, thus allowing more sunlight to stream across the patio that used to be totally in the shade, all year long. Sun used to set due West exposing just the Northern edge of the patio to sunlight. I started noticing, especially this week when I let puppy out, my patio is filled with sunlight. Seemed something not quite right. You know the feeling you are looking at something, but not quite believing what you are seeing. Now, today, here is 4:48 pm EST, bright sunshine, like a summer day, and a pie slice of around 40° on the patio is in sunlight.
- March 6, 2010
I use a telescope with a clock drive and a nearly perfect alignment. Polaris always falls in the center of my finder's cross hairs. Since the last few weeks it is no longer the case. It is as Alderamin has become closer to my cross hairs . Take a look yourselves tonight.
March 7, 2010
Seriously, I noticed Polaris seems out of alignment just last night! My son and I had out his telescope. I thought I was imagining things.
GPS malfunction was also noted, in the extreme, during these days and the days preceding March 4 but including the February 27, 2010 Chile 8.8 quake.
February 26, 2010
I use a GPS device in my car in northeastern Pennsylvania, and I've done so for about 24 hours every weekend since October of last year. On Thursday night (Feb. 25) when we received about 14 inches of snow, the Garman brand GPS worked flawlessly as usual. However, on the following night (Feb 26), when we received just a dusting of snow, the GPS was going nuts all night. It stopped working about two or three times per hour, and when it was working it often showed me driving on the wrong street. Sometimes the street locations just floated up and down on the screen, as if the satellites were being buffed around in their orbits. I first noticed the GPS acting up around 5:30 pm eastern time on Friday afternoon (Feb 26), getting knocked out of commission 6 or more times per hour. The voice on the GPS would say "Satellite signal lost," or something to that effect. The screen would say "weak satellite signal". Usually the GPS is accurate to within half of a city block, or even better. It even tells me what alley or court I'm in when I'm between blocks. When the screen did work last Friday (Feb 26) night, sometimes the streets would float up and down the screen, and they would be several blocks away. The GPS has never done that before, and I've used it almost 24 hours a week or more since October. Sometimes the street grid would rotate inexplicably on the screen.
February 27, 2010
I was driving down the coast of California on Saturday afternoon [Feb 27] into the late evening. I know the route well but I turn on my GPS just for the company. Just outside of LA I stopped for gas and then continued on southbound I-5. The GPS was telling me to "turn around when possible" and head in the opposite direction (north) to go to San Diego from LA. It was several miles before it reoriented itself and started giving the right directions.
GPS is about 1.75 miles off, notice when I get off highway GPS says I'm on a different street then I'm actually on. 1.75 mile down range.
March 4, 2010
Yesterday my granddaughter was in Columbus, Ohio taking her State Boards. She had started her examinations at 8 o'clock in the morning. By 3:15 pm, EST, new license in hand, she headed home. Being unfamiliar with the layout of the city, she was heavily dependent upon her GPS system. She turned it on, but kept getting a message that the signal was lost. This was the only problem she had had all day. Funny thing was, it was a beautiful, clear, sunny day in Columbus. The weather was like Spring.