icon Earth Wobble

An Earth wobble developed in 2004, under the influence of Planet X, the Zetas first warning of the extent of this on May 25, 2004. By Nov 27, 2004 the wobble had become obvious. The magnetic N Pole of Earth was forming a Figure 8 on a daily basis.

Are we going to develop a wobble? Are we going to suddenly lurch about so that the Sun is rising and setting in a place way off from where the public would expect?
ZetaTalk: Twirling Wobble, written May 25, 2004
The polar wobble that began in November is the first sign of the Earth’s participation in the slow 270° Roll that Planet X does to position itself, magnetically, above the Ecliptic rather than below the Ecliptic.
ZetaTalk: Twirling into Darkness, written Nov 27, 2004

The Figure 8 pattern was documented by people all over the world on Dec 2004, Jan 2005, Feb 2005, Mar 2005, Apr 2005, May 2005, and Jun 2005. The pattern having been established and the task time consuming, data gathering was quiesced until Nov 2007, and Mar 2008, wherein the wobble was shown to have become stronger, as predicted by the Zetas.

Planet X has turned in place so that it is now pointing its N Pole out toward Earth. The wobble has consequently become more severe because the interaction between Planet X and the Earth is driven by a N Pole push. Each day, when the Earth's magnetic N Pole comes over the horizon so that it is facing the Sun and the bully magnet Planet X, the Earth receives a shove from Planet X, pushing her magnetic N Pole away.
ZetaTalk: Christmas Hammer, written Dec 21, 2007

The more extreme wobble, which continues to evolve, has increasingly been noted on message boards such as GodlikeProduction. During June, 2008 the following comments were posted, as an example.

I live in Fairbanks AK, used to live on the Kenai Peninsula just south of Anchorage and the Anchorage resident is right that there used to be at least a very deep dusk in the middle of even midsummer nights. Haven't been down that way for many years so I don't know about now. Here summer is definitely and always has been light all night (don't see stars from mid-May to early August), but the skies do seem more luminous, like something in the high atmosphere is scattering the light rays and we are getting more over-the-horizon 'backscatter'. This is especially noticeable in the wintertime.

I have been living in my home for 20 years now. And in this particular room, facing east for 6 years. And there is a house just to the left from where I look outside. And in the previous years, in the exact same time (exams period), the Sun would always wake me up. It would shine for approximately 2 hours straight into my room. Well now it appears that the house on the left of me is blocking the sunlight. so as a result, I get absolutely no direct sunlight in my room.

I just checked close to sunset here and it's a full 45 degrees north of due west here in Alabama. The sun is widely shining in the North end of my house, something it never used to do.