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ZetaTalk: Moon Dance
written Mar 11, 2005

Are the Zetas, or their brothers, playing a game with the moon to get the attention of the human race?

The Moon’s orbit has been noticeably out of place, even to the casual observer, for almost a year. This is best described using an analogy of a man with a broad brimmed hat on his head. For a normal Moon orbit, this hat is almost exactly positioned over the tops of the ears, evenly spaced over each, with only a slight tilt. That the Moon’s normal orbit is close to the Earth’s middle, the Ecliptic, is exemplified by the solar eclipse, where either the Moon casts a shadow on the Earth or vise versa, with the Earth casting a shadow on the Moon, periodically. Nevertheless, the hat is positioned almost equally over both ears. What has been observed since the Summer of 2004 is a hat tilted high over one ear, and low over the other ear, often most noticeable as a face rotation.

The current odd Moon orbit is beyond what the Earth wobble would support, where the Earth is wobbling to allow the N. Pole to evade the hose of magnetic particles coming from Planet X by swinging away from view, the head twitching a bit under the hat. We have stated that the Moon has allegiance to the Sun as well as the Earth, and thus its orbit could be expected to attempt to stay astride of any gap as the Earth wobbles or tilts, but the current odd Moon orbit is also beyond any attempt to stay astride of the Earth’s middle as well as the Sun’s middle. It in fact is more to the extreme of that, reaching beyond the middle of both. The Moon, as a bead on the edge of the hat rim traveling around the hat, is seen in the extreme North during one part of the month, and at the extreme South two weeks later. Why?

We have mentioned that Planet X has captured both the Earth and Venus and the Earth’s Dark Twin in the eddy current in the particle flows that blast from the Sun toward Planet X and around Planet X. They are trapped, by all the forces that push planets into their orbits and hold them there, to remain there. Particle flows, a tiny fraction of which mankind is aware of, flow out of the Sun’s poles and return to her middle, flow out evenly from the surface of the Sun as the solar wind man is aware of, flow out of her North pole and return at the South pole as the magnetic particles man is aware of, or chose their flow patterns to fit in niches not otherwise taken. That all the planets line up in the Ecliptic, around the Sun’s middle, is due to the immense number of particles that chose the first route, returning in force at the Sun’s middle, washing in from above and below. The planets are held at bay, away from the Sun, by the gravity Repulsion Force, yet another particle flow.

What forces is the poor Moon dealing with? The eddy currents coming around Planet X are flowing outside their bounds, coming in from the top and bottom, and rushing to fill voids. Nevertheless, the press is for all to align with the Ecliptic, whether within or without the eddy current. Venus remains in her position, closer to the Sun and Planet X. The Dark Twin, sharing the Earth’s orbit, is pressing the Earth from the side. As the particle flows rush around Planet X and into the eddy, they encounter the Earth and her sister planets, and eddy around them as well. A turmoil, mostly present at the Ecliptic, which the Moon normally rides. The easy out for the Moon is to avoid the crowded lane, which it does by being too high, and then too low, for the majority of its orbit. It rides high and low as it does as this was the tilt of its orbit before the Planet X drama started, now simply become more extreme to avoid the middle road, the crowded lane.

Signs of the Times #1352
Time and again there have been posts about the rotation of the moon during one nights travel, but no one ever seems to have a camera handy. Well, I had the luck of a clear sky last night [Feb 27], so I took my cheapo 3.3 megapixel with 10x optical zoom and snaped some pictures of the moon. First at 0.55 CET, second at 4.17 CET in the east of the Netherlands. Both pics were taken with a horizontaly held camera and 10x optical zoom. I took the 2 moons, the pics full pixelsize from the cameraimage, and made a composite today, and did some image prosessing to clear up the features of the moon and stuff like that. The rapid rotation can be clearly seen. [Note: extreme rotation of the Face of the Moon has been noted for months, indicating the Earth tilted under the Moon's orbit.]