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ZetaTalk: Severe Wobble
written September 30, 2009

At noon today, I checked my 2 compasses and saw that they had switched from holding at due North for many days to 60 degrees West of North. A huge swing! Then a couple hours later, the 8.3 quake hit Samoa. A big wobble must of occurred and the compasses reflected the change. Coincidence?
[and from another] Checked the Magnetosphere Simulator site and the S Pole (red) seems to have disappeared! It was shrinking when the 8.3 hit in Samoa around 17:00 UTC on September 29, but 12 hours later was completely gone! This was not the case during times when the Earth's magnetosphere was blasted by the hose of particles from the N Pole of Planet X, such as the January 21, 2009 blast here on YouTube What is the relationship between this odd magnetic twist and the big quakes? [and from another] USGS upgraded the September 29 Samoa quake to 8.3, and at 10:16 on September 30 Sumatra had a 7.9. Two big ones in short order, and aftershocks galore. In less than a 24 hours period there were 24 quakes above 5 for the region between these two large quakes.

Any plot of a magnetosphere will show output from the N Pole, regardless of what activity might be ongoing at the S Pole. Magnetons flow out from the N Pole, circle round, and return at the S Pole. What would cause the Earth's magnetosphere to temporarily show only an outbound stream (blue lines), and this almost entirely turned quickly in space toward the direction of the Earth's magnetic S Pole rather than arching out into space before returning, but then bypassing the Earth's S Pole? It is as though the magnetons are diverted away from returning to the Earth's S Pole, and this is what is occurring. We have stated that the N Pole of Planet X is increasingly pointing toward Earth, forcing the magnetic N Pole of Earth to push away during the daily Earth wobble that results. If this flow of magnetons from Planet X is strong enough, the magnetons flowing out the Earth's N Pole cannot fight the push in order to return to the Earth's S Pole. In this case, they join the larger field temporarily formed by Planet X and the Earth, which are attempting to form an end-to-end magnet at this point, and return through the S Pole of Planet X!

What relationship, if any, does this have to the strong series of quakes in Samoa? We have described this part of the globe, the Indo-Australian plate that is being pushed under the Himalayas, as the brake point, holding back larger plate adjustment worldwide. Thus, this is where global adjustments start. This plate moves, then other adjustment that were waiting to happen can proceed. The relationship between the magnetic simulation charts showing the S Pole temporarily disappearing and the quakes is that a stronger and more violent wobble occurred when the N Pole of Planet X temporarily pointed its N Pole at Earth, forcing an end-to-end alignment of their magnetospheres. This is a preview of the severe wobble we have stated will precede the lean-to-the-left. This is the cause of the severe wobble we have predicted. More is to come!