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ZetaTalk: Dancing Partners
written Jan 24, 2004

Today, Monday, January 22, the sun rise was at 7:13, early. It was already daylight at 6:l5 when I let the dogs out. I normally have to turn the light on for them. We live in central Arkansas. Is the earth wobbling on it's axis?

Planet Earth adjusted to the approach of Planet X since the Fall Equinox by rising in its Ecliptic by an average of 7 degrees, a move which placing the S Pole of Earth above the N Pole of the approaching Planet X, in the manner magnets desire. This was broadly noted by those bothering to note where the Sun rose and set, and commented upon by those brave enough to endure the ridicule all countering the establishment line that all is well and normal endure. Coming in at a 32 degree angle toward the point on the Earth’s Ecliptic where passage would occur, this rise of Earth gave the two planetary magnets an offset of 25 degrees from each other, and thus the Fall and into the Winter Solstice passed. The Winter Solstice found Planet X rising to the Ecliptic toward a point directly Between the Earth and Sun, such that the contest of which giant magnet the Earth chose to listen to moving from the Sun, as dominant, to Planet X, as the closer and supplanting magnet.

Magnets prefer first to line up end to end, but failing that possibility they Align in the same direction, but failing that the poles of the lesser magnet will tilt toward the pole of opposition of the stronger magnet. Thus, as Planet X came from afar at an angle below the Sun’s S Pole, it’s N Pole pointed there but did not tilt toward the Sun’s S Pole until is was passing the Sun’s S Pole, not yet along side where it could return to being in alignment with the Sun’s poles. The Earth, being the lesser magnet, reacts to this change in dancing partners, as it has all along, by gradually switching allegiances.

  1. Since late Spring of 2003, the Earth has registered periodic Global Quakes when the Atlantic Rift, itself a magnet on the crust of the Earth, faced in the direction of Planet X in its approach or when in opposition. Thus, as Planet X was approaching from beyond the Sun, from Orion/Taurus, in late Spring and Summer, these Global Quakes registered at the Face and Dark points for the Atlantic Rift, with great regularity. This grip on the Atlantic Rift was primarily on the Southern Atlantic Rift, as Planet X was approaching the Sun at a 32 degree angle from the Earth’s Ecliptic.
  2. Thus gripping not only the S Pole of Earth, but the South Atlantic Rift as well, Planet X had inserted itself into the magnetic dance between the Earth and the Sun, cutting in on this dance, so to speak. As Planet X closes the gap between itself and the Ecliptic, approaching a side-by-side position between itself and the Sun, it temporarily tilts Toward the Sun, its N Pole leaning toward the S Pole of the Sun. Earth’s southern regions, being in the grip of Planet X’s N Pole, at first lean likewise in this direction. Thus, the temporarily drift in early January of the N Pole toward Iceland.
  3. But continuing an upward climb from below the Ecliptic, slightly, to a point more at the side of the Sun, on the Ecliptic, the tilted Planet X now increasingly puts its S Pole facing the S Pole of the Earth. Oops! The lesser magnet once again moves, to the extent possible, to move its S Pole away, and thus a tilt of the N Pole past its prior position in the Arctic and on toward Siberia.
  4. But what will occur as Planet X assumes an Ecliptic position, at the side of the Sun? At this point it has replaced the Sun as the Earth’s dancing partner. It has assumed an alignment position with the Sun, and wants the Earth to assume an alignment position with it. This includes the Atlantic Rift, a magnet itself, which wants thus to stay either at the Face or Dark point, both being points where the magnets are lined up with each other, N/S. This is the point where intense and steady slowing of the Earth’s rotation will start.