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Weather Wobbles - Earth Changes and the Pole Shift





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Strong storms move across Georgia leaving damage

2012-07-11T16:38:09.678Z

Image source;… Image source; http://www.wsbtv.com/gallery/news/storm-damage-across-metro-atlanta/gD9d/ EDIS Number: ST-20120711-35747-USA Event type: Extreme Weather Date/Time: Wednesday, 11 July, 2012 at 13:41 (01:41 PM) UTC Houses split by trees or struck by lightning, wind-torn roofs and downed power lines. These are the signs of damage that another day of storms has brought to metro Atlanta. And it’s not over. Numerous scattered heavy showers and storms are expected into the weekend. Tuesday’s bout of severe weather brought issues throughout metro Atlanta. In Smyrna, a large tree invaded Kandy Brown's bedroom. Splintered debris is all that's left of her dresser. "I've got to go to work," says Brown. "I don't have anything to wear." In Mableton, Jacklyn Fabrizio made a quick trip to the gas station, returning to find two trees where she usually parks her car. “I was pretty surprised there was a tree in my house," Fabrizio told WSB TV "But I was more relieved I wasn't right over there where I usually park." You would think something like a tree smashing through a house would make a lot of noise, but neighbors near Marchman Drive in Sandy Springs say they didn't hear a thing, as the thunder drowned out the sound of splitting wood. "We couldn't hear anything beyond the thunder," says neighbor Joel Blackford, who lives just across the street. "The house was almost cut in two." The sound of other crashing trees was plenty loud on Hunting Creek Road. "I heard a real heavy boom," says Bill Buckley, whose elderly neighbors were trapped for a time by two trees that crashed into their home. "Sounded like a refrigerator was just dropped on the floor." No one was hurt. In Cherokee County, firefighters thought lightning caused a house to catch fire at 4697 Jefferson Township Lane shortly after 7 p.m. A 69-year-old woman and a 75-year old man were inside the home, but they got out without major injury. Firefighters in Gwinnett County dealt with several reports of trees and wires down. Only minor damage was reported to some homes and no one was hurt, Gwinnett fire Captain Tommy Rutledge said. "Based on the magnitude of the storm, we are extremely fortunate that there were no reports of injury or major damage," Rutledge said. As of 11 p.m. Tuesday, Georgia Power reported roughly 7,600 customers were without electricity. About 7,000 of those affected were in metro Atlanta. Planning ahead for the rest of the week, I am calling for a 60-70 percent chance of showers and some big storms Wednesday and Thursday with highs 86-90. The storm risk drops down to 50 percent on Friday with the high around 87. Source; http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/site/?pageid=event_summary&edis_id=ST-20120711-35747-USA [...]



Eastern U.S. Crop Failure - Deluge and Drought

2011-10-14T23:20:32.099Z

"We warned at the start of ZetaTalk, in 1995, that unpredictable weather extremes, switching about from drought to deluge, would occur and increase on a lineal basis up until the pole shift." ZetaTalk Northeast Farmers Coping with Wet Harvest Season October 14,… "We warned at the start of ZetaTalk, in 1995, that unpredictable weather extremes, switching about from drought to deluge, would occur and increase on a lineal basis up until the pole shift." ZetaTalk Northeast Farmers Coping with Wet Harvest Season October 14, 2011 Wet weather and flooding are causing more than headaches in the Northeast this fall; they are inhibiting the harvest and resulting in lower yields. Farmer Bill Baker in Covington, Pa. says this is the wettest he has seen it since 1972. Baker has come to realize a saying his father, in the farming business since 1955, made was true. "A dry year will scare you to death, but a wet year will starve you to death." The Baker family has weathered many dry and wet years in the Northeast. This year, Baker and many other farmers in the Northeast were having difficulty getting equipment into muddy fields and moving machinery around to harvest corn this fall. Last year rainfall was close to normal (about 22 inches) spanning May 1 through Oct. 15. This year during the same period, rainfall was nearly double the normal amount for the area. Wet weather in the Northeast since the latter half of August has caused the corn crop to be water-logged, and some of the crop is moldy. The corn has simply not dried out enough on its own during the last part of the season. "We are finding that this year's corn crop is about 33 percent water, compared to an average of 7 percent over the years," Baker said. The corn must be dried mechanically prior to being sold. The more water is lost during the drying process from the initial weight, the more there is a loss of profit for the farmer. Wet weather and chilly ground well into spring also cause some issues for early season corn. Corn planted later fared better, with the July hot air and virtually rain-free weather bringing warmer soil temperatures. Some farmers in the Northeast are now having issues with the corn stalks tipping over in the soggy soil to the point equipment cannot harvest the crop. When corn contacts the ground, it runs the risk of being contaminated and subject to rot. This fall, some of the corn kernels have even been resprouting because of the wet weather. Baker said that the recent week of sunny, warm weather and advanced forecast of the same helped the crop a bit and helped planning the harvest a great deal. "We were able to let the fields and the corn dry for a few days and still had some time to get out there and harvest thanks to forecasts by AccuWeather," Baker added. The Baker Family Farm was not flooded, unlike those of less fortunate areas in the Northeast this season, and uses all their corn as silage to feed their cows during the rest of the year. When a field of maturing corn or other crops is flooded, it is considered to be contaminated by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). As a result, the crops cannot enter the food supply of humans or animals. Federal assistance is available for those farmers whose crops were under water from Irene and Lee. In Pennsylvania, marcellus shale gas drilling companies were buying up moldy bales of hay and using them as mulch around their operations. That is allowing some farmers to make money on a crop that would normally not be usable.     Peanut Crop Severely Impacted by Drought The United States has a peanut shortage this fall and soon peanut butter prices will jump around 30 percent. Drought was the main obstacle for peanut growers this year. Tiffany Arthur, an agricultural economist at the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Farm Service Agency, said that in Texas, the air was so dry that irrigation water would evaporate before the water c[...]



Severe Turbulence Causes Injuries On 2 Flights.

2011-10-04T11:33:40.445Z

RSOE EDIS

Event Report

Vehicle Incident in USA on Monday, 03 October, 2011 at 05:46 (05:46 AM) UTC.

 

Severe turbulence contributed to injuries aboard two flights that landed in Boston, authorities said Sunday. In the first incident, seven people were hurt aboard a JetBlue Airways flight from Puerto Rico to Boston, authorities said. Six of those hurt suffered back or neck injuries, said Boston's Logan Airport spokesman Phil…

RSOE EDIS
Event Report

Vehicle Incident in USA on Monday, 03 October, 2011 at 05:46 (05:46 AM) UTC.

 

Severe turbulence contributed to injuries aboard two flights that landed in Boston, authorities said Sunday. In the first incident, seven people were hurt aboard a JetBlue Airways flight from Puerto Rico to Boston, authorities said. Six of those hurt suffered back or neck injuries, said Boston's Logan Airport spokesman Phil Orlandella. The other suffered from a severe coffee burn. Three of those injured refused medical attention, he added. The aircraft was an Airbus 319 model, flying from San Juan with 130 passengers and five crew members on board. Flight 852 landed in its intended destination of Boston around 10 p.m., about 20 minutes ahead of schedule, according to the airline's website. In the second incident, Lufthansa flight 429 headed from Charlotte, North Carolina, to Munich, Germany, was diverted to Boston with 11 reported injuries due to turbulence. There were 245 passengers and 18 crew members on board. Orlandella did not know the extent of the injuries.

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Interesting!

 

RSOE EDIS




What is happening to the trees?

2011-10-02T23:07:03.506Z

Wanted to convey that we had close to freezing weather here in Michigan for 2 days about 3 weeks ago and then it happened again yesterday and the day before we HAD to turn on the heat just to get by. This is not normal, even the farmers almanac has our first freeze listed as October 3rd and to have it so cold in September seemed like a big change at least it was for us. The summer has almost been non stop rain as well. We wanted to know if anyone else noticed the trees...our tree leaves…

Wanted to convey that we had close to freezing weather here in Michigan for 2 days about 3 weeks ago and then it happened again yesterday and the day before we HAD to turn on the heat just to get by. This is not normal, even the farmers almanac has our first freeze listed as October 3rd and to have it so cold in September seemed like a big change at least it was for us. The summer has almost been non stop rain as well. We wanted to know if anyone else noticed the trees...our tree leaves started falling a month and a half ago and most of the leaves have been splotched or have burned in little circles like someone had held a magnifying glass several times to each leaf, these are Maple and Oaks by us, but we have noticed not all trees are being affected like this. The trees themselves at the time were also dropping in spots not uniformly as the fall would have then do normally. The trees are also growing moss all over the bark possibly due to the incessant rain. Anyone else notice this?

 

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Explaining the Earth Wobble

2011-01-04T22:50:19.794Z

Most of us understand the mechanics behind the increasingly erratic weather Earth is experiencing as the result of the magnetic influence of Planet X in the inner solar system. However, articulating this complex dynamic in layman's terms is not always a simple matter. To assist in explaining this dynamic more clearly, I've developed a visual representation of the magnetic influence Planet X has upon the Earth using a compass and another strong magnetic object. 1.  Place a… Most of us understand the mechanics behind the increasingly erratic weather Earth is experiencing as the result of the magnetic influence of Planet X in the inner solar system. However, articulating this complex dynamic in layman's terms is not always a simple matter. To assist in explaining this dynamic more clearly, I've developed a visual representation of the magnetic influence Planet X has upon the Earth using a compass and another strong magnetic object. 1.  Place a compass on a table top away from any metal objects and orient the compass until the arrow is aligned North. 2. Position a magnet or any other magnetic object on the table 2 feet away from the compass in the South direction and slowly move this magnetic object toward the compass. 3.  As the magnet approaches the compass, observe the compass needle. It will either move toward West or toward the East depending on the polarity orientation of the object.  If the north pole of the magnetic object is pointing at the compass, the compass needle will move to the west.  Use this orientation to proceed. 4.  Now, with the compass needle deflected to the west by the presence of the magnetic object, suddenly pull the magnet away while observing the compass needle.  Does it not swing back toward the east before returning to North? This is what is happening daily as the N.Pole of Planet X is increasingly pointed toward the Earth.  Earth's N. Pole deflects away as the hose of magnetic particles from the N. Pole of Planet X assault the Earth which often is depicted in the Magnetosphere Simulator.  Then the Earth will swing back in opposition toward Planet X, "attempting to point its N Pole along the magnetic field lines of Planet X such that its N Pole is pointing toward the S Pole of Planet X. Opposition allows the magnetons to flow from the N Pole of Planet X through the Earth using the Earth's S Pole as an intake and thence on to the S Pole of Planet X."  ZetaTalk This movement, back and forth, to and fro and becoming increasingly more violent, creates turbulence in the atmosphere which translates into erratic temperature gradients mixing warm and cold air which ultimately manifest as unseasonable conditions and violent weather patterns.  As Planet X draws nearer, this dynamic will increase until such time that the seasons have blended completely and the wobble becomes so severe that Earth falls on her side in a Static Lean to the Left, a sign the Last Weeks have commenced.   Excerpt from: http://www.zetatalk.com/index/zeta131.htm ZetaTalk: Earth Wobble written July 17, 2004 The key to the Earth wobble many are now beginning to Notice, and the odd cold spot that lingers over Hudson Bay and in the waters off Nova Scotia, lies in the shape of the Atlantic Rift. We have stated that Planet X is skewed at least 45° along the Sun's magnetic flow lines, pointing its S. Pole away from the S. Pole of the Sun as it rounds this pole, thus putting a tug on the Earth's N. Pole which is attracted and tempted to align with Planet X in an end-to-end arrangement. The tilt of the Earth's N. Pole, leaning somewhat to the right to the side of the Sun Planet X is rounding, has created a false season simulating Summer in the northern hemisphere, were it not for the Constellations being out of place, an almost perfect mask for the approaching monster about to upset life on Earth as its current inh[...]



Tropical Storm Colin

2010-08-06T18:45:30.845Z

Bermuda prepares for it first tropical of the season, with TS Colin due to arrive Sat. Aug.7th @ 9pm.

Winds of up to 50kts are expected, storm passing within 30 miles of the west end of the island.

Weather conditions are a little stable right now, but are expected to deteriorate overnight and early tomorrow.

 

I will post updates as time goes on.   www.sharkoil.bm is our nifty storm tracker ( kudos )

Bermuda prepares for it first tropical of the season, with TS Colin due to arrive Sat. Aug.7th @ 9pm.

Winds of up to 50kts are expected, storm passing within 30 miles of the west end of the island.

Weather conditions are a little stable right now, but are expected to deteriorate overnight and early tomorrow.

 

I will post updates as time goes on.   www.sharkoil.bm is our nifty storm tracker ( kudos )




Earth Wobble: Peru Government Declares Cold Wave Emergency in 16 Regions

2010-07-26T21:36:15.341Z





Quoted:



" Caracas,Monday July 26,2010

LIMA – The Peruvian government declared a state of emergency because of the cold wave gripping a number of districts in the nation’s 16 regions,
according to an urgent decree published Saturday in the official
gazette.



The decree covers all districts of the country more than 3,000 meters (9,800 feet) above sea level, as well as three regions in
the Peruvian jungle…


Quoted:

" Caracas,Monday July 26,2010
LIMA – The Peruvian government declared a state of emergency because of the cold wave gripping a number of districts in the nation’s 16 regions,
according to an urgent decree published Saturday in the official
gazette.

The decree covers all districts of the country more than 3,000 meters (9,800 feet) above sea level, as well as three regions in
the Peruvian jungle that have registered strangely low temperatures in
the last few weeks.


According to official figures, so far this year at least 409 people have died of pneumonia and ailments related to
the cold weather, most of them younger than 5 years old (200 deaths) and
over 60 years (158 deaths).

The emergency declaration, which has a duration of 60 days, covers districts in the regions of Ancash,
Apurimac, Arequipa, Ayacucho, Cusco, Huancavelica, Huanuco, Junin, Lima,
Moquegua, Pasco, Puno and Tacna, which in recent days reached a
temperature of -24 C (-11 F).

A state of emergency was also declared in the jungle regions of Madre de Dios, Ucayali and Loreto...."

end quoted
from:
http://www.laht.com/article.asp?ArticleId=361111&CategoryId=14095



Inuit in Northern Canada Speaking about the 'Earth Tilt'

2010-06-08T02:22:11.468Z

This website has more video's, feedback and even discussion by filmakers who were supposed to be doing a documentary piece on 'Global Warming' and "Climate Change"....Well as they say, they were not prepared for the response they received....…




This website has more video's, feedback and even discussion by filmakers who were supposed to be doing a documentary piece on 'Global Warming' and "Climate Change"....Well as they say, they were not prepared for the response they received....


http://www.isuma.tv/hi/en/inuit-knowledge-and-climate-change/tilted-earth-has-changed-everything


And here is the the same piece being mentioned on a Zetatalk Newsletter.


I feel this is interesting because it shows that people who rely heavily on nature are more astute to the changes in the world that surrounds them....so lets all take this as an example and get in tune with our nature!!!

Take Care



Mongolians 'broken' by harvest of carcasses

2010-05-20T12:50:35.544Z

Just an info:

quoted:

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updated 2:38 a.m. MT, Thurs., May 20, 2010



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SOUTH HANGAY PROVINCE, Mongolia - They call it the zud, a prolonged period of heavy snows and paralyzing cold that adds to the challenges of living on a treeless expanse nearly the…

Just an info:
quoted:
"
updated 2:38 a.m. MT, Thurs., May 20, 2010


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SOUTH HANGAY PROVINCE, Mongolia - They call it the zud, a prolonged period of heavy snows and paralyzing cold that adds to the challenges of living on a treeless
expanse nearly the size of Alaska. But this year’s zud followed a
punishing summer drought that stunted the grass and left Munkhbat
Lkhagvasuren’s herds emaciated and his family in debt after borrowing
money for fodder.

As the snow piled waist high this winter and temperatures plunged to 40 below zero, Mr. Lkhagvasuren crammed two dozen of the weakest goats and
sheep into his yurt. The unlucky ones, more than 1,000 animals, froze to
death in a great heap outside his front door. “I tried everything but
could not fight against nature,” he said tearfully in a recent
interview, the stench of rotting flesh overpowering despite a devilish
wind. “I am broken and lost.”

Mongolia and its 800,000 herders are reeling from the worst winter that anyone can remember. According to United Nations relief officials, nearly eight million cows, yaks, camels, horses, goats
and sheep died, about 17 percent of the country’s livestock. Even if
the spring rains arrive soon, 500,000 more animals are expected to
succumb in the coming weeks. ..."


http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/37248596/ns/world_news-the_new_york_times






Crazy Canadian Weather

2010-03-16T17:23:11.333Z

Hi Everyone, Up here in Canada we have had a really 'MILD' winter (especially where I am in Calgary, Alberta). It struck me as interesting when the following article talking about the lack of precipitation was published in the Calgary Herald. (Please see link below)… Hi Everyone, Up here in Canada we have had a really 'MILD' winter (especially where I am in Calgary, Alberta). It struck me as interesting when the following article talking about the lack of precipitation was published in the Calgary Herald. (Please see link below) http://www.calgaryherald.com/technology/Wacky+winter+signal+years+come+Climatologist/2663423/story.html   Basically Canada has had its warmest winter in 63 years and also has had 22% less precipitation nationally over the normal winters in the past. This is something the Zeta's have mentioned numerous times in Zetatalk. Western Canada (Saskatchewan and Alberta) are considered the Farming Belt of Canada. Crops such as Wheat, barley etc... are grown here for national consumption. It proves the Zeta's prediction that there would be crop shortages etc... coming soon that would affect the price of goods and the amount distributed.  Also, as I type this right now Calgary, Alberta (where I reside) will be experiencing the WARMEST DAY ON RECORD for the month of March. We are going to hit between 18-21 degrees CELSIUS! Thats right it is ~68 Degrees Farenheit in a month that we usually receive most of our snow! Basically it is a HUGE warning that the extreme weather the Zeta's speak about that will happen is already upon us. Now this is not the only day above normal (although it will be the record) the whole month of March for Calgary has been above normal. Most people here don't see a correlation though since Calgary is known for its Chinooks (a warm westerly wing that blows the cold air out of the area) in which it is common to jump within a few hours from: -10 degrees CELSIUS to +10 Degrees CELSIUS ( thats 14 F to 50 F  for my US Brothers and Sisters)... we have a saying here where if you don't like the weather just wait 10 mins. Its suprising that people are not putting the warmest March on record into perspective...instead they keep saying "ohhhh it will get cold again, and go back to normal" (which many of the meteorologists are predicting....but will they be right?)...but people that know the truth know better. Especially when weather on the east coast of the US is worse than in Canada (who would've thought that?). Just thought I would let everyone know the situation up here in Canada and 'Balmy' Calgary at the moment!  Take Care [...]