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The Great Pyramid of Giza as a global positioning marker for the physical pole shifts

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posted on Jan, 25 2016 @ 08:31 PM

originally posted by: hellobruce

originally posted by: beenharmed
then why don't you heed his warnings

Why do you believe the rantings of a nutter?

Because the nutter was possessed by the information, being how he knew about the condition imposed upon his person by his brother's ancient occult practices.

Pope Nicholas IV owned the University that he studied...Franciscan order, who were considered most holy.

Francis of Assisi who gained stigmata.

The psychic information from being irradiated proves that the human mind is affected by the conditions of astronomical bodies and radiation heating. Radiation heating in ancient times, was from the building practice of levitation, which altered gravitational forces.

This is why stigmata was the exact same outcome caused by nuclear fuel's creation in modern times.

posted on Jan, 26 2016 @ 12:34 AM
a reply to: beenharmed

In other words, because you're even nuttier.

posted on Jan, 26 2016 @ 06:58 PM
a reply to: AdmireTheDistance

Why post an image of a human brain?

posted on Feb, 1 2016 @ 07:57 PM

originally posted by: hellobruce

No it is not, actually!

originally posted by: AdmireTheDistance

No, it's actually moving the opposite direction, and has been since the late 1800s.

The North Magnetic Pole is tacking towards Siberia. In David Meade's 2016 book 'Will Planet X Signal the Rapture?' he believes it will end up at the Tunguska Event location.

I believe the next North Pole will be in Siberia, northwest of Lake Baikal, near the borders of Russia and Mongolia. There is a large magnetic anomaly there. The famous Tunguska blast event of 1908 occurred there. The Magnetic North Pole is already moving in that direction. Founders of the pole shift theory feel this is the likely location of our next North Pole. i84Q&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjwldS829fKAhWKnYMKHUVuADgQ6AEISTAK#v=onepage&q=magnetic%20north%20pole%20tunguska&f=false

The following sequence of figures shows the change of the magnetic field intensity over the last 200 years [], along with the North Magnetic Pole (NMP) movement map []. Around 1900 the NMP reversed direction and started accelerating north towards the Arctic. This coincides with an increase in the magnetic field intensity in northern Siberia, and the subsequent development of two north magnetic intensities. In 1800 there was a single north magnetic intensity over northern Canada; by early 1900s the Siberian intensity was growing; by 2000 the Siberian intensity was the stronger of the two. The location of the center of the Siberian magnetic flux intensity is the same location as the Tunguska event.

The following figures show the magnetic field intensity (left) and the magnetic meridians (right) in 2000 []. The magnetic field is asymmetrical – with two field maxima: one over the northwest shore of Hudson Bay in Canada, and one over the Central Siberian Plateau. The convergences of the magnetic meridians indicate the approximate path followed by the moving NMP. The NMP is marked by the magenta star just entering the Arctic Ocean area north of the Canadian archipelago as it heads along the line of magnetic meridian convergence towards Siberia.

hellobruce , you were good enough to provide me with a NOAA link in your reply. If you go to that link and check all the boxes on the left including 'Modeled Historical Track of Poles 1590 - 2020' and 'Observed Pole Locations' and then click on the 'Arctic' tab on the right, you will see that the NOAA map of the NMP movement looks a lot like the Magnetic Meridians map I inserted from the 'Tunguska – Connected to Global Warming?' article above.

originally posted by: AdmireTheDistance

Close, but it's actually around 60.0208° South of the North Pole, and 29.9792° North of the equator.

You are nitpicking, sir.

originally posted by: AdmireTheDistance

There is no place called Tunguska. There are some rivers named Tunguska, though. If you're referring to the location of the Tunguska Event, that is over 80 miles away from Lake Baikal. Not really what I'd consider right next to it.

AdmireTheDistance, you are right. Thank you for pointing this out.

When I used Google Maps it showed a different 'Tunguska' location in Siberia near Lake Baikal than where the actual Tunguska Event occurred. The Tunguska Event is named after the nearby Stony Tunguska River in Siberia. Its location in Siberia is actually 623.2 kilometres (387.2 miles) to the closest shoreline of Lake Baikal. AdmireTheDistance, apparently you used Google Maps as well. You say that 'the Tunguska Event' is 80 miles away from Lake Baikal. My measurement of the other 'Tunguska' to the closest shoreline of Lake Baikal is 120.3 kilometres, or 74.8 miles. One can never trust Google Maps to pick the correct location, apparently.

originally posted by: Mianeye

For the geographic poles to shift else were the planet would need to tilt , the magnetic poles have nothing to do with where it's cold, the magnetic poles are the only one moving.

originally posted by: OccamsRazor04

Are you under the mistaken impression that the whole Earth itself is tilting and moving? How else would the arctic move?

Hugh Auchincloss Brown, Immanuel Velikovsky, Charles Hapgood, Rand Flem-Ath, Richard W. Noone and other proponents of the pole shift theory. The 2 poles do not actually 'flip' to other locations on earth. The North Pole will still be in the same location, i.e., pointing towards the star Polaris. It is the outer crust of the earth that will slide on the inner liquid magma core so that another geographic location will at the North Pole and beneath the star Polaris.

originally posted by: ignorant_ape

just to clarify this thread - can you please outline what happened diring the last pole shift - and when this occured

During the last pole shift all the ice and glaciers that were at the North and South Poles melted. (Remember the Deluge from the Noah's Ark story in the Bible?) During the last pole shift a new Ice Age occurred at the new North and South Pole locations. (Remember the woolly mammoth that was found in Siberia that was flash frozen to death while still chewing the cud from a temperate climate vegetation?)

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