posted on Dec, 9 2012 @ 09:33 AM
Thank you very much for posting. I live in the north east way above New York and I have been watching the sky since August. I had never been one for
watching the sky but, I started noticing colour differences at night, and I mean beyond the glow of living in a city. At about 3:00am the sky is this
bizarre shade of mauve (looks like one of the old colours they used in Star Trek.) Anyhow because of this I started watching I can tell you without
any doubt (no proof as I do not have friends that work at the observatory but, the Sun rises in the south (Montreal’s South is South-South-East)
yes that is where the sun usually rises but with a slight correction. It used to rise in the South East in the winter months (after November till
February.) Not only that but, I have seen the moon completely sideways making a smiley face on many nights. In my whole life I have never seen this.
I know this because if I had it would have made it into the laughing Gnome humour which surrounds my life in the culture of people I choose to
Your post is one that I came to imagine myself and I have come to believe that the North pole has shifted and is currently somewhere over Siberia near
the central part of Russia which would explain your theory of colder winters in Europe and warmer ones here.. As for the Star Trek Mauve colour in
the night sky I think there may be a new kind of effect on the Aurora Borealis which shows itself here in the north east (not unusual this high up,
though rare) however I think that this aurora type is something new and it is not known how to disseminate the information yet without causing panic.
Thank you for saying what your think and letting us know it is your unproven theory. This lets a lot of people be able to say what they have
experienced for themselves too.
Great stuff here!
Once again this is my personal theory which is right along with yours. I have searched everywhere I can think to find supporting evidence of what I
describe but, alas it is not available, much like your own experience.
Again what a great post.
P.S. There are always those who say it is "too bad you didn't", and "I just found this and it took me 5 minutes to debunk your message." The truth
is you have your experiences and I have mine and whether or not people agree or not I believe that having the ability to make your statement is
exactly what we are here for. To discover and discuss what is not being so. Especially, when you notice change and can find no explanation for it.
This is where people can help and point you in the right direction or add clarifications you might not have considered. Hopefully with
edit on 9-12-2012 by BewilderedandAmused because: Left out a statement.
Here is a link that may explain why things change in some places and not in others as well as how slowly it all moves. However this post by NASA does
concur that pole shifting is a natural part of earth's living features though we do not talk about it.
NASA: Pole shifting a natural occurrence
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BewilderedandAmused because: Added a post from NASA