Magnetic anomalies at my house

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posted on Jul, 11 2013 @ 05:43 PM
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I acquired a compass recently and was checking it out and noticed it was moving around.
I set it and another compass for comparison, on a chair and then moved it to another, about 18 inches to 2 feet, and it moved the north needle about 25 degrees.

To insure it was not magnetic interference from speakers, etc...
I went out back and put it on the deck railing.

We set the compass at North and moving it about a Heineken beer bottle in distance and the north needle spun to south.

Many times at this house I have set something down and then not find it, even with 3 or 4 people looking and double checking all the searched areas to no avail and then 2 or 3 days later, I come home and the item is sitting on my desk right in front of me in plain sight.

I have a cigarette case and yesterday, I placed it down and went to my bedroom and then once again, could not find it anywhere.
Just before writing this, I came home to get a title because I sold one of my vehicles, and there it was.

I really think this magnetic anomaly has something to do with the disappearance and reappearance of items, mostly in my office area.

Check out these videos to see it for yourself.
The first part is in my office.
The second part is out back on my deck railing.

Part 2 Magnetic Anomalies at my house

Part 2 Magnetic anomalies at my house

What do you think is causing this?
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posted on Jul, 11 2013 @ 06:41 PM
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Firstly, I would try it with more than just two compasses. We sell compasses where I work and it is not outside the realms of possibility that one of those compasses is faulty. If one or both of them has been near a strong magnet or has been dropped, they could be way off in terms of accuracy. I have seen many of the cheap low grade compasses we sell have different versions of where north is. But when I get out our digital handheld gps with inbuilt compass, the inaccuracies go away.



posted on Jul, 11 2013 @ 09:17 PM
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Originally posted by markosity1973
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Firstly, I would try it with more than just two compasses. We sell compasses where I work and it is not outside the realms of possibility that one of those compasses is faulty. If one or both of them has been near a strong magnet or has been dropped, they could be way off in terms of accuracy. I have seen many of the cheap low grade compasses we sell have different versions of where north is. But when I get out our digital handheld gps with inbuilt compass, the inaccuracies go away.



Is your GPS compass electronic or differential?

also, on the cheap versions you are familiar with, could you replicate this phenomenon (sliding the compass a foot and having close to 180 degree difference?>

I will take you up on this and try it with other compasses.
I will post results when I do it, but I have to get some first.



posted on Jul, 11 2013 @ 09:27 PM
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Originally posted by imd12c4funn
Is your GPS compass electronic or differential?

also, on the cheap versions you are familiar with, could you replicate this phenomenon (sliding the compass a foot and having close to 180 degree difference?>

I will take you up on this and try it with other compasses.
I will post results when I do it, but I have to get some first.


We sell both types of GPS compass in my store. Yes, broken compasses do weird things and I have seen that result before, where they cannot rest and consistently decide where north is when you move them around. I actually have a name brand compass that has been returned to my store that is doing just that at the moment.

*IF* you find that any compass will replicate the results, the next step is to look for magnetic interference i.e. strong electromangetic fields from say a nearby cell tower, a giant magnet stuck under your house - okay I'm being ridiculous with that one
or even the bedrock your house is built on i.e a seam of magnetite etc.

I'm not saying that you don't have a magnetic anomaly, just suggesting you try and replicate the results with a few more compasses first. I am very interested in your story, as there are places in the earth's crust where the magentic field is weakening and doing weird things, but one has to rule out the obvious first.
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posted on Jul, 11 2013 @ 09:57 PM
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Since your in Seattle.....(very lovely city)......Maybe your compass is telling you that the cascadia fault line is about to explode


As far as things disappearing and reappearing....lay off the you know what


Or maybe, you should put the Oujia board for a while!

OK....I am all out of ideas!!





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