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Pole shift, what is it, how does it feel ?

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posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 03:35 AM
After reading about many threads, including "warnings from the benevolent's", they all speak of a pole shift. When I first started reading about 2012, I thought to my self " wow, I hope the only thing that happens is a pole shift and nothing else "

After reading a lot more, I know now a pole shift pretty much equals almost to the end of the world, or at least 2/3 of this planet dead.

I am wondering, what happens during a pole shift, what would people on this planet feel during a pole shift ? they say it can cause 1000 foot tsunamis , well even before the shock wave to create that, what would we feel or see during the actually shift, the movement, before anything else..

I known none of us have obviously seen what happens during a pole shift.
but are there any studies or ideas, as to what exactly we would feel during a fast sudden pole shift ?

I hope this made sense, just curious.

posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 03:39 AM
It will be like someone ripped the carpet from under you, then the waves will come...

posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 05:01 AM
This dude sounds to be into this scenario, you should probably watch all 16 parts..

Part 3 For more information visit This video includes: Ivan/Evon Stein providing a detailed understanding of the galactic equator; when and how Earth passes the galactic equator; what kind of energies exist there; what are the possible causes to Earth and the solar system; and how the galactic equator may be responsible for the polar shift, reversal of Earths rotation, and the coming ice age. This video includes scientific examples of how energy is released on the galactic equator, along with deep space photos from the Hubble telescope of galaxies and visual energy being released by a galaxy. Ivan demonstrates the path that Earth takes around the Milky Way galaxy and the frequency of passing the galactic equator.

posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 05:17 AM
A question for you all :

Let us say the SHTF, all you have read comes to pass, BUT, you really have to go to the WC and you must relly pee and take a #, what would you do ?
Go to the toilette and do your thing, or , or ..
What you do ?

posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 05:36 AM
I have read a lot about the pole shift. And its not what you think. The surface of the planet ain't going to flip. That's not what a pole shift is.

A pole shift is all about the magnetic current shifting its direction a 180 degrees. To day the magnetic current is traveling from the south pole to the North pole. And that you can see by looking at your compass the needle points to the North and South. And it does that because the magnetic current is moving S to N.

By studying ancient pottery and lava. We can study how the magnetic elements within Iron lined up to the magnetic current N and S at that present time.

By doing this we can measure the strength and direction of the magnetic current at the time lave and the pottery cooled down after being made.

Scientists have found ancient magnetic iron in lave sediments that point to the south pole. The lava was dated to be around 780 000 years old. And Iron always points to the same direction of the magnetic current that is created by the Earths core.

In ancient pottery they have found that N and S was of by up to 60 degrees compare too to days magnetic N and S.

The magnetic current is produced by the movement within the earth core. The core is molted Iron that flows in a specific direction since N and S is stationary at present time. And the current that is produced by by the movement of molted Iron. Affects the Iron in rock sediments as it cools down and becomes solid.

[edit on 27.06.08 by spy66]

posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 10:23 AM
The pole shift doesn't mean the earth flips over - that's an entirely different thing.

The poles are actually moving today as we speak.

Sometimes the magnetic poles will flip places, as has been documented in the past.

Here is a good site with good info for you.

posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 04:46 PM
How does it feel?

As the last one was over 5000 years ago it's hard to get a first hand account.

From my understanding, one of the worst effects is that the Van Allen belt will get screwed up for a while and solar bursts will toast most of the Earth until it re-forms.

posted on Oct, 6 2009 @ 05:37 PM

Originally posted by butch_uk
How does it feel?

As the last one was over 5000 years ago it's hard to get a first hand account.

From my understanding, one of the worst effects is that the Van Allen belt will get screwed up for a while and solar bursts will toast most of the Earth until it re-forms. happened 5000 years ago, and it "toasted most of the Earth until it re-formed"?

I'd like to see your geological evidence of said "toasting" and "reforming" in the last five millenia.

posted on Oct, 7 2009 @ 05:22 AM
Thanks for the replies, I see what you all are saying about it being magnetic, and not the actual planet moving ,but others say it will be a magnetic shift and a physical one..

and if its just magnetic, how would this create 500-1000 ft tsunamis and earthquakes ?

I will check those videos out chem, thanks.

posted on Oct, 7 2009 @ 06:05 AM
My understanding is that these types of events will take over thousands of years to happen, there is no pole shift within days from north to south,
the crust will not tip over and cause massive tidal waves the world over. the countries will not sink or rise, there won't be volcanoes erupting in every continent, and there is No planet x around to cause any of these things. don't believe everything you read on here without substancial and scientific proof of these matters.
good luck.

posted on Oct, 7 2009 @ 06:37 AM
There are a few things that can make the tectonic plated move.

A change in the movement of the molted iron core. This might affect the surface because of friction. This will also result in a change in magnetic poles.
Change in the molted Iron temperature. If the temperature rises the pressure will increase and push upwards. That might cause volcanic eruptions and earthquakes. But for the temperature to rise in the core. There would first have to be a increase in pressure on the surface (Atmosphere).
If the temperature decreases the pressure will also decrease. And the pressure from earths mass will compress downwards. But i dont see that happening. For the core to cool down, that would mean we would have to have a reduction in our atmospheric pressure which gives everything mass/weight. Less weight that gives pressure to the center of our planet less temperatures there will be.

Radioactive rays can also change the temperatures within the core as well but we would be dead a long time before the radioactive rays would reach the core.

[edit on 27.06.08 by spy66]

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