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Magnetic Pole Shift, due to Magnetic Polarity of the Galactic Event Horizon?

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posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 12:53 PM
My proposal of why the south pole has been moving away from the southern geographical pole (technically, its the actual magnetic north pole down there that is moving, as the magnetic poles have flipped before) and why the north pole has wobbled so much and is now bending down.

We are headed for the event horizon of our galaxy. We are headed for the Mayan dark rift.

This is why we have magnetic pole reversals. The sun changes its poles on a regular basis due to its internal matrix. The earth has a slower system, a lethargic system, to where only great magnetic changes can affect it.

The event horizon of a black hole or of a galaxy that comes from its central black hole is magnetically charged.

It is north polarized in this section, and as we approach it, the south pole, (the true magnetic north pole), is naturally repulsed by it, so it has been steadily moving upwards and away from the event horizon, or 2012 Mayan rift.

The north pole, (or magnetic south pole), is naturally attracted to this force since opposite poles attract. But because of its current placement, it has to fight the magnetic forces of the current south pole. Thus, like magnets pushed together with same poles, it wobbles, until, finally, it can be pulled on by a force stronger than the repulsion of the nearest smaller force. In other words, the north pole is now no longer wobbling. It is headed in the direction of the greatest attractive force, the galactic event horizon, which is south of us, and the greatest lump of it, is pulling at us from an angle.

When we get closer to the event horizon or dark rift, the north pole will be pulled down while the south pole will be pushed up and away. It is then that the planet's core will feel an enormous tug, and major earthquakes will hit the planet. This magnetic event is being played out before our very eyes, and may be completed in the following months, up to three years, but it seems to have speeded up and may happen before 2012.

Take a look at this video, and see for yourselves how this theory fits all the observations.

Magnetic Pole Movement Video

edit on 16-1-2011 by Nyhee because: (no reason given)

posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 01:12 PM
To learn about the likely magnetism of event horizons, study up on Kip Thorne and his theories on black holes.

One interesting book, that I have not read all the way through is, Black holes: The Membrane Paradigm, by Kip Thorne and Richard Price.

A snippet can be found here:

Google Books, Black Holes: Membrane Paradigm


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