Look up. Something is very wrong.
There goes an old saying.
“Believe half of what you see and nothing of what you hear.”
Well next time you’re watching a sunset, get your trusty compass out and take a look at where it ends up. You will see that it sets far due north-west of where it should be.
If you only believe half of that, gaze up at the Southern Cross. Instead of where it normally is, you’ll find it very much south-east of where it should be.
Then when you’re done scratching your head, go inside and take out a Moon chart then take a look at the Moon. Compare the pre-eclipse Moon of December 2010 to now and you will notice a 90 degree tilt has occurred.
In the academic world, Cornell University picked up on some of these discrepancies and posted this video which discusses – quite seriously – the “wrong orbit” of the Moon.
People around the world are equally as baffled, and are wanting answers.
Just do a YouTube search of the above anomalies and you’ll see people from all around the world (irrespective of what season it is) who share the exact same concerns.
The above video illustrates the concerns of the Inuit people in the Arctic who, like all native hunters, use the positioning of the Sun and stars to navigate.
One of them, Inookie Adamie, says “I have lived here all my life and have watched the Sun…where [the Sun] rises has not changed much but the sunset has shifted way over.”
Over the other side of the world in the United Kingdom, a man shows us how by using his compass he can observe that the Sun is setting in the far north-west (quite a way out from where it should be).
Across the Atlantic, a north Minnesota man wrote to the site Rumour Mill News.com about this anomaly. He was driving home looking at the sunset when he noticed that something was very wrong.
“I began telling my wife everything is wrong here,” the former US Navy pilot said. “The Sun is way north of where it should be at sunset.” He goes on to plead for readers to prove him wrong.
It’s worrying enough that NASA (or any other reputable space agency) hasn’t addressed this, but when did all of this happen exactly?
At what point did this monumental transformative anomaly take place? It’s almost like something out of the show FlashFoward where everyone has no recollection of what happened.
Something that is disturbing food for thought is that in the time immediately after the December 2010 eclipse, mass fish, bird, seal, whale and cow die-offs began occurring.
Despite the occasion instance of the respective cooling and warming ocean temperatures in some parts of the world, scientists could offer no explanation whatsoever to the public.
But when the positioning of the Sun, Moon and stars are askew, that tells us something far more alarming.
Either the Earth’s tilt has changed dramatically (which you’d assume we’d notice), or something has changed the physical orbit of the Sun and Moon.
This is bizarre stuff, I know. It’s something reserved for conspiracy forums and late night banter, but unlike the ‘theories’ this is fact. It’s physical, tangible and plainly visible to the naked eye.
Not just here in Australia, but to every single person around the planet. That said, it’s worth asking where the media is on this one.
Feel free to try and debunk me on this. While you’re at it hopefully you’ll put everyone else’s mind at rest too.
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