On November 11 at 7:56 am my compasses in Pennsylvania now read 30° West of North. They moved even more West than days before. Then at 2:19 pm in the afternoon I checked the compasses and the move is now about 58° West of North. Never seen it go this far before.
The Zetas explain.
This stress on the N Pole of the Earth registers on compasses also, as one observer in Pennsylvania noted that the N Pole seemed to be pushed further west as the day progressed. Why would this be? In the early morning in Pennsylvania, the N Pole above Alaska has yet to be exposed to the magnetic pressure from the N Pole of Planet X, which is increasingly pointing toward Earth. In the early afternoon in Pennsylvania, Alaska is almost fully exposed, with the magnetic fields of Earth attempting to bow and mold to escape the pressure of magnetic particles from the N Pole of Planet X.