Re: Betting on Planet-X
In Article <Pine.BSI.4.05L.email@example.com> John Latala wrote:
> On Fri, 3 Aug 2001, Chosp wrote:
>>> I don't think we need to worry about the size of the planet and
>>> it's mass. As I mentioned in my original posting I think all that
>>> counts is the physical pole reversal. In that case all we'd need
>>> then is the two dates between which we can expect our seasons
>>> to change.
>> When Nancy writes "pole shift", do you think she means a
>> magnetic pole reversal or a physical shifting of the earth
>> on its axis? Has she clarified the issue?
> I had the impression from one of her posts that she was talking a
> physical pole shift because she mentioned something about a
> person not even being safe underground due to tectonic plate
> movement ... and then it started getting weird.
I'll detail the weird a bit, in a series of posts. This being the third
At the shift, the surface of the Earth will move, in just
under an hour, more than a quarter turn. Where massive
earthquakes and tidal waves occur when this motion stops,
hurricane force winds, world wide, occur during this shift. ...
During the shift, the atmosphere of the Earth does several
things, all at once.
- It drags along with the Earth, to which it is attracted,
being primarily more involved with gravity attraction
straight down. Do not the waters in your oceans move
with the Earth as it turns? The atmosphere is an ocean
too, just lighter and therefore more mobile.
- It moves as a mass, pushing on air in other places and
likewise, itself being pushed. Thus, even in those places
on the Earth which are not moving, during the shift, being
pivot points, the air is turbulent.
- It swirls, as circular motion in air masses is the response
to conflicting forces, as seen in the circular motion of
tornadoes and hurricanes. ...
Your hurricanes and typhoons represent what occurs
when air masses attempt to move against each other, given
their density and gravity attraction and inertia. These same
factors are in place, are predominant, during the pole shift.
Humans wishing to prepare for these violent winds should
anticipate a force equal to their familiar hurricanes, not
tornado force, although tornadoes will be spawned. Stay
below the Earth's surface, lie low, and tie down everything
you wish to find when it's over.
ZetaTalk, Violent Winds