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Milankovitch Cycles is Earth’s precession Polaris (North Star) to Star VEGA at 24.5 ° – Geomagnetic Storm Cell Patterns Reveal Axial TILT 8 Oct 2012

October 8, 2012

precission earth’s axis has tilted to 23.5 to 24.5 degrees oct 8 2012 according to geomagnetic storm cell patterns seen along east coast atlantic ocean north america continent


precission earth’s axis has tilted to 23.5 to 24.5 degrees oct 8 2012 according to geomagnetic storm cell patterns seen along east coast atlantic ocean north america continent

the idea girl says

I’ve noticed in the past few weeks the geomagnetic cells started to change their up and down pattern of marching on the north america continent. For 9 months day after day they did the same thing an d; then the Sun went over the Equator during the latest Equinox and everything’s changed from the geomagnetic storm cells patterns, hurricane locations start and finish and the Satellite photos from intellicast are a HUGE indicator something’s not RIGHT!.

I could be wrong but at the same time, portions of the satellite are blanked out over the pacific and atlantic oceans and both satellite pics are off by the SAME amount of degrees and no one seemed to notice that not all the DATA was being reported properly. I did, I emailed them asking them what was going on… no response (usually this happens) and they correct things but not the satellites, they are totally off course for about 3 weeks now.

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Due to this wobble a climatically significant alteration must take place. When the axis is tilted towards Vega the positions of the Northern Hemisphere winter and summer solstices will coincide with the aphelion and perihelion, respectively. This means that the Northern Hemisphere will experience winter when the Earth is furthest from the Sun and summer when the Earth is closest to the Sun. This coincidence will result in greater seasonal contrasts. At present, the Earth is at perihelion very close to the winter solstice.

quote source:
http://www.indiana.edu/~geol105/images/gaia_chapter_4/milankovitch.htm

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