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Yowbarb - MONITORING THE CHANGES => EARTH CHANGES => Topic started by: R.R. Book on August 18, 2018, 10:37:40 AM

Title: Tracking the changing pole locations
Post by: R.R. Book on August 18, 2018, 10:37:40 AM
Moving this previous post to start a thread in a more appropriate location:

Those who have been watching Dutchsinse for a while are probably aware of his teaching about the possibility that seismic energy in one location can transfer to its opposite, or antipode, point on the globe.  Here is a website which permits the user to type in a given location to find its exact antipode, without having a physical globe model in front of you to approximate the location with your fingers.  Use zip codes for more refined searches when possible.

Another extrapolated use for this is to get a sense of where the new South Pole would be located given a hypothetical North Pole, and vice versa, or new Equatorial coordinates.  Its a little more precise than turning a Google Earth Pro globe with your mouse :)

https://www.antipodr.com/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antipodes

(http://www.jason-palmer.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/antipodr.png)

A different website, Tunnel Map, uses latitude and longitude coordinates instead.

https://www.findlatitudeandlongitude.com/antipode-map/

The flat-map results can then be used on an interactive 3D online globe image if desired.

Since one prediction exists that the bulge of Brazil will be the new North Pole, for example, I plugged Natal, Brazil coordinates into the second website above and discovered that the Caroline Islands north of Papua New Guinea would be the antipode.

Of course, no one wishes that anyone else would end up at the new poles, and we pray that unpopulated areas - with plenty of margin to spare - receive that dubious distinction in the Aftertime.
Title: Re: Tracking the changing pole locations
Post by: R.R. Book on August 18, 2018, 10:40:37 AM
This fellow must have been on the same wave-length, as he published this around the same time as the above post, but comes to a different future pole location conclusion using another starting point and an alternate antipode website:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spN5-vhqVdU
Title: Re: Tracking the changing pole locations
Post by: Jimfarmer on August 18, 2018, 11:39:38 AM
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Since one prediction exists that the bulge of Brazil will be the new North Pole, for example, I plugged Natal, Brazil coordinates into the second website above and discovered that the Caroline Islands north of Papua New Guinea would be the antipode.

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Here is ZetaTalk that may help
https://www.zetatalk.com/ning/17jy2010.htm

[question] Your future map and other discussions mention the new N Pole off the eastern tip of Brazil, but this map made into a globe: shows that it would be highly misleading to characterize the new N Pole as anywhere near Brazil, because it is shown as west of the present southern tip of Africa. Would it be too much trouble to give the present longitude and latitude of what will be the future N Pole? Would the Zetas mind giving the present latitude and longitude of the future N Pole? [and from another] If you are referring to the circle that says "New", it's referring to the new land that would show up between Africa and South America.

[answer] Under our direction Nancy has ascertained via Google Earth that the new N Pole will be at the current lat/long of 5°S and 29°W and the new S Pole will be the current lat/long of 10°N and 78°E. These points are not on opposites of the globe from one another today. The Pacific compresses, the Atlantic widens, the S America Plate crunches through much of what is now the Caribbean Plate, and all this and more reform the globe somewhat so that geographical points are not relative to other geographical points as they are today. However, as a general guide to determine your new latitude, using these points and the map of the new geography and our statements on where the new Equator will ride should help you determine with more accuracy your new climate.

Reply #2:
"Reply by Nancy Lieder ... the quick answer is that the Pacific shortens, the Atlantic widens, Caribbean crunchs, etc etc."
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Those locations for the news poles are not antipodes at present.  If they become antipodes, then the Atlantic Ocean expands by 5050 miles, and the Pacific and Indian oceans contract by 5050 miles, according to my calculations.  I informed zetatalk, but to my knowledge, they have not issued a new world map with those changes included.  If anyone has access to software that can shift continents on a globe, let's do it.  -- Jim
Title: Re: Tracking the changing pole locations
Post by: R.R. Book on August 18, 2018, 12:09:53 PM
Good link Jim!  So plugging those coordinates into this GPS finder:

https://domino.iqm.ro/home.nsf/GPS

...we come up with the following locations for the new North and South Poles, per the Zetas:
Title: Re: Tracking the changing pole locations
Post by: R.R. Book on August 18, 2018, 12:20:27 PM
So, given Jim's information, it would not currently be possible, at least not without special software, to place the above two locations for North and South Poles simultaneously on an interactive globe, because we'd need to lose a chunk of the Pacific first.  In other words, the middle of Africa and the southern tip of India are presently located too close together to even begin to turn them into antipodes on a globe, without some serious terraforming first.

But we might try placing the middle of Africa at the present North Pole to get a rough idea of how the Atlantic side of the globe might turn out...minus the 5,000 mile expansion (if someone can do a better job turning a globe with their mouse, please contribute a screenshot of what you come up with, because I do a very clunky job of it):

https://www.echalk.co.uk/Science/physics/solarSystem/InteractiveEarth/interactiveEarth.html
Title: Re: Tracking the changing pole locations
Post by: R.R. Book on January 27, 2019, 05:49:23 PM
Dr. Claudia Albers published a white paper last week proposing that there are now two North Poles on earth:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6EqfZZZiBWY

(https://i.ytimg.com/vi/6EqfZZZiBWY/hqdefault.jpg)
Title: Re: Tracking the changing pole locations
Post by: R.R. Book on November 28, 2019, 06:42:42 PM
Florida Maquis discovered a Google Earth location in Brazil named Polo Norte, or "North Pole," and speculates as to why it may have been named that:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrqPUuCAAMo
Title: Re: Tracking the changing pole locations
Post by: ilinda on November 29, 2019, 09:57:16 AM
Florida Maquis discovered a Google Earth location in Brazil named Polo Norte, or "North Pole," and speculates as to why it may have been named that:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrqPUuCAAMo
Foreshadowing by Natives?
Title: Re: Tracking the changing pole locations
Post by: R.R. Book on November 30, 2019, 06:57:09 AM
One wonders whether the indigenous people named it, or Google Maps slipped that in there, as they were marking the vicinity with green pushpins, IIRC.