December 20, 2015

from AxisChange Website






All of you who live south of the Tropic of Capricorn need to measure the sun position today at dawn and dusk. Use a clock face.

  • 12 for due South

  • 3 for West

  • 9 for East

  • Sunrise should be somewhere near 10 or 11 on the clock face angle

  • Sunset should appear near 1 or 2

Be sure to measure when the sun is in contact with the flat horizon. Mountains will obscure the results.

Just one side measurement is ok if you have mountains on the other side.

Also, if you missed your Dec 21st measurement, you can still obtain the sun's position for the next week or soonest possible day. We just need an idea. It doesn't have to be perfect.

If you are unsure about the clock face, read the previous posts on how to measure the sun position with an imaginary clock face. I simply inverted the clock to face south for you. If you wish to invert the clock in the opposite direction it is OK.


Just be sure to tell us which number points to the South.




OK, With North at 12 o'clock the sun set at 7.30pm and on the clock face at between the 8 o'clock and 9 o'clock, position December 22nd AWST
Comment by BJ - December 22, 2015 @ 7:05 pm

OK. So if the 12 o'clock position was supposed to point south, then your observation is that the sun set between the 3 and 4 o'clock position. This is consistent with an axis tilt that is closer to pre-2000 values.
Comment by Robert Graham - December 23, 2015 @ 3:31 pm

Those measurements were from Australia. The key points in the Southern Hemisphere are the opposite from us. But Yes, that is what we've noted since this past June 2015.

The axis had significantly increased between 2013 and 2014 to the point where it was increased by a factor of 2000 miles when Compared to the pre Y2K axis tilt. (Y2K the year; not the doomsday predictions.)

As for the position of the sun, it significantly reversed between 2014 and 2015 by about 1200 miles so we now (as of June 2015) have a post Y2K axis tilt increase of about 800 to 850 miles. It had somehow reversed and restored part of our earlier tilt comparative to our 2006 measurements.


So we are now leaning only 800+ miles further on our axis than pre-Y2K… instead of the 2000 mile increase we measured in 2014.

I have no idea as to how or why our increasing tilt suddenly reversed itself. We are not back to normal. We are still off by 800+ miles but it is a significant and unexpected improvement.

But that is not necessarily a good sign. It could be an end stage wobble like a spinning top when it slows down and begins to wobble erratically just before it falls over. Or maybe my offline commenter was correct when he said the govt's are using multiple CERN type systems placed at key global positions to realign the planet. That is certainly not in my field of expertise.


But with the things I do know, reality is so far beyond any conspiracy theory that I don't dismiss any possibility.

As I have said since June 2015, our axis tilt has reversed direction and improved our dilemma by giving us a 1200 mile decrease from the 2014 measurement of 2000 miles. It looks good but it could be bad. A death wobble.

The question is: what will it do in 2016, 2017, etc? We will have to watch, wait and measure the changes to find out why it suddenly reversed direction. Especially when it had significantly increased by 850 miles the previous year in 2014. And whether it is a bad sign or a good one.

Those are two extensive changes in opposite directions in just 2 years. An 850 mile increase in 2014 and a 1200 mile decrease in 2015. I never would have believed it if I had not measured it myself. I had also said the 2014 increase would create a record breaking severe winter while our meteorologists predicted the opposite.


That's when we had that hellacious winter last year with nonstop blizzards and 40′ snow drifts burying the entire New England states. That record breaking winter was due to the 2014 axis tilt increase.

Now that we have significantly decreased the tilt, I said we would have a much milder winter this year. The meteorologists are predicting a severely cold winter. It was 75 degrees today. I think my batting average is much better than theirs.

Perhaps our fearless leaders are experimenting with some inconceivable technology and made the situation worse before better. I cant think of any technology we could create which would affect the planet on a global scale. But then again, it's not in my field of expertise. Perhaps they found a way to manipulate the EM fields.


I can't conceive of such a capability of managing such global forces. But anything is possible. Who am I to question what we can do or gauge our technological limitations.

We can all see the sun is not where it should be and is far beyond the tropic lines. We know the sun should never shine in the north windows but there it is. Sunlight streaming in during sunrise and sunset in June.

Thus, all we can do is measure it in June so I can compare it with the measurements I have collected over the past 10 years. My July post contains a photo which shows the position of the sun during some of those measurements over the decade. As of June 2015, the suns position is back to where it was in 2006.


It is still 800+ miles too far to the north during the summer and the same amount too for to the south in the Winter but a lot better than the 2000 miles variance it had in 2014. I would not be surprised to see it back to pre Y2K normal in June based on the measurements from Australia this week. If I knew why it suddenly flip-flopped positions I would be less worried.


If our scientists (like the TV show Eureka) did power up a group of giant CERN-like systems which were really covert field manipulators instead of colliders, which they used to correct the tilt, I couldn't be happier.

But logic tells me it required a hell of a lot of planetary forces for our planet to make such drastic changes and reversals like it has since 2014. That worries me and makes me think of the spinning top analogy.

I hope everyone has been making their own measurements and observations each June so they wont have to take my word for it. We can't do anything about it except to keep informed and prepared. We may be lucky and have these catastrophes bypass our lifetimes entirely.

Panic would be a waste of energy so I just try to provide and update the info. I don't want to create one of those end of world prediction sites. Just basic info which everyone can see and verify for themselves without being bullied by gov't hirelings and AH's.

All we can do is continue to measure the sun on the solstices to see whether it continues to improve or does a final death wobble onto its side. How do they say it? Hope for the best but prepare for the worst… Just in case.


We certainly can't do anything about it except continue to remain informed and be prepared for survival needs.


If you should see the gov't change their behavior and scrambling for cover, it would be a good idea to take those actions seriously for a potential upcoming catastrophe regardless as to whether it is the planetary tilt, an asteroid or attack.


We would also appreciate if our followers would share such observations with us… before the internet crashes.

Here is the link to my July 2015 post with the photo of some of my measurements over the past 10 years. The 2006 and 2015 solar positions are the same.

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Comment by mmc7 - December 23, 2015 @ 6:13 pm

Something seems to be blocking comments.

Measuring axis tilt from the Northern Hemisphere.

Latitude = 40.73
Angle of Sun = 29.15
Axis Tilt = 20.12

Miles beyond normal inclination = 234

The earth has wobbled back beyond the normal inclination by 3.38 degrees.
Comment by Robert Graham - December 21, 2015 @ 5:55 pm

WAY out!! I only just sent a pic to my posse, showing the sun setting at nearly 7 o'clock with 12 being north, also rising about the 4 o'clock position but hills in the way, I'm In Perth WA Dec 21st your time or ours?

That was yesterday, I'll get a better reading tonight, 22nd 12 EAST. Also are people over there aware it is still Autumn NOT WINTER YET!!
Comment by BJ - December 21, 2015 @ 5:41 pm

The axis tilt can also be measured from the Northern Hemisphere.
My latitude is 40.73. The sun is at 29.15. The computed axis tilt is 20.12 degrees.
This is 840 miles beyond the historic axis tilt of 23.5 degrees.

More sun in Arctic. Less sun in Antarctic.
Comment by Robert Graham - December 21, 2015 @ 10:59 am

It is more difficult to be accurate from the northern hemisphere during the winter solstice which is why we need the Australia and south Africa sightings to confirm and compare. If you look at my June observations I mentioned we had regressed about 1200 miles toward our normal axis tilt angle and would have a milder winter this year.


We are still off by about 800 to 850 miles. So it is helpful to have comparative observations from everyone. The measurements are much appreciated from any location.

Here is my long dissertation from the improved changes last June; pasted below. I didn't want everyone to jump to the wrong conclusion. It will be a couple years before we can determine if this is a lasting improvement or a death wobble.


I'm hoping the next Summer solstice will continue to have good measurements.

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I was surprised to see the axis angle regress last June. I wasn't expecting that.


We had been getting consistently worse since 2004. June 2015 was a significant change in the opposite direction (for the better). But I described several possible negative reasons for such an improvement which we need to consider before jumping to rash conclusions. Which is why we really need to keep track of the sun's position for the next couple years.

We need to ensure this isn't some type of final death wobble which I compare to a spinning top which does some final exaggerated wobbles just before it falls over. I refer to that as a death wobble and caution everyone not to assume that regression (improvement) in our axis tilt as a good sign too soon.


But to be wary and continue to keep a watchful eye on the changes over the next couple years. If it reverts again to its pre 2014 measurements, it would be a bad sign. If it maintains or improves on this recession toward our normal tilt, then it would be a good sign.


It is unfortunate it takes so long between Solstices. (note: I try to keep the analogies and methods simple so everyone can participate).

That was a huge reversion we measured last June and was accompanied with some significant volcanic activity last May. While we will have a milder winter we are still off our normal axis tilt by about 850 miles affecting the weather from our pre 2003 measurements.

I will be interested to see if it wobbles back again in the summer. There's certainly no precedent for this in our lifetimes.

One of my offline posters who do not wish me to publicize their comments feels the govt's have positioned large CERN-like Electromagnetic generators interacting to realign the axis. As a scientist and engineer I don't have any evidence to back that up but I do have an open mind and we did have excessive axis shifts in opposite directions from 2013 to 2014 and the reverse direction from 2014 to 2015.


So nothing would surprise me.


Clearly those colliders can generate some hellacious EM fields and they certainly have had more down time than productivity for science so I hope they put it to some good use for the expense involved. Usually, most conspiracy theories turn out to be true. More often than not, the real conspiracies are far worse than anyone can imagine.

I do know they have blocked our view of the Center of the south pole satellite imagery since 2009 and only show altered pre 2009 imagery. So I do wonder what the reason is. Lack of new imagery or construction of something they don't want seen.


Anything is possible. They have HAARP at the Arctic circle, so why not something else at the south pole.


 I can't think of why they are blocking the images. It's not as if we had public access to that region. Any foreign govt's would already know what is located there from their own satellite surveillance. Maybe we should ask the foreign gov'ts what they can see?

However, our current concern for these improved Axis measurements for which we now have additional confirmation… is the question;
what will the axis tilt do next?

The comment post delays are to ensure we don't have vandals, bullies or harassment. Prior to 2008 it was quite violent. The gov't had sent their army of pitbulls to attack. The comment delays help keep that off the site, but sometimes it takes a few hours for me to apply the comment approvals due to bad health issues.


I have only seen one such vandal since 2008, so I appreciate the courtesy.


The gov't has called off their dogs and decided to leave us alone once they realized we only do calm observations and measurements of significant changes in our axis from year to year which anyone can verify just by looking outside; rather than EOW or ELE prophecies.

We have nearly 60,000 followers per year so I endeavor to keep it simple and honest. This is one global occurrence the Authorities can't hide from us. I did appreciate the job offers from the gov't headhunters but I'm too ill to accept.

I hope everyone will help us confirm the June 21st solar position measurements this summer. Such massive reversals in the past two years are a bit disconcerting even though they are an improvement.

The gov't disaster preparation patterns indicate they are expecting something bad to happen between 2020 and 2026. I have no direct knowledge of what they might be expecting.


But we need to keep informed and aware of the changing situations and issues.
Comment by mmc7 - December 22, 2015 @ 6:30 am

The current axis tilt can also be determined by measurements in the Northern Hemisphere.

My latitude is 40.73 and the sun is aligned at 29.15 degrees at noon. That means the current axis tilt is 20.12 degrees.

Historically, the axis tilt was 23.5 and your earlier annual observations recorded an even greater axis tilt.

So the earth has wobbled back over the historic values by 840 miles. This should mean a slightly milder winter in the northern hemisphere since the sun is slightly higher in the skies.

More Arctic ice melt. Less Antarctic ice melt.

Hopefully, some of your southern hemisphere readers will confirm this.
Comment by Robert Graham - December 21, 2015