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ZetaTalk: S. Pole Tug
written June 11, 2003

On May 27, the SOHO showed a heat presence requiring Doctoring on the right side. Bear in mind that due to the tilt of the Earth as mid-Summer is approached, the upper right quadrant on the SOHO is more akin to the line of the Ecliptic than the middle, as the SOHO satellite, an Earth satellite, is essentially tilted 23 degrees along with the Earth. Surging Magma was evident at both poles by May 30, resulting in a disbursal of magnetized ions normally gathered under the poles on June 5 such that these ions would be captured by the Atlantic Rift. A 3rd Magnet then appeared along the Atlantic Rift on June 8, a bowed magnet with the N. Pole emerging near the Siberian Isl. What has changed by June 10-11 for that to appear to go quiescent, with a return to agitation at the S. Pole? It should be noted that this change goes in step with a raised position of Planet X to the upper left quadrant on June 9, as shown on the SOHO/EIT.

If Planet X, known to be rising rapidly toward the Ecliptic at this time, has essentially reached the Ecliptic, what effect would it have, as the giant magnet it is, on the hapless Earth? Where Formerly during its rise to the Ecliptic, it either augmented the flow of magnetic particles into the Earth’s S. Pole, or blocked the flow of magnetic particles on the Earth’s side facing the Sun and Planet X so that the backside was overused, it now it is in a position to cause distress on the S. Pole which wants to align with the N. Pole of Planet X. Since the magnetic alignment of both the Earth and Planet X are the same, as is Mercury, why would Planet X be causing this distress when close to the Ecliptic, where Mercury does not? Planet X is a larger magnet than Mercury, and is swinging closer to Earth than Mercury, but the key difference is the angle of approach.

Magnets can line up side by side if enough distance is allowed between then for a field to develop, such that the particle flow can move out from the N. Pole and around to the S. Pole without impediment.
Where this field cannot be established, due to crowding, the flow will move in and out from the dominant magnet in the area, the lesser magnets trying to position themselves to facilitate this flow.
Where the lesser magnets cannot position themselves to facilitate this, due to being held in place for some reason, the magnetic particle flow remains distressed, this distress primarily visited upon the lesser magnet.

The Earth as we have mentioned had many allegiance to continue rotation, continue to maintain its present tilt, and the core is still listening primarily to the Sun for its magnetic orientation.