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Pole Shift of Earth: Has the Sunset Shifted Position to the NW?

A lot of people have noticed that the Moon has changed its orbit. It’s easy to see this. Just make a note of where you see the Moon at or around sundown. Watch it over the course of a week, looking for it at each sunset. This way you’ll notice how erratic its orbit really is.

Another thing about the Moon, the angle of the shadow across the face of the Moon is no longer vertical, but changes on a day to day basis. Sometimes curving upwards, other nights, curving downward. Look for this also.

But now others across the planet have noticed that the Sun is setting in a position NW of where it usually sets this time of year. Here’s the point, this post is a direct question meant for you. Have you noticed the Sun setting at a different position than you normally see it in your part of the Earth? Look out the window where you usually see it. Is the Sun setting in a different spot? Let us know. (Please reply in Comments section.)

  1. Deborah Hart
    April 30, 2011 at 5:33 am

    I would love to try your experiment, if the weather where I live (Weed, California) ever clears up long enough to see the sky! And if ever getts warm enough to be outside for awhile!

  2. Deanna
    June 6, 2011 at 7:06 am

    I live in northern California and during this last week I have been tripped out at the location of the sunset. We have had strange weather for a few months (since the Japan earthquake), and there has been rain and clouds everyday almost. I have lived here my entire life and never seen such crazy weather last so long. And I have never seen the sun set so far to the northwest as I have seen lately.

    • alexhroz
      June 9, 2011 at 3:51 am

      The Earth’s rotation is wobbling and slowing down. Due to the overpowering magnetic effects of Planet X (Nibiru), which is 23 times greater in mass and 4 times physically bigger than Earth.

      All these global events are interrelated. They are the effects of Planet X’s magnetic influence over the Earth. Looking at the big picture–the slowing rotation of Earth; the “shifting position” of the Sun, Moon, and stars; and the weird weather incidents are all related.

      try these sites for more info:

  3. Stefka
    July 29, 2011 at 7:57 pm

    I have a huge 200 year old oak tree in my backyard. In the Summer, I can always tell it’s time for me to go to bed (way after mid-night) when the moon has moved to the right of that tree…..this week…I was running around the house folding laundry…messing around on Facebook and noticed that the moon was still to the left of the tree….it “felt” later than that…I came inside and looked at the time and it was after 1:30 AM…I was shocked..at this time the moon should have moved into a position making it visible from all the rooms on the Western side of my house…but it hadn’t. So strange.

  4. colin moore
    May 24, 2012 at 6:45 pm

    Because the tropic of cancer is in our history the northernmost you should ever see the sun everyone in the U.S. should see the sunset in the wsw direction. If this is not the case you should start prepping immediately.

  5. scott e
    May 30, 2012 at 2:34 am

    way to the northwest of what I’ve always known and remembered it to be!

  6. JD
    June 12, 2012 at 6:06 pm

    Our Earth has an axial tilt of 23.5 degrees providing us with seasonal changes depending which side is pointed at the sun for 6 months. From our perspective, the sun’s rising/setting location should vary naturally by 47 degrees over yearly period.

    Last August, 2011, I noted the sun’s unusual setting location in the NW and started taking notes through the Fall Solstice, Winter Solstice, Spring Solstice time frames… and soon the Summer Solstice this June 20/21.

    I’m no astronomer, but I know math & maps. The sunrises still appear pretty normal, but sunset angles are a very different story… by a pretty significant amount to the Northwest. By how much? I will find out within a week.

    These are facts anybody can do with a camera, a map, a plastic school compass (angles) & a regular scout compass. Even if magnetic North moves, landmarks never lie. Start your own sun study next Wed 6/20!

  7. anonayme
    July 5, 2012 at 11:55 pm

    I live in the Dallas Ft Worth area of Texas. The sun has been setting, for the last several weeks about 25 ft NW from normal. Today, however it suddenly is setting about 20 ft to the East???? very strange. I have been watching it moved NW for some time. I am also in a landing zone for aircraft, and they have been using some very strange flight patterns. I have lived here for years. None of this is normal..The moon is a whole other story. REALLY messed up.

  8. Robert
    July 25, 2012 at 7:12 am

    hello i noticed this also but not signifigantly enough til may and june of 2012. since the 2011/2012 winter the big dipper and orion’s belt felt wrong to me. in the link is a video i made and posted on youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3b3eJn8eNiQ&feature=my_liked_videos&list=LLbEaOiD42EVMI5GZ8LlNu3Q. in it i explain how i noticed the change and now on july 24th the sunset angle felt correct for summer solstice but not at the solstice since it was much further north. are we about to experiance a ‘drastic climate change’ like that which wiped out ‘the clovis culture’ native americans, columbian mammoth, sabre tooth cat and giant ground sloth in the americas? we’ll see won’t we?

  9. August 23, 2012 at 11:24 pm

    Of course I’ve noticed. No one seems to care. Two years ago . On a thursday.

  10. November 21, 2012 at 9:38 pm

    OMG, I thought I was going potty, but some of you are seeing the same things I’ve been noticing! Almost every day I drive on the same highway at sundown and have been noticing wild shifts in the sun’s setting angle. I haven’t documented the changes scientifically (I have tried to photograph the sunset when I’ve seen day-to-day shifts sometimes). I’ve seen sudden shifts of 10 or more degrees in a single day! My friends didn’t believe me until one of them noticed the same thing recently (I guess he started looking as he drove home from work). Why isn’t this being “looked into” by NASA et al? These wobbles are very pronounced and could probably explain all the climate changes that we are experiencing…..

  11. December 26, 2012 at 4:35 am

    Yes definitely the sun rises and sets at a different place now. It’s more like west south west. Also I have noticed Orion used to be just over the houses and now it’s more overhead.

  12. JyBrd
    March 23, 2013 at 10:07 am

    Yes, I’ve seen the sun setting in the Northwest for the past couple of years here in Southern California. Do you know why the sun rises in the east and sets in the west. It’s an optical illusion. It’s because the sun is suppose to be 100 times the size of the earth, and it’s millions of miles away from us that makes it appear to be due west or east at sunrise and sunset. If you could imagine standing in front of a huge light bulb 100 times bigger then yourself and then having someone move that light bulb thousands of miles away from you, the light bulb would appear to be very small and would always appear to be directly in the middle of your body, not off towards your right side of your body or left side, but right in the middle of your body. Reason being that in actuality it is larger than your whole body. So, if you pulled the light bulb away from your body slowly ,it would appear to get smaller and smaller as you pulled it away, and at some point it would appear to be the same size as your body, if you pull it away further it would appear smaller than your body and it would appear to be viewed to be in the middle of your body. The further you pull the light bulb away from you the smaller it gets and the more towards the middle of your body it appears. That’s why the sun always rises in the east and sets in the west, also why for ages and to this day, the sunrise position and sunset position is used by navigators to determine the position of east and west, it’s because the sunrise and sunset is always appears directly due east and due west of the earth. At least until the last couple of years. So, to wrap up. The sun setting in the north west is absolutely freakin’ impossible!!! WTF is going on?

  13. Chris
    April 25, 2013 at 12:00 am

    I’m watching it right now and noticed that so I googled it. Nibiru is coming people…

  14. Desertwolf
    May 18, 2013 at 2:45 am

    Been watching the sunset here in Arizona for years and became a conversation tonight when my daughter said “isn’t the sun supposed to set in the west?” Today it was VERY noticible that it is clearly northwest in setting. Not sure what has changed but something has…..

  15. kyle
    July 4, 2013 at 1:28 am

    Niagara falls canada here. Sunrise and sunset have moved northward….. But noon sun is overhead. Has anyone noticed a lot of pinkish clouds?? Day and night?? Been seeing a star during sunset, to the suns southwest , around 915 to 945, as it sets behind the sun. Ofcourse the chemtrail clouds hide it a lot of the time. Nibiru is almost here. It is july 3 2013

  16. kyle wright
    July 4, 2013 at 9:52 pm

    Niagara falls here… yes the sun is far from being normal. everyday i see pinkish coloured clouds. can see them at night too. been seeing a star above and left of the sun during sunset after the sun dips below the horizon. around 915pm. the star follows the sun down. it twinkles so it can not be venus or another planet. has anyone seen this?

  17. Kyle Wright
    August 11, 2013 at 12:12 pm

    With a telescope you can see objects orbiting “venus”, which has no moons. So how can that be venus? The chemtrail clouds “the govenments” are spraying into the sky not only hide what’s happining in our solar system but I beleve they are absorbing the red dust from the approaching brown dwarf star and that is why they appear pink. THE SUMMERIANS WERE CORRRECT ON ALL ACCOUNTS.

  18. Dale Berthon
    October 6, 2013 at 11:51 pm

    I am in central new jersey. I have not seen the moon in five days. I heard of a 32degree shift…. could it be below our horizon? Could this be planet x?

    • alex hroz
      October 19, 2013 at 3:39 am

      This is definitely a huge magnetic force affecting the position of our planet. Planets interact like huge magnets. Stronger magnets influence weaker magnets, either pushing or pulling; attraction/repulsion forces. This in turn would affect the our perceived location of the Sun in the sky.

      So in answer to your question, I do think this is due to Planet X.

      FYI: http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/7-of-10-status-as-of-october-17-2013

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