Magnetics and Axis Dynamics of Change

Kennewick Crop Circle

 

After moving at a relative steady pace for more than a century, magnetic north's movement accelerated rapidly within one year after a crop circle in Washington State pointed to both magnetic and true north. Prominent features of the 1993 circle pointed to Siberia and the axis of rotation. Location tells all in spatial relationships, and the crop circle was bordered the Hanford Nuclear Reservation. Escalating from nine to forty kilometers per year since 1994, magnetic north started steadily moving towards Siberia as the planet's axis of rotation shifted toward the British Isles after the crop circle was made.

The inclination of the earth's axis is gauged relative to polar north, or the pole star Polaris. The central axis of the crop circle was offset three degrees from the circle's center, shown below in green. The crop circle's longitude at 119° West was the axis of the Yellowstone hotspot's oldest caldera that riddled the longitude with feeder dikes where hot lava surged to the surface, from Nevada to Washington (Yellowstone Hot Spot and Torque). The convergence of these factors in and at the Kennewick site points to the planet's surface shifting relative to its axis with changes in the magnetic core, rapid movement of magnetic north, and declining magnetic field.

Emerging science hinted that magnetic flux precedes earthquakes in 2012, and scientists began testing the theory in 2013. Static electric build-up that precedes earthquakes results in magnetic flux before quakes. Magnetism is a prime force of nature that science borrows for its own uses but has never been fully explained. It is the attractive force that pulls and holds together the materials of life. The ancient Greeks, Indians, and Chinese all wrote about magnetic properties, including its uses for surgery, by the fourth century BCE, circa 2,500 years ago. The central avenue of the pyramids at Teotihuacan built in 200 BCE was oriented 15.25° east of north and ancient locale of magnetic north. The avenue of the Kennewick crop circle was oriented to polar north with markers for locations of magnetic north in 1993 and Siberia where magnetic north began moving in 1994.

It is not necessary to know the origin of magnetism to observe magnetism in everyday life. Ancient civilization observed magnetism and memorialized it in terms of their unique symbolic systems. Similarities in symbols of ancient cultures worldwide suggest that global communication once existed, possibly among ancient mariners, that was lost in the modern world. Magnificent engineering of ancient pyramids that modern engineering still cannot replicate indicates the ancients understood the same primary forces the moderns do, but utilized them differently than the modern world does. By virtue of their symbolism and engineering, magnetism appears to have been important in ancient technologies.

The direction in which a compass needle points is generalized as magnetic north. This is not exactly the direction of the north magnetic pole (or of any other consistent location). The north magnetic pole is the precise point where the earth’s magnetic field points down vertically.

Polar north – also called true or geographical north -- is marked by alignment of the earth’s geography with a northern celestial pole, or pole star. For practical purposes this is approximated by Polaris at the present time. Because of the earth’s orbit it will align with a new pole star in approximately 2104.

Changes in the positions of the magnetic poles occur periodically and are accompanied by earth changes. In 1993 it had been positioned north of the Great Lakes for more than a century. Months after crop circles were made at Kennewick and Herkimer, magnetic north began rapidly moving in 1994.

Magnetism is so basic to living creatures that even the brain is embedded with ultra-tiny magnetic particles, or magnetites. When the position of magnetic north changes, creatures that rely on magnetic guidance must adjust quickly; thus migration patterns of birds, fish and animals that change slowly in periods of slow movement will change rapidly when magnetic north moves rapidly. Failure to adjust to rapid flux in magnetic fields can result in destruction in the wild. In one instance, cattle in the wild inexplicably stampeded off cliffs to their deaths in California (USA) and in Switzerland, in different hemispheres of the planet, in 2009.

 

After crop circles in the U.S. pointed to the position of magnetic north, rapid movement of magnetic north began in 1994. By 1997 accelerated melting of the ice caps had started. And by 2007 the Arctic ice cap was 40% smaller than it had been in 1997, as observed in satellite photos. Glaciologist Mark Serreze cautioned in 2008, “the North Pole area right now is covered with very thin ice, and this ice we call ‘first-year ice,’ the ice that tends to melt out in the summer.”

The earth’s climate has been significantly affected by the planet’s magnetic fields over the last 5,000 years. Danish scientists published a report in 2009 that compared prehistoric magnetic fields to find that they have directly influenced levels of precipitation. By inference, the magnetic fields influence heating and cooling cycles in the same period. These periods directly relate to solar cycles and intensity of charged particles in the solar wind that penetrate the earth’s core and heat it. Heating of the earth’s inner core and materials affects the density and liquidity of the environment in which it rotates relative to the mantel and crust. Both rotation and temperature affect how materials are magnetized in ways existing sciences do not yet understand. Again, the reasons why rotation and temperature affect magnetization of various materials eventually may be explained by quantum physics, but quantum physics are not necessary to make these observations.

At the heart of the oldest pyramids in North America at Teotihuacan, the central avenue was oriented 15.25° east of north (below). The Kennewick crop circle, with an avenue oriented to polar north with a marker for magnetic north, formed an equilateral triangle with Teotihuacan and a 1993 crop circle at Herkimer, New York.

Tau in glyph from calendar at Chichen Itza, which was the Mayan center most similar to Teotihuacan.

Greek Tau is the symbol for birth and resurrection. It was used worldwide in connection with Mu, the sunken motherland.

A northern orientation is stated in the Kennewick crop circle with an avenue precisely pointing to Polaris to show polar (geographical) north. At the northern end of the avenue, crop is laid to the west in two bars west of the avenue and laid to the east in two bars on the east. The avenue intersects the lay of the crop in the bars, bisecting east and west, to show that each bar has a distinct relationship to the avenue and is not simply an extension of another.

At the extreme northern end pointing to polar north, the top bar approximates the Tau, anciently known worldwide by way of Mu. Tau is the ancient symbol for birth and resurrection that symbolized the sunken Mu in cultures that revere the motherland. This symbol in the Kennewick crop circle, in hand with indications of moving magnetic north and angular momentum of polar wander suggest that areas of ancient Mu are rising again.

The lower bars are different lengths and serve as benchmarks for angular momentum indicated with the "F" and bulge in the west of the circle. This is the direction that magnetic north started moving soon after the Kennewick crop circle was made. The longer bar beneath the top bar, which establishes a standard measure, is on the west side, the direction in which magnetic north is moving. The shorter bar is on the east side, the direction from which magnetic north is moving. In magnetic north’s position, the west is gaining and the east is falling short.

More importantly, the angles of lines drawn from the center of the avenue to the outer edges of the bars show how much the west is gaining and the east is losing. When a line is drawn from the center of the point where the avenue joins the circle to the edge of the shorter bars in the east, the line points to the position of magnetic north in 1993. A second line drawn from the avenue to the bars west of the avenue points to Siberia on the globe, the direction of accelerated movement in magnetic north since the Kennewick crop circle was made.

Rotation

Rings within the crop circle portray rotation from the center of the inner swirl. The number of rings in the circle correspond with the core, the mantel and the crust of the earth. Rotation is expressed by swirling the crop in opposite directions in alternating rings with one ring of standing crop. The geographical center of the circle is marked with a “+” on the drawing but the center of the swirl in the inner ring is east of the geometric center. This suggests the rotation in the east is moving to the west, as indicated by the direction of swirled crop. (See Note 2.)

The central importance of the avenue in the Kennewick crop circles as the benchmark of northern orientation compares with the central avenue in Mexico's oldest excavated pyramids at Teotihuacan. The central avenue in the pyramid complex was oriented 15.25° east of polar north at the time of its construction and the first two pyramids built in the complex were aligned to it. As a constellation of architectures the Kennewick and Herkimer crop circles define with Mexico City an equilateral triangle on the globe. The measure for the triangle is 2,160 miles, between Kennewick and Teotihuacan. The angles on a sphere do not need to be equal for an equilateral triangle, but they must equal 180°. The distance between latitude and longitude cited for the Hanford Nuclear Reserve, which is literally next to Kennewick, and the latitude and longitude of Herkimer next to the J. A. Fitzpatrick nuclear plant is 2,161 miles.

UFO sightings have long been associated with nuclear sites and crop circles as well as traditional Indian sites. The most extensive and highly documented UFO wave in history began July 11, 1991 as the longest solar eclipse of the century reached totality in a darkened sky over Mexico City. The calendar codex that recorded the 1991 eclipse was taken from Chichen Itza during Conquest and shipped to Europe. It is presently housed in the Dresden Museum.

Northeast of Mexico City, geometries and geometric puzzles at Teotihuacan resemble those at Chichen Itza, where Nahua Toltec relocated from the Teotihuacan area. The builders of Teotihuacan were as anonymous as the makers of non-human crop circles. They left no identifying signature except the geometries and measures in the pyramid complex where the first meritocracy on earth was given birth. Now, crop circles represent the meritocratic language of universal symbolism formed in the organic medium of life.

Polar Wander

The bulge on the west side of the Kennewick crop circle, opposite the offset central swirl, suggests angular momentum in the Earth's rotation and need to balance. Oscillatory polar wander explains the Earth's surface will return to a previous position relative to the vertical axis, described in the Nature journal for September 25, 2012. It is graphically depicted in the Earth glyph from Chichen Itza that shows a bulge in the east, where the Indo-Australian tectonic plate fractured on April 11, 2012. The Kennewick crop circle suggests rectifying to the west with the indication of angular momentum in the crop circle. The processes depicted in the Earth glyph and the Kennewick are basic but profound planetary mechanics.

Changes in magnetic north as it has moved to Siberia since 1994 may indicate a build-up of static electric charge from stressed tectonic plates. The new home of magnetic north in Siberia is north and west of the epicenter of Japan's 9.0 magnitude megaquake on March 11, 2011. As the crow flies, 2,160 miles from the earthquake's epicenter takes one to Siberia, near the Siberian Sea. The Japanese quake, which resulted in three nuclear reactors melting down at Fukushima, was a wake-up call to the dangers of nuclear reactors at a time when awareness of the effects of magnetic flux on earthquakes has only just begun.

 

 

Note 1: Samples of vegetation from the crop circle and controls from crops outside the formation from Kennewick were sent to biophysicist William Levengood for testing. Scientific testing in Levengood’s laboratory showed that crop from inside the Kennewick formation displayed expulsion cavities, increased node length, lower seed weight and increased germination of the seeds. These findings characterize a genuine crop circle. Testing of the Kennewick was completed June 27, 1993.

Note 2: The extension with two bars on the southwest perimeter of the circle, repeating the long and short measures on the north, is a notation of angular momentum of rotation in the central circle (core). This relationship is addressed as a note because of the inherently the technical terms of angular momentum and oblique rotation. In addition to a mapping method for areas that do not follow a north-south or east-west orientation, an oblique (angle of) rotation is used for trigonometric calculations.