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How Much Time Left Before the Next Pole Shift?

Friday, July 15, 2016 5:21
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The researcher who made the video clip below -

(who goes by “maverickstar” on Youtube) concludes:

Time is running out maybe less than 5 years.”

My research points to a POLE SHIFT event in December 2019.

Everyone who pays attention to the topic of POLE SHIFTS already knows the MAGNETIC North Pole has been racing towards Russia at an accelerating pace in our lifetimes,

 

moving well over a thousand miles towards Russia in the last century, but really picking up speed in the last decade.

What if a crustal displacement – a shift of the Earth’s axis compared to its current surface and equator and poles as described by Professor Charles Hapgood and Albert Einstein in “Earth’s Shifting Crust” or “Path of the Pole” – happens next?

Are earthquakes and tsunamis of biblical proportions due to wipe out civilization again soon, as they did to our ancestors (Atlantis, etc) many times in the past?

I believe that the “new heavens and a new earth” from the Book of Revelation are created via a POLE SHIFT – a major rotation of the surface of our planet over the interior. Evidence across several sciences proves such catastrophic events have happened many times before, and will continue in predictable cycles, which I conclude point to another civilization-ending POLE SHIFT in December 2019.

Read “The History and Truth About Pole Shifts” article here for general info – or -

if you understand that Isaiah 24:1 sounds like a pole shift: “Behold, the Lord lays the earth waste, devastates it, distorts its surface and scatters its inhabitants” and that Revelation 6:14 warns: “The sky was split apart like a scroll when it is rolled up, and every mountain and island were moved out of their places” maybe you would appreciate reading End Times and 2019 for a more prophetic prospective.

 

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  • krew09

    you have to have poles for them to shift. Thus far all we have evidence of is a magnetic North

    • Syco247

      Let me guess more flat earth BS? Grow a brain!

  • Jango

    There is only a North Pole. And the earth is not a globe. So it can’t shift. God made the earth immovable. Check it out you will see that’s true. More at ItsHisStory.com/globe

    • Syco247

      Get bent flat brained bible humping loon

      • The Clucker

        I like the Bible, and even believe in it, but it doesn’t mean I “hump” it. I also like cottage cheese but that doesn’t mean I take a container of it out of the fridge and put my d**k in it.

        I’m sure there are many things that you “like” or “believe in”…

        and by that logic someone could infer that you’re trying to “hump” it.

        Do you like dogs? I do, but I don’t f**k them. I guess that’s my point.

        • Mayhem

          And here i was under the impression the hump was a result of all the pious cross bearing in a Nostradamus kind of way. Er, wait, was he the hunchback or is it the Paname Cathedral Orphan i’m thinking of?

  • Enki

    Earth is going from one hemisphere of the Sun to the other as She does every 10390 carbon years. What happens in a cycle will repeat in a cycle. But there are some problems and some things that you do not know. The book “Where to from Here: Cognition explains this in detail. NASA has told you so many lies, it’s time for the truth.

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