Land Hurricanes Over North America in the Winter
EDITORS NOTE: The original article that I’m re-posting here is from Dec 27, 2015 on https://axischange.wordpress.com but I think it’s still important to share this theory or possibility. I’m amazed at how little this topic gets covered. I think it deserves a lot more attention.
We need to come up with a new name for our spinning storms which look like giant hurricanes over land. How about Geocanes?
Ever since our axis began to shift in 2004, many of those spinning hurricane masses which formerly formed off the coast of West Africa and developed into hurricanes as they reached the Caribbean islands, Florida & the gulf coast… can now be seen spinning over the central US. They are just another example of our axis shift. The axis shift also shifted the hurricane type weather patterns several hundred miles off their normal tracking. But this winter “Geocane” is the opposite of what we should see. The weather should have shifted 800+ miles farther south in the winter as we have begun to notice how the Jet stream has been dipping into Mexico since 2004 as is never has done before. So this geocane should be in Brazil not in the US during the winter months. The coriolis effect seems to be building in strength. Also notice how this storm is being generated from Del Rio Texas like an engine. I wonder what geological energy is being produced there? This is definitely not my field of expertise. It isn’t anyone’s expertise for that matter since this is a new situation.
The central US is still hundreds of miles south of the sun’s normal position in June despite the 2015 reversion.
The coriolis effect can be seen with these giant spinning storms over the central US as I speak; as a result of our ever changing axis. Although I must admit I do not remember having seen one during the winter. They are typically seen in April & May over the US since 2004. These land based hurricanes did not exist prior to 2004.
There has been a giant, violent thunderstorm spinning over the entire state of Texas since yesterday. The outer edge into the NW pan handle has turned to snow & ice which will spread eastward by tomorrow. You can see this giant storm today on the Dallas weather Radar at the link below. After the storm departs, it will no longer be visible on the Radar. So you can only see it now & possibly thru Dec 29th, 2015 on this link below which is a real time view of the Texas state weather.
This has been a violent cold thunderstorm with nasty thunder & lightning for 2 days which has also spun off several tornados which were not typical for winter months until the 2004 axis shifts began. Tomorrow, the snow & ice will spread to the rest of the state.
I also have satellite imagery of this phenomenon taken during the same time of day for about 6 weeks during the late spring for several years after the 2004 axis shifts.
At the bottom of the page on the link below, there are also several years comparison imagery at the exact same times of day & dates prior to the 2004 axis shift for comparison. You can compare the weather satellite images before & after the 2004 axis shifts begun; to see the effects of the changes in the Earths tilt. Even with the reversion in June 2015, we are still 800+ miles too far south in summer which causes our sun to rise & set 800+ miles too far to the north of us.
Those of you in Australia, have there been any unusual changes in the sun during the past 2 weeks or is it still close to the Dec 21st position? Just curious. Any big tsunamis?
Here is a picture of the coriolis effect.