Woo Hoo – The Poles Are Moving And Everybody’s Feeling It

A picture of the Earth and a toy top comparing how the Earth spins like a toy top.

The Earth spins and wobbles like a toy top, making the poles unstable as it spins. This causes global Earth changes. All at once.

The Earth is really active these days with big earthquakes and tsunamis, wildfires, and massive cold fronts covering all of North America.

What does this mean when it happens all at once?

Woo hoo – it means that the poles are moving. THIS is the root of global climate change.

Occurring all over the Earth at the same time.

Big Quakes

Over the past 24 hours, these earthquakes over 6.0 magnitude shook the Earth:

  1. 6.0 China
  2. 6.0 Trinidad and Tobago
  3. 6.5 Indonesia
  4. 8.0 Solomon Islands (tsunami warning issued)
  5. 6.5 Solomon Islands
  6. 7.8 Solomon Islands (another tsunami warning issued)
  7. 6.5 Ferndale, California

There are too many quakes occurring 5.0 + to list.


Winter Storm Warnings

A blizzard

The entire North American continent is experiencing record winter storms.

The entire United States and Canada.


  1. Upper Nile, South Sudan
  2. Western Australia
  3. Central African Republic
  4. Western Cape, South Africa
  5. Tasmania
  6. Tennessee/North Carolina

I will be releasing some short videos about the pole shift, but when the poles wobble even the slightest bit, the planet responds with earthquakes, tsunamis, and stronger storms.

Just what we are witnessing today.

Canada And Alaska Feeling A Barrage Of Earthquakes

The USGS small globe showing the earthquakes off Canada.

A swarm of very large earthquakes struck off the coast of Canada and Alaska, September 3, 2013 – USGS

A Canadian and Alaskan earthquake swarm on September 3, 2013 started with a 6.2 magnitude quake off the west coast of Canada.

The quakes took place on the Pacific Rim’s Ring of Fire, and very close to the dangerous Juan de Fuca plate off the northwest USA coast.

The Swarm

The first 6.2 quake was followed by several large quakes, and as I post this article, the quakes and tsunami warnings are still going on. These quakes began in Canada and moved into Alaska today:

  1. 6.2
  2. 4.6
  3. 4.8
  4. 5.5
  5. 5.0
  6. 5.9
  7. 4.2
  8. 5.9
  9. 5.8
  10. 6.5
  11. 5.4

And the night is not over yet …

Japan And Volcanoes

A picture of the Earth and the Ring of Fire with rising magma along the tectonic plates and cracks near Papua New Guinea.

The Ring of Fire along the Pacific Rim is lighting up.

Several hours after the Canadian quakes began, Izu, Japan had a 6.5 magnitude quake, also along the Ring of Fire. The Pacific Rim is shifting big time.

Watch for an increase in volcanic eruptions to happen next in these areas. And remember that more volcanic ash and debris that enters our atmosphere means that we may have a colder winter.

Heads up.


6.1 Quake At Vanuatu Kicks Off Quakes Along US West Coast

A USGS small globe showing the May 1, 2013 earthquake swarm around Vanuatu.

The west coast of the US is reacting to a 6.1 quake at Vanuatu, July 26, 2013 – USGS

A 6.1 magnitude quake at Vanuatu kicked off large quakes along the Western US coast, July 26, 2013.

Vancouver, Canada

The USGS small globe showing the July 26, 2013 5.1 earthquake.

Just hours after the 6.1 quake at Vanuatu, a 5.1 quake struck the Vancouver Island Region, Canada – USGS

Three hours after the Vanuatu quake, the Vancouver Island Region had a 5.1 magnitude quake 185 km (115 mi) west of Port Hardy.


I always watch the quakes at Vanuatu because the pattern that I have recorded shows strong quakes occur worldwide after Vanuatu opens up.

Here we go again …

The USGS small globe showing the earthquake at the South Sandwich Islands

A 6.2 magnitude quake happened on the South Sandwich Islands merely hours after a 6.1 quake rocked Vanuatu – USGS

South Sandwich Islands

Earthquake activity moved east into the South Atlantic near the South Pole when a 6.2 magnitude quake shook the South Sandwich Islands.

Over 188 earthquakes have occurred today, but in between these 6-pointers, the following larger quakes occurred:

  1. 6.2 South Sandwich Islands
  2. 5.1  South of the Fiji Islands
  3. 4.6 Koutouba, China
  4. 4.5 Adak, Alaska
  5. 4.9 Sikabaluan, Indonesia
  6. 4.6 Hirara, Japan
  7. 5.1  Port Hardy, Canada (Vancouver Island Region)
  8. 4.7 Tobelo, Indonesia
  9. 5.1  Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy, Russia
  10. 4.9 Katubao, Philippines
  11. 6.1 Luganville, Vanuatu

Lots of moving’ and shakin’ going on …