Friday, October 12, 2012

Have magnetic pole shifts ever happened in the past?

In “2012 Glorious Hope” message, Pastor Wind said that the Great Flood at Noah’s time and the Ten Plagues at Moses’ time when Moses led Israelites to leave Egypt were both caused by the visit of Planet X.

Most probably, Planet X will appear in front of our eyes before the end of 2012 triggering the end time worldwide tribulations as prophesized in the Book of Revelation.

In the past, the main impact of Planet X on the Earth was the pole shift which shifted the axis of the Earth speedily, triggering global tsunami, mega earthquakes and heavy storms.

In fact, comparing the permafrosts in the last ice age and the current ones, we know that pole shift had occurred as the locations of current North and South Poles are over few thousands kilometers apart from their locations 3600 years ago.

From the picture, we can see that during last ice age, the permafrost of the Earth was not located in the current Arctic Circle but was spread in North America and Europe. Thus, we can assume that the North Pole was located in the Atlantic Ocean between North America and Europe, not in the middle of the Arctic Ocean today.

The eastern part of Siberia where five million mammals and some tropical or temperate organisms were found was originally located in the tropical and temperate regions in the last ice age.

Impacts of the last visit of Planet X included the pole shift which caused the relocation of the North Pole: it went from the middle between North America and Europe to somewhere near the Arctic Ocean.

And Siberia was shifted to the edge of the Arctic Circle from a tropical and temperate region within a very short period of time.

Pastor Wind had said that the Ten Plagues of Egypt were already the least disastrous signs showing the visit of Planet X. 

If Planet X comes again, the catastrophes caused by the pole shift will be inevitably more serious...


  1. thx for sharing!!!
    so usefull information!!

  2. the mammoths were thus killed..poor mammoths...

  3. We never learn of this at any school or college....why not?!

  4. I really learn alot from you post,thanks so much.