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Odd Moon Placement/Angle of Rotation?

 
TheLightThatBlinds
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Odd Moon Placement/Angle of Rotation?
So after months of watching the moon i can pretty much pinpoint where the moon will be nightly and at what times. Recently ive noticed strange behavior of this heavenly body that we depend so very much on. For example, tonight its not even in sight of my location and it already should be.

Also, has anyone noticed the angle of which it is waning? In the northeast, the moon wanes/waxes straight across (left to right. This passing week after the full moon i noticed it began to wane at an odd angle, approximately 45degrees clockwise.

Is this normal? For all i can remember the moon hasnt behaved in this way. Im not necessarily saying im onto a breakthrough here, but I am looking for enlightenment on the topic if anyone could share.
Anonymous Coward
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09/01/2010 11:56 PM
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Re: Odd Moon Placement/Angle of Rotation?
Agreed...very odd, I've noticed this as well bump
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Re: Odd Moon Placement/Angle of Rotation?
I've also noticed. Don't know what it could mean.
TheLightThatBlinds (OP)
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Re: Odd Moon Placement/Angle of Rotation?
In addition to the moons movement, Venus has been rather inconsistent as well. I havent watched Venus for as long so I may be mistaken about this, but it is something worth investigating, no?
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Re: Odd Moon Placement/Angle of Rotation?
It has also seemed rather close and lower to the horizon. Often the moon ends up over head but its as if it never gets to that peak before heading towards the horizon once again.
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Agreed...very odd, I've noticed this as well bump
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1083571

+100 I agree but feel out of place for even thinking that. Why wouldn't astrologists be putting this in my horoscope??
On the other hand, I have different fingers.
TheLightThatBlinds (OP)
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Well its a sound feeling that comes when you arent the only one thinking this stuff. Anyone else seeing one or more of these happenings? What regions?
silvervega
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I am in SE MN, and the moon has been catching my attention since last winter, but nobody else seems to care, which is fine! but..still,
On the other hand, I have different fingers.
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peace
On the other hand, I have different fingers.
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Hi, this excerpt is a channelling from Sheldon Nidle taken off Galacticchannellings.com

As we have stated, these are the last few moments of this present reality. It is being divinely transformed, along with your planet, your solar system, and you. Many aspects of this reality can be seen to be changing. Signs of this include the rather 'odd' placement of the moon in the night sky and the strange perturbations of many stars and nearby worlds. These are portents of the immense changes that every part of your reality is now going through, and our role is to be a catalyst for these changes. The former Anchara Alliance members who were once in relationship with the dark cabal are assisting us in the preparations for carrying out a successful first contact with you. Know that this is the time when all of this is slated to manifest. A series of astonishing events is unfolding before you.
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Re: Odd Moon Placement/Angle of Rotation?
So after months of watching the moon i can pretty much pinpoint where the moon will be nightly and at what times. Recently ive noticed strange behavior of this heavenly body that we depend so very much on. For example, tonight its not even in sight of my location and it already should be.
 Quoting: TheLightThatBlinds 1081205


Yes, it's called the New Moon.

Also, has anyone noticed the angle of which it is waning? In the northeast, the moon wanes/waxes straight across (left to right. This passing week after the full moon i noticed it began to wane at an odd angle, approximately 45degrees clockwise.

Is this normal? For all i can remember the moon hasnt behaved in this way. Im not necessarily saying im onto a breakthrough here, but I am looking for enlightenment on the topic if anyone could share.
 Quoting: TheLightThatBlinds 1081205


OH NO! Not this again!

Please, please, please go and study the orbit of the Moon! Please study it and above all understand it!

After that you can come here and say that something is not right.
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Re: Odd Moon Placement/Angle of Rotation?
So after months of watching the moon i can pretty much pinpoint where the moon will be nightly and at what times. Recently ive noticed strange behavior of this heavenly body that we depend so very much on. For example, tonight its not even in sight of my location and it already should be.


Yes, it's called the New Moon.


Also, has anyone noticed the angle of which it is waning? In the northeast, the moon wanes/waxes straight across (left to right. This passing week after the full moon i noticed it began to wane at an odd angle, approximately 45degrees clockwise.

Is this normal? For all i can remember the moon hasnt behaved in this way. Im not necessarily saying im onto a breakthrough here, but I am looking for enlightenment on the topic if anyone could share.


OH NO! Not this again!

Please, please, please go and study the orbit of the Moon! Please study it and above all understand it!

After that you can come here and say that something is not right.
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So, tell me, since you're in the know, could some of this (which I have also noticed in the last couple of years) have anything to do with the Earth axis being a few degrees different since Dec. 2004, as well as the LOD that resulted from this too?

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Re: Odd Moon Placement/Angle of Rotation?
Jacksonville, Fla here, and last night I saw the moon like I've never seen it before, ever.
It was so low to the horizon and Huge.
It looked like something from sci fi.
Right around 7:00 pm, and really all you could
see was an orange sliver around the bottom and
right of it. It was gigantic and I guess
I've never seen it from this angle.
I live in NC, but I don't know if that
accounts for the perspective shift,
doesn't seem like it would be much different.
Even if it's normal, it was awesome to behold.
saros136
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Re: Odd Moon Placement/Angle of Rotation?
So, tell me, since you're in the know, could some of this (which I have also noticed in the last couple of years) have anything to do with the Earth axis being a few degrees different since Dec. 2004, as well as the LOD that resulted from this too?

That article does not talk about anything remotely like a shift of a few degrees. It is minuscule.

And you would be better off using a planetarium program to predict where the Moon should be.
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12/09/2010 02:37 AM
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Re: Odd Moon Placement/Angle of Rotation?
first thing I thought when I saw the moon tonight.


It isn't waning/waxing correctly.


I could just be a massive dumbass.
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Re: Odd Moon Placement/Angle of Rotation?
My wife and I too have been noticing it acting oddly. Regardless of what some are telling you, the moon has been acting strangely for the past year or maybe more. I have been taking notice for several months now and have an astronomy program which is pretty good. There has been a change in something which has made it rotate or change of placement...or more likely, the earth changed due to the earth quakes in Chile and Japan...but something is definitely different about the moon's activity.
Keep watching!
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Re: Odd Moon Placement/Angle of Rotation?
Nope. It's right where it's suppose to be. Took a pic of it last night and compared it to Stellarium. Matches up perfectly.



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tonight is sunday 8/25/12. I was sitting outside and looking up at the moon for no real reason. The moon was at a 45 degree angle in perspective to me facing foward. Suddenly, HUGH cloud mass was passing in front of it as I watched it. I was stunned to realize as the clouds moved I realized the moon wasn't where it was as my eyes were glued to it. Now within a short time it moved to the left of itself so it was at like a 30 degree perspective from where I was looking. I was stunned. I never saw the moon move but only this HUGH cloud mass but when it passed the moon was moved. Actually, the moon wasn't in the place I'd normally see it to begin with. Three hours later at 11:30 pm est. it was way far to the right which I knew wasn't right either. I called a friend in Arizona and told her about this and she wasn't shocked and said she knew of someone who gave a prophecy about this sort of thing happening last year. She went outside and acknowledged her positioning was far too right for her time zone at that moment which would have been 8:30 in arizona. Did ANYONE see this event? ANYONE. I saw this in est. at 8:30 pm
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Re: Odd Moon Placement/Angle of Rotation?
Nope. It's right where it's suppose to be. Took a pic of it last night and compared it to Stellarium. Matches up perfectly.

 Quoting: BoxerLvr


LOL, nice try. Your moon-edge ragged pixelation gave you away. The photos match because they're the same photos, with one blurred.

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