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Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?

 
Earth Daughter

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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
In your heart.

I kid you not.
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
anywhere but on the surface....For a while :-)


I'm pretty sure that's the WRONG answer as there could be sustained 300+ MPH winds.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 508853


Who cares, there will not even be a microbe left viable! nada, nothing, zip!

Try and just understand the simple concept of flooding the entire Earth's surface with sea water!
"Anger is a wind that blows out the lamp of your mind"
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
There is a record of a magnetic pole shift in rock that was molten at the time of them...as the rock cools it is stamped with the magnetic polarity of the moment. A shift is a slow process (we are in the beginning of) and while it happens the poles wander for awhile...maybe for over 100 years. A pole shift has been simulated physically in labs too, it's an established fact.
There is no record of any physical plate pole shift like Mrs Zeta claims, nor is there a model in physics that shows how it is possible. The combined energies of the planet are not anywhere near great enough to overcome the momentum that exists in it's orbit and rotation.
The risk in the magnetic pole shift is what we are already seeing: high cancer rates due to greater exposure to high energy charged particles that get through the depleted magnetic field.
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
In your heart.

I kid you not.
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:)
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
In your opinion, where is the safest place to live after a pole shift? And for that matter, just prior to and during a pole shift.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 508853

the shift already happened, you're cool where you are
unless you're subjectable to natural disasters, ie hurricanes, landslides, etc.
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
In your opinion, where is the safest place to live after a pole shift? And for that matter, just prior to and during a pole shift.
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north !!!! NORTH.....NORTH !!!! hf
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
In your opinion, where is the safest place to live after a pole shift? And for that matter, just prior to and during a pole shift.

the shift already happened, you're cool where you are
unless you're subjectable to natural disasters, ie hurricanes, landslides, etc.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 539551


There you go! problem solved by the AC! Now who is going to tell Nancy?
"Anger is a wind that blows out the lamp of your mind"
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
ummm the moon probably......
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01/29/2009 11:21 AM
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
The pole shift will take about a thousand years to complete, you will be long gone before you see it. Anyway, who said you have to move anywhere? All that changes is the magnetic North... continents are not going to move around.looool
Pole shifts happen regularly in the Solar system but they don't spin upside down.lol True North will still be true North, only Magnetic North changes.
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01/29/2009 11:33 AM
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
how much is five hundred meters in feet .?
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ballpark it


a meter is very close to a yard


3 feet about per each meter
multiply that to 500 meters=

about 1500 feet...




north is better from my intuition


and having the tools to survive in colder climates...and lots of gardening supplies to work an inside garden...avoiding dependence on the beastSystem with RFID chipping/tattooing...
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
In your opinion, where is the safest place to live after a pole shift? And for that matter, just prior to and during a pole shift.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 508853



The Inside of a Whale.


Or the place where the most ancient buildings and artifacts are still standing or in evidence. .
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
In your opinion, where is the safest place to live after a pole shift? And for that matter, just prior to and during a pole shift.
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Id stick to where your at. Your mommy's basement.
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
If you think for any minute Florida (any part of for that matter,) will be a "great" place to live after a pole shift, you BETTER THINK AGAIN!!

As I live here NOW, I'm am earnestly saving to get out and buy land elsewhere. Where is elsewhere you ask? 1. High altitude 2. Tillable soil 3. Has lakes, streams, creeks, etc. 4. with a group of like minded people.

Been here for hurricane Andrew and everything else afterwards....TRUST ME, you want to be here after and or during.
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
If you think for any minute Florida (any part of for that matter,) will be a "great" place to live after a pole shift, you BETTER THINK AGAIN!!

As I live here NOW, I'm am earnestly saving to get out and buy land elsewhere. Where is elsewhere you ask? 1. High altitude 2. Tillable soil 3. Has lakes, streams, creeks, etc. 4. with a group of like minded people.

Been here for hurricane Andrew and everything else afterwards....TRUST ME, you would not want to be here after and or during.
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
this is semi speculation....but anything north of 45 degrees should be fine. the further north the better.



the last place you want to be is at, or below the equator.
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I think the opposite. Central America is too narrow and will be inundated. Somewhere in or around Chad or the Central African Republic. Advantages aside from being far from the sea, it is also fairly primitive so the people will survive better without electricity and technology. Central Borneo, for the same reasons, except for the possibility of Java nearby blowing up due to vulcanism. The Middle of India, Nepal, anywhere in the Himalayas. Parts of Central China may be OK, but they are a bit on the North side.
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
there is only the heart to reside in.
It doesn't matter who I m it's who U R so ChoOse
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
The closer you are to me the safer you are.
If you have not made peace with the self, if you do not live in peace self-sustainably in your being, then what do you have to offer to another? How then can peace come to be for the world, if you are not willing to seek it within? -Eliakim
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
it would be interesting time to experiance but i suspect it be a bit more than a change of latatude and a bit of water sloshing about as when you listen to the boffins talk of subduction zones when such an event happens it will be with a slightly changed map and one or two places might become legends and a few tears in the crust at such interesting points
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
The UK will Be another Atlantis at the bottom of the sea.Still I will die smiling knowing all the illegals went down with me.
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Except the Isle of Iona ... which Saint Columba has promised will "swim above the waves".

It is a protected place, given the its holiness and the important part it has played in expanding the Word of God amongst the world.
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
In your heart.

I kid you not.
 Quoting: Earth Daughter

:skol:
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
The safest place on the planet is Dullstroom in South Africa. It has an elevation of 6400ft, plenty of water and is very stable in terms of having no earthquakes etc. It does get cold in winter though, but only to around -5ish degrees centigrade. check it out [link to www.icon.co.za]
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
Somewhere that:
-Is at least 200 meters above sealevel, 500+ to be on the safe side.
-is tectonically stable.
-has acces to groundwater preferabely a contained aquifer.
-has acces to farmable and grazable land.
-has some basic infrastructure.
-is at a safe distance from densely populated areas.
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Sounds like where i live.
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
In your opinion, where is the safest place to live after a pole shift? And for that matter, just prior to and during a pole shift.


Terra Firma
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That's a good idea...I'll have to look into moving there!

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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
:skol:
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what a disturbing pic
Water always wins. :sun:
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
In your opinion, where is the safest place to live after a pole shift? And for that matter, just prior to and during a pole shift.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 508853

If I were you, I would be more concerned about safety DURING a pole shift!
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
How about halfway up Saskatchewan, prince Edward, on the edge of civilization. The highway system stops and the Canadian wilderness begins, plenty of wildlife and lakes. Just the cold winters to deal with. But warm clothes, a well built cabin, a big pile of firewood and food…walla…
If you had started 10 years ago you could now have a self sustaining organic farm in a remote location with many modern conveniences and alternative power sources. You could live in modern society at prince Edward until the SHTF and be COMPLETELY ready to bugout whenever.

Going there unprepared at this late date, your chances of survival are not nearly as good. ( If you can even ‘sneak’ into the country.)
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
When is said pole shift supposed to happen?
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07/28/2009 02:44 PM
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
I hear DETROIT is vacant and has room..... lol
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
after richard strongs pole shifts?
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Re: Where is the safest place to live after a pole shift?
Pole shift safe areas ?


There has been much argument, both for and against an impending pole shift. Many psychics and seers throughout the ages have predicted a shifting of the poles as the ultimate catastrophe.


Various predictions (more usually in Nth America) provide details of so called "safety lands" that will not be severely affected by the predicted pole shift. Assuming these predictions are valid, the details are given as follows :


Edgar Cayce. Reading 1152-11 given on 13th August 1944 contained the statement that Virginia Beach in Nth America would be among the safety lands. In addition, portions of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and much of the Southern and Eastern portions of Canada would be safe. It is worth pointing out here that Cayce predicted a shifting of the poles for 1998- We are still waiting ! Cayce also describes Livingston, Montana as a major seaport after the Earth Changes.


Paul Solomon. His readings are very much agreeing with Edgar Cayce. Paul indicates that the Shenandoah Valley in America is a primary safe land. Bermuda will also be safe as will the North-eastern USA (away from the coasts). Central and southern Florida (again away from the coasts) are also given as safety lands.


Hugh Auchincloss Brown. His research points to East Africa and the Central Pacific as pivotal points during a Pole Shift. These areas, he argues, should be relatively safe as they will experience the least disturbance.


Aaron Abrahemsen's readings state that New England (except for coastal areas), will be safe. Vermont and New Hampshire will also remain relatively unaffected. His readings also state that Houston will also become a Major seaport.




In summary, the main areas, and those that have predicated them, are as follows :





Major Safety Lands

Hugh Auchincloss Brown


Greenland, Antarctica, East Africa, Pacific Ocean



Chan Thomas

Southeast Africa



Emil Sepic


Far Inland at High altitude (Hmm-no surprises there then!)



Edgar Cayce


Southern & Eastern Canada, Norfolk USA (Virginia area), Ohio, Indiana and Illinois



Aaron Abrahmsen


New England (Inland) & Houston



Paul Solomon


Shenandoah valley, Bermuda, Southern Florida and Inland New England areas





Native Americans


Rocky Mountains, Appalachian Mountains, Four corners areas of Arizona, New Mexico, Utah & Colorado



Ruth Montgomery


Egypt, Mediterranean area, Gobi desert



Tom Valentine


Western Coast of Europe, Mid pacific area (Near Hawaii)