Don’t let the coming earth polar shift
find you standing beside yourself.


I am not at all an expert on the subject of the predicted earth polar shift. I do, however, wonder what it would be like to wake up one day after a polar shift and find everything different; topsy-turvy and leaning askew. Just saying. If that's what a polar shift would produce?

For example... If you live in Scottsdale, Arizona, finding yourself looking down at Camelback Mountain from Scottsdale Road. Or, you're at the top of the Empire State Building looking up to New Jersey. No self respecting New Yorker looks up to New Jersey! But don't knock it; it isn't called the "Garden State" for nothing. I live there. And, occasionally glance in the direction of the Big Apple. And, from where I live, the view is down. 

Sort of like what I call the “Pisa Effect”. If it happened in Pisa everyone would be going nuts since the Tower would be the only straight thing and everything else leaning.  Or in San Francisco, where nothing is straight to begin with. What if all our familiar landmarks, large and small, became unexpectedly topsy-turvy. Would we be able to find our bearings, our balance? Or would we get dizzy and stumble around? Would we know where we were . . . who we are?

Here’s a concrete example of what I’m talking about: I was once visiting the town of Ayr in Scotland (where our dear Robby Burns was born). Not far is a local curiosity known as the ”electric brae” (hill). I was in an automobile and it appeared that we were on an uphill road. My driver stopped the car, put it in neutral, and (wow-wee-wow!) the car slowly moved forward, up the hill! Click your heels three times if you believe in magic! As for me . . . my best scientific analysis is  we were really pointed downhill, but the local features somehow made it appear otherwise. Search “electric brae” if you want to learn more. But please read the rest of this. Okay?

We all implicitly know that because of gravity, our feet go toward the ground and the rest of us points upward. Just like we know that our nose is not 12 inches long or it would be a “foot”. The point I am gradually working to is this: are you centered within yourself or do you rely on outer references to such an extent that, were the familiar changed or taken away, would you be upset, lost, without bearings. This is not some idle issue I cooked up to crack wise with. I have personally been involved in serious bio-medical research on the subject of balance and you would be surprised at how much the visual reference is a factor in our sense of position and balance in three-dimensional space. And, let's not get into all the psychic connections that we tend to form. As in, "I can't live without you!" That's a sure fire way to keep your loved one in your life, by the way. (Not.) The point is that we live with expectations of relationships and connections both physical and mental/emotional. When they change or disappear or are taken away, then what. I'll tell you what. There you are. Period.

Be prepared . . .  

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