Sun North and Bright
Way too far North, way too high in the dome, and way too bright. This has been observed and documented recently from America and Europe, as documented in this Pole Shift ning blog. This implies a lean into opposition, where the N Pole of Earth is pointing consistently more toward the Sun and Planet X. Leaning into opposition places Earth in a comfortable position, along the magnetic flow lines of Planet X, aka Nibiru.
ZetaTalk Explanation 8/6/2011: As Planet X moved closer still, enveloping Earth in its magnetosphere, a type of flipping about also began, where the Earth would tilt its N Pole away or flip in the other direction, into opposition along the magnetic flow lines of Planet X. The Earth will attempt to placate the dominant magnetic field of Planet X by lying in opposition, actually pointing its N Pole toward the Sun.
Late afternoon on June 9, 2013 at 4:30 pm the Sun was “virtually overhead” in Blackpool, UK as determined by the shadows. The Sun should have been casting long shadows at that time, about one-third way up in the dome (Altitude 30), closer to the horizon than the top of the dome, per Skymap. Yet from the angle, it appears to be twice that, two-thirds of the way up in the dome. In Wisconsin, I, Nancy, had a chance to take a couple readings when the Sun was quite visible. In both cases the measure was 20? or more too far to the North. The Sun was also rising early and too high in the dome by about that same measure, 20?.
June 9: The Sun at 16.30 hrs in Blackpool North West UK. Note the shadows under the cars on the road – Sun virtually overhead! [and from another] June 11: I just took a measure here in Wisconsin at 6:55 am DST. By my measure the Sun was at Azimuth 53 in the NE and Altitude 40, Per Skymap it should have been Azimuth 73 and Altitude 17. This is fully 20d too far to the North and fully 20d too high in the dome! I have had these readings pretty consistently, during sunny days, which are few and far between in our lingering cold spring here. [and from another] June 17: Sun way too far North. Skymap says it should be at Azimuth 68, but it is at Azimuth 43, a full 25d too far North!
Another phenomena is also apparent – a sunrise occurring for hours before the Sun is scheduled to rise, with the sunrise seeming to last for hours. This is the Second Sun, sunlight bouncing off the vast dust cloud of Planet X so it appears two suns are rising, one after the other. A webcam capture in Sweden on June 15, 2013 shows the Sun rising hours too early. The Second Sun was captured on the webcam at 00:55 am. Predawn light is traditionally evident only the hour or at most two hours before sunrise.