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(Tia answers questions raised by fears of a pole shift happening in the future to dispute some of the reports and questions the data on the others. She has an abundance of her own data that she quotes to help us understand better what to expect.) 

Tia: okay next question, Skip?

Skip: no uh-uh, I’m listening tonight though.

Tia: okay.

Russ: all right, there was an email sent to me on translation periods in dimensional shifts?

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: and I thought I’d go over some of this with you and Omal and Kiri…..

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: because a lot of it deals with the future. It’s another one of those fourth dimensional shift change things?

Tia: oh dear.

Russ: yeah I know. So apparently according to it and if you actually put this to sixth dimension it makes more sense…..

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: but they would say that prior to the poles of the earth moving to new locations…..

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: which is where the human consciousness usually moves into the fourth dimension, they’re will be a period of time where there will be worldwide chaos. A period where most people go insane, all social systems, financial systems, political systems etc. collapse and the planet is plunged into total chaos.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: now that's sort of similar to what we're already working with in the meantime….

Tia: but not that drastic.

Russ: correct.

Tia: most from what I’ve researched, most of these dimensional shift people talk about a time of mass destruction, total chaos, great harm, major disasters, etc., etc., etc.. They paint a picture of doom and gloom. They say everything is going to be bad until the change. I find this hard to understand because they are not achieving anything, they’re adding to the problem. Anyway continue.

Russ: what are the chances……I mean we’ve talked about this before but just so I can put it on tape when I put this out, what are the odds of the poles shifting from where they're at now to a complete reversal?

Tia: oh it does happen, it does happen.

Russ: it actually does says here it does happen, it just happened recently in fact.

Tia: what do they define as recently?

Russ: let’s see, they say that basically the geomagnetic field is undergoing huge changes and that it’s growing weaker. 2,000 years ago the field measured four Gauss, about 500 years ago…..now it’s at .04 Gauss.

Tia: where do they come up with these figures, 2,000 years ago?

Russ: I don’t know how they figured out it was that much 2,000 years ago but they say that the field is changing and now they’re saying that in June, July, August, September, October and part of November of 1996, there was a bigger and longer anomaly. During that time the South Pole actually moved around and if you had a compass you could see it moving on a daily basis varying from 2 ½ degrees to as much is 17 degrees in a single day.

Tia: do you know what would happen if there was that kind of degree shift?

Russ: uh-uh.

Tia: you’re talking about earthquakes that are on the nine plus scale.

Russ: oh, the 17 degrees in a single day?

Tia: uh-huh. Major earthquakes and I mean major.

Russ: wouldn’t that increase the wobble?

Tia: correct. You see the problem with your popular modern science is that they don’t have the records, they don’t have the records. It’s.......you’re going to hate me......Al Gore, "this July was the hottest July on records in the United States." Records only go back 150 years. However, what they're comparing to is the coldest century, the 1800s to the turn-of-the-century was that coldest winter on Chinese records that go back 600 years. In our records it was the 1800s to 1900s was the coldest hundred years in close to a 1,000 years.

Russ: hmm.

Tia: the…..thank you…..the 1200s was warmer by 3 degrees on average then the current hundred years at the moment, from 19……well 1898 to 1998 by 3 degrees.

Russ: hmm.

Tia: the 700 years before that was warmer on average by 2 degrees so it’s no big deal. Al Gore is going around sounding alarms about something that is wrong, they do not have the records and where the records are on your planet are in ice cores and if they did ice samples in glaciers and on the South Pole they would find that this century is a normal century.

Russ: hmm.

Tia: if they did the research and looked around in places that……records that go back over a 1,000 years, China, Japan, India, Europe, Rome, Greece, Great Britain. Okay let me read something that I have prepared because I was expecting you to ask this question. "In 1122 in the year of our Lord, the wine produced was of"……and instead of going thee and thou and thus and so on, I’m skipping over it………."produced a bountiful harvest." Guess where the record comes from?

Russ: Italy?

Tia: no.

Russ: where?

Tia: a little monastery just outside the town in Great Britain of York.

Russ: uh-huh.

Tia: they’ve not been able to produce wine there in 500 years.

Russ: hmm.

Tia: they’ve just started to grow vines and produce wine there again.

Russ: so it wasn’t a moneymaker for them?

Tia: they couldn’t grow it, it was too wet, too damp, and too cold. So what does that tell you?

Russ: quite warm summers.

Tia: uh-huh which means that the warm summers were the norm. There are pictures that go back to the 1300s and 1200s that are looked upon as, 'oh, nice little winter scenes." Do you know why the artist painted those pictures?

Russ: hmm?

Tia: because it was new.

Russ: hmm.

Tia: that’s the only reason artists paint things in nature is because it’s new, something that is unheard of.

Russ: hmm.

Tia: in about 1200 to 1600 they had a mini Ice Age, that’s not all that long ago.

Russ: well as I recall it was…..wasn’t there a major Ice Age up until throughout the period just before Atlantis went down?

Tia: uh-huh, uh-huh.

Russ: and that those places that are fairly habitable now back then weren’t?

Tia: uh-huh. Yeah and it’s all part of a natural cycle.

Russ: uh-huh.

Tia: I hate to go on my tirades about and I get more and more informed as I have a tirade because I go off and research and I will come up with answers to my questions.

Russ: hmm.

Tia: remember my last tirade was about global warming? 

Russ: uh-huh.

Tia: well I went off and researched and I'm looking at all these records and stuff that we have and going, “wait a second.” However, it is unmistakable that the human species is having an effect and a negative effect but it’s not irreversible as politicians are claiming.

Russ: very good, I’ve got a couple more for you then.

Tia: okay.

Russ: this one you’re going to love a lot, "that at one point according to a guy named Gregg Braden, this is just in June of '96, the South Pole of the planet actually moved off the coast of California for a few hours."

Tia: what?

Russ: yeah, I thought you’d like that one.

(Skip snickers)

Tia: can you read that again?

Russ: it says, "at one point according to Gregg Braden, the South Pole of the planet actually moved off the coast of California for a few hours. This info can be easily checked, just look at any aeronautical map of the world for any major airport prior to June of 1986 and then get a new one. They had to make new maps in order to land their planes and compare them. You’ll see that the error correction for magnetic North Pole has changed which means at the South Pole has moved. Chicago O’Hare international changed by two and one half……"

Tia: go back, did you say magnetic?

Russ: yeah.

Tia: that’s normal.

Russ: magnetic North Pole.

Tia: the magnetic North Pole changes.

Russ: but this says the South Pole moved off the coast of California which would put the North Pole somewhere in the Russia wouldn’t it?

Tia: thereabouts.

Russ: yeah. Probably like Siberia if I’m not mistaken.

Tia: no China.

Russ: China.

Tia: well Mongolia.

Russ: right.

Tia: no, that kind of shift you would have massive earthquakes of approximately……..it would rip your planet pieces.

Russ: seems like it would be, even for a few hours…..

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: it would certainly wake people up in the morning.

Tia: no it wouldn’t wake people up in the morning.

Skip: shift all the plates wouldn’t it darling?

Tia: oh yes and then some……

Skip: and shift all the plates.

Tia: and then some. As I said, it would rip your planet to pieces.

Skip: oh yeah.

Russ: hmm. Okay, want another one?

Tia: yeah, I’m in for good laughs.

Russ: all right, yeah I love them too. This is about Mexico and the fires down in Mexico.

Tia: oh let me guess, they were generated by the chupacabra?

Russ: nope.

Tia: oh, party pooper.

Russ: no this is all about the…..actually let me find it here.

Tia: let me guess, it’s all about the Aztec warriors coming out of the forest and being totally confused?

Russ: nope sorry.

Tia: Toltecs?

Russ: nope.

Tia: Anasazis?.

Russ: here we go, "we’re told that the states of fires are being caused by farmers burning their crops to make room for more crops."

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: okay, "actual eyewitnesses in Mexico that I have talked with have a different story. They say Mount Popocatépetl, about 40 miles southeast of Mexico City, has been erupting for over a year now and the ground in the surrounding areas is becoming very hot. Eyewitnesses say the trees are spontaneously breaking into flames which would mean that the ground would have to be over 459°F. One report said they even saw animals spontaneously burst into flames, one eyewitness I spoke with said that even a long ways, the ground was so hot that rubber soles of shoes will melt while walking in the forest."

Tia: and these people walking in the forest are not spontaneously combusting?

Russ: apparently they're wearing rubber shoes.

Tia: which is protecting them huh?

Russ: protecting them yes.

Tia: okay…..

Russ: which makes them walk on the ground instead of bare feet I suppose.

Tia: now it is true that that mountain is erupting…..

Russ: ahh.

Tia: and it is true that it is a volcano and it is true that the ground in that area is warmer but 400 degrees?

(Skip starts laughing again)

Russ: well, I just read them as I get them.

Skip: 400 degrees, everything would catch on fire.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: yeah, they are assuming that.

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: in other words, the people are spreading sort of like fear all over the place.

Tia: yeah.

Skip: because at 400°, even your grass would burn and your trees and your bushes.

Tia: instead of spontaneously combusting, the whole area would be aflame.

Skip: that’s right.

Tia: for example, who’s got a lighter?

Linda M: I do.

Tia: okay, hold a piece of paper that far above it and then light it but don’t even bother because we know what’s going to happen.

Linda M: it’s going to turn brown and then…….

Tia: it will catch fire.

Skip: it will catch fire.

Tia: and that is exactly what would happen in the jungles.

Russ: and that's why they're saying why all the fires are breaking out.

Tia: I’m sorry, I find that very hard to believe.

Skip: well they're contradicting themselves there really.

Tia: uh-huh.

Skip: because if the ground is four hundred and something degrees, you'd have a fire.

Tia: uh-huh.

Skip: now how can you walk on ground that hot if it’s burning?

Tia: uh-huh, rubber soles would melt and so would the feet within it and so would the people within it and so would the eyewitnesses, they would go up like a torch.

Russ: okay now in related news, it says, "in June '98, another huge volcano Pacaya, erupted near Guatemala City."

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: 'in California, the Mammoth Lake area appears to be potentially ready for a possible eruption."

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: "Mount Saint Helens is receiving about a hundred earthquakes a day, Mount Rainier also seems to be dangerously close a possible eruption."

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: "underwater volcanoes forming off the coast of California."

Tia: uh-huh.

Russ: "what is being said is that the entire coastline from Guatemala to Washington state is becoming dangerously close to some kind of major reaction. Exactly what, no one knows."

Tia: okay, let’s look at Mammoth Mountain. Mammoth Mountain is a batholith within a caldera. A caldera is a volcano that went kablooey, my estimate on your planet is about 7,000 years ago. It is still a hot spot and what is happening is that magma is coming up to the surface creating earthquakes and yes, for Mammoth Mountain, there is actually that possibility. If it erupts, it’s going to be not a major eruption but it’s going to be on the size of Mount Saint Helens which was a small eruption. The volcanoes off the coast of California, yep they are there, they’re off the coast of California, it depends how far off the coast of California you're talking about.

Russ: you mean Hawaii?

Tia: uh-huh. In another 50,000 years there is going to be a new island. Mount Rainier, yep it’s a sleeping volcano. The earthquakes and everything are natural and useful. Because the magma is coming to the surface and meeting colder rock, it cools and the mountain expands and as it cools it contracts and returns back to its normal size creating……..earthquakes. There is the possibility that there will be a buildup of magma. The magma will break to the surface and there will be a major eruption. Mount Hood, I’m surprised they didn’t mention Mount Hood, yep that’s doing it too. I’m surprised they didn’t mention Mount Shasta.

Skip: that’s what I was wondering.

Tia: yep that’s doing it too. You want to know why they’re doing it?

Russ: same reason.

Tia: same reason, it’s natural. As the plates subduct under each other, the magma is heated up and comes to the surface. It’s all a natural cycle. If they explode, yep there’s going to be great loss of life, yep there’s going to be great harm, it’s going to be pretty grim and sad however, volcanic activities are very useful. What benefits, what is the single biggest benefit of volcanic activity?

Linda M: land.

Tia: uh-huh.

Linda M: precious metals?

Tia: uh-huh. It’s also very, very rich. A
griculturally, it makes the soil incredibly rich. One of the finest wine producing areas so I’m told and frequently told that we should get some Napa Valley wine is Napa Valley. At the end of Napa Valley is a mountain called St. Helena, not to be confused with St. Helens. That whole area produces the finest wine in the United States. The Yakima Valley which is a fine producer of fruits, apples, pears, peaches, wines, grapes……

Skip: cherries.

Tia: sorry?

Skip: yeah, cherries too.

Tia: cherries, is also very close to a volcano.

Linda M: oh wow. Well is all the land formed with volcanic eruptions?

Tia: yeah, in the long run yes it is if you trace the history back. Well I’ve more than used up my allotted time.

Russ: oh yeah.

Tia: oh yeah, oh yeah.

Russ: but you answered many questions that are….

Skip: thank you darling, I’m very grateful.

(Tia blows a raspberry and then says goodbye in Durondedunn)