Indigenous peoples of the north warned that the Earth has moved but no one heard them

(ORDO NEWS) — During the Global Warming Summit in Copenhagen, December 7-18, 2009, Inuit elders spoke about the effects of pollution in the Arctic and how it affects their hunting and fishing. But that’s only part of the story…

According to the elders of the Inuit – the indigenous inhabitants of the Arctic regions of Canada, the United States and Greenland – the Earth has moved.

Inuit elders issued a warning not only to the UN and NASA, but to humanity in general, stating that climate change cannot be blamed on global warming alone and that our planet is shifting. The elders say our planet is “tottering”, warning that “their skies have changed”.

Indigenous peoples of the north warned that the Earth has moved but no one heard them 2Image showing magnetic excursion since 1900

The Inuit are considered excellent weather forecasters, like their ancestors before them, and according to them, the sun no longer rises where it should, and the days are longer than before.

The Inuit have used the sun and moon to predict the weather for hundreds of years. Now the sun, moon and stars that control their weather have moved, making it very difficult to predict the weather.

Indigenous peoples of the north warned that the Earth has moved but no one heard them 3An image showing where the equator is thought to be after the earth’s crust has shifted. Then the equator returns to its present position at intervals of about twelve thousand years

Could this be a direct observation of the ongoing magnetic pole shift and a harbinger of the coming crustal shift that Chan Thomas hypothesized in his 1965 book The Story of Adam and Eve, a book and theory championed by none other than Albert Einstein himself?

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