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Re: Honest Question...Poleshift and the Pyramids...Pole/Axis Shift in Cayce Quotes

David Paterson wrote:
> Can you post references to papers, articles or sites that give
> details of the direction of the magnetic field of Mercury 
> and other planets and moons? 

Surveyor reports indicate that the surface of Mars indicates magnetic
fields pointing in different directions, as with the Earth, past pole
shifts on Mars.  Something the Zetas stated does and has ocurred during
passage of Planet X. 

    [Planet X], barreling though the Solar System, affects 
    more than just the Earth, as might be imagined. How 
    could it not affect the other planets, particularly those
    close to the Sun. Where the Earth experiences a pole 
    shift each time, being composed of materials that 
    magnetically align with the giant comet, other planets 
    have wholly different reactions. Venus, for instance, 
    is relatively unaffected, outside of a slight change in 
    orbit toward the path of the comet. Mars also has a 
    pole shift, but this is slight as this planet has cooled 
    and has less fluidity in its core than the Earth. The 
    planets in the outer orbits, depending on their weight, 
    pull slightly inward during the comet's passage, but 
    find their normal route later, the influence of other 
    factors determining their normal orbit weighing in 
    again. And how does the Sun itself react? 
    Imperturbable, not even a flare, as its activity is 
    influenced from within, not without.
        ZetaTalk™, Other Planets

Magnetic Stripes Preserve Record of Ancient Mars

    Scientists using the spacecraft's MAGNETOMETER have 
    discovered banded patterns of MAGNETIC FIELDS on the 
    Martian surface. The adjacent magnetic bands point
    in opposite directions, giving these invisible stripes 
    a striking similarity to patterns seen in the crust of 
    Earth's sea floors. On the Earth, the sea floor spreads
    apart slowly at mid-oceanic ridges as new crust flows 
    up from Earth's hot interior. Meanwhile, the direction
    of Earth's magnetic field reverses occasionally, 
    resulting in alternating stripes in the new crust that 
    carry a fossil record of the past hundreds of million 
    years of Earth's magnetic history.