Gripped by Planet X Rise to Ecliptic

As Planet X rises to the Ecliptic from a 32 degree below the Ecliptic position, it puts increasing strain on the magnetic alignment of the Earth. On May 26 we saw Global Quakes as adjustments in the crust occurred. Then surging ionized magma had the poles bobbling like rafts on the ocean, and swelling in the magma eased crust tension so quakes were at a deadly calm. But when the South Pole is gripped by the approaching North Pole of Planet X, which is approaching Earth from a diagonal as it has a retrograde orbit, rotation stoppage can be anticipated to occur shortly.