A larger magnetic Pole Shift of Earth is expected to occur as often as, every 3600 years, give or take a few years. This event is in fact so utterly cataclysmic, that it is hard to imagine how anyone can survive it. Waves as high as several miles will sweep across the surface, engulfing everything in its path, even the highest mountains. But is this a completely even dispensation? Perhaps not, the Pole Shift has an axis and it is the location on this axis that will determine the outcome. When close to any of the two axis points, the effects will be fairly mild. But when far from an axis point, the momentum of the watery force will be devastating.
Phases of a Pole Shift
When it comes to planet Earth, the Pole Shift mechanics is determined by the closeness of the Nibiru Sun, a highly magnetic Neutron Star. When this body moves through its perihelion, the entire star flips over, making a ~180 degree roll. Magnetic North becomes magnetic South and vice versa. This new property of the Star will certainly affect Earth, since it too is a magnetic body. The Nibiru Star rotation is also correlated with its magnetism. Thus, Earth will start to slow down at some point, eventually halting its rotation all together.
At this time, the Pole Shift will occur, and the planet will roll over along the ‘Pole Shift Axis’. This is an imaginary line, following the Latitude horizontal parallels, presumable close to the Equator. During the Pole Shift, Earth will tip over along this axis. A major concern is we don’t know where this axis will be located, it can really be at any point along the Equator. Will this axis cut through the Atlantic, or maybe in the middle of Africa, there is no way of knowing until the Pole Shift actually takes place.
An imaginary scenario
Let’s assume for a moment, that the Pole Shift Axis cuts straight through the continent of Africa, coming out somewhere in the Pacific Ocean. In this scenario, the middle of Africa will be relatively spared, while the South American continent will face the full force of moving water masses. However, if the Pole Shift Axis instead goes through the North part of South Americas, then this region will be saved. But now the African continent will have to face unimaginable tidal waves. And so, Earth will act like a devastating roulette wheel when the time is due for a Pole Shift. Who will face extinction and who will be saved, only God knows.
It is not the oceans of Earth moving inherently, the sloshing effect comes from the ocean’s moment of inertia. The waters cannot keep up speed with the fast moving crust of the shifting Earth. Thus, the Oceans will stay relatively still during the Pole Shift, while the landmass moves at incredible speed for a short while. But since the Oceans sticks to the land, tremendous waves will build up, reaching unbelievable heights. The two areas that are always severely affected are the north and south poles of Earth, this cannot be any other way.
Potentially ‘safe’ areas
There are only a few places where survival during a Pole Shift could be considered ‘reasonable’. This is in the middle section of Africa, in the northern parts of South America, in Malaysia, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. As for the rest of the world, the outcome is uncertain. But God takes care of his own and just maybe there will be rescuing parties from outer worldly civilizations, intervening when the time is right.
Note: The upcoming Pole Shift is not expected until around the year 2082, though the timing is highly uncertain.