The Andromedans are as well, and unlike Nancy's friends, the Andromedans are quoting a timeframe!
When Earth’s crust makes its final movement, the final shift to complete its counter clock-wise 90 degree rotation, by late March 2013 – which land mass will be where Earth’s present north pole is located?
ANSWER: the new geographic north pole will be what is today North Central Africa. An good visual expression of what you will see around the globe is that today’s east west orientation of the North American Continent (Canada, U.S, Mexico) with a 90 degree turn - will now have a north south orientation. The west coast, becomes the south coast. Further, much of what is today Mexico, U.S, Canada and Alaska… will be in the new southern hemisphere. However, the new magnetic poles will actually have a West - to - East orientation.
What kind of time will it take for the planet, for the land to settle, after all of the changes have occurred?
ANSWER: the last physical planetary changes are expected to complete in late March 2013. There is expected to be about 2-3 months of quieting, settling of the land. It will take at least 2 years of an overall settling-in process of the people on the planet to get organized, settled, and to begin to live new lives. Many choices will need to be made.
The speeding up of this solar system & its planets including Earth due to the faster & higher frequency energy vibration rate of this area - their upliftment into the 4th density resulting in major geophysical events and additional changes to planet Earth - all of these changes are projected to begin:
mid-October 2011, continue through all of 2012, reaching full strength of the time frame of December 2012, through March 2013 when the final rotation of the 90 degree shift of Earth's crust happens with the present day East/West orientation of the continents move into their new North/South orientation. These changes are expected to settle down throughout remaining 2013, and will begin the completion of this cycle by the end of October, winding down in December 2013.
Question? Do we trust either source to be more or less truthful / accurate?
Another question... If you thought that something like this was approaching, would you worry about long-term financial prudence? Or, would you 'spend spend spend'?
I wonder whether a lot of people will soon feel that 'sometimes it sucks being financially sensible.'