Inuit Elders Are Warning the World and NASA that “Earth has Shifted”

Global Climate Change: The Earth Has Shifted, Say Inuit Elders. A new warning has come to NASA from the Inuits. They are warning that the change in climate is not due to global warming but rather, because of the Earth shifting a bit.

The Inuits are local people that live in the Arctic regions of Canada, the United States and Greenland.
They are excellent weather forecasters and so were their ancestors. Presently they are warning NASA that the cause of change in weather, earthquakes etc., are not due to global warming as the world thinks.
They state that the earth has shifted or “wobbled”. “Their sky has changed!”

The elders declare that the sun rises at a different position now, not where it used to previously. They also have longer daylight to hunt now, the sun is much higher than earlier, and it gets warmer much quickly. Other elders across the north also confirmed the same thing about the sky changing when interviewed.

They also alleged that the position of sun, moon and stars have all changed causing changes in the temperature. This has also affected the wind and it is very difficult to predict the weather now and according to them predicting weather is necessary on Arctic.
All the elders confirmed that the Earth has shifted, wobbled or tilted toward the North. This information provided by the Inuit Elders has caused a great concern in the NASA scientists.

39 Responses to “Inuit Elders Are Warning the World and NASA that “Earth has Shifted””

  1. Teebox says:

    Scientists would do well to listen to them. Their kind of wisdom can’t be learned from textbooks.

  2. Richard Knowles says:

    This I do believe here where I live I can tell a difference in where the sun and moon rise and sets

  3. Red says:

    I been sayen this for years. Many years, to stop this you have to stop magnetic north pole from moving.and you ain’t going to do it. Every 32 to 3600,years or so. Best sleep with your life jacket and beer cooler. Ride the waves.

  4. Maria Teresa Lopez says:

    I just learned something. I didn’t know the Inuit people can predict the weather. I always thought the Native American Indians could. Such as, The Navajo, The Sioux, The Cherokee, etc. Interesting, fascinating, and awesome. NASA sure has competition and alot to be concerned about. Luv it!!! m.t.lopez 😀🙂🥰😍🤩🥰😷❤☹💋

    • jan kubiniec says:

      That’s because the inuit look at the sky. NASA and NOAA look at computer screens. Not the same observation.

  5. Loretta says:

    Those people better be careful the Democrats will banish them from the USA if they deny their false climate change crapolla.

    • Nancy says:

      Inuit are not solely American, but yes, this doesn’t fit the narrative.

    • David T Gough says:

      Climate change is still a reality but now we have a new reason for it to consider. Remember that science is study, publish, continue to study, update as needed, publish updates. Science is often updated as study proves new data.

  6. francie cook says:

    Finally! Some who pays attention to real nature and not the lying media! That being said…. We need to find out why the earth is wobbling! Maybe it’s a reaction to the poles getting ready to shift….I don’t know but…I would very much like to know!

  7. Patti Castro says:

    May God bless all Native Americans of all tribes on the North American continent. I have learned about your people and what you lost in
    lost in school. You lost everything you had…your land, your beliefs, your way of life…. your identities….everything. I now find myself in the same situation. Due to the shift in power and money, it is now easy for a big mortgage holder to lie and use fraudulent documents to foreclose on your home. I didn’t owe more than about $18,000 on a second mortgage that was originally for $25,000. I got behind on the mortgage in October of 2019, I called the lender to make payment arrangements. I was told no, I had to pay the whole thing which they said was well over the original loan amount of $25,000. I couldnt do it, so I lost my house, my belongings and way if life. I hope this doesn’t happen to others. I’m 75, retired and partially disabled. May God bless you. May you have a joyous holiday.

    • Debbie Gaffney says:

      Did they fully foreclose on your house? If they did and they sold the house anything above what you owed on the loan they must pay back to you. Try to find an attorney to help you !
      Good luck

    • John Moran says:

      Your situation is not even a quarter of how detrimental the subject your speaking about is.

  8. George Walruff says:

    There is a good reason that elders are honored and trusted. Let’s see if NASA is as wise as they are. They’ve been doing it longer than NASA and NOAA have. So, listen to your elders. Let them guide your science. “Civilized” folks might be in for a surprise. Of course, don’t worry about the progressives and the media, they won’t be able to see the light for a long time. Their sphincters have their heads trapped.

  9. C deering says:

    I have been saying the same thing ever since early spring , the sunlight has shifted on my garden. Things are not growing the same as in past years.

  10. Ryan says:

    This is an interesting little article. Indigenous knowledge can be very valuable and should be respected, however, when no sources are cited, and when this information is published by an “interior design and architecture” website, I question the validity of it. I teach my students to not trust articles online that do not have valid sources cited, and that are published by those who do not have the qualifications/background to make their claims. I would ask that people do not share this on social media or cite this article. If it is not true, it can lead to a disrespect for indigenous cultures and a misleading of the general public (unethical). If it IS true, then please find a better source to share that validates the content better.

    • Ben Russell says:

      With your thinking cap on at the right angle you can spot a sinister side and a funny side to this article. The sneaky little implication that climate change is not our fault. And then the Inuit elders worrying NASA with their observations that the earth has shifted! The same NASA that supplies the precision data on the earth’s movements, without which the satellites that are enabling us to read, share and comment on this article simply wouldn’t work.

  11. Donald Sasso says:

    I remember in my high school years studying the world magnetic system, the north and South Pole positions and its magnetic history on how it had traveled from the north and South Pole to the Ecuator and back to the north and South Pole throughout the millions of years. For some reason this was not taught any longer and even NASA was amazed on how it had recently shifted.
    Like it or not, it will shift, reach the Ecuator which will become the North and South Pole and then back to what we used to say was the north and South Pole in the Artic and Antártica. No one can stop this and is up to mankind to adjust to its changes and build accordingly. If not, then don’t be surprised with the rise of sea levels, collapse of construction close to the beaches and changes in weather patterns around the world.

  12. Jim Hovater says:

    Earth DID shift on it’s axis, approximately 6-inches, in 2011 due to a massive earthquake. The earthquake lasted longer than 5 minutes, creating a tsunami that destroyed the Fukushima nuclear power plant.

    • Karen says:

      I was going to say the same thing, but I could not remember the dates. I remember geologists mentioning this, but the climate change people swept it under the rug.

  13. Alice lefey says:

    Listen now to all the aboriginal elders all around this beautiful world!Aho All my relations

  14. sf willi says:

    Certainly more valid than man-caused global warming BS

  15. Josué Adan says:

    Soooo,, all those una high prepared scientist with una high tech satellites and ultra high tech equipment don’t about this change??.. HOW MANY things around us are happening that governments don’t tell us about??..A LOT!! Is my personal belief as a biological scientist..

  16. Paula says:

    they are probably correct

  17. James Olinger says:

    I would not discount their knowledge on this topic. However, I would think that satellites would have picked this up if it happened over a short period like a decade.

  18. Will Stuart says:

    Combining Chemtrails with the wobble, leads one to some very disturbing scenarios!

    (Check Dan Wigington/GeoEngineering) if your unaware of Chemtrails.

  19. Mark Schultz says:

    My uncle was a bush pilot in Alaska in the fifties and sixties. He was on our glacier and found a tropical plant in the ice. His comment was, maybe not in his lifetime, but at some point in the future Alaska could be tropical again. Bob Curtis was well-known from Anchorage to the Arctic Circle. God Rest his soul. I believe the elders are correct!

  20. Gideon Katibor says:

    Not suprised.. our Lord Jesus said this and we are all expecting it.. and we are waiting for him.. the kingdom of God is near

  21. shirley Flye says:

    thats why the whales beach themselves and die. the magnetic lines have changed

  22. Karen Millsaps says:

    I’m a sky watcher, have been my entire life! We still owned our farm in early 2019, we have since sold out! My animals were acting strange so I was gonna find out why… thought I might have a predator! Stayed up every evening for a week…. what I saw was our sweet Mother Earth wobble or rock back and forth! It changed everything for me!

  23. David Rempel says:

    You should also teach your students to think critically. While the source of the article may not seem like a credible source for such news, you have to accept that news in general is incredibly biased now adays. Especially anything thats related to numerous sensitive topics. Doesnt mean the information is incorrect, false, or even important

  24. Nanjest Thongbam says:

    We are observing unusual cloud formation in Manipur, India these days. Regular shifting from Cirrus to mamary clouds.

  25. Ronald Handfield says:

    In the 12 years we have lived where we are, I have noticed the sun rising and shining in a different place from 12 years ago.

  26. Gazza says:

    Yep wife and I have said this for a quite a few years.

  27. Steveo says:

    Looks like they are correct.

  28. Katherine Baillie says:

    I believe them. Native people’s pay attention to these things. I noticed years before the Japan earthquake that the seasons were changing on the coast of B.C., they had moved by at least two months. Where previously I could plant in Jan. there, over a period of 20 years, that had moved to being able to work the garden and plant in April/May and the fall was longer. I then moved to Saskatchewan and found over 15 years of living here that the sun rises and falls south/east and north/west now versus when I first moved here. It used to raise in the north/east and set in the south/west. And one expected snow and cold in Sept. Now fall is extended to Nov or Dec. When the big Japanese earthquake happened I read that the earth had tilted on its axis a small degree. But I also think the magnetic north and south poles moving has something to do with it.

  29. Georgios Farfaras says:

    September 19, 2018 Scientists ID three causes of Earth’s spin axis drift, contemporary mass loss primarily in Greenland, glacial rebound, and mantle convection.

  30. Kyle says:


  31. jennifer arthur-markey says:

    there isn’t an author or verifiable facts

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