Recently, the magnetic fields has appeared twisted, with the positive outflow immediately going south and the intake, the negative flow, coming down from the north instead of up from the south. What would cause that? Within a 24 hour period from October 28-29 the field went from a normal appearance, to showing that a magneton blast was occurring, to showing a twisted magnetic field.
Recently, on the Magnetic Simulator, the S Pole of Earth temporarily disappeared. We explained that this was an instance of the magnetic field of Earth and Planet X going end-to-end, such that the magnetons from the Earth's N Pole travel to the S Pole of Planet X, avoiding Earth's S Pole altogether. But what would explain the magnetic twist, where Earth's field appears to be heading in the wrong direction entirely, the emissions from the N Pole going directly south, the intake at the S Pole coming directly from the north? Planet X is slightly to the right in a line drawn from the Sun to the Earth, and thus until it has swung its N Pole some 195°, as it has done in a dither at times recently, it will not be pointing directly at the Earth. Most of the time, as it continues to close the gap between itself and the Earth, Planet X will be influencing the Earth's magnetosphere from a point slightly to the side.
The flow of magnetons from the Earth's N Pole continues to try to merge with the flow from Planet X, diverted to the S Pole of Planet X. But as a flow cannot continue without an intake as well as an exit, the S Pole of Earth represents a type of magnetic vacuum, a pull. Thus some magnetons from the N Pole of Planet X, which has a wide field, drift to the S Pole of Earth rather than travel on to the S Pole of Planet X. Why do these magnetons not move directly from the N Pole of Planet X to the S Pole of Earth? Those magnetons in the field close to Planet X are pulled strongly to the S Pole of Planet X, and also do not want to cross the flow of magnetons coming from Earth, joining to form a merged field with Planet X. It is those magnetons which are cast far afield, in the large magnetic field of Planet X, which find they can drift toward the S Pole of Planet X. This is yet another example of the truth of our words. Planet X is slightly to the right of the Sun in the view from Earth, and is pointing its N Pole toward Earth. What else would cause the Earth's magnetic field to twist?