Ionized particles within the liquid magma of Earth's core normally cluster at the poles, or around the magnetic solid core of the Earth. They break and mingle with the other magma only under duress, such as the passage of Planet X creates.
- When 32 degrees below the Ecliptic and rising to pierce the Ecliptic between the Earth and Sun, magnetic particles from Planet X add to the particle flow moving into the Earth's S Pole. This causes the ionized particles which normally cluster at the S Pole to bobble about on one side of the plate.
- When rising such that the angle between the Earth's S Pole and Planet X's N Pole is sharper, and Planet X closer, the particle flow of magnetic particles counters and blocks the flow from N to S within the Earth's field, creating a larger flow inbound at the S Pole on the opposite side of the Earth. This causes those ionized particles to switch sides, to avoid the heavy traffic lane. The point where this bobble was equalized, normal for Earth, was May 31, the dead calm day.
- The N Pole of Earth now increasingly has a bobble of ionized particles, also away from the heavy traffic land. These ionized particles are now poised to rush along the Atlantic Rift, when Planet X reaches a near point, creating, suddenly, a giant magnet along the Rift, which is gripped to stop rotation.
ZetaTalk, written June 2, 2003