By Zuerrnnovahh-Starr Livingstone
March 3, 2005
Since the Mount Ida Vortex started on February 17, 2005,
the strength of the vortex has varied between ten degrees and four degrees
deviation. The period of the variation is about four days, I will need more
cycles to plot a more accurate graph. It is not a sine wave. On February
27, 2005, the deviation increased three degrees in five hours and remained
at eight and nine degrees deviation for forty hours. During that peak three
earthquakes happened off the west coast of Vancouver Island.
The strongest earthquake was 4.9. On March 1, 2005, the deviation
dropped from 8 to 4 degrees in less than an hour. That minimum lasted a
day and returned to eight degrees deviation on March 2, 2005. On a rough
graph, the cycle looks like a "square wave". In electronics, a
square wave is a simple on-off-on-off cycle, but since the deviation is
never turned "off" there is a more complex action happening. There
are also smaller cycles buried within the four day cycle.
The Okanagan/Shuswap has a large fault line underlying the lakes, but there
are few earthquakes. The largest are about 4 on the Richter Scale. Mount
Ida is an old volcano which at one time many have stood as high as 10,000
feet but is now less than half that height due to repeated ice ages rounding
off its cinder cone. The highest point is the 5400 foot west peak which
is a basalt/pumice dyke two miles west of the volcanic ash east peak. The
east peak, composed of softer material, is now 4900 feet.
The vortex appears to be four miles in radius centered on the magmatic plug
beneath the east peak. I initially guessed that the vortex was smaller,
one hundred yards in diameter, similar to the Oregon Vortex in Gold Hill
Oregon. Performing a Google search on the Oregon Vortex, it still exists
and covers about 3/4 of an acre. Tom Brokaw of NBC News reported on the
vortex in 2003.
Without surveying equipment and sensitive magnetometers, it
is hard to plot the extent of the Mount Ida Vortex. My house is located
is nearly four miles due north of the east peak and on a bench on the edge
of the mountain. The vortex "wall" is just north of our house.
The fluctuations in magnetic intensity also makes the plotting of the "wall"
The Adam's Lake First Nation's tribe have much to say about Mount Ida. There
are legends about a doorway opening up to the inner world once every Fall
and people of the inner world coming out and telling tribe members about
the coming winter. Also green orbs of light are seen when the doorway is
open. Most UFO sightings in the Shuswap Lake region are at Notch Hill near
Tappen BC, fifteen miles northwest of Mount Ida. Several years ago, a man
saw a number of green lights coming out of Mount Ida. Brian Vike of firstname.lastname@example.org
, reports the southern interior of British Columbia has had a great increase
in UFO sightings over the past couple of years. As this vortex event started
in late winter, it may or may not be part of the Fall doorway to the inner
world legend. Regardless of the UFO reports and Indian legends, there is
an extremely strong magnetic field pulsating from Mount Ida.
I have no idea on the dates and durations of previous vortex events. No
doubt the current magnetic anomaly is not unique. This sort of magnetic
phenomena is unexplained in textbooks. It is a magnetic tornado totally
different from magnetism used in electric motors. As this vortex cycle started
spontaneously and there is no apparent seismic/magmatic activity under Mount
Ida, it is most likely either a tributary affect of the planetary magnetic
field or a hyperdimensional free-energy event.
I will email all my compass readings on March 10 2005.
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