Inuits: Sun Barely Clearing the Horizon In Arctic

The Intellihub
Shepard Ambellas
June 15, 2011

As you know, we have be covering the shifting earth changes and relevant positions of the sun and moon.

The Inuit in the Canadian Arctic might have more insight into the matter than the average person due to their unique perspective in which they can view the sun, stars, and moon from their position on top of the globe.

In December 2009 at the Copenhagen Climate Meeting, the council was shown a documentary film entitled Inuit Knowledge and Climate Change, raising some serious red flags.

The Inuits have managed to document the fact that in December 2009 the sun barely cleared the horizon, and in the summers the sun is much higher in the sky causing extreme conditions and change to the earth.

The Elders of the Arctic have been documenting the changing positions of the shifting earth and stars.