That is exactly what I was saying:
"The parameters pole_lat and pole_lon specify the latitude and longitude of the geographic north pole within the model’s computational grid, and stand_lon gives the rotation about the earth’s axis. In the context of the ARW, the computational grid refers to the regular latitude-longitude grid on which model computation is done, and on whose latitude circles Fourier filters are applied at high latitudes; users interested in the details of this filtering are referred to the WRF Version 3 Technical Note, and here, it suffices to note that the computational latitude-longitude grid is always represented with computational latitude lines running parallel to the x-axis of the model grid and computational longitude lines running parallel to the y-axis of the grid."
But the pole_lat is not the north pole latitude at all and stand_lon gives the rotation, but what direction is the rotation?
An image to show that would be great