1. The forces making the tripod to pull the structure back up are going to lift it on its head right here, so we may see a sudden surge upward right now, but we can expect another quick drop since obviously Obelisks aren't designed to stand upside down.
2. The longer and more realistic path is to use rotational force, and bring the base around closer to where the tripod stands now. This is much more boring but probably the option of choice for long term holders.
Either way, it seems reasonable the force behind needed to move or lift the obelisk are in place - you can pass the variables into the formula if you want. I'd be interested to hear what inputs you have for the vars. The question here is whether the lessons are learned from the last erection have been will determine whether we see sustained growth or another topple.