I've seen related discussions here before so thought I'd share this idea. It is believed to be the only realistic (doable) method an individual or small group could use to apply such force upon Earth to move it, requiring the force be from an external source.
Studying the Earth-Moon tidal force it occurred that energy from the system (moon) could be used to apply an external force (non-Earth reference frame) to turn the Earth.
By affixing a horizontal lever (eg. 100m long) onto the ocean floor or an island mass, and attaching a large plate, parachute etc. or an array of them to the lever's end, to capture (resist) the ocean tidal movement as the moon passes above each day. Collectively the force applied by the moon dragging the seawater, will slowly apply the force to the rigid lever base (the Earth itself). The ocean tide can provide the enormous energy necessary, free and scalable.
The simple design requirement provides a non-maintained, energy free apparatus which will continue to apply angular momentum at the base of the lever, drawn from the moon-earth gravity. Newton's laws remain intact.