South Pole Telescope
America’s New Planet X Tracker
Jacco van der Worp
Foreword by Marshall Masters
America is now spending huge sums to deploy the massive The South Pole Telescope (SPT) in Antarctica. The final installation will be the size of a mini-mall and will require a massive C-130 airlift effort to transport pre-assembled modules and a large staff to the most desolate, inhospitable and inaccessible region of the world. Why? Because Planet X / Nibiru was first sighted in 1983 and this discovery spurred the USA to build the SPT — humanity's new Planet X tracker.
Amongst independent researchers like us at YOWUSA.COM and the equally committed researchers with whom we share data, the 1983 IRAS observation of Planet X / Nibiru has always been a hot topic. On a private level, we often discuss how the NASA's IRAS spacecraft first captured infrared images of it back in 1983 with the same lament. Given the lack of corroboration, how can you publish a story that can easily be shot down as a rumor? That was then.
Now we have the corroboration we've lacked for years, The South Pole Telescope (SPT). Far more powerful capable and survivable than the 1983 IRAS spacecraft and Hubble Space Telescope put together, this manned observatory will soon begin tracking Planet X / Nibiru from the pristine skies of Antarctica.
Why is America spending a massive fortune to transport this massive facility with massive C-130 airlift to the most desolate, inhospitable and inaccessible region of the world to track this massive inbound? Because this is where astronomers will find their ultimate Kodak moment and this is good news. Their resulting multi-spectrum observations will translate into life-saving data.
Foreword by Marshall Masters
A key person in the revealing content of this article is a
former US intelligence officer by the name of John Maynard. These days, he is best known for his
involvement with Dr. Steven Greer’s Disclosure
Project. With regards to this
article, his explanation of how our government first began tracking Planet X /
Nibiru in 1983 is now being corroborated with the deployment of the South Pole
Telescope (SPT) in Antarctica.
When I starting YOWUSA.COM in 1999, I received a good deal
of help from John. Not one to remain
idle, he took a position with the World Bank, to begin running their Africa
desk following his retirement from the National
Reconnaissance Office (NRO). The
NRO develops, deploys and operates America’s reconnaissance satellites for
“customers” like the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the Department of
As a former intelligence handler, John’s goals were
two-fold. First, the release of
information he’d seen pass across his desk regarding space threats and
extraterrestrials. Second, and of equal
importance to him, was teaching those who committed to publishing on these
topics how to avoid confrontation with the Machiavellian-oriented groups within
our government. His advice greatly
shaped the manner in which we publish our findings to this very day.
When I started this site in 1999 along with Jacco van der
Worp, Steve Russell and Janice Manning, our focus was solely on Earth
changes. Rather than follow the
footsteps of a narrow Earth-centric debate centered on humanity’s impact on the
biosphere, we opted to see if there was an off-world causality. In late 2000, we determined there was, and
this led us to our present research efforts with regards to Planet X /
In late 2000, I also had several conversations with John
regarding Planet X. Actually, I probed
him rather hard. Having worked on the
Denver-based Space Imaging satellite
project for Lockheed Martin, I knew if a large incoming object was on the way,
the Hubble or some other deep space bird had likely imaged it. My hunch was on the money.
John finally told me it had been imaged by NASA’s IRAS
infrared sensing satellite in 1983 and that the mechanical failure story was
used as a cover story. As he explained
it to me, the IRAS data started pouring in, and that’s when they found Planet
X. During one sweep, it stood out like
a sore thumb; worse yet, it is approaching from the South.
This was especially bad news because the
vast majority of the world’s most capable observatories are north of the
Equator, and the decision was made to devote the remaining lifespan of the IRAS
spacecraft to the observation of this one object.
After releasing the mechanical failure cover story,
controllers used the IRAS’s remaining fuel to maintain a constant track on the
object until they finally lost all control of the spacecraft.
Why IRAS Was Sacrificed
The reason why it was necessary to expend the IRAS’s
remaining fuel is that tracking an object to determine its speed and trajectory
requires multiple observations. This is
because the more observations you make, the more you increase the accuracy of
your tracking calculations.
This is why many Near Earth Object (NEO) announcements are
alarming at first and then gradually become less threatening. As new observations are made, the chance of
impact typically decreases through more accurate calculations.
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At the time, John’s explanation was helpful in spurring on
my own research efforts but I have not felt obliged to discuss this until
learning of the new South Pole Telescope (SPT) soon to be installed in
Antarctica. The very existence of the
SPT corroborates John’s revelation about the IRAS in three significant ways.
In the visible light spectrum,
dust-shrouded Planet X remains a needle in a haystack. However, it has a powerful infrared
signature and so it is much easier to track in light spectrums outside those
our eyes can detect.
When tracking an object, observation data is collected to create an
ephemeris, an astronomical table that predicts where the object will be on any
given day of the year. With planets
like our own, this is a fairly straightforward proposition. However, with long period objects like
Planet X, it is a different case altogether because they do not run on time
like a fascist train, and most especially one with a 3600-year orbit such as
Planet X as Zecharia Sitchin pointed out during an exclusive interview with
Will Planet X /
Nibiru Return in 2003?
… the assumption that the 3600 years, as a perfect
mathematical given, is also at all times the actual orbital period, is
untenable: Even the orbit of Halley's Comet, about 75 years, varies from 74 to
76 or so. All attempts to pinpoint a
precise date for future arrivals of the planet and/or of the Anunnaki are thus
Therefore, tracking this object like this for a few years
is not enough. It has to be observed as
often as possible, if not continuously.
- EARTH RELATIVE TO
DURING THE FLYBY
Over the years, we’ve discussed various flyby disaster
scenarios ranging from mild global warming to an extinction-level event
(ELE). Recently, we’ve found accurate
historical accounts of the last two flybys in The Kolbrin Bible; those
being the worst-case scenario of the Deluge (Noah’s flood) and the best-case
scenario of Exodus.
The reason why these two events were dramatically
different with regards to the severity of catastrophic events was the position
of the Earth relative to that of Planet X as it flew through the system. Given the long-period eccentricities of this
object’s orbit, it's virtually impossible to render a long-range prediction of where
Earth will be in our solar system relative to the Sun and Planet X when the object
finishes its inbound leg, crosses the ecliptic and its perihelion (closest
point to the Sun) and then begins its outbound leg back to the far reaches of
the Kuiper Belt where its aphelion (furthest point from the Sun) lies.
If we’re lucky, Earth will be in opposition to Planet X as
it crosses the ecliptic on the opposite side of the Sun from us. If not, return your seat to its fully
upright position, and fasten your seatbelt.
Consequently, knowing which scenario is going play out in advance
depends on the accuracy of our ephemeris.
What is the Best Planet X Tracking Solution?
This finally brings us to the meat of the matter. Our government already knows a good deal
about Planet X, but in order to handle what comes next requires the most
precise ephemeris possible, and this means that launching another satellite is
not the solution.
NASA just announced that the next solar maximum starting
in 2007 will be more intense by as much as 50% of the previous solar
maximum. Keep in mind; the previous
solar maximum was so intense that they had to invent a new ultra high severity
Y class to describe massive solar flares.
In terms of spacecraft, the last intense solar maximum year was
1958. Back then, the space above our
planet was not cluttered with spacecraft, but now it is and they are vulnerable
to solar flares. Nowadays, all it takes
is a few catastrophic solar flares headed our way and we’ll see our cable
television service stripped down to a few basic channels and we’ll all be back
to 28K dial-up for a while (providing we can get it through AOL and EarthLink).
This is why the need for a permanent, powerful tracking station
in the Southern hemisphere became obvious.
Unlike a spacecraft, preventing damage to a ground-based observation
platform during a solar flare event is simple.
Turn it off. Turn it all
off. Then fire up the camp stoves for a
day or so and sip hot chocolate while you play 7-card draw.
If you turn a satellite completely off, getting it turned
back on is not easy. Especially when it
has been damaged by a solar flare. It
is like being in a remotely isolated phone booth in the middle of Backhoe Wyoming
in the dead of winter and you’re running out of quarters – fast.
Speaking of the dead of winter, that brings us to the
matter at hand. The South Pole
Telescope (SPT) and Jacco’s initial findings.