A Reality Check for 2012 and Planet X — Follow The Money
Finding New Earths — Future
Lifeboats for Humanity
Assuming we live in a binary star system and that our sun’s unborn twin is in a destabilized orbit, that could mean the eventual destruction of the Earth in 3797 as prophesied by Nostradamus. Is this far fetched? Not according to an effect described in 1962 by the Japanese Astronomer, Yoshihide Kozai. It is called the Kozai Mechanism and it explains in very predictable terms -- how large objects in space orbit about each other.
Assuming this object we generally refer to as Planet X (England), Nibiru (Sumer), Red Comet (Maya) or the Destroyer (Egypt) is a brown star in an orbit that is perpendicular to the ecliptic (the solar plane) as the ancient tell us, the future is grim indeed. This is because the Kozai Mechanism tells us that this unborn twin will eventually plunge into the sun. Along the way, all the other bodies in our system will likewise either be caused to plunge into the sun or be flung out into the frigid depths of space.
This is why we need to find other solar systems in our galaxy where future generations can colonize new Earths and thereby ensure our survival as a species. Granted, this is an ambitious technological goal to say the least, but then again, it only took little more than a century for America to go from the Pony Express to the Moon. And we didn't do it because we believed the naysayers. We did it because we believed in our own destiny, and finding and colonizing new Earths is a new destiny for humankind that will take millennia to achieve. This means each generation has to pay it forward, and we’re doing that by beginning a new and magnificent search for new Earths. Now let’s follow the money.
NASA: Hubble Space Telescope
Shuttle Servicing Mission 4
Thorough to Fall 2008
Mission Extended to 2013
OCTOBER 2006 16 EXTRASOLAR PLANETS DISCOVERED: NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has discovered 16 extrasolar planet candidates orbiting a variety of distant stars in the central region of our Milky Way galaxy.
The planet bonanza was uncovered during a Hubble survey, called the Sagittarius Window Eclipsing Extrasolar Planet Search (SWEEPS). Hubble looked farther than has ever successfully been searched for extrasolar planets. Hubble peered at 180,000 stars in the crowded central bulge of our galaxy 26,000 light-years away or one-quarter the diameter of the Milky Way's spiral disk. The results will appear in the Oct. 5 issue of the journal Nature. Read more...
JAXA: ASTRO-F (AKARI)
Launch: February 2006
One of our great concerns is whether there are planetary systems except for our own Solar System and whether life exists there. A planet forms inside a disk (protoplanetary disk) composed of gas and dust around a star. ASTRO-F can look for the radiation from a protoplanetary disk within 1000 light-years. It will reveal the forming process of planetary systems through infrared observations. It is also expected to detect the dust disks which are a trace of planetary systems in formation around nearby stars. Read more...
ESA, CNES: COROT
Launch: December 2006
A powerful new instrument for finding extrasolar planets is about to launch: COROT (Convection Rotation and planetary Transits). Developed by the European Space Agency, COROT will search for planets using the transit method; it will be able to detect the slight drop in brightness as a planet moves in front of its parent star. If the observatory performs as expected, it should be able to detect rocky worlds just a few times larger than the Earth.
The launch of COROT opens an exciting new chapter in the quest for planets around other stars. “ESA has been working for a long time towards the detection of Earth-like worlds around other stars. COROT is an important first step in this direction and helps to pave the way for ESA’s future flagship mission, Darwin, dedicated to the direct detection of Earth-like worlds and their atmospheres to search for signs of life.” says Sergio Volonte, Head of the Science Planning and Community Coordination Office at ESA. Read more...
NASA’s Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer team got the good news this week when their space telescope was approved for construction. Once in orbit, the “Wise” spacecraft will survey the entire sky in the infrared spectrum. This full-sky survey should turn up many previously unseen brown dwarf stars - objects too dim to be seen in previous surveys.
Such extensive sky coverage means the mission will find and catalogue all sorts of celestial eccentrics. These may include brown dwarfs, or failed stars, that are closer to Earth than Proxima Centauri, the nearest star other than our sun. Brown dwarfs are balls of gas that begin life like stars but lack the mass to ignite their internal fires and light up like normal stars. They do, however, produce warm infrared glows that Wise will be able to see. Read more...
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The Prophets Have Been
Wrong Before — Right?
The proposition put forth in Could We See Two Suns in Five Years?is based on current science findings and the ancient historical accounts and warnings contained in The Kolbrin Bible.
Self appointed debunkers always point to Edgar Cayce's failed prediction that the Earth would undergo a polar shift in the year 2000 as proof that all these predictions are wrong. The problem with these official sounding debunkings is that they're often so superficial as to be no more prestigious than a "run by fruiting" ala Mrs. Doubtfire. So let's take another hard look at Cayce's pole shift prediction.
Known as the the sleeping prophet, Cayce predicated many things that came to pass such as WWII, the creation of the State of Israel and the discovery of the Dead Sea scrolls.
The one prophecy that has yet to be resolved warns us of a catastrophic pole shift of our planet. After which, Cayce tells us, "..where there has been a frigid or semi-tropical climate, there will be a more tropical one, and moss and fern will grow." He also predicated that a significant change in the Earth in 1998 would herald a massive a pole shift which he predicted would happen in 2000. So far, his pole shift prophecy has only been half right.
In 2002, NASA announced that its satellites have been monitoring a significant bulge at the Earth’s equator along with a large change in the planet’s gravity field that first began in 1998.
NASA, August, 2002
Satellites Reveal a Mystery of Large Change in Earth's Gravity!
Satellite data since 1998 indicates the bulge in the Earth's gravity field at the equator is growing, and scientists think that the ocean may hold the answer to the mystery of how the changes in the trend of Earth's gravity are occurring.
Currently, the Earth has a significant upward bulge at the equator, and a downward bulge at the poles. "Observations of the Earth's gravity field show that some phenomena are counteracting the gravitational effects of PGR. Whereas PGR has been decreasing the bulge in the Earth's gravity field at the equator, this recent phenomena is causing the bulge to increase," said Christopher Cox, a research scientist supporting the Space Geodesy Branch at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md.
NASA explains this phenomena is the result of a large movement of water from the higher latitudes towards the equator. At first glance, global warming seems to be the likely culprit but NASA tells us this is not so. However, they freely admit that they’re at a loss to explain what is causing this phenomena prophesied over a half century ago by Edgar Cayce.
In the meantime, the debunkers are so myopically focused on their date driven that they completely miss the point with their "nothing to see here folks" pronouncements. While fascists like Mussolini could make Italian trains run on time, this universe is like British Rail. It gets there when it gets there. And it usually gets there.
This is one reason why The Kolbrin Bible is so vital to our times, but not so much for the considerable information it gives us about Planet X, Nibiru, Destroyer, whatever... It is because it gives us the knowledge of those who've survived the previous flybys of this object, so that we can do the same.
Think about it. Once things start getting really bad, are you going to put your faith in some former debunker turned TV talking head saying, "well golly folks, this caught me by surprise too but I've got great news for you viewers out there. I just pulled a brand new theory out of my arse this morning and I'll share it with you right after the commercial break."
While debunker faithful are sitting on the edges of their chairs, waiting to see what fell out of the pundit's arse that morning, you'll already be two steps ahead of them.