Signs No. 16 – A Possible Fix on Nemesis?

| September 21, 2017

Planet X SignsIn this 16th installment in this series, we’re going to take a look at the significant trends with the two datasets we routinely track, earthquakes of all magnitudes and fireballs. We are also going to use four observations reported on our website to present a possible fix on the current location of the Nemesis brown dwarf star at the core of the Planet X system relative to the ecliptic.

Before doing so, I want to take a moment to talk about the human impact of what is happening now because current events are becoming very real and very sad. In Mexico City, the death toll is mounting as the island residents of St. Croix and Puerto Rico cope with a direct hit by Hurricane Maria. All this on the heels of Harvey slamming into Houston and Irma into Florida.

Things have begun happening that now are no longer about some unfortunate place in some unfortunate time elsewhere in the world. Now, we or those who are in our inner circle of friends and families are often being affected.

In my case, one friend living in Northwest Montana. She invested years of her life to build a beautiful ranch nestled within a lush and green valley. Unfortunately, 2017 has not been a kind year for Montana, with brutal droughts and a hell storm of multiple fires racing across the state. One such fire skipped from ridgeline to ridgelines like dominoes falling till it reached this small valley and my friend’s home. In its wake, the fire left behind a barren, smoldering gray ash moonscape. Even her wooden fence posts have burned down into the ground.

Another lived in a bedroom community Northeast of Houston, TX. Harvey left her home with a five-foot watermark and river fish in her swimming pool. Their furnishings and carpets now lie in a heap piled upon the front yard. The back of the house visible from the front, because the inner and outer drywall has been cut away, exposing the framing and foundation.

These are personal disasters that take months if not years to overcome and more of them are happening now. Worse yet, this is a not blip on the calendar, because the data I am about to report in this article only suggests that more is to come and of particular concern is the Ring of Fire.

Earthquakes and the Ring of Fire

In early 2015, J. P. Jones decided to revisit the Mayan calendar with a review of empirical data dating back to December 21, 2012. The two primary datasets he chose are fireballs and earthquakes of all magnitudes.

The reason why J.P. chose earthquakes of all magnitudes is that we see a continual downgrading of earthquake magnitudes by the USGS, that is inconsistent with the reporting of other countries. The result is that the government can claim that severe earthquakes are not statistically on the increase. But when the measure is earthquakes of all magnitudes, statistical gibbering is a wash.

What the Earthquake dataset tells us is how the Earth is indirectly responding to the growing interaction between Nemesis, the approaching brown dwarf star at the core of the Planet X system and our sun. What J.P. found led to the publication of his article Were the Mayans Using Anunnaki Knowledge? on May 15, 2015, with the following graphic:

Total Earthquakes per Year

Since then he has continually tracked this dataset and as of August 2017, the trend is still rising.

All Earthquakes for Jan 2013 to Aug 2017On a broader scale, those who would posit natural variability as the causality have no wriggle room when one considers earthquake statistics for the last 18 years.

All Earthquakes for Last 18 Years

Given the headlines we’ve seen in the last two weeks, this progressive uptick in the total number of earthquakes is taking on a new dimension.

The Washington Post, 11-Sep-2017
Death toll from southern Mexico’s big earthquake rises to 96

JUCHITAN, Mexico — The death toll from Mexico’s 8.1 magnitude earthquake rose to 96 on Monday as more victims were confirmed in the hard-hit southern states of Oaxaca and Chiapas and residents worked to repair shattered homes and small businesses.

Los Angeles Times, 19-Sep-2017
Powerful 7.1 earthquake strikes Mexico City, severely damaging buildings

A powerful earthquake jolted Mexico City on Tuesday, seriously damaging buildings and sending people fleeing into the streets on the anniversary of a 1985 quake that did major damage to the capital.

The U.S. Geological Survey calculated its preliminary magnitude at 7.1. The epicenter was about 93 miles southeast of Mexico City in the state of Puebla.

Los Angeles Times, 19-Sep-2017
Magnitude 3.6 earthquake near Westwood jolts parts of L.A.

A magnitude 3.6 earthquake was felt in Los Angeles on Monday night, particularly on the Westside and in the San Fernando Valley.

The epicenter of the earthquake, which struck at 11:20 p.m., was just west of the Sepulveda Pass of the 405 Freeway in the Santa Monica Mountains.

ABC News, 20-Sep-2017
More than 200 dead after magnitude 7.1 quake strikes Mexico; ‘death toll will rise’

More than 200 people, including 21 schoolchildren, are dead after a magnitude 7.1 earthquake rocked central Mexico on Tuesday afternoon, hitting on the 32nd anniversary of the biggest quake to strike the country’s capital.

Yesterday’s earthquake was centered about 75 miles southeast of Mexico City and caused extensive damage, leveling at least 44 buildings, including homes, schools and office buildings, according to Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, who did a flyover of the city Tuesday afternoon.

Daily, 20-Sep-2017
BREAKING NEWS: Powerful 6.2 magnitude earthquake strikes off the coast of Japan near Fukushima

  • The earthquake hit some 281km South East of Kamaishi, off the coast of Japan
  • Depth of the quake, which struck at 2.37am local time, was measured at 10km

A powerful 6.2 magnitude earthquake has struck off the coast of near Fukushima.

Details of the extent of the damage have not yet emerged regarding the quake which hit 281km South East of Kamaishi.

The depth of the earthquake, which struck at 2.37am local time, was measured at 10km.

Given these current headlines in conjunction with a steady uptick in earthquakes of all magnitude over the last 18 years, we need to monitor the Ring of fire carefully.

The Ring of Fire

Given recent public warnings about the San Andreas Fault and the Cascadia Subduction Zone, of particular concern are the Western shorelines of the Americas. Even government experts tell us that it is not a matter of if, but when. For those living in harm’s way in these areas, disaster planning and preparation is well justified as is relocation.

However, although we can relocate away from earthquake-prone areas along coastlines to improve our survival chances when it comes to objects falling out of the sky, all bets are off.

Evolving Fireball Patterns

On a positive note we see a noticeable downward trend for August fireballs in the multistate / country category.

AMS Multistate Fireballs through August 2017

Observations of this category are for fireballs that cross over a large territory usually consisting of multiple states and/or countries.

On the other hand, we’re seeing a different pattern for huge events where more than 100 fireball reports are filed per incident.

AMS Huge Event Fireballs Through August 2017

Of the two events reported in August 2017, one huge event had 908 reports and the other 285, making these rather substantial events. Of great interest is the possibility that we may see a sharp increase in huge event fireballs this September as compared with the same period in 2014.

However, a more pressing concern is the actual number of fireballs for all types for August 2017.

AMS Total Montly Fireballs Through Aug 2017

January of this year was the highest for all previous years. However, from February to May we see a small decline relative to monthly totals in 2016.

Then beginning in June and on through August, we see a small increase that is progressively narrowing the gap between 2017 and 2016. Therefore when we look at the total yearly fireballs going back to 2009, we cannot assume that 2016 was not a fluke. A one trick pony.

AMS Total Yearly Fireballs as of Aug-2017

With only eight months of data for this year, 2017 has already topped 2012. The remainder of this year will be interesting because the total fireballs for 2017 could overtake 2016 if the difference between 2016 and 2017 continues to diminish.

That being said, the one thing we’re interested in following is the possibility of a Nemesis Cloud as described in Signs No. 15 – The Nemesis Cloud. and the possibility that Earth is passing through an outer band. In which event, the big question is what comes next. Bigger objects? A thorny question when one considers the recent observations reported on this site, which may help to eventually fix a location on the present whereabouts of Nemesis.

A Possible Fix on Nemesis?

Since 2013, has published observation videos and stills of more than one object in the Planet X system. After the August 21, 2017, eclipse several images and videos were submitted to us for evaluation. However, most of these were not taken during the eclipse, and some were certainly interesting, none were deemed suitable for publication, and this outcome was expected.

In interviews and articles, my position before August 21st is that eclipse would be a box of chocolates. We would have no idea of what to expect next. The principal reason is the time of day. The Planet X system is behind the sun, which means the only possible viewing times are around sunrise and sunset. On the other hand, By the time the eclipse made landfall, it was already too late in the day for Planet X system observations, and it remained that way through the remainder of the day.

As those who follow this site know, we are very choosy about the observations we choose to report. We look for provenance, as in friend-of-a-friend submissions are always tossed. We then test for gamma and compare the observation with a Skype program field-of-view for that day, time and location.

Beginning in April of this year, we narrowed our focus on one particular object. The planet Nibiru which is the outermost planet from the Nemesis brown dwarf star at the core of the Planet X system. So far this year, we have published the following four observation reports: - Nibiru from May to Sep 2017

A question I’m sometimes asked is why the object of interest in these four reports has a far more defined shape than the sun. The reason for this is how digital cameras handle light.

Both Nibiru and the sun are natural objects but differ with regards to light. Our sun generates light, and its surface is highly dynamic. Conversely, Nibiru is reflecting light from our sun and has a stable surface. The same logic applies to viewing a full moon. Because the moon is reflecting light and not creating its lines are sharp and well defined.

With this in mind, let’s plot the position of Nibiru relative to the sun in these four observations. - Nibiru Observations

What we see is that over a period of five months, Nibiru has followed a consistent arc around the sun in a counterclockwise fashion from the sun’s 4 o’clock position, to its 11 o’clock position.

Given that all of the planets in our system orbit on or near the ecliptic, the plane of our solar system which some think of like the sun’s equator, some may assume that what is being shown with these four observations is an object that is in a counterclockwise polar orbit around our sun. This is not the case.

Remember, Nibiru is in orbit around Nemesis, a brown dwarf star approximately twice the size of the planet Jupiter, which is, in turn, orbiting our sun. Therefore, the real question is not where is Nibiru relative to our sun, but where is Nemesis relative to our sun. The foundation for that answer is found in my book Surviving the Planet X Tribulation: A Faith-Based Leadership Guide. - Uranus and Nemesis

In that book, I show that the north pole of Nemesis, just like the north pole of the planet Uranus is continually pointing at the sun and not the northern sky. With that in mind, how do the planets in the Planet X system orbit Nemesis? That too is shown in the book. - Nemesis and Nibiru

In this pre-perihelion league illustration, you see nemesis rising from the southern skies with its northern pole pointed towards the sun. In that but what I explained is that the planets and objects in the Planet X system orbit nemesis in a counter-clockwise fashion, just as our planet orbits our sun.

However, these planets follow much more erratic orbital paths around Nemesis. Like Pluto, they have unusual orbits. Bear in mind, Pluto’s orbital path is inclined at an angle of 17° relative to the ecliptic unlike the other eight planets of our system. Likewise, its orbit is more oval-shaped, or elliptical, than those other eight planets.

So the three possibilities for the current location of Nemesis must take into account a similar kind of Pluto-like unusual orbit for Nibiru around Nemesis. In this case, we can use our four Nibiru observation reports to create three hypothetical fixes for Nemesis based on the eccentricity of Nibiru’s orbit.

Eccentricity is how far the curve of an orbit deviates from circularity. It’s like pulling taffy. The more you pull it, the thinner the taffy gets. With this in mind, let’s look at our three hypothetical fixes for Nemesis.

  • Just Below the Ecliptic: In this assumption, Nibiru’s orbit is highly eccentric. This would hypothetically fix the position of Nemesis at just below the ecliptic.
  • At the Ecliptic: In this assumption, Nibiru’s orbit is more oval shaped and far less eccentric. This would hypothetically fix the position of Nemesis on the ecliptic.
  • Just Above the Ecliptic: In this assumption, Nibiru’s orbit is unusual, with an exotic mix of both inclination and eccentricity. This would hypothetically fix the position of Nemesis above the ecliptic. Of the three hypotheticals, this is the least likely.

Regardless of the three hypothetical fixes for Nemesis discussed, the location of Nemesis and Nibiru relative to the Earth is far more certain.

Nemesis is in conjunction relative to Earth. That means it is outside of Earth’s orbit on the opposite side of the sun between the orbits of the planets Mars and Jupiter.

Nibiru is in a superior conjunction relative to Earth. That means it is inside Earth’s orbit on the opposite side of the sun.

Now here is the good news, if there’s any such thing given this topic because regardless of which hypothetical applies to the current location of Nemesis, we may have a little extra breathing time to prepare.

Kepler's 2nd Law and Acceleration

At present, Nemesis is speeding up as it draws closer to the sun. However, when it enters the zone of acceleration at perihelion (its closest point to our sun), that’s when the acceleration whip effect kicks in. Or if you will, it’s pedal to the metal time. When that happens, everything is going to begin speeding up considerably, including catastrophic Earth changes.

Are you are wondering, exactly how will all of this play out and exactly when? If so, I’ll tell you to ask the people who are using your tax dollars to build space-based observatories, and you have a wealth of assets that would boggle the common mind. If you get a straight answer, please pass it on, not that we’re holding our breath here.

More realistically, what do we have? We have our powers of observation, our wits, and the sheer determination to follow the truth no matter where it leads us, and for now, we are in an undiscovered country where there are only two absolutes. You procrastinate and waste your life, or see this as a threshold issue that’s telling you it is time to be proactive. The choice is yours.

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