Planet 9 Debunked – Marshall Masters

| November 26, 2021

Planet 9 Debunked - Marshall MastersNow that Planet Nine is back in the news, folks have been asking me about it as we’ve been reporting on this story since 2015 and I held back for a few days to see if the story still has legs.

Well then, whaddya know?  Rex Bear of the Leak Project called me about it.  I told him it is a long story about a cover-up and that viewers would likely be bored by the level of detail.

Rex’s answer was “We’re not pansies.  Bring it on.  Bring it all on.”  So I did and admittedly, I was a bit passionate in this interview which is why you’ll hear me using a meme and being bleeped out from time to time.

This is a fun video.  Rex is masterful with the visuals and he had fun with the bleeps for the enjoyment of all.  I think the bleeps are a hoot and they had me rolling on the flood.  Nonetheless, I think this was our best work together to date.

For those of you who are somewhere between Thanksgiving leftovers and home, despite having to pay homage to the communist overlords of Silicon Valley, it’s still a fun, saucy interview.   Enjoy it on the flight home.  (Related article links appear below.)

Leak Project, 11/25/2021
Planet 9 & The Cover up of Planet X Spotted in IRAS Data, Marshall Masters Articles Mentioned in this Interview

The following articles are discussed in the interview.  Please note, they appear below in chronological order.

Planet X and the Mysterious Death of Dr. Robert Harrington
John DiNardo and Janice Manning | May 22, 2008

Dr. Robert S. Harrington, the chief astronomer of the U.S. Naval Observatory, died before he could publicize the fact that Planet X is approaching our Solar System.

Many feel his death part of a cover-up? One in which government agencies quickly moved to conceal the most earth-shaking discovery in history. If so, the search for truth begins in New Zealand.

In 1991, Dr. Robert S. Harrington, the chief astronomer of the U.S. Naval Observatory, took a puny 8-inch telescope to Black Birch, New Zealand, one of the few viewing points on Earth optimal for sighting Planet X, which he definitively calculated to be approaching from below the ecliptic at an angle of 40 degrees. READ MORE

ALMA Astronomers Publish Planet X Papers Before USA Can Suppress
Marshall Masters | December 17, 2015

On December 10, 2015 ALMA astronomers published two Planet X scientific abstracts in which they report initial observations of two very large objects at the edge of our solar system.

Located in Northern Chile, the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) is the largest single telescope in the world and is located at an altitude of 5,000 meters.

Because this observatory is not under full or majority financial control of the United States government, the USA was unable to suppress the publication of these papers.

American resentment of this legitimization of Planet X theory was clearly evidenced on December 11, 2015 in a Washington Post article by Sarah Kaplan titled Scientists claimed they found elusive ‘Planet X.’ Doubting astronomers are in an uproarREAD MORE

Michael Brown and Planet Nine — What is the Real Planet X Agenda?
Marshall Masters | January 29, 2016

On January 20, 2016, a paper by CalTech researchers Konstantin Batygin and Michael Brown was published in the The Astronomical Journal titled, “Evidence For a Distant Giant Planet in the Solar System.”

Absent any actual observations,  this paper offers a scientific explanation for Planet X which they’ve dubbed “Planet Nine.” Needless to say, our e-mail lit up like a Christmas tree as soon as this story broke.

On a scientific level, this announcement is speculative. So we decided to monitor the mainstream media response as well as the response of those who have been following this topic for years.

What we found interesting about the mainstream media response is that their usual tactic of humiliating and dismissing Planet X researchers was completely suspended for the benefit of CalTech, Batygin, and Brown. No doubt this is what triggered the intuitive suspicions of those who follow the topic of Planet X, who are more interested in the political perturbations of this story.  READ MORE

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