Planet X System 2015 Eclipse Glimpse

| March 23, 2015

Planet X 2015 Eclipse GlimpseOur analysis of the complete solar eclipse on Friday March 20, 2015 indicates that it made possible a brief glimpse of two planets in the Planet X System, consistent with the current location of the system as forecast by the Guides in Being In It for the Species, by Marshall Masters.

In this article we will present the images we believe compelling. More so, because we also witnessed a suppression cover-up as well.

At the core of the Planet X system which is now approaching perihelion (its closest point to Sol) is the Nemesis brown dwarf, our own Sun’s smaller companion. continues to maintain that the Planet X system is in conjunction (directly behind the Sun beyond the orbit of Earth.)

However, our analysis shows due to the unique viewing conditions afforded by the March 20, 2015 total eclipse, two bodies in the Planet X system in orbit around Nemesis were briefly visible during the eclipse and captured by credible sources.

Perihelion Alignment - Being In It for the SpeciesIn Being In It for the Species, the forecast of the Guides is that the Planet X system will begin to emerge from behind the Sun at its upper right hand quadrant, approximately between the Sun’s 1 o’clock and 2 o’clock positions.

At this time, a severe impact event is expected. Once the Planet X system reaches its point of perihelion as shown below, it will be our last chance to prepare for the coming days of darkness and pole shift.

Furthermore, the images we will show you of the two bodies captured during the March 20, 2015 eclipse are consistent with prior multi-body observations. In our last video, Planet X System Update No. 1, we show multiple images of three planets in the Planet X system captured by NOAA buoys in the Gulf of Alaska and the Gulf of Mexico.

Viewing Objects Behind and Near the Sun During a Solar Eclipse

Eclipses are rare viewing events and offer us the possibility to see things that are otherwise blocked by our Sun. This concept is critical to appreciating what was revealed in the total solar eclipse of 2015. This was clearly established during an eclipse in August 1999, that launched Marshall on his present path.

King of Terror

On August 11, 1999 an eclipse mentioned by Nostradamus in his King of Terror prophecy was observed from Turkey. Marshall analyzed a NASA video feed and published his findings with an article titled Analysis of NASA Video Feed Solar Eclipse as Seen From Turkey on August 11, 1999 on the Millennium Group web site. The article received five million hits.

Object B - King of TerrorHis analysis showed three objects in view during the eclipse. Shortly thereafter, Cydonia Face researcher Richard C. Hoagland, claimed the object shown in the analysis to be “flash bulbs” going off. Thanks to MIR Space Station imagery provided by the Russian Space Agency, Marshall proved Hoagland’s “flash bulbs” explanation to be false in his article, Is Mr. Hoagland Grabbing at Straws?

Thanks to the MIR imagery, two objects were determined to man-made and in low Earth orbit. The third was in fact a comet (referred to as Object B) behind and near the Sun, which could only have been observed from Earth during an eclipse.

Was it the King of Terror comet prophesied by Nostradamus? That is for you the reader to decide.

However, what is unequivocally clear with this event is that viewing objects near and behind the Sun become uniquely possible during an eclipse. This now brings me to what I found the morning after the total eclipse of 2015.

Total Solar Eclipse of 2015 Analysis

Friday March 20, 2015 was a day many around the world had awaited with great anticipation. It would mark the spring equinox with a complete solar eclipse and that night, be followed by a rare Supermoon. Viewing the complete eclipse was only possible for those located above the arctic circle. For the rest of us, we saw it through the personal images and videos of the event of those witnessed first hand, via the Internet.

As it turns out March 21st could be even more special as a mystery has presented itself. Like most who follow the topic of Planet X, every morning you check on earth changes, space weather, etc. This morning was for me was no different.

Upon checking the current solar activity, I noticed an image of the total eclipse was presented on the Spaceweather web site. At the time, I did not note the photographer’s name but did note that the location was in Svalbard, Norway, in the general area where the Doomsday Seed Vault is located.

Space Weather Svalbard ObservationSince his experience in 1999, Marshall has always maintained a keen interest in eclipse imagery and as this Spaceweather image offered a perfect view of the eclipse, I immediately downloaded it.

As Marshall prefers video over stills, I continued searching for eclipse imagery and videos and found a video of the eclipse by ABC News which they posted on their ABC News Facebook page. Like the Spaceweather image, it was videographed in Svalbard, Norway.

While we are looking for any anomalies, with this eclipse Marshall asked me to pay close attention to the Sun’s upper right hand quadrant as seen from Earth. Approximately between the Sun’s 1 o’clock and 2 o’clock positions.

In reviewing the ABC News video of the eclipse, an object begins to appear at the 1 o’clock position relative to the Sun. A screen shot at the end of that video shows the object.

ABC News 2015 Eclipse Video

As we do with all interesting images or videos we execute a sensor analysis on the image by lowering the gamma. Interestingly enough the gamma for this object at the 1 o’clock position. The results of this and other tests in the analysis, showed it to be consistent with a natural object.

Sensor Analysis ABC News 2015 Eclipse Video

Following the sensor analysis, we then perform a perspective analysis by zooming in on objects of interest. This enables us to determine if the object holds up under zoom or if there signs of any “Photoshop” manipulations having been made

The object of interest seen in the ABC news video remains solid at 150% zoom. Further zoom created too much pixelation for analysis.

Sensor Analysis ABC News 2015 Eclipse Video150%

Unlike “Object B” which Marshall observed in the NASA feed appearing during the 1999 eclipse, the object of interest in the ABC news video appears just at the end of the eclipse.

The reason for this difference is technology. Digital cameras have come along way in the last sixteen years and the reason we briefly see the object of interest in the ABC news video at the end of the eclipse is a function of the camera’s more modern, auto-exposure technology.

Depending on exactly what make and model was used, here is a general explanation of why this object of interest became visible at the end of the eclipse. Modern cameras, both digital and video, use field sampling to change white balance (the setting required to render colors properly) and exposure.

In this case, the camera’s auto-exposure technology had to rapidly adapt to a rapid change in luminosity which can take a few seconds. Long enough for there to be the opportunity to view this object of interest while the changes in color balance and exposure were being made.

It is important to note that this video was obviously shot with a professional, or prosumer video camera. Had it been shot with one of the latest generation Smartphones, we would not have viewed it as being reliable. This is because what we see in our ongoing analysis of reported images is that nextgen Smartphones have become so advanced, they often tend to produce false-positive results.

We Revisit the Spaceweather Image

After completing my analysis of the ABC news video, I sent my initial findings and source materials to Marshall and we discussed this at length early in the afternoon of that same day.

Marshall’s first question was, “is corroboration possible?” This question brought us full loop back to the Spaceweather image I had downloaded earlier that morning.

Space Weather Svalbard ObservationThe original image which was published by the web site captured from Svalbard, Norway encompassed the moment of the total eclipse.

The advantage of video is that you can examine several frames in sequence. The disadvantage is 72 DPI resolution. Hence, frames captured from a video never have the quality of a quality still image and the Spaceweather image offered very high quality. So Marshall requested that I examine it for authenticity.

As with the ABC News video capture, the first step was to perform a sensor analysis on the image by lowering the gamma.

Sensor Analysis Space Weater Svalbard StripThe objects in the image were easily determined to be natural. The next step was a perspective analysis and the were no signs of “Photoshop” manipulation. Given the higher resolution of these still images, I was able to zoom in far beyond the 150% limitation of the video capture. This is when things got interesting. Very interesting!

At a zoom of 500% something of interest was observed which can only be described as a shadow. Then continuing to 1000% zoom it became clear I needed to repeat the sensor analysis, to see how this image would stand up to the gamma test at this extreme zoom.

Svalbard Strip Zoom 1000%

The result of this second sensor analysis by lowering of the gamma revealed that the corona of the Sun was complete with one notable exception. At the 1 o’clock position something was blocking or at least interrupting the corona outline of the Sun. To eliminate the possibility that this was a camera aberration, a deeper sensor analysis was required as shown below.

Sensor Analysis 2 - Svalbard Strip zoom 1000%

Sensor 3 - Svalbard Strip Zoom 1000%

This deeper analysis clearly showed that whatever was blocking or at least interrupting the corona outline of the Sun, was clearly natural and not a camera aberration. If what I was now seeing with this image and the ABC News video, was the possibility that not one, but two objects had been observed. But were they cataloged objects?

My analysis with Stellarium sky program of the entire field of view for the Space Weather image and the ABC News video showed that were no cataloged objects bright enough to be seen with either source. This was now beyond interesting. This was hot stuff, so I immediately sent this new analysis data to Marshall. Minutes later, he rang me on Skype to discuss this latest development.

What he observed was that while we had two observations of two objects, neither corroborated the other. “Provenance” he said. “We need provenance. Let’s check the Spaceweather page you viewed this morning to get the photographers name and any other information we can find.”

We happened to be doing a Skype video chat and right then and there I went to the Spaceweather page. A few moments later I heard Marshall say, “J.P., you look like someone just slapped you upside the head with a dead salmon.”


Cover-ups are critical in determining the scientific value of any published source. This is because the first rule of Planet X research is that the closer something comes to the truth, the faster it disappears.

What does a cover-up look like? When something has been published and is then deleted or replaced within hours without advance notice or explanation, this behavior is wholly consistent with a cover-up.

The page that contained the image that I saved at 0730 on Saturday March 21, 2015 titled svalbard_strip had been replaced with the page below, captured at 1436 that same day. What does this all mean? 3-21-15 at 1436 EST

  1. We have an ABC news video that shows an object illuminated upon the conclusion of the solar eclipse.
  2. We have a still image published on Spaceweather from another source of the full eclipse with an object interrupting the pixel layout of the Sun’s corona, downloaded at 0730.
  3. That same day, the image downloaded from Spaceweather at 0730 has been removed without reason or notice hours later.

Clear evidence of a cover-up. So is the Spaceweather site a party to this cover-up? Not likely. Here is what typically happens.

Paid disinformationalists are continually monitoring the Internet, especially mainstream sites for anything revealing. In the case of ABC News, attacking Facebook was not possible as they maintain their own hosting center. However, a site like Spaceweather is usually hosted in a large hosting center serving many different sites. In which case, hacking in to swap a picture or to alter a web page is simple.

Installed in every major hosting center in America are intelligence agency sniffers to monitor web traffic. In China, they call them minders. In America, we’re not yet sure what to call it, but one thing is for certain, agency sniffers offer an easy way to hack a site from an inside, trusted backbone. Or in other words, instead of beating down the door, they just sneak in an unlocked back door. Ergo, Spaceweather probably doesn’t even know it was hacked. It’s just that easy.

The Bottom Line

A standing rule at, is that when there is evidence of a cover-up or attack by paid disinformationalists, such attacks and cover-ups serve as clear corroboration. In this case, what we have is such a corroboration and our analysis leads us to the findings as follows.

That the eclipse has provided a brief glimpse of two bodies in the Planet X system, in orbit around the Nemesis dark star, approaching perihelion.

In Marshall’s book Being In It for the Species, the Guides forecast that Nemesis will approach perihelion at the 1 o’clock position and these observations made during the complete eclipse of 2015 are consistent with that forecast. We invite you the reader to review our analysis and findings and to decide for yourself.

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