Planet X Double Trouble

| February 6, 2016

Sascha Klement, 15-jan-16The Planet X System, as described in Being In It for the Species, is a brown dwarf star with a mini-constellation of planets and moons. The book predicts that we will go from seeing one of these planets at a time to two or more at a time. In other words, when we’re seeing double, we’re in Planet X double trouble, and that moment arrived on January 15, 2016.

In our last video, Planet X System Update for November 2015 No. 1 – Major Update No. 3, we presented our image evaluation methods for Planet X observations. It helped stem the tide of useless submissions, but more importantly, it netted us a first rate observation report from Sascha Klement in Germany — a ground breaking, verified, double trouble photo.

We receive a lot of webcam submissions as well. While these are quite popular on YouTube, they tend to be problematic, but often interesting. In this article we’ll present two such unverified webcam submissions of interest to our readers.

Verified Observation at Altitude

Our experience has been that the most useful images are those taken by airline passengers above 20,000 feet for two reasons. First, geo-engineering aerosol spraying typically happens well below the cruising altitude of commercial airliners, and second, the horizon is lower.

On January 15, 2016 we received the following email from Sascha Klement of Germany. Below is our email dialogue with him.

Sascha to Marshall
January 15, 2016

Dear Mr. Marshall,

Thank you for your extraordinary work in bringing us this important information about Planet X. I would like to hear your opinion about this material I could capture this morning, and see it with my own eyes.

I am sending you 2pictures and 1 short 6 sec. Video, taken with my iphone 6s, rear Camera.

The pic footage is taken out of the camera, no Image Processing has been done.

You will notice also the back of the iphone Camera on the left side in the pic. Reflecting in the window.

This picture and video was taken today, January 15th, 2016

from a A-321 plane during the flight
SWISS LX 1050 from Zürich (Switzerland) to Hamburg (Germany)

11 minutes after take off in Zurich
at 08:59 local time over Pfullendorf Germany

The flight was delayed by 1 hour 23 minutes due to deicing (was snowing in the night) and Heavy outbound traffic and was originally scheduled to take off at 07:25

Due to this Delay, the Sun was already up and I noticed this two lightning Spots close (‘above’) to the sun after the plane has climbed higher and pushed the cloud ceiling.

I was sitting on Seat 4F. Flight Tracker says, altitude was about 24000 ft.

The plane window had a couple of scratches on the surface, as well as water drops, still there from deicing 15 min before. From my opinion, those scratches didn’t affect the photo.
I would be very curious about your assessment, especially why there are two objects visible near the sun.

In case you are interested to publish the material, please get in contact first.

Awaiting your reply.

Best regards
Sascha Klement

I was impressed by the effort Sascha put into this report and the fact that his picture was taken at an altitude of 24,000 feet. He called them “lightning spots,” which we attributed to his use of English as a second language. So I responded for clarification”

Marshall to Sascha
January 15, 2016

Hi Sascha:

How long did these lightning spots persist?

Thanks, Marshall

Just forty-five minutes later I got Sascha’s response.

Sascha to Marshall
January 15, 2016

I don’t know exactly.

The plane turned a bit, heading more North, and the sun climbed higher. That’s why the sun disappeared behind the right wing and I couldn’t observe it during the whole flight.

It was there for the whole time when I Could watch the scene for about 10-15 min

It wasn’t visible as we approached the Runway for landing in Hamburg, about 45-60min later. Runway is 05/23 – Landing was eastbound. So I Could again See the sun in the Field of sight, but without any other light spots around.



The fact that Sascha reported observing these two objects above the sun for 10 to 15 minutes impressed us. He also provided us with a still image and a .MOV file as well. Below is our analysis:

Sascha Klement, 15-jan-16 Analysis

What our analysis showed is that the two objects Sascha reported above the sun both passed the gamma test, and that there were no cataloged objects (i.e. Venus or Mars) in the field of view.

We are grateful to Sascha for coming forward with this brilliant submission, and we hope that his diligent efforts to provide us with a useful report will inspire others to do the same.  That being said, some images, no matter how interesting, cannot be verified but are nonetheless of interest.

Two Unverified Webcam Observations of Interest on January 18, 2016

The problem with webcams is that they can be easily manipulated, as we saw when the United States Government replaced the university webcam at the summit of the Turrialba volcano with a system designed to make our observations impossible. However, we still track webcams such as the NOAA buoy webcams we featured in our video, Planet X System Update No. 1.

Since then, when our readers begin lighting up our email inbox like a Christmas tree with links to a particular webcam report, we take notice. Two such reports have the same observation date — January 18, 2016. One is from a coast-viewing webcam in Marbella, Spain. The other is from a fisheye webcam operated by the Ghezz Observatory in Leontica, Switzerland.

The Marbella, Spain video was posted by and it arguably supports our findings published in our December 29, 2015 article titled, Planet Helion in the Planet X System, 20-Dec-2015The Leontica, Switzerland video was posted by Allan Cunningham of Australia on his prep Aussie channel. It is interesting because it presents the possibility of two objects.

While webcams are easy to debunk with claims of water spots, lens flares, and so forth, these types of sightings are trends that are now undeniable.

Undeniable Trends

In all the history of dating back to 1999, we’ve never see as many YouTube producers posting observation videos, and we’ve never received this much observation email. This trend began getting stronger last year, and the uptick in sightings in January is breathtaking.

Whether you agree with the folks who are posting Planet X videos on YouTube or not, the fact is their numbers are growing, and we’re seeing a new breed of serious citizen journalists that inspires us. These are great trends because the more people look up, the more they’ll think about what they’re seeing.

In the weeks and months ahead, this trend will accelerate until such a time as the mainstream media is forced to report it or risk further trivializing themselves in the eyes of the public. At least that is our hope.

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