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Is a Killer Planet X / Nibiru XKBO Stalking The Earth?

YOWUSA.COM, 02-February-02
Steve Russell
Jacco van der Worp

Planet X-class Kuiper Belt Object (XKBO)

Planet X-class Kuiper Belt Object (XKBO): A Kuiper Belt Object in a long period orbit around our sun, with sufficient mass to trigger life-threatening global Earth changes as the result of a flyby event.  Marshall Masters, YOWUSA.COM 

In his latest article Did Planet X Kill The Dinosaurs?, Marshall Masters presented the possibility that a large body from an unknown part of our solar system that may have been responsible for the kill of the dinosaurs is once again headed towards earth. This large body could be on a periodic orbit that will take it through the inner parts of our system. In this article we will present evidence, some circumstantial, some direct, that this body could currently be getting closer than any of us would like. 

The Evidence Is Mounting

Since the publication of Zecharia Sitchin's book "The 12th Planet" in 1976, the skeptical have questioned whether or not the ancient documented planet of Nibiru really exists.  We will for now refer to it as XKBO or Planet X-class Kuiper Belt Object. In 1983, the New York Times published an announcement declaring a real possibility of its existence.

New York Times, January 30, 1983
Something Is Out There

Something out there beyond the farthest reaches of the known solar system seems to be tugging at Uranus and Neptune.  Some gravitational force keeps perturbing the two giant planets, causing irregularities in their orbits.  The force suggests a presence far away and unseen, a large object that may be the long-sought Planet X. ... The last time a serious search of the skies was made it led to the discovery in 1930 of Pluto, the nineth planet.

Over time it turned out that Pluto could only be held responsible for part of the disturbance observed in the orbits of the two outer large planets because of its small mass.Since then, our knowledge on the matter has not increased in the slightest.  In 1999, we were still asking the same questions.  The only increase in understanding has been provided by Sitchin through his ongoing series of books.

Astronomy Now Online, October 7, 1999
Massive planet may lie beyond Pluto

Intrigued by the fact that long-period comets observed from Earth seem to follow orbits that are not randomly oriented in space, a scientist at the Open University in the UK is arguing that these comets could be influenced by the gravity of a large undiscovered object in orbit around the Sun.   

It would however, be extremely faint and slow moving, and so would have escaped detection by present and previous searches for distant planets.

In almost two decades of advancements in the sciences, nobody except Sitchin is willing to come forward and either make a truly amazing discovery, or help humanity scratch an itch that has been bothering us for the last twenty years. There is plenty of data available to indicate another planet, but who is looking?

India Times
Possibility Of A New Planet

In discovering Pluto's moon, astronomers learned that Pluto itself is much smaller and lighter than had been believed and is therefore not heavy enough to exert the gravitational pull on ‘neighbours' Uranus and Neptune that would be sufficient to account for irregularities in their observed motions.

 seemingly ridiculous report found recently on ABC's web site about a man who wants to measure the distance to the moon, may in fact help prove that an XKBO exists. 

ABC News, January 17, 2002
How High the Moon

Tom Murphy wants to know how far it is to the moon.  Not just how many miles, or how many feet, or even how many inches.  He wants to know to within a millimeter, and that's less than a 25th of an inch. 

To achieve his goal, the University of Washington postdoctoral researcher in physics and astronomy will use the latest in laser technology, a large telescope in New Mexico, a team of other experts, a little funding from NASA, and a whole lot of luck. 

The stakes are high.  If it doesn't work, he could spend the rest of his life trying to live down "Murphy's folly." If it does, he might disprove part of Einstein's theory of General Relativity, or he might discover evidence of an unseen celestial body in our solar system, either of which would earn him a page in the history books.

If only these scientists would read their history books and bibles. Then they would soon learn that it has already been discovered.  If we do not stop calling such evidence myth and start seriously investigating this ancient knowledge, it may be all of us that end up in the history books.

Zecharia Sitchin
The 12th Planet, 1976

Now called "The Creation Epic," the text was known in antiquity by its opening words, Enuma Elish ("When in the heights").  The biblical tale of Creation begins with the creation of Heaven and Earth; the Mesopotamian tale is a true cosmogony, dealing with prior events and taking us to the beginning of time.

The puzzles of our solar system - the oceanic cavities upon Earth, the devastation upon the Moon, the reverse orbits of the comets, the enigmatic phenomena of Pluto - all are perfectly answered by the Mesopotamian Creation epic, as described by us.

Most scientists have chosen to ignore the fact that the ancient Sumerians knew precise information about our solar system. If Sitchin's translations and interpretations are correct, to acknowledge them, would mean acknowledging the existence of XKBO. To acknowledge the existence of XKBO as described in the ancient texts, would mean acknowledging the existence of life also on that planet. If this highly intelligent life were acknowledged, it would mean that we are worshiping a false god, and this is too much to bear for most people.

owever, the existence of XKBO and its involvement in the creation of our solar system is gaining support with each passing year.   Evidence is also mounting against the current scientific explanation for solar system formation, lending more support for Summerian texts.

Space.Com, January 7, 2002
Strange Object Found, Defying Ideas of Solar System Formation

WASHINGTON D.C. - Solar system creation theorists got more to chew on Monday when astronomers announced the discovery of a huge object called a brown dwarf orbiting a star nearly as closely as Saturn is to our Sun.

dded to recent findings of extrasolar planetary systems that are markedly unlike the one around the Sun, the new finding makes our solar system look like an oddball in the galaxy. 

If earth is a truly a galactic oddball, perhaps a rogue 12th planet that disturbs the peacefulness every 3600 years can explain why. 

In Sitchin's latest book, he describes how the habitants of an XKBO observed the disruptions it caused on the solar system as the planet approached the outer planets thousands of years ago.  In recent times, and at an accelerated pace, we are observing strange phenomena throughout our Solar systemthat could perhaps be attributed to an approaching XKBO. 

Disturbed By Unseen Forces

The Hubble Space Telescope (HST) has observed Neptune's Great Dark Spot since Voyager.  The HST has since revealed that the original dark spot has vanished, and another reappeared elsewhere on the planet.

Hubble Discovers New Dark Spot On Neptune

New Dark Spot On NeptuneThe distant, blue-green planet Neptune has again surprised astronomers with the emergence of a new great dark spot in the cloudy planet's northern hemisphere. The feature was discovered by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope.  

Only last June, Hubble images revealed that a great dark spot in the southern hemisphere - discovered by the Voyager 2 spacecraft during its 1989 flyby - had mysteriously disappeared.  

The new dark spot is a near mirror-image of the previous feature first mapped by Voyager 2. The northern dark spot discovered by Hubble is accompanied by bright, high-altitude clouds. As atmospheric gasses flow up over the spot, they cool to form these methane-ice crystal clouds. 

Is this evidence of a vastly different ever-changing planet, compared with the more stable Jupiter? Or, Is this rapid change related to an XKBO approaching our solar system?  Perhaps the rapidness of Neptune's changes is due to the fact that it is further from the Sun, and thus closer to an XKBO.  A slightly less drastic but perhaps also related change has recently been observed on Jupiter.

EXN, January 4, 2002
Jupiter narrows its giant eye

Just over one year ago the Cassini spacecraft made a close pass of Jupiter, the halfway mark on its seven-year trek to Saturn.  As it flew by, Cassini snapped a few pictures of the Great Red Spot, which scientists recently compared to similar pictures obtained with the Voyager probes in 1979. 

Surprisingly it now appears the Spot has been shrinking during the past 20 years. Today the spot is just as wide, but only about two earth diameters long.  In other words, it's becoming rounder, and if it continues at this rate, Jupiter's big red eye will be a perfect circle sometime around 2040.<<

So two of the large planets are either losing or relocating big storm spots in their atmosphere. A tremendous force is needed to accomplish such a change. But more and even bigger changes are going on. 

Sitchin: "On the Sun's face black spots were appearing, from its face flames shot up.

Despite the fact that the peak of the solar maximum period was considered to havepassed, something is still causing it to produce record-breaking eruptions. The current solar cycle seems to have entered a second peak towards the end of the year 2001. 

Space.Com, January 4, 2002
New Picture: Solar Eruption Among Most Complex Ever Recorded

The SOHO spacecraft has been watching the Sun for six years.  Never has it seen anything like this.

Complex Solar Erruption

The Sun unleashed a powerful "solar prominence" Friday, Jan 4.  Then instruments on SOHO recorded what one researcher says could be the most complex coronal mass ejection the spacecraft has ever witnessed.

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