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First Planet X / Nibiru Images Leaked by an Anonymous South Pole Telescope (SPT) Informant

Planet X / NibiruPart 5 — Object Cluster

Benjamin Cropley
YOWUSA.COM
02-March-2008

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PUBLIC NOTICE: We are unable to contact the any of the informants and cannot cannot independently confirm this report. As compelling as these images are, any conclusions drawn from them must be viewed as speculative at this time.


 

The large amount of detail in these screen captures of the YouTube video clearly indicates that they came from very high-quality originals. That is the kind of quality one would expect from the high-resolution CCD imaging systems in modern telescopes.

The following picture is the enhanced version of Image #4.

Planet X Image #4 Enhanced

The red object in the center is a brown dwarf (dark star) with four very large satellites. In comparison to the dark star, the satellites in the cluster are not entirely spherical. This is important because of the following three reasons why a satellite or planet does become spherical:

  1. Their size.
  2. The amount of time spent in orbit/spin.
  3. Gravity of the object itself.

Upon closer inspection, after enhancing and zooming the images, we are able to get clearer images of the objects orbiting the dark star. Following are the four satellites orbiting it, zoomed in to reveal greater detail.

 

Planet X Satellite - Upper Left


Planet X Satellite - Upper Right


Planet X Satellite - Lower Left


Planet X Satellite - Lower Right

 

At this point, the writer references the work of Jacco van der Worp, MSc of yowusa.com and Andy Lloyd of darkstar1.co.uk.

Unstable Satellite Orbits

In Jacco’s analysis, he examines the orbital patterns of the satellites and concludes that at least some appear to have unstable orbits. Those satellites with unstable orbits will eventually do one of three things:

  1. Stabilize.
  2. Collide with the dark star.
  3. Be spun off by the gravitational pull of another space body.

The imagery clearly indicates that the satellites orbiting the dark star have not been in orbit long enough to become spherical. Notice particularly the lower right satellite, which appears more triangular, and the upper left satellite (more of a 'less pointy' rugby [American football] ball shape), reminiscent of the moons of Mars. In addition, while older satellites could be orbiting this dark star, they do not appear in the presently available images.

This completely backs up Jacco’s idea, which is in a completely separate analysis to mine.

Andy Lloyd's Hypothesis

Another noteworthy aspect of these images are that they offer corroboration Andy Lloyd's Dark Star -- Kuiper Gap hypothesis, in which he postulates that the dark star passed through the Edgeworth-Kuiper Belt like a massive vacuum cleaner.

At this point in the Edgeworth-Kuiper Belt, there is somewhat of a gap. Astronomers theorize that this gap is result of Neptune’s gravitational influence. As they explain it, Neptune is able to ‘take’ an object from the kuiper belt, then sling it into Saturn’s orbit. There, the object then whips out of our solar system to become a rogue object in deep space.

However, the evidence presented in these images does not support this explanation. Conversely, it does corroborate Andy Lloyds Dark Star Kuiper Gap hypothesis that the dark star passed through the Kuiper belt, where its immense gravitational influence captured a vast host of objects.

Therefore, a host of other satellites is most likely associated with this cluster, but the satellites do not appear in the images. Assuming this to be true, they would range in size from objects the size of a grain of sand to small planetoids. Like those in the images, they would not yet be entirely spherical.

Conclusion

It’s only through enhancing these photos that we get to see the actual shape of the objects. This observation is incredibly important from this writer's point of view, because it reinforces two separate analyses of the cluster of objects. For this reason, this writer is inclined to believe that these photos are indeed real.