Signs 28 – I Finally Saw PX with My Own Eyes

| October 6, 2018

Planet X SignsUpdates to this series are usually posted each month. However, in September the updated figures for August were not published. Not because they were insignificant, but because for the first time I published my first Planet X article, Did Planet X / Nibiru Kill The Dinosaurs? something of consequence happened and it took time for me to process it internally.

Simply put, on September 9, 2018, I and another trusted observer both saw Planet X in the same position at sunset with our own eyes.

Regrettably, there was not enough time for either of us to take a photo. Ergo, were I to submit this observation report to myself, I would respond with “Marshall and your friend have submitted compelling reports but absent photographic evidence there is nothing to authenticate at present. Keep up the good work.”

Therefore, while I cannot describe my observation experience for the sake of authentication, it is reasonable to discuss it as a Foreshadowing event given that I have experienced what many have and which many more will. That being, a naked eye observation of an object of interest [Planet X] near the sun. If you have never seen Planet X with your own eyes, rest assured, the odds are that you will be completely unprepared for what you will feel and how that will impact your thinking.

I will delve more deeply into my subsequent feelings following this observation after presenting the updated datasets for August and September 2018. With this in mind, let’s see how fireball and earthquake trends stack up.

August/September 2018 Fireballs

Fireballs are reported worldwide, and the American Meteor Society which is the primary source for North America, for this dataset.

AMS Multistate / Country Fireballs

Multistate/country fireballs cross the borders of multiple states and countries. For this reason, this is a critical category in the dataset because of the distance these fireballs must travel to receive reports from across large geographic areas.

AMS Multistate Fireballs 1/2015 to 9/2018

In a pattern consistent with the entire year, August and September for this subset show lower values than the previous three years.  Does this mean we see a reduced risk? No really, that is, when we look at huge event fireballs for the same period.

AMS Huge Event Fireballs

It is a commonplace occurrence for Multistate / Country Fireballs to be reported as huge events because a huge event occurs when 100 or more eyewitness observers report a huge fireball event.

AMS Huge Event Fireballs 1/2015 to 9/2018

This AMS huge event subset has always been spotty and irregular.  In July, we see the highest on record for the four year period for this subset, but in September, nothing.  How odd, so does this mean we see a reduced risk? Again, no.  Not when we examine the total monthly fireballs for the same period.

AMS Monthly Total Fireballs

The monthly total fireballs are the most critical category in this dataset. When we look at the monthly total of fireballs for June 2018, we see a clear increase over April and May of 2018

AMS Monthly Fireballs 1/2015 to 9/2018

July 2018, both August and September 2018 are record-breaking months for the number of total fireballs reported.  That means three consecutive months in a row.  So while we see inconsistent results with the  multistate and huge subsets, this subset definitely presents a genuine concern in the broadest sense.

AMS Total Yearly Fireballs

The total number of reported fireballs of all sizes is where the big picture moves from monthly to yearly, and here the news is unsettling.

AMS Yearly Fireballs 1/2011 to 9/2018

The number of total monthly fireballs for the months of January through September 2018, now exceeds the total yearly fireballs for 2011 through 2014.  This is a concern because the three months fo the fourth quarter of the year is when our datasets show the highest values.  Consequently, while topping the figures for all of 2017 may seem a stretch at first glance, the real question will be:   will 2017 be topped in November or December of this year?

Earthquakes Since 1997

At the outset of our Signs series, J. P. Jones created a dataset spreadsheet that tracks the total number of earthquakes each month beginning with 1997. The updated spreadsheet below has been updated with the August/September 2018 results.

Earthquakes Worldwide 1/1997 to 9/2018

We see lower values for August and September 2018, but do not be hasty in thinking we’ve turned the corner and that we’re headed for less troubling times.  Just look at the total number of earthquakes of all magnitudes for 2018.  As of September 2018, this is now the highest year on record for all years dating back to January 1997 – and we still have three months to go!  OMG!

Global Earthquakes of all Magnitudes 1/2015 to 7/2018

When we look at annual global earthquakes for the entier dataset, May and August 2018 show similar values for a four-month period of record highs.  With September 2018, the figures drop slightly, though not by a statistically significant amount.

Earthquakes Worldwide 1/2015 to 9/2018What this subset tells us is that we now have a clear 34-month trend for record-breaking earthquake numbers for a four-year period.  While there is a slight dip in September 2018, the real question is what does the rest of the year have in store for us?  Now that I’ve seen Planet X with my own eyes what does this mean fo me?  It means that remaining at arm’s length from this proposition is no longer a matter of academic objectivity.

Sh*t on a Stick (Foreshadowing)

Yes, that’s right.  The first words that came to my mind when I saw Planet X on September 9 for the first time with my own eyes were “sh*t on a stick.” An initial response that would admittedly seem out of character to those who have yet to see it with their own eyes.

Since then, I’ve discussed this on a few radio interviews and in each interview I ask the hosts (none of whom have observed Planet X themselves) what they think the reactions are when I authenticate observation imagery and videos submitted to me.  They either have no idea or assume that the submitter is happy to have their observation authenticated and trust me, despite the hundreds of submissions I’ve received over the years, I could see the number I’ve authenticated on my fingers and toes.

When I do reply that my analysis shows the observation report to be authentic, the actual response in each case is sadness.  It is like getting an exited phone call and the caller chirps, “congratulations, you’ve tested positive for cancer.”  In other words, damn bad news as in dying times is near.

As to my actual observation, it was very brief but corroborated.  At the time I was with a trusted supporter who I will refer to as D.  D was driving and we were West of Moses Lake, WA at sunset.  Still exhausted from getting my latest book, Radio Free Earth: Community Preparedness and Two Way Radios published, I was happy to be in the passenger seat, and I was a little worn from a long but wonderful day of exploration.  That was when D began shouting “I see it, I see Planet X,” and that woke me out of my stupor for sure.  I looked over at D who was glancing back and forth between her rear view and side view mirrors as she pulled off on a small road bounding a wheat field.

Once she turned off onto the side road, I was able to look through the passenger window which was clean, and I immediately recognized an object of interest, a second sun if you will, at about the 12:15 o’clock position relative to the sun. At the moment the sun was just on the verge of slipping behind the horizon which is about the only time you can make a naked eye observation. Before that, you can observe it with some smartphones and cameras.

I studied it for a few seconds and then got out of the car so that I could have an unobstructed line of sight view. When I did, what I saw was what I had seen in the car through the window. Unfortunately, there was just not enough time to take a picture before the sun slipped below the horizon. D had seen the object of interest through her mirrors, but like me, she had gotten out of the car and also had seen the object with an unobstructed line of sight view.

When I first sought from inside the car, I immediately went into analysis mode. I was not asking myself questions about what am I seeing or what is the meaning of this because frankly, I’m the guy who answers these questions for other people. Rather I do what I do when I’m analyzing an image. I began by intensively studying it to create an accurate memory of what I am seeing.  That is after I said “sh*t on a stick.”

As a researcher, I routinely ask trick questions and use blind testing to validate observation submissions. With D, I asked her, “where did you see it between the 11 o’clock and 12 o’clock position relative to the sun?”

D’s immediate answer was, “I did not see it there. I sighted it between the 12:15 o’clock and 12:30 o’clock position relative to the sun.” With that, her observation, as well as mine, were cross-corroborated.  Still the same, there just was not enough time to get a picture. So with that let me give you a picture of what I began to feel.

As we got back into the car and were driving away, I felt a heavy sense of sadness. No elation or joy as some might think, but rather a deeply troubling sense of foreboding.  D wanted to talk about it, but frankly, I was not in the mood.  You see, I hate this damn rock and always have. This is not like having the in-laws over for a few days. It is more like learning that your in-laws are going to park a 26-foot, fifth wheel destination trailer in your driveway for the coming decade.

That night, as I lay in bed what was passing through my mind was all of the people who have submitted images and videos to me that I could not authenticate. I wondered, had I been fair with them because now I could not only sympathize with what they were feeling, I could empathize as well. That ups the game to a whole new level.

There were a few times when I was testy. Somebody would just flip an unusable image at me with the comment such as “my brother took this picture last year.  What do you think it is?”

In that case, I answered, “It looks to me like a picture your brother took last year.”  In other words, thanks for wasting my time with a useless submission.  However, those types of submissions were few and in most every case where I could not authenticate the report, I would explain the technical reason for that and encourage the submitter to try again. Now that I could empathize with what these people must have been feeling, I’m glad that I have always followed this policy.

After chewing through that issue, the next thing that I felt was a new sense of urgency. I have never doubted the existence of planet X nor that we would all eventually see it but the experience of seeing it for the first time is life-altering.  The immediate change for me was the need to accelerate my authoring schedule for the rest of the titles on my production slate beginning with my next book, Perpetual Genesis: A Survival Philosophy for Future Communities.

It took me two years to research, write and published my latest title, Radio Free Earth: Community Preparedness and Two Way Radios and up until September 9, 2018, I planned to finish writing my remaining communities titles in 2019.  A new-found sense of urgency has changed all that.  So for those of you who are wondering why I’m not actively publishing more Planet X validation stories, please understand that I am looking far beyond the present day interest of validation.

As I’ve pointed out in an earlier article, Phase 2 Has Begun – Be Prepared!  Why phase 2? I know what is coming.  I know it will be horrible.  I know humanity will survive, though in few numbers. Ergo, it is time to stop pandering those seeking to waste their time with the mental masturbation of fear porn Youtube channels. If that is your thing, good luck with it because the question is simple for me as a researcher and author.  Do I squander this precious time before things go sideways with financial click-bait self-interest, or do I look to the future needs of those I can help in some small measure?

My mission is to be in service to those who will be more likely to survive what comes, because from day one and forever, I shall be in it for the species. Therefore, what you can expect from me will be written for survival – not entertainment.

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