A Summary Of Available Information
- Discovered in December 30, 1983, news accounts called this the "10th planet" of our Solar System in press releases by the Chief Scientist of IRAS (Infrared Astronomical Satelite) of NASA. They gave it the I.D. "2001 KX76".
- NASA and other government-controlled agencies & observatories are now presenting pictures of a DIFFERENT planet or asteroid, but identifying it as this same "2001 KX76" found in 1983.
- Planet X is a "failed sun", an extinguished star or "brown dwarf". It has a small level of ignition which gives it a faint red glow.
- Planet X passes Earth every 3600 years. It orbits between our sun and a "twin" dead sun which lies in the direction of Orion.
- As it orbits from one sun to another, it takes 1800 years to go half the distance; the other half of the trip is covered in 3 years as the gravitational pull of the sun it is moving toward accelerates its speed. And most of that final half of the journey is covered in the last 9 months, causing terrific speed and gravitational disruption as it zooms past earth.
- NASA discoverers labeled this planet "2001 KX76" (which they recently, and quietly, placed on another object less menacing than Planet X to distract public attention away from the prospect of possible imminent catastrophe). Other names for Planet X include "Nibiru" (its most common name), Wormwood, and Winged Globe. (How about "Gilligan's Planet"?).
- Disruptions on earth occur as Planet X approaches our sun years before it actually arrives. Our present weather changes, El Nino, increased earthquakes, are suspected to be caused by the gravitational "arms" of the approaching Planet X. As it gets closer, our sun and Planet X will react to each other. The dormant Planet X will be temporarily set aflame by our sun. Our earth will experience extreme disruptions of its internal structure including a massive shift in the position of the North and South magnetic poles, volcanic activity, severe earthquakes, extreme weather activity including hurricane-force winds, changes in coastline as the oceans crash 200 miles or more inland...
- Planet X never collides with the Earth or sun because of a repulsion force that occurs as the bodies near each other.
© Hank McIntyre
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