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by Gary Larrabee
Monday, Dec. 03, 2001 at 6:18 PM
Two things are certain, they told him: 1) Planet X exists. 2) It is coming between May 15 and May 30 of 2003. The rest is speculation. But if it's good enough for the NASA scientists, it's good enough for me. The earth will stand still for about three days and then, in one hour, rotate a full 90 degrees (the pole shift) during which time winds will be an average of 200 miles per hour.
PLANET X DUE HERE MAY 2003?
by Mark Hazlewood, author of "Planet X"
To those who are wondering if this (Planet X) is real or not and are brave enough to be sure, I have written a short essay about how I crossed over the threshold into the "land of knowing" yesterday. But don't read on until you are sure that you really don't want to stay in the "land of maybe." It will definitely change your life---for example right now I am up at 3:00 because I couldn't go back to sleep! Of course, what I say may not convince you, but may just be
one thing to prod you on in your quest. Each of us will have a different thing that gives us that undeniable "Aha!"
I have always been the kind of person that likes to know the truth, feeling that "Knowledge is bliss," instead of ignorance. I read Mark's book, Blindsided, Planet X, Earth Changes. But I really longed to talk to someone "in the know" firsthand. I also spent up to seven hours a day on the internet over the four-day holiday looking up planet X on all the search engines. I disregarded all the channeled
information because it is too contradictory, especially about the year, and I wanted to know when this is happening so that I could live as though it were my last year, or plan to survive. I prayed to know the truth.
Then I got the idea to call dome builders and ask them about the dome prices, etc. I then asked if they had heard about Planet X. One talked to me about half an hour. Yes, in fact, he knew quite a bit. I have promised to keep his anonymity from the internet so I cannot give away his identity but what he shared with me will hopefully give
you some answers. He said some scientists told him about it and he called some friends of his that he was in the military with years ago. He trusted them because they had become scientists in NASA. What they went on to describe is why I can't sleep at 3:00 A.M.
Two things are certain, they told him: 1) Planet X exists. 2) It is coming between May 15 and May 30 of 2003. The rest is speculation. But if it's good enough for the NASA scientists, it's good enough for me. The earth will stand still for about three days and then, in one hour, rotate a full 90 degrees (the pole shift) during which time winds will be an average of 200 miles per hour. Every volcano on earth will erupt and of course there will be many earth-quakes, so two thirds of earth's population will die in that one hour surprise. Then another 20% will starve to death during the next six months because the volcanic ash will cover the earth and keep out sunlight for six months. About 10% of the population (about 600 million) will survive.
He said NASA's top scientists wanted to go to Mars and survive but that didn't work out. So they are making a space station which will be able to maneuver itself on the other side of earth, using earth as a shield between the space station and Planet X. This way the top scientists will live. He said it is already affecting Neptune's
gravitational pole and once it gets close to Pluto, it will take only three months to get here. He confirmed what Mark said (although he never heard of this book), which is that Planet X goes very slowly and then very, very fast all of a sudden. But once near Pluto it will be a "red dot in the sky" which will gradually get bigger during several months, and can be seen with the naked eye six weeks before the pole shift.
He confirmed that the northern inland part of the States is good; it is where the scientists are going. This will be near the equator after the shift.
After hearing all this, I wonder whether I want to survive. I don't relish the idea of seeing starving people. I haven't made up my mind, but it is definitely shifting me into an altered state just knowing this. I am living my life fully appreciating everything, which began after reading Mark's book and is now intenisfied. For those of you who are having second thoughts about survival, I cannot recommend highly enough Dr. Michael Newton's research on the afterlife: Journey of Souls and Destiny of Souls. Read those if you have any fear of death. If you want to survive those 200 mile per hour winds, though, you need a dome house and lots of food stockpiled!
Another thing: I have known about the secret elite government for about three years. But after finding out the truth, I feel that even if we had a benevolent government, they are wise not to publicize this. They are powerless to find the resources to save everyone.
Besides, it is wise to let the masses enjoy their lives til the last. I am now working on forgiving them for all they have done to mess up this planet; how this all plays out may actually make their doings a moot point. Hopefully, as this man quoted his friends, "Planet X will be the `great equalizer,' dethroning the powers that be.
For more information read
Posted By: RMNewsUpdates http://www.rumormillnews.com/
Recent calculations by the United States Naval Observatory have confirmed the orbital perturbation exhibited by Uranus and Neptune, which Dr. Thomas C Van Flandern, an astronomer at the observatory, says could be explained by "a single undiscovered planet". He and a colleague, Dr. Richard Harrington, calculate that the 10th planet should be two to five times more massive than Earth and have a highly elliptical orbit that takes it some 5 billion miles beyond that of Pluto
New York Times
June 19, 1982
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 ninth planet. But the story begins more than a century before that, after the discovery of Uranus in 1781 by the English astronomer and musician William Herschel. Until then, the planetary system seemed to end with Saturn.Today, scientists accept theories concerning plate tectonics. There are articles and studies showing that, at one time, all of Earth continents were on one side of the planet. What the stories don't explore is the question, if all the continents were on one side, what was on the other? The other side has been described as a tremendous gap, matching the Sumerian story of how the Earth came about. The Sumerians said Earth was really half a planet called Tiamat, which broke up in a collision with Nibiru, [or Planet X].
The discovery of new planets has, in the last two hundred years, owed more to the science of mathematics than it has to the design of bigger and better telescopes. The unaccounted-for mathematical irregularities in the orbits of the outer planets have prompted astronomers to speculate upon the existence of a further, undiscovered planet. Astronomers are so certain of this planet's existence that they have already named it 'Planet X' - the Tenth Planet.
In 1982, NASA themselves officially recognised the possibility of Planet X, with an announcement that 'some kind of mystery object is really there - far beyond the outermost planets'. One year later, the newly launched IRAS (Infrared Astronomical Satellite) spotted a large mysterious object in the depths of space. The Washington Post summarised an interview with the chief IRAS scientist from JPL, California, as follows:
"A heavenly body possibly as large as the giant planet Jupiter and possibly so close to Earth that it would be part of this solar system has been found in the direction of the constellation Orion by an orbiting telescope... 'All I can tell you is that we don't know what it is', said Gerry Neugebauer, chief IRAS scientist.
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