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Re: Planet X/12th Planet Cover-Up Mechanism

Article: <6g2r20$> 
Subject: Re: Planet X/12th Planet Cover-Up Mechanism
Date: 3 Apr 1998 14:17:36 GMT

In article <6fu87e$tf6$> Jim Scotti writes:
> If your putative "12th Planet" is out there, you should be able to
> see it now, and without much optical aid. 

It is a Comet Visible, as the Zetas stated in 1995, below.  I might add
to the signs of its approach a decreasing rotation speed, now absurdly
attributed to El Nino.  If weather could slow a planet down, then we'd
have NO rotation by now!  How many storms do you suppose this old world
has seen?

(Begin ZetaTalk[TM])
The 12th Planet is now visible to the human eye, though only the
educated eye would see it.  At the current time the 12th Planet is
approximately magnitude 2.0 in brightness, and appears as large as a
star as viewed by the naked eye.  It does not shine with the intensity
of most stars, but has a dull, diffuse, glow.  It appears to be the
last gasp of a dying star, a faint, blurry, reddish glow.  Your eye
would pass over it if attuned to the pin points that are the stars.  A
star is intense in the center and rapidly diminishes in intensity
toward the edges of the spot you call a star.  The light from a star
comes from a single point and fans out, the periphery a bit less than
the center, increasingly, but the center very intense.  The 12th
Planet, being nearer, is giving you light rays from its entire surface,
so the light has an even quality to it.  Its distance cannot be
 measured, but one will notice that as time passes, no other object
passes before it.  

Your nearby planets are throwing back at you a familiar light,
reflected sunlight, and thus your eyes recognize them for what they
are.  Just as some insects camouflage themselves from those who would
prey on them by adopting the coloration of the surrounding area, just
so the 12th Planet, to you, is camouflaged against the night sky.  Its
appearance does not look like the familiar objects you set out to
identify when you scan the sky - pin points with intense centers that
are stars or the scattered brilliance of an exploding star or the
distinctive elongated fantail of a passing comet.  Where its size at
present is akin to a star, and the diffuse light across its surface
would indeed have the spread and consistency that your reflecting
planets do, there are significant differences that cause you to pass
over it rather than explore it in depth.

1. the composition is not the composition of reflecting sunlight, but
is almost exclusively in the spectrum you would call red light.  Thus
you will do best if you filter for red light, and by this we mean
filtering out all but red light.

2. though a large planet, 4 times as large as Earth and thus larger
than Mars and Pluto, it is at this time at a much greater distance and
thus its visibility is not equivalent to Mars or Pluto.

The amateur astronomer may be disappointed until well after the
millennium, as the 12th Planet's motions across the skies are only
visible at this time when repeated images are taken and compared by
computer, and here the magnification must be huge.  Where the naked eye
looks upon the sky, the 12th Planet appears to be standing still.  The
path of the comet is dead on.  It is aiming for your Sun, and you are
so very close to your Sun.  The Earth's movements to this side or that
are slight, in the scheme of things, and give to the comet an almost
imperceptible wobble at best.  The naked eye will not see motion in
this 12th Planet until well into the year of the cataclysms, just a few
weeks ahead.  At that time its motion will give it away as being of a
comet's nature.  During the last few weeks, back yard astronomers will
be able to detect motion of the comet across the skies, something a
distant star would not do.  Those with telescopes and computer software
capable of comparing captured and stored images will know otherwise,
but will be silenced or discredited in the usual establishment
protective manner.  

This 12th Planet will, however, get consistently brighter, so that an
image taken now, compared with an image taken a year from now, would
show an increased brightness not expected from a distant star.  The
naked eye would not capture this.  The naked eye will begin to register
increased brightness approximately 1 year 7 months before the
cataclysms, or late in the year 2001.  This appearance will be
discounted by most, who will point to the distortions in the atmosphere
as a cause or will explain this as an exploding star, the light rays of
which are just becoming visible on Earth.  Increased brightness will
occur gradually, so that without the capacity to register brightness
over time, and compare closely the changes, this cannot be proved or
even, until close to the end, mentally registered by the observer. 
High powered equipment can and has registered this increased
brightness.  The images must be compared by computer analysis, but the
magnification need not be huge, only slight.  Here again, this
information will not be made public.  Quite the opposite.  This
information will be denied and refuted by those controlling the high
powered equipment needed for proof.

Astronomy is a science based on theory as much as fact, as needs be
when one is looking out where one cannot go and measure!  Consequently,
astronomers essentially make their best guess, and often disagree.  How
far away is an object?  Opinions differ.  If one object passes in front
of another, there is a solid clue, as the one object is obviously
closer than the other.  What is the composition of an object?  Extruded
rays are analyzed against known scientific facts on how matter
decomposes, but much scientific fact is as yet not understood by
humans.  They make their best guess, often so wrong as to be terribly
misleading.  We are not telling astronomers anything they don't know
themselves.  Theirs is a science that truly respects the adage - the
more I know, the more I know I don't know!

For those discouraged by peering at the sky, and in particular
discouraged by the myriad of alternative explanations for what is seen,
remember that the approach of the comet is best measured, until the
last year before the cataclysms, by the Earth's response to its
approach.  As we have already explained, the core of the Earth is
already responding, and this measurement is recorded in the rising
temperature of the oceans, worldwide.  The next symptom to look for is
increased volcanic activity, and larger and more frequent earthquakes,
worldwide.  This, surely, cannot be attributed to the Greenhouse
effect.  It is when the Earth receives red dust from the tail of the
comet, as it enters the Solar System and passes between the Sun and the
Earth, that denial will no longer be possible.  At this point, however,
there are scant days before the cataclysms.
(End ZetaTalk[TM])