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Re: Planet X: Visible SIZE, Estimate 3


Steve Havas reports that during the April, 2001 viewing at Gordon
Macmillan in Vancouver, they were looking at Jupiter just before
searching for Planet X, and these objects appeared to be the same size to
him, but he cannot be sure of how the scope might have been adjusted
between these separated peeks.  Based on Steve's question during an IRC
session about whether he was seeing MORE than Planet X in this viewing,
the Zetas described the moon swirl trailing behind Planet X, and the
dust cloud.

    Thus, the moons of Planet X, having assumed a
    swirl that perpetuates itself, remain in a dance
    behind Planet X even during its dither point
    between its two foci. Planet X moves, however
    slowly, at its dither point, so the swirl is always
    positioned between Planet X and the foci it is
    leaving. This swirl, unique to man in any comets
    or planets it observes, is what caused the ancients
    to call the passing monster, red in the sky because
    of its illuminated red dust cloud, a dragon,
    lashing its tail, the swirl of moons.
        ZetaTalk™: Swirling Moons