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Planet X: VIEWING Specs 9/15/2002

In anticipation of a rapid approach during the next 9 months leading up 
to the Point of Passage shortly after May 15, 2003, these Viewing Specs
will emphasize what amateurs, and then everyman even without the 
benefit of a scope, might look for.  Viewers should look for themSELVES,
not relying on what others say, as empowering the public with the right 
to know what is coming at them, the right to know what will change their
lives shortly, and the right to make personal decisions about their lives 
and the lives of their loved ones is NOT something the establishment 
wants to allow.  They know, NASA knows, but you don’t get to know 
because they don’t want your messy panic.  So look for yourSELF.

Relevant information previously provided on:

    Planet X VIEWING History
    Planet X as a SMOLDERING Planet
    Planet X as a RED Planet
    Planet X Distance, Speed, thus SIZE
    Planet X and the PASSAGE Path
can be found on the web.

TIMES:Because the coordinates are In the Sun
for a portion of the year, Planet X is not always visible in the night sky.
The chart below showing viewing times was garnered from dates, 
times, and cities plugged into SkyMap, for the estimated coordiantes 
spot located between the end of Orions bow and a flank of the Taurus 
bull, and from the NOAA web site 
which provides sunrise time by city and date. The times posted assume
no daylight savings time adjustments.

    For Capetown, South Africa
        Date: 9/15/02    Start: 0:30 AM     End: 10:30 AM
            Sunrise: 6:46 AM    Viewing: Midnight-Dawn
        Dec: 12/15/02    Start: 6:30 PM     End: 4:30 AM
            Sunrise: 5:30 AM    Viewing: All Night

    For Vancouver, Canada
        Date: 9/15/02    Start: 11:00 PM    End: 11:00 AM
            Sunrise: 5:47 AM    Viewing: Midnight-Dawn
        Date: 12/15/02   Start: 5:00 PM     End: 5:00 AM
            Sunrise: 7:51 AM    Viewing: All Night

COORDINATES: Coordinates are given periodically by the Zetas, a 
historical list available, and should be converted from the decimal
format given by the Zetas. 

    What might appear to be bobbling of [Planet X], inbound, 
    as the RA and Dec may move side to side over time, is in 
    fact an illusion caused by the bending of red light, the 
    predominant light coming from this smoldering brown dwarf.

    RA 4.400347 Dec 12.14128 Sep 15, 2002
    RA 4.400986 Dec 12.13942 Oct 3, 2002
    RA 4.400546 Dec 12.13745 Oct 25, 2002
    RA 4.400057 Dec 12.13215 Nov 6, 2002
         ZetaTalk™, Sep 15, 2002

    RA 4.29741 Dec 9.96621 on March 3, 2003
         ZetaTalk™, 1997

    When the passage is due in 2003, there is an exponential
    increase in speed during the last years ...
        ZetaTalk™: in Distance

    Weeks   Px        Dist in    Dist in
    to go   Date      S-P Unit   B. mls.
    39      8/7/02    6.68259    24.558
    26      11/7/02   5.2965     19.464
    13      2/7/03    3.1865     11.71
        Table of Distances, by Robert

    The speed of Planet X is suffient to move it from
    one side of Saturn's orbit to the other in 3 short months.
        ZetaTalk™: Slowing Influences

    The Zetas have said Planet X will transverse
    from one side of Saturn's orbit to the other
    in 3 short months. 818,342 mph!

    Assuming the viewable swirl of red dust and moon
    being 4 times the Planet X body size, the swirl
    would be, on Sep 15, 2002:
        3% the size of Jupiter
        33% the size of Uranus
        15 times the size of Pluto
            Computed Size, by Jim