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What is Nibiru ~ Allis: Planet X?

Updated on March 31, 2011
the Purposed Orbit of Planet X
the Purposed Orbit of Planet X | Source

In 1976 Zacharia Stichin published his book, “The Twelfth Planet,” and stirred up the astrological world.  (At the time, Pluto was still classified as a planet.)  Stichin’s book was based on information that was taken from ancient Sumerian tests, which detailed the origins of mankind in a very different way than did the Bible.

 The Sumerians claimed that humankind was “manufactured” by a race of aliens from the planet Nibiru who needed workers (slave
labor) to mine the gold they found on Earth.  These early humans
were genetically created from Earth’s apes as their beginnings. 

According to the ancient texts and Stichin, Nibiru’s orbit around the sun is much more elliptical than the other planets in our solar system.  It would take Nibiru 3,600 Earth years to complete one orbital journey.  The last time the planet was close enough to Earth for Nibiru’s residents to stop by for a visit was 160 B.C.E, but it is now reportedly on its way back to us and some say it will arrive by 2013! 

There are apparently many reasons for concern about this event, one of them being that because the planet is reportedly larger than our Jupiter, the gravitational pull on Earth would be monumental. Another cause for anxiety is the havoc the planet would release as it traveled though the asteroid belt, possibly projecting large asteroids about outer space like a game of marbles. 

 Many reputable astronomers believe that Stichin is right in some of his assertions and that there very well might be a Planet X located beyond the orbit of Pluto.  They have reported that some unseen astro body has been tugging at the orbits of Neptune and Uranus for several years.  There was a report regarding this phenomena published in the New York Times on June 19th in 1982.   In 1983 the Washington Post reported: “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 aboard the U.S. infrared astronomical satellite.  So mysterious is the object that astronomers do not know if it is a planet, a giant comet, a nearby 'protostar' that never got hot enough to become a star, a distant galaxy so young that it is still in the process of forming its first stars or a galaxy so shrouded in dust that none of the light cast by its stars ever gets through."

Whatever it is, it seems to be heading in our direction.  I guess all will be explained when it gets near enough to cause some serious problems for us on Earth.  However, there won’t be much we’ll be able to do about it but hold on tight and pray we survive the ride!

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      Well,Looks like it gonna happen.

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