Washington Post flip-flops on Planet X / Nibiru
By John DiNardo
Although The Washington Post reported N.A.S.A.’s discovery of “Planet X” in 1983, most people cannot imagine why this dwarf star has taken so much time to be gravitationally pulled in by our Sun. To understand why, we must realize how vast our Solar System is, and that this body is actually decelerating after it overshoots the Sun at the underside of our Solar System’s Ecliptic plane, as it then makes a huge U-turn through the outer Solar System, up and over the Sun.
The late Dr. Harrington discovered that Planet X was coming in way below the southern skies of the South Pole, so in its natural elliptical trajectory, obeying the laws of Newtonian mechanics, it would overshoot the Sun below the Ecliptic, and would begin to decelerate as the Sun would then begin to pull back on it during its overshoot. The resulting vast looping U-turn could, depending on its mass and velocity during its overshoot, take it beyond Pluto before it could decelerate to a speed component of its velocity vector equal to zero miles per second, as it would gradually be reversing its direction, beginning to loop up into the Ecliptic plane, then above the Ecliptic, on a trajectory over the paths of all the planets, including Earth, and then over the north pole of the Sun.
Notice the great many record-breaking floods, hot and cold temperature extremes, droughts, wind storms, etc. Well, these are all caused by the repetitious, uniformly periodic, cometary return of this dwarf star (every thirty-six and a half centuries) which ancient witnesses called “Nibiru” and which N.A.S.A. actually called “Planet X” in at least one of its internal documents, several decades ago.
The views expressed in this article are the writer’s own and do not necessarily represent those of PlanetXnews.com nor its parent company, XmediaX. If you are interested in writing one or more guest articles for PlanetXnews.com, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.