My search for Planet X / Nibiru
What’s up to four times as big as Jupiter, is so controversial that many astronomers don’t know much about it and is the most high-concept conspiracy theory in existence?
With a personal background in investigative research, when I first heard of Planet X, the concept interested me. First, it appeared that close to a million people a month were searching for answers on Google. Next, I heard an episode on the JR Moore national radio Show where he had spoken with some top Naval brass (retired) and they had indicated that the reason they had moved to the Ozarks was for safety. Then I ran across a video on YouTube (below) with a 15-minute interview with an insider who used the code name “Arizona” who had actually seen Planet X. The title of the video was striking: “The Red Devil Planet Revisited.”
There are also Russian TV news programs which featured a discussion of Planet X. The subject is freely discussed in that country. The Russians believe the object exists, is inbound and they have built massive amounts of shelters in Moscow and throughout the country in preparation. The mysterious death, allegedly by throat cancer, of Dr. Robert Harrington, the chief astronomer of the US Naval Observatory, when he was on the verge of going public, added fuel to the fire.
Having studied astronomy in college, I found the subject captivating. I entered upon a year-long pursuit of knowledge, available in the public domain, on the topic of Planet X. After completing my research, I wrote a book entitled Planet X – The 2017 Arrival by David Meade, my pen name. It discusses how Planet X may potentially cause extreme destruction. The question is, to what extent and how soon is this object headed to Earth?
Dr. Robert S. Harrington, the chief astronomer of the U.S. Naval Observatory, died before he could publicize the fact that Planet X is approaching our solar system. Many feel his death is part of a cover-up, one in which government agencies quickly moved to conceal the most earth-shaking discovery in history.
NASA AND THE IRAS SATELLITE – THE DISCOVERY OF PLANET X
Why did NASA shut down IRAS, the infrared telescope? This is a pivotal point, where the government officially discovered it and began tracking it.
From an insider: Planet X had been imaged by NASA’s IRAS infrared sensing satellite in 1983 and the mechanical failure story was used as a cover. Once the IRAS data started pouring in, that’s when they found Planet X. It was approaching from south of the ecliptic.
This was not good news because the majority of the world’s observatories are north of the equator and the decision was made to devote the remaining lifespan of the IRAS spacecraft to the observation of this one object.
After releasing the mechanical failure cover story, controllers used the IRAS’ remaining fuel to maintain a constant track on the object until control over the spacecraft was entirely lost.
THE SOUTH POLE TELESCOPE (SPT)
The decision was then made to spend billions of dollars to construct a telescope at the South Pole. It would be far more powerful and survivable than the 1983 IRAS spacecraft and Hubble Space Telescope put together, and this manned observatory would begin tracking Planet X / Nibiru from the skies of Antarctica.
Why else would a telescope requiring huge expenditures of logistics and funds be built in such a desolate location? Why not Chile, for example?!
Just from circumstantial evidence, the existence of Planet X is proven beyond a reasonable doubt, to a moral certainty.
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