Michael E. Brown: Scientist Found Evidence For The Ninth Planet, Planet X/Nibiru
There might be a ninth planet in the solar system after all, and it is not Pluto! The features of the new planet remind us of the stories about Planet X/Planet Nibiru today – the Annunaki’s planet, the planet of Gods.
Seems like they were not just stories.
Scientists from the California Institute of Technology have declared that they found strong evidence of a ninth planet in our Solar System. Since Pluto is not considered a planet anymore, it lost its 9th place in the solar system.
“We are pretty sure there’s one out there,” said Michael E. Brown, a professor of planetary astronomy at the California Institute of Technology.
The new planet which orbits the Sun in about 10,000-20,000 years reminds us of Planet Nibiru, the so-called planet of Gods.
Can it actually be the planet of our creators?
NASA has acknowledged the existence of the evidence, but they chose to remain yet skeptical about the ninth planet.
The name “Nibiru” is derived from the works of the ancient astronaut writer Zecharia Sitchin and his interpretations of Babylonian and Sumerian mythology. They say that the ancient gods from Egypt were coming from the Planet Nibiru, the only planet which was not discovered in our solar system. Planet Nibiru is believed to be the nowadays Planet X.
This might be the planet they don’t want you to know.
Walter Cruttenden 2016: Gravitational Waves, Planet 9/Planet X/ Nibiru
Video above Published on August 12, 2016 – Jimmy Church interviews Walter Cruttenden a second time
Search for the 9th Planet!
Previously on Jan. 28, 2016 video, according to Walter Cruttenden:
“Finally, the astrophysics community is officially looking for a large mass!
We published our first paper and book over ten years ago suggesting there had to be something very big out there exerting a gravitational influence on our solar system. Considered a fringe idea at the time, we saw the sheer edge of the Kuiper Belt, the behavior of Pluto and other minor planets (before they were called dwarves), comet paths, the constant revisions and stream of new inputs required to make sense of precession theory, the Pioneer anomalies, etc. all pointing to a large mass tugging on our solar system.
Now the race to find it is heating up thanks to the skills of Mike Brown and Konstantin Batygin at Caltech. They examined the orbits of the minor planets and have concluded there must be a 9th planet. Anyone that follows the field knows this team and others have actually been looking for a few years. But because these guys have more credibility than the Spanish astronomers that essentially mentioned similar things in 2014, the news this time made headlines. Hence, the number of scientists looking for the source of gravitational influence has expanded. It didn’t hurt that Mike Brown, famed for killing Pluto, framed the new find as a 9th planet to replace the one he knocked off. That sounds safer and more press worthy than looking for two large masses, which the Spaniards calculated in 2014…”
Another Star – Beyond the bounds of our own solar system.
Since many very smart people have been looking for a large “planet” for over a year, and nothing has been found, we predict no planet will be found – other than maybe another dwarf or two. It is not because of a lack of resources or technology but because we do not think a “planet” is the source of the gravitational influence.
The best explanation for all the data we have seen is a star.
If our system were gravitationally influenced by another star it would explain many of the noted anomalies, including the force on the minor planets, and finally make sense of the precession observable (a 50 arc second p/y change in orientation relative to VLBI sources). All our data suggests the precession observable is only partially caused by local influences, nutation and Chandler wobble, but is largely the simple observable of a solar system curving through space. In other words, the large unknown gravitational influence cannot just be a ten earth mass planet out a couple of hundred AU, only affecting the outer minor planets. Rather it is likely a much larger mass, acting on our whole solar system from a distance. The large planets closest to the sun are strongly affected by the sun’s great mass and display low eccentricity and are all within a few degrees of the planetary plane. In contrast, the distant smaller mass minor planets, less bound to the sun, have their orbits inclined, elongated and fall into multiple resonances with the periodicity of the larger binary orbit.
Proving such a hypothesis will only come after enough time and energy has been spent searching for a ninth planet (so it is a good thing!). But when such a planet is not found the search will turn to other ways to explain the large and obvious gravitational effect. This author suggests the whole process could be sped up if the astrophysics community will begin to look at all solar system anomalies, including the strange acceleration of many space probes like Pioneer 10 and 11.
My personal expectation is attention will turn to the possibility of a more distant gravitational source within one to five years and this will lead to exploring the effect of our closest large star systems. Finally we will be thinking beyond the bounds of our own solar system!
Brian Greene Explains The Discovery Of Gravitational Waves
A landmark day for Einstein and our understanding of the universe: the detection of gravitational waves. Brian Greene explains the discovery.
Planet X- Massive Rogue Object Appears Behind Sun
NASA spacecraft situated behind the Sun unveiled what appears to be a dark planet-like object at the 4 o’clock position hidden from mankind. Could it be part of the Planet X System or even the death star Nibiru?
SOHO Video Courtesy Secureteam10: http://www.youtube.com/user/secureteam10