Additionally, I’ve been compiling lloyd pye books pdf monthly blog full of news, links, videos and comment relating to Planet X, and various other items of interest, to run alongside the Dark Star website on www. Dark Star Blog October 2017 – An Emissary from Planet X?
Dark Star Blog July 2017 – Planet Nine: Are They Digging in the Wrong Place? Dark Star Blog September 2013 – Life Started on Mars? Here we report the presence of a second Sedna-like object, 2012VP113, whose perihelion is 80 AU. What’s really exciting about this discovery is its orbit. Sedna, 2012VP113 and almost a dozen other Kuiper Belt Objects are aligned in an odd way compared with other objects in the solar system.
The implication of this is that there may be another large planet well beyond Pluto affecting their orbits. One explanation for the alignment could be the tug of a rocky planet that is 10 times the mass of Earth that orbits the sun at 250 AU, the team calculate. Earth”, like the one Sheppard’s team suggest, would be too cold for the telescope to pick up. This is too faint for WISE,” says Ned Wright, the space telescope’s principal investigator. It’s a strange thing, because one of the arguments made against an undiscovered Planet X is that the telescopes available now are so powerful that it is surely not possible that they could have missed a planet ten times more massive than Earth? Yet, as is indicated above, it is indeed possible at the kind of distances we are discussing here.
There are likely to be a lot more of these inner Oort Cloud objects discovered in the future. But Sedna was only one object. With two objects, we now have increasingly compelling evidence that an unknown major body affected the outer solar system in the past. What’s potentially more remarkable about this scientific Planet X speculation is that the orbit of the proposed Ten-Earth-Mass ‘monster planet’ would be out at about 250AU, which puts it in the territory for Zecharia Sitchin’s Nibiru. 10,000 AU, and nothing bigger than Jupiter at 26,000 AU. Despite this disappointment regarding hopes for a sub-brown dwarf companion, leading outer solar system astronomers seem to be admitting that a massive rocky planet 250AU from the Sun could have been missed by WISE.
If Sitchin was right all along I would be so delighted. It would have to be a pretty cold rock, though – however massive – making the life issue a bit of a problem for those hoping to find the Anunnaki on an habitable world with an atmosphere at this distance. Nevertheless, Planet X is Planet X, and it’s possible that a brown dwarf lies way out there at the edge of the solar system as well. This announcement could be a game-changer. It is well known that ancient Egypt was unified under one King, Menes, for the first time around 3000BCE.
Until very recently it was thought that the land along the Nile had been originally settled by farmers about 1000 years before that. Until now, the chronology of the earliest days of Egypt has been based on rough estimates. With no written records from this very early period, a timeline has been based on the evolving styles of ceramics unearthed from human burial sites. Now though, scientists have used radiocarbon dating of excavated hair, bones and plants, with established archaeological evidence and computer models to pinpoint when the ancient state came into existence. Previous records suggested the pre-Dynastic period, a time when early groups began to settle along the Nile and farm the land, began in 4000BC. But the new analysis revealed this process started later, between 3700 or 3600BC. By comparison, a similar evolution from agriculture to civilisation occurred over a much longer time period in Mesopotamia.
Again, from a Sitchinite perspective, this may tie in with the return of the planet of the gods, Nibiru. Not only the presence of the Nefilim but also the periodic arrivals of the Twelfth Planet in Earth’s vicinity seem to lie behind the three crucial phases on Man’s post-Diluvial civilization: agriculture, circa 11,000 B. In the case of Egypt, does this argument also apply to the settling and emergence of agriculture along the river Nile, leading to a speedy development towards the high civilisation of the first Egyptian Dynasties? It would make sense, perhaps adding further credibility to the concept that something remarkable occurred around 3750BCE. The ancient site of Göbekli Tepe in Turkey has set back the clock of ancient civilisations by thousands of years.
It is thought to date to about 10,000BCE. Much of it remains underground, still, and is in the process of being slowly unearthed. As that process continues, its becoming increasingly likely that the key to understanding this most ancient of sites lies in the sky. Is the Turkish site a very ancient precursor to the civilisations that emerged much later in the Levant? This seems to be the implication of the shared symbolism employed here.
Things take a more intriguing turn a little later into his paper. May this be a representation of the Heliacal rising of the newly born star we today call Sirius? This strange depiction seems to me to also share a passing similarity to the Winged Disk symbolism later employed by the Mesopotamians and the Egyptians alike. The broader astronomical context seems befitting, too. If this really is a remarkably early precursor to the Winged Disk, then what does that tell us? Firstly, that this is unlikely to depict the star Sirius.