Gravity of Planet 9

A mobile, when used as a noun, means a piece of abstract sculpture which aims to depict movement. One such mobile, a glow-in-the-dark star mobile, is perfect for illustrating the force of gravity. The various “planets” in the mobile are all interconnected: what affects one affects them all. And so too is the “mobile” of our solar system beginning to be affected by the new gravitational force of the incoming “Planet 9.”

Thus reads the description of my latest video, “Gravity of Planet 9”, published to YouTube on January 26, 2016. The clip, which clocks in at 5 minutes and 44 seconds, can hopefully be viewed at the top of today’s blog entry.

A certain Robert’s “Glow in the Dark Star Mobile”, which he shows you how to make, is perfect for illustrating the concept of gravity.

Given that mainstream news is part of the Establishment, it has been officially admitted now, as of last week, that there is an unknown planet having a mass 5 to 10 times that of earth, and that this unknown planet, nicknamed “Planet 9”, has an unusual, elongated orbit.

The “Planet 9”, also called Planet X and Niburu, seems to be headed now back from its long cyclical journey and into the inner solar system. I deduce this from its presence only recently being noticed: were Planet 9 on its outbound journey, it or its presence likely would have been noticed already in the past 100-or-so years.

In Robert’s “Glow in the Dark Star Mobile” you can notice how a string connects all the planets together. That string which connects all the stars in Robert’s mobile can be thought of as the force of gravity.

But suppose a new planet were to arrive and enter into Robert’s system of the Star Mobile. The new planet would upset the equilibrium. All the planets in Robert’s system of the Star Mobile would be affected.

The newly conjectured Planet 9, having a mass 5 to 10 times that of Earth, IS going to upset the equilibrium in our solar system. Planet 9, having significant mass, exerts its own gravitational force. That force WILL exert influence on the other planets.

How long does it take the Planet X to complete one cycle of its unusual elongated orbit? That is disputed at this point. One source confidently assures his viewers that “the ancients” pegged it at 20,000 years. Unfortunately this person does not specify exactly which “ancients” he is citing.

A specific source, Zecharia Sitchin, theorized in his book, The 12th Planet, first published in 1976, that the Planet X cycle was about 3600 years. Previous years for Planet X major events are deduced by Sitchin to have been circa 11,000 B.C., circa 7,400 B.C., and circa 3,800 B.C. The last approximation – 3,800 B.C. – roughly coincides with the start of the Sumerian civilization, whose arrival, writes Sitchin, “was sudden, unexpected, and out of nowhere.” [1]

Sumeria, according to Sitchin, is equivalent to the land of Shinar, where a Tower of Babel construction was attempted. “Shinar means the ‘land of two rivers’ in Hebrew (shene nahar). This is similar in meaning to the Greek word Mesopotamia (‘between the rivers’) for the area of the Tigris–Euphrates river system.” [2]

If Sitchin’s 3,600 year Planet X cycle theory is correct, then after the rise of Sumer in 3,800 B.C., the next cyclical event would have been in 200 B.C., and after that the Niburu arrival would be in 3,400 A.D. [3] [4]

——- Sources ——-

[1] The 12th Planet, by Zecharia Sitchin. Kindle e-book edition.
[2] “Tower of Babel – Where”, by Bible-Science Guy (pseudonym). March 13, 2013.

[3] Acknowledgement to, “Robert’s Glow in the Dark Star Mobile”, published to YouTube on March 1, 2014.
[4] Acknowledgement to, “Planet 9 in outer space: Scientists discover new celestial body on outskirts of solar system”, RT America. Published to YouTube on January 20, 2016.



About ersjdamoo

Editor of Conspiracy Nation, later renamed Melchizedek Communique. Close associate of the late Sherman H. Skolnick. Jack of all trades, master of none. Sagittarius, with Sagittarius rising. I'm not a bum, I'm a philosopher.
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One Response to Gravity of Planet 9

  1. Bennie Opher says:

    I’m impressed, I must say. Really rarely do I encounter a blog that’s both educative and entertaining, and let me tell you, you have hit the nail on the head. Your idea is outstanding; the issue is something that not enough people are speaking intelligently about. I am very happy that I stumbled across this in my search for something relating to this.

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