Wikipedia: Nemesis is a hypothetical hard-to-detect red dwarf star, white dwarf star or brown dwarf, orbiting the Sun at a distance of about 50,000 to 100,000 AU (about 0.8-1.5 light-years), somewhat beyond the Oort cloud. This star was originally postulated to exist as part of a hypothesis to explain a perceived cycle of mass extinctions in the geological record, which seem to occur once every 26 million years or so.
I am personally inclined to believe that our known solar system has a 10th planet (Planet-X; Nibiru; Dwarf-Star) which has a 3600 year orbital cycle. This is the red giant gaseous object that the Pioneer 10 and 11 spacecrafts detected at or around 4.7 billion miles away. The object that was detected around 50 billion miles away was the binary companion of our sun, Nemesis (Dark Twin; Dead star). Wikipedia also calls it a Dwarf-star which gets confusing with the description of the 10thplanet, also referred to as Dwarf-Star. For the purpose of this article we’ll refer the term of Dwarf-Star to the 10thplanet (Nibiru; Planet X; Destroyer star). It is a possibility that the binary companion hovers around the known solar system beyond the orbit of Pluto every so often (probably anywhere from 3600 years to every 26 million years), which we’ll not divulge in to as no credible information is available on that subject. The 10th planet (Nibiru; Planet X) which is in a highly elliptical orbit makes its way around the sun possibly between planet Mars and Jupiter as suggested by the ancient Sumerians every 3600 years. It is this 10thplanet which will be our focus in this article. The first 4 planets from the sun (Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars) are solid terrestrial planets and are tightly close knit to each other, relatively speaking. The other 4 (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune) are gaseous giants and have a much bigger distance between their orbits unlike the first four planets of the sun. The first large distance between the planets is between Mars and Jupiter. Last planet Pluto is a dwarf-planet (not a fully formed planet as scientists suggest), made with rock and ice. Pluto’s orbit is highly inclined relative to the ecliptic (over 17°) and highly eccentric (elliptical). This high eccentricity means a small region of Pluto’s orbit lies nearer the Sun than Neptune’s. This is an unusual orbit comparing to the rest of the known planets. It is very likely that the 10th planet (Planet-X; Nibiru) could cross the ecliptic right in between the first four terrestrial planets and the next four gaseous planets.
Published on Jan 29, 2014
Nibiru Position 01 30 2014 Gravity Anchoring Time
Published on Jan 30, 2014
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