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« on: Jan 23, 2016, 08:17 AM »

In 1976 Soviet born, Israeli-American author Zechiaria Sitchin described the existence of a 12th planet, which, based on his research into mythology and ancient scripture, he believed to be the home of an ancestral race of beings who were responsible for the evolution of mankind on Earth.  Sitchin named this planet Niburu. It is commonly known as Planet X.

Whether one ascribes to this theory or not, it is remarkably undeniable that the scientific community is in the process of confirming the existence of a new massive planet, in a highly elliptical orbit far beyond Neptune.  

In 2005 the dwarf planet Eris was discovered, augmenting the existing number of planetary bodies to 10.

In 2006 The International Astronomical Union downgraded Pluto to dwarf planet status upgraded asteroid Ceres to dwarf planet status, increasing the number of planetary bodies on our solar system to a total of 11.

The news has recently become punctuated with the announcement of a new “9th planet”.  I question this arithmetic, given the scientific communities’ classification and  acknowledgement of 2 additional planetary bodies in our solar system .

This recent astronomical discovery is a remarkable synchronicity regarding Sitchin long-challenged assertion of a 12th planet; a planet that potentially reveals long suppressed historical data about the evolution of life on Earth.
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