Planet X is the wake-up call—the rooster, if you will. But Planet X is also the bowling ball or the stone in the hands of King David, as it were. Humans have an amazing genetic heritage related both to our life forms on Gaia as well as to other star systems’ civilizations.
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The results of the two year experiment showed that the radiation caused a 3-4% increase in heart and brain cancer in the rodents, over control groups. That may not sound like much, but the types of cancers that showed up are fairly rare without radiation exposure.
The dozens of large earthquakes strike Japan’s southern island over the past week appear to form something of a straight line that divides the island in two. Many are now speculating that geological forces are beginning to tear Kyushu in half.
With evidence in the constellations indicating that Planet X / Nemesis may very possibly make a hit or near-miss of Earth in the next two years, it behooves us to examine photographic evidence from the apparition site at Bayside in New York, which likewise indicates that such a scenario could materialize in the next couple […]
“The scientists believe the sun’s companion is a small, dark star known as a red dwarf with a mass probably only one-tenth of the sun’s and an elliptical orbit carrying it into the Oort cloud,” the AP reported. “Within the cloud, more than 100 billion comets are flying in remote orbits, scientists say.”
Until the discovery of Planet X, astronomers had regarded the writings of the ancient Sumerians about this object as legend. When Planet X was discovered in 1983, they suddenly learned that the Sumerians were not the primitive people they have been made out to be by “intellectuals” of today.