The fateful mission of the Tenth Planet

The fateful mission of the Tenth Planet.

For some time now, humanity has been seriously concerned about the coming changes, which will soon have to comprehend our planet. But what exactly will happen in the coming years, nobody knows for sure. One of the main reasons for fear for their future, humanity considers the mysterious celestial body, which, according to some scientists, may well be the tenth planet of the solar system.1

For the first time, the existence of a certain mysterious planet was started up in 1972, when the American astronomer Joseph Brady recorded the gravitational perturbations of the orbit of the famous Halley comet caused by a rather large space object. According to Brady's calculations, the mysterious object is about five times more massive than the Earth and is three times farther from the Sun than Neptune. The fact of the existence of this celestial body was confirmed by data obtained in 1981 from several spacecraft at once. A year later, the fact of the existence of an unknown space body - Planet X or the Dark Planet - was officially recognized by the NASA Research Center (USA).

According to astronomers, a hypothetical planet, tentatively called the Sumerian name Nibiru (“ferry”, “intersection”), moves along an elongated elliptical orbit and visits the solar system approximately once every 3,600 years. Moreover, the parameters of the movement of this strange planet are so unusual that some scientists are inclined to the version of its man-made origin. According to astronomical calculations, Nibiru should be 2-5 times greater than the Earth in mass and, being approximately 14 billion km from the Sun, move towards our planet. According to the assumptions of some certain scientists, if the Dark Planet does not change its trajectory, then in December 2022, Nibiru’s rapprochement with the Earth will be maximal and all kinds of cataclysms can expect our planet. The fact is that, as a larger body, Nibiru has a significant gravitational field, which is able to change the inclination of the earth's axis, and, therefore, to shift the poles. As a result, there will be a dramatic change in the Earth’s climate: a global cooling and a global flood will occur, as a result of which two thirds of the Earth’s biosphere will perish. An even more sad fate awaits our planet in the event of a collision with the Dark Planet if the orbits coincide.2

Nevertheless, the most fantastic version of the fateful mission of Nibiru was put forward by the American historian and linguist Zacharia Sitchin, who, based on the "decoding" of the ancient Sumerians' tablets, described in detail in one of his books the "true picture of the universe." Thus, according to the Sumerian chronicles, Nibiru is the planet-home of the gods, which Sitchyk called the Annunaki ("aliens from heaven"). About half a million years ago, they first landed on Earth for the purpose of colonization and brought with them not only a huge stock of knowledge about the true laws of the Universe, but also part of their fauna.

But the main purpose of the aliens was the extraction of gold and other minerals from the bowels of the Earth with the help of slaves-earthlings. The dusty “dome” of noble metals around the Dark Planet was supposed to “warm” Nibiru away from the Sun. In addition, the aliens carried out some genetic experiments on the introduction of alien DNA into the human genome. Guests with Nibiru wanted to create a new humanoid race capable of rapid evolution. Considering the amazingly high level of development of the three ancient human civilizations - Egyptian, South American and Sumerian,it can be assumed that they are of extraterrestrial origin, and modern humans are direct descendants of the mythical Annunaki.3

However, most astronomers are still not inclined to take Planet X so seriously, and some people are completely convinced that no Dark Planet ... does not exist. According to them, such a massive celestial body, as the ancient Sumerians imagined to Nibiru, should have a huge magnetic field and cause noticeable gravitational disturbances in the solar system. However, so far no such phenomena have been observed, and therefore Nibiru is nothing but a myth or, at least, a rather small by space standards man-made object - a ship or a space station. According to Dmitry Vibe, a leading researcher at the Institute of Astronomy of the Russian Academy of Sciences, unknown large bodies the size of Pluto may well plow through the cosmic expanses outside the Kuiper belt.

However, the assertion that there are extraterrestrial life forms on Nibiru is also criticized by many astrophysicists. The fact is that the probable temperature on the planet is about -270 ° С, which completely excludes the possibility of its settlement by warm-blooded inhabitants.

Which of the disputing rights will become clear only when the mysterious Planet X reveals itself in all its glory in winter. According to the predictions of the Sumerians, some December and some year, the “red planet” should shine on the earthly sky like the second Sun and decide, finally, the fate of humanity.

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  • The fateful mission of the Tenth Planet

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    The fateful mission of the Tenth Planet

    The fateful mission of the Tenth Planet

    The fateful mission of the Tenth Planet

    The fateful mission of the Tenth Planet

    The fateful mission of the Tenth Planet

    The fateful mission of the Tenth Planet

    The fateful mission of the Tenth Planet

    The fateful mission of the Tenth Planet

    The fateful mission of the Tenth Planet

    The fateful mission of the Tenth Planet

    The fateful mission of the Tenth Planet

    The fateful mission of the Tenth Planet

    The fateful mission of the Tenth Planet

    The fateful mission of the Tenth Planet

    The fateful mission of the Tenth Planet

    The fateful mission of the Tenth Planet

    The fateful mission of the Tenth Planet

    The fateful mission of the Tenth Planet