- Gautama Buddha
- Do not believe in anything simply because you have heard it.
- Do not believe in anything simply because it is spoken and rumoured by many.
- Do not believe in anything simply because it is found written in your religious books.
- Do not believe in anything merely on the authority of your teachers and elders.
- Do not believe in traditions because they have been handed down for many generations.
- But after observation and analysis, when you find that anything agrees with reason and is conducive to the good and benefit of one and all, then accept it and live up to it.
The 4500 year old Akkadian seal appears to indicate the relative size of the Jovian planets to our Sun.
A Mathematical Fit Of The Diameters Of The Jovians And The Sun Against The Logarithm Of Their Masses. This plot was done by a NASA scientist. Note that the 'fit' forms a very good straight line indicating that the Jovians planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune) and the Sun are mathematically related and that their mass relative to the Sun’s was apparently known to whoever was the source of the information depicted on the Akkadian seal. See the ANALYSIS OF THE AKKADIAN SEAL for measurement details.
A photocopy of the November 1982 Science Digest Article - Mysterious Planet X depicting both planet X and a Brown Dwarf Star in our solar system.
Van Flandern (see below): 'Statistically, a few passing stars would approach within 40 times Pluto's distance of the Sun over the life of the solar system. These stars would tend to perturb the orbits any possible outermost planets (10 to 40 times more distant than Pluto’s aphelion) into unstable orbits. They would be forced into orbits that would pass through the inner solar system and then these planets would be ejected from our solar system because they would be forced into orbits that would cross the orbits of other planets. Van Flandern said this concept was explained in standard celestial mechanics books. Jupiter's gravity is so strong that it can eliminate another body in a single close approach.
The safe distance for a planet like object was 10 X Pluto's aphelion of 49 AU = 490 AU or 45.6 billion miles away. This value was rounded off (on the high end) to 50 billion miles in order to specify the maximum range a potential new planet like body could be in our solar system. This is why they were looking for a brown dwarf 50 billion miles away as depicted in the 1982 Science Digest article shown below. And the image of the object depicted above on the Akkadian seal could well have been the reason the discovery of “an object in our solar system possibly as big as Jupiter” by Henry O’toole was reported in the December 30, 1983 Washington Post article depiced below (Mystery Heavenly Body Discovered).
One of the more amusing pieces of evidence for the existence of Planet X is a picture from the 1987 New Science and Invention Encyclopedia. In a section on space probes, the encyclopedia shows the paths of the 2 Pioneer probes and illustrates how the probes were used in the search for more planets. It shows the Earth, the Sun, a dead star (at 50 billion miles or 538 AU) and a tenth planet (at 4.7 billion miles or 50 AU).
With the discovery of Eris (AKA Xena and AKA 2003 UB 313) whose orbit varies from 36 to about 97 AU, the image is a reasonable fit to Eris' position. This Vulcan web site carries Vulcan at 41, not 50 billion miles
Nearly all binary stars orbit each other in fairly elliptical orbits. Some of these support a 3:2 comet resonance as does our dark star Vulcan. See comment two by our orbit analyst. Here three or four of our nearest ten star systems support such a resonance. Any astronomer skilled in celestial mechanics would be aware of this possibility. So the existence of a 'dead star' in our solar system implies a nominal 40% chance that the inner planets of our solar system would be subject to bombardment by comet swarms in resonate orbits. However, most of these star systems are close together, so the comets in resonate orbits would be rapidly swept out of these solar systems by a variety of means. However, in our solar system, the 'dead star' draws Kuiper belt bodies into the inner solar system. These bodies crumble rounding the Sun producing comet swarms. These comet swarms would stay around for several million years. Some of these comets would impact Earth causing massive natural catastrophes. The above illustration clearly associates the 'tenth planet' with the 'dead star' that in turn indicates Earth's vulnerability to natural comet impact catastrophes. This may be why the existence of 2003 UB 313 (AKA Eris) was kept secret.
Photocopies of newspaper articles reporting the discovery of an object possibly as large as Jupiter (Our Vulcan) or a nearby protostar that never got hot enough to become a star (AKA brown dwarf) 50 billion miles away.
Is somebody trying to hide something from us? One must wonder how many other planetary systems about other stars the ancient Akkadians knew about.
Considerations on the stability of the solar system led Bob to collaborate with T.C. Van Flandern in studies of the dynamical evolution of its satellites, and to an eventual search for "Planet X", conjectured to lie beyond Pluto and to be responsible for small, unexplained, residuals in the orbits of Uranus and Neptune. Late in his career Bob seemed quite skeptical of such an object, however.
"Three more trans-Neptunian objects confirm the presence of a second asteroid belt in the region beyond Neptune. This probably indicates that the hypothetical Planet X is now an asteroid belt rather than an intact planet."
|Offset Angle||Low Eccentricity||High Eccentricity|
|Star System||Eccentricity||Resonance Supported||Possible Sentient Life|
|UV Ceti||0.06||No||Not Likely|
|Sigma 2398||0.55||Yes||Not Likely|
|Grb 34||0.25||No||Not Likely|
|Kruger 60||0.42||No||Not Likely|
|Wolf 424||0.28||No||Not Likely|
|26 Draconis||0.19||No||Maybe Once|
|Period (years)||4969.0 +30/- 24||3366||11249||557||755||?||248.09|
|Inclination||48.44o +3o/- 9o||22.758o||11.932o< /TD>||44.18o||23.9o||28.19o||17.14o|
|Asc. Node||189.0o +/- 1.3o||128.28o||144.54o||35 .88o||217.8o||121.90o||110.303 o|
|Perihelion Arg.||257.8o +6o/- 13.5o||316.6o||311.47o||151.3o||184.7o||239.51o||113.8o|
|Parameter||HARRINGTON'S PLANET||FORBES' PLANET|
|Perihelion Epoch||6 Aug. 1789||1702|
Distant planets, seeded by PBHs ejected from Vulcan's PBH, may have experienced detonations of these tiny PBHs because they were so very small. These detonations may have produced many fragments of primordial heavy element matter which became hydrogenated as the Sun grew to its present size. These primordial fragments are the likely source of cometary bodies found in both the inner and outer Oort cloud. Thus, cometary material constitute the remains of the crust or mantels of these primordial planets. Such material may often show evidence of prior melting such as that found in the Murchison meteorite Therefore, comets are representative of the early universe, especially as far as the originally formed prototype solar system is concerned. This concept is consistent with many of the current theories concerning comets, which describes their genesis as primordial.
Sometime in the year 2016, an asteroid will bypass Earth, missing our globe by less than 1.3 million miles. It will be large enough to cause a measurable electromagnetic effect on the Earth's surface. This will be the first of four that will visit our neighborhood over the next hundred years, The second will pass around 2030, the third in 2044, and the fourth in 2071. none of these rocks will strike our planet."These dates also appear in the analysis of the Bible Code data.