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ZetaTalk: Float Past the Sun
written August 28, 2003

How can Planet X appears so close to the sun for so long? It has been there since at least June, and in 3 months the Earth would have orbited 90 degrees around the sun, totally changing it's visual angle toward Planet X.

We have stated that Planet X would travel the span of Saturn’s orbit in 3 short months. In that Planet X has been visible to the naked eye since the very last days in March, where has it been these last 5 months? The common man can see Venus as the Morning Star, Mars as a red star in the evening, and when the eye is assisted can see the large gaseous planets reflecting sunlight. Could they then not see a smoldering brown dwarf with entourage of swirling moons and dust cloud when this begins to reflect sunlight, even outside of Saturn’s orbit? We have been very careful not to confirm any speculation on the distance of Planet X, at any point in time, so as not to clue the establishment as to the date of Passage. To emphasize once again, the establishment would take steps not for the benefit of the common man should they have a firm date, as the Homeland Security exercises the week of May 15 demonstrated. It is our goal to have the establishment on a level playing field with the common man they would keep ignorant and entrap and enslave. The establishment has no clue as to the exact distance of Planet X, in its headlong plunge toward the Sun, as

  1. we stopped giving coordinates on May 15
  2. we refused to confirm any human speculation on distance
  3. the Hubbell cannot look at the Sun else its mirror would fry
  4. the SOHO satellite is too close to the Earth for proper triangulation
  5. all probes sent forth to peek at Planet X have been disabled, though this is not announced in the news
  6. the dust cloud surrounding Planet X prevents distance calculations based on size of the corpus, which cannot be determined.

We have stated that Planet X travels rapidly into the solar system, but has problems wending its way through the crowded Ecliptic for many reasons. It is for this reason that it plunges 32° below the Ecliptic as it approaches. The Ecliptic is a backwash of particle flows that emerge from the poles of the Sun and return to the Sun at the Ecliptic. The Repulsion Force is also in effect, pushing gravity particles out toward the planets as they in turn buffer away from the Sun with their own gravity particle blasts. Nevertheless, Planet X is plunging toward the Sun, caught by the gravity attraction, and even with bobbling about during its plunge, the direction is firm. But due to the turbulence around the Sun and the Ecliptic, it slows to a float as it passes the Sun. Before and after this float, it moves rapidly. When approaching the Sun it is moving rapidly because of the gravity draw. When floating past, attempting to pierce the Ecliptic, it is being pushed into the Ecliptic backwash by the Repulsion Force blasting outward from the Sun, thus the apparent float. Once having pierced the Ecliptic, it is suddenly free to speed up, and does so, exiting Saturn’s orbit within days.

How close to the Sun does Planet X come before the Repulsion Force stops this plunge? From the viewpoint of Earth, Planet X has been beside the Sun for some time, but this is an illusion. It has been approaching from the Coordinate point we identified for May 15, primarily as a plunge toward the Sun but with a slight retrograde orbit. The view from Earth has been affected by Earth’s own orbit, and this has placed Planet X toward the right of the Sun, as viewed from Earth, and rising to the Ecliptic steadily. By late July, it was noted repeatedly in Photos that Planet X was occulting the Sun, its light either beside the Sun to effect this appearance or in front. In that the light from Planet X would bend toward the Sun if it were behind and near the Sun, it would effect this appearance even if somewhat behind the Sun. Planet X does come close enough to the Sun to worry its inhabitants, and cause them the same scorched days that those on Earth dealing with a Second Sun have suffered. However, the passage past the Sun is more rapid than the float, once past, as now Planet X must fight most intensely the backwash of the Ecliptic.

But at the current time, by late August, there is no question that the Planet X complex has arrived between the Earth and Sun, at an indeterminate point we will not be specific about. We have explained that the mid-point, where Planet X places itself between the Earth and Sun, is where rotation stoppage will occur, and that in this dance the Earth’s orbit is not sacred.


March 28: in SkyMap, Sun appears to the Right and Below approach from Orion/Taurus;
naked eye sighting of star-like red flash just after dusk

April 28: in SkyMap, Sun appears to the Right and Below approach from Orion/Taurus;
greatly zoomed photos in dark show red double helix
April 14
Chapel Hill Double Helix

May 28: in SkyMap, Sun appears to the Right and Above approach from Orion/Taurus;
Planet X seen to the right due to Earth's orbit moving the viewpoint there
May 26
Mt Wilson Sunrise

June 28: in SkyMap, Sun appears to the Right and Above approach from Orion/Taurus;
Planet X seen again to the right but closer to the Sun
June 28
Italian Sunrise

July 28: in SkyMap, Sun appears to the Left and Above approach from Orion/Taurus;
Planet X appears occulting and just below the Sun
July 25
Italian Sunrise

Aug 28: in SkyMap, Sun appears to the Left and Beside approach from Orion/Taurus;
Planet X personas merging due to closeness to Earth
August 25
Pennsylvania Sunrise