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ZetaTalk: Plowing Ahead
written May 9, 2004

The cycles are no longer 2.5 days between, but have tightened up to 2 days between the Bump/Sweep/Hop of the Whiplash, showing a tightening up of the planets to each other. I expected Monday May 3 the start, and we had May 3, 5, 7 clearly, a 2 day pattern. The photos showed in the late April sweeps that the Earth and Dark Twin were running backwards (11.3 day cycle of a reversed orbit) away from Planet X, as we seemed to have lost the tail and moon swirls in the main in the photos. Now they are back, big time. What does this mean?

In the battle of the titans, a planetary shoving contest, who wins? What factors weighs in to decide the contest? Is it the mass or heft of the planets, the speed going into the contest, or external forces such as the Sun with its Sweeping Arms? All of these, and more.

We had mentioned, some weeks ago, that Planet X was picking up speed, and that its dominant gravitational force having passed the apex was soon to be a repulsion force push. Rushing into the Sun, the gravity pull and high speed it attained during the approach assured a close apex, with Planet X sliding past the Sun at this point, held out from the Sun by intense repulsion force pressure. In the matter of gravity, this is not a rebounding from the Sun, like a ball thrown against a wall, where nothing more than the internal compression within the ball, forcing a rebound, is at play. In gravity matters, the original pull toward the gravity giant, the Sun, remains in effect, countered by the repulsion force. But by sliding past the Sun, a glancing path that had already veered long before Planet X entered the solar system, momentum could translate into a path away from the Sun. In human terms, the vectors are:

  1. the gravity pull toward the Sun such that Planet X is essentially plunging toward the Sun when it enters the solar system.
  2. the repulsion force generated when Planet X comes close to the Sun, which is equal to the gravity attraction and thus stops the plunge into the Sun.
  3. the backwash of particle flow returning to the Sun at its middle, the Ecliptic, which caused Planet X to drop to a 32° angle on approach to avoid this crowded lane, in effect pushed away from this backwash due to particle flow friction, particle compression, caused by the great speed of Planet X on approach.
  4. the fight to pierce the backwash of particle flows returning to the Sun at its middle, the Ecliptic, as the path of Planet X turns away from the Sun and outward, once again causing a sharp angle to be the path of lease resistance.
  5. momentum on the forward path, which due to the gravity pull inbound achieves great speed and force, and which momentum does not abate when Planet X slides past the Sun due to repulsion force buffering.
  6. the Sweeping Arms, which push the planets orbiting the Sun in a counterclockwise orbit
  7. the hop over the Sweeping Arms which cancels out the influence in the case of Planet X as this actually propels Planet X into its retrograde orbit.

If the repulsion force creates a slowed plunge and the backwash in the Ecliptic forces a sharp angle ideal for piercing the Ecliptic, then what factor prevails for Planet X at the point it is passing the Sun? It is momentum, which may seem minor, but at the point Planet X is passing the Sun, this is the factor that tips the balance. Balance this against the planets encountering Planet X in their path - the Earth, Venus, Mars, and the Dark Twin. Their combined mass does not come close to the mass of Planet X, which is 23 times that of Earth. For the Earth alone, the ratio is 1 to 23. The Earth, Venus, and the Dark Twin being essentially equal in size and mass and Mars being relatively insignificant, the combined mass of the planets in the path of Planet X thus provide a ratio of 3 to 23. Hardly a contest. Now give this monster momentum. Do the Sweeping Arms of the Sun counter this momentum? Here again the mass of Planet X tips the balance, as it hops toward the smaller planets being swept along, this push back equivalent in force to the momentum they have, plus. The sweep is gentle, the hop quick. The hop likewise is in the direction of the momentum Planet X already has.

At the present time, the planets encountering Planet X have halted, but Planet X is moving. Thus, momentum is the prevailing factor in this shoving contest. Planet X will plow forward, forcing these minor planets before it, knocking them into each other, at an increasing speed. If you think the sweeps that Nancy has been keeping track of recently have been interesting, they are about to become more than an intellectual curiosity. It is an unshakable grip, an inevitable path, an accelerating drama.