Note: written during the 2001 sci.astro debates. Planet X and the 12th Planet are one and the same.
The magnetic field of Earth is weakening, since a strong point estimated to be 2,000 years ago. Deep earthquakes which rose almost exponentially between 1985
and 1995 have locked down the plates of Earth, such that quakes in one plate ricochet to another place, and this process and be charted from quake statistics. The
weather on Earth has gone from being a bit wild to breaking records regularly to being so bizarre that broken records are never mentioned anymore. More
volcanoes are active on Earth than at any time in the memory of man. And though the oceans are heating from the bottom up, and glaciers are retreating at an
astonishing pace. The Earths rotation is slowing, such that the full moon seems now to come early. But is it just the Earth that is affected by the movement of Planet
X toward the solar system, after its long stay at essentially the mid-point between its two foci?
From Mars, the Earth would appear to be quiescent, as few of these symptoms would be visible from space. Melting ice is noticeable, and this has been noted on
Europa, a moon of Jupiter. A slowing rotation would also be noticeable, but until this becomes extreme would be hard to measure from a distance. What effects
can be expected, in the planets that share the solar system with Earth, as Planet X approaches?
- Mercury, as Earth, has a magnetic core, and tilts in the same direction as Earth. Were Planet X to pass within 14 million miles of Mercury, as it is projected
to pass Earth in 2003 [Note: see 2003 Date explanation], Mercury would experience a pole shift, though there is no life on that dead planet to care. Likewise, a
slowing rotation would occur on Mercury, due to the magnetic interference of Planet X during its approach.
- Mars has given evidence of past pole shifts, as your scientists are aware from NASA reports. Is it being affected during the coming approach? In the past,
when the Sun had more mass, Planet X passed through the Asteroid Belt, creating the accidents that the litter in this belt attests to. When passing closer to
Mars, then a warm planet with a molten core, pole shifting on occasion happened to Mars, but its distance from such trauma now is what makes it attractive
as a shift-evacuation point by NASA and the elite who control and dominate NASA.
- Perturbations in the orbits of the outer planets will be palpable during the passage. Those planets on the approach side will linger, and those attempting to
leave or arrive at the approach side will slow or speed up in their orbits due to the additional gravity tug. Being determined by multiple factors, orbits will not
change, beyond temporary perturbations in their speed, in the main. Unless literally bumped out of their orbits, planets tend to return after perturbation to
their normal pace around the Sun, and return to their normal rotation pace, because of the many factors influencing orbit and rotation.
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