On July 11, 2010 there was a total eclipse of the Sun, visible in a swatch across the South Seas and Chili. Up until July 11, 2010 no certain glimpse of Planet X had occurred during an eclipse. But on July 11, those hoping for a revelation hit the jackpot. Planet X is seen in the Northern Hemisphere to the RIGHT of the Sun, along the line of the Ecliptic. All this is reversed in the Southern Hemisphere. That said, where should Planet X have been appearing in the South Seas at approximately 20:00 UTC?
If Planet X is seen at the 4-5 o’clock position during the day in the northern hemisphere, then it should be seen at the 10-11 o’clock position in the Southern Hemisphere. Did this occur? The first hint of what the public could expect was delivered from a webcam in Chaiten, Chili. An obvious orb at the 10 o’clock position appeared. The webcam was promptly moved http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/webcam-in-chile-chaiten
so the public could not SEE this spot!Just went to that link. Seems the webcam's position has changed so that we can only see the right 3/4 of the sun, and sounds like Planet X should be on the left side from this area. Hmmmmm imagine that.
The second obvious maneuver by the establishment was to close down all webcams, regardless of where the stream was originating from, promptly after the eclipse. These included, but were not limited to, the following sites from French Polynesia, Tahiti, and Pascua Island off coast of Chile:http://www.ustream.tv/channel/live-eclipse1/v3http://www.ustream.tv/channel/tahiti-eclipse-2010-july-11thhttp://eclipse.astromatica.es/
The Moon moved across the Sun from the left, so the start of the eclipse was not a worry for the establishment. Planet X was being eclipsed, as the pre-eclipse shot from French Polynesia below shows. But almost instantly after the full eclipse, when Planet X could be expected to EMERGE at the right, all webcams went DOWN. http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/webcam-in-chile-chaiten
All of them, worldwide, like clockwork. I thought they were going to show the whole thing. I liked the way they went out of focus toward the end, too.[and from another]Was watching 3 different feeds and the streams were stopped dead on the total eclipse and flare which would have revealed much.
The moment just before the cams went dead revealed a light source AT THE 11:00 O’CLOCK POSITION.
The moment prior, no such light source had been showing, proving that the webcams went dead to prevent the public from seeing evidence of the presence of Planet X.
More dramatic photos of this moment came from private hands, not from the webcams. Private photos could be and were continued past the moment when the webcams went dead. I got this photo from a relative from my home island Rarotonga, Cook Islands taken in the late morning. I can see PX at the 11 oclock position.
Could this light source have been from the Sun itself? Live feed images of the Sun taken from the SOHO website at the moment of the eclipse show this could not have been the case. NO CMEs or solar flares were visible to stream light in that direction. Note that the corona of the Sun shows no such light streams.
The relative size of Planet X, along the edge of the Sun, has been computed by an observer. This certainly relates in size to the object seen. http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/webcam-in-chile-chaitenI considered the size of the sun and PX when viewed from the earth. The ratio of diameter of the sun and PX is; 1,400,000 km vs 52,000 km(4 times of the earth; 4 x 13,000 km) = 27 vs 1. Where PX is in the middle of sun-earth, apparent size ratio of the sun and PX viewed form the earth is 27 vs 2, that is, 13.5 vs 1. Note: PX looks larger as it is shrouded with the dust. If there is a mistake, please point it out. Then I drew the circles with their size ratio of 13.5 vs 1. I don't surely know what is the something right side about 11 o'clock. I'm glad if this size comparison is useful for the analysis.