Final version of my slides showing Planet X path around its two Suns and Passage near our Sun.

quite a LOT of pictures to scroll down, sorry :)

(these slides will be included into ZetaMovie-2. GIF animation is stalled issue, maybe i will get to make this too)

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Comment by John Smith on October 26, 2012 at 11:14pm

Wow, I compliment you on your ability to create a visual tool which really helped simplify a very complex (to me) process. Thank you very much for your careful and precise presentation!

Comment by charles k daniels on October 21, 2012 at 3:26am

Greetings Andrew, I haven't been keeping pace for a while, however this will bring me up to speed quite nicely. It's a keeper!

Comment by astrogal50 on May 1, 2012 at 8:15pm
@Rob Strunk Going to help you this time, but members are expected to search ZetaTalk themselves and no rely on others to do their homework for them. Our time is precious too!

ZetaTalk: Close Pass
Note: written on Jan 15, 2001. Planet X and the 12th Planet are one and the same.


This pole shift is a particularly severe one, but the 12th Planet will come no closer than 14 million miles to the Earth. There have been worse pole shifts in the past, but not by much. These kind of pole shifts, as this one, cause the Earth to attempt an almost 180 degree shift. However, the crust does not really succeed in going that distance, because the core separates from the crust as it rips the 180, so the crust only makes it about a quarter turn, a 90 degree shift. This particular pole shift will cause a dramatic shortening of the Pacific, a dramatic widening of the Atlantic, and was known for some time to be one of the more severe pole shifts, which is why the Transformation was scheduled at this time.

If the 12th Planet were twice the distance away, 28 million miles rather than 14 million miles, the effect would be diminished by 73%, and the core would attempt to turn with less ferocity, and would only make it approximately 32 degrees, dragging the crust that 32 degrees because the rate of turn would be slower. If the 12th Planet were to be 52 millions miles from Earth, rather than 28, the effect would be so mild as to be considered an adjustment to the current poles, with a number of volcanoes exploding and high tides to height of perhaps 100 feet high in places on Earth, but many places on Earth would be almost unaware that a lurching occurrence had happened. They would be considered mild earthquakes in most places on Earth.
Comment by Gerard Zwaan on February 20, 2011 at 8:16pm

George, about the second pass.


Comment by Ryan Giorgis on January 8, 2011 at 4:19pm

thank you Andrew,

    You and Lothar have really helped me grasp all  this.  Amazing work,  thankyou.

Comment by John Sheldon on December 21, 2010 at 7:27pm

Thank you Malou.  Thanks for replying to my questions.  I have been reading Kojima's blogs - one on "In 2003, Planet X Zoomed," and the other, "In 2004, Planet X Stopped."  Thanks again for your help.  I'm still confused about whether or not Earth is still stopped in its tracks, but I will keep reading to find out.  Take care all.  Some larger EQs today in Japan and the Indonesia region.  Love and light, john

Comment by John Sheldon on December 21, 2010 at 6:06am

I am so glad I was emailed the link to this blog.  I had not seen it until now.  Thank you Andrew.  I apologize for misunderstanding, but I too did not understand PX's path until I read this blog and all the comments.  I thought PX rounded the sun in 2003, and was shooting outbound - but now understand it differently.  So PX arrived in our inner solar system in 2003, and is about to pass earth in its first pass around our sun.  Can someone help me answer a few questions:

1. Earth got stopped in it's tracks (in our orbit around the sun) in late 2003?  It is still stopped?  What direct effects has this stopping caused on earth?  I guess I'm really confused about this.  Weather issues primarily?

2. I read that the earth's dark twin could catch up to us if we are stopped in our orbit.  Was this matter ever resolved?  Is this a risk to us?

3. I know after a PS on earth, that things can't get any worse... but is there a risk that PX could also have an impact on Earth on it's second pass, after it rounds the sun?

Thank you so much for your help.  I know I sound pretty stupid here.  I would appreciate some help here.  Thank you in advance.  Love and light, john

Comment by Kojima on December 9, 2010 at 2:03pm
Hi, Yana. Some of my blogs may be helpful for you;
In 2003, Planet X Zoomed Into the Inner Solar System
In 2004, Planet X Stopped Venus, Dark Twin Caught Up
Comment by Selim KARABIYIK on December 4, 2010 at 3:35pm
Thank you very much, Malou.
Comment by Selim KARABIYIK on December 4, 2010 at 2:58pm
Wow, this is a big job! Sorry about the delay, I think I wasn't a member of the ning at that time, otherwise, I wouldn't miss this nice work.

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