CC at Bosschenhoofd (the "Woodenhead" area) NL - Reported 24th April.

This shows the passage of Planet X, from its entry into the solar system in 2003 to its turnaround to its second pass and thence to its exit from the solar system. As we have mentioned, Planet X adjusted its trajectory when it approached the solar system, to avoid particle crowding at the Sun's Ecliptic. It approaches the solar system at a 11° angle, inbound from the direction of Orion, dropping so that when it passes through the solar system it crosses at a 32° angle, and then returns to the 11° angle on its return trip back to its second foci. The large circles represent the two foci of Planet X - your Sun and the Sun's dark binary twin. The gyrations of Planet X during its dual 270 rolls is also shown. EOZT

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