The sling orbit of Planet X is confusing to many because it is so at odds to the normal orbit pattern. In a sling orbit, Planet X comes in straight line toward the Sun,
slides by the Sun, and picks up speed again in a straight line after passing the Sun. Then there is the aspect of its retrograde motion, opposite to what all the other
planets in the solar system take. Planet X, in its retrograde orbit, is heading toward the other planets, rather than moving in the same direction. This clash, in the
direction of orbit, was responsible for Earth halting in her orbit when she encountered Planet X in her path. This clash, combined with the crowding of particles that
emerge from the Sun behind Planet X, is also responsible for the Earth being trapped in an eddy flow of particles that come round the sides of Planet X. As Planet
X proceeds, slowly, sliding around the Sun, it is pushing the Earth in front of it, as the Earth cannot escape this eddy flow. Sling orbit, retrograde orbit, and
retrograde rotation are involved. Planet X is not only passing the Sun in a retrograde orbit, it rotates in a retrograde manner. This creates a direct clash with the
Earth when the distance between them closes so their magnetic fields engage, ultimately slowing the Earth's rotation to a stop during the passage.
Sling orbit, retrograde orbit and rotation, and the magnetic alignment of Planet X are involved in how the passage of Planet X affects the Earth. While slinging past the Sun in a retrograde orbit and rotating retrograde, Planet X is also aligning with the Sun's magnetic field lines as passing so very close to the Sun, it is forced into this alignment. So what does this mean for the hapless Earth, stuck in the heavy traffic lane and unable to get out because of particle flows on all sides forcing her back into the middle of the eddy flow? She is aligned magnetically with the Sun, cannot leave her orbit because of her balance with flows into and out from the Sun, what we have called orbit lock. The Earth has a twisting monster approaching, about to make a passage over her head on its way out of the solar system. Since the Earth cannot leave her orbit, because of all the forces that keep her there, she cannot escape the point where Planet X will cross the Earth's orbit. She stands, like deer in the heavy traffic lane, horrified but unable to move, frozen in the headlights.
Because Planet X is moving in a retrograde orbit, this means the Earth, trapped in the eddy flow in front of Planet X, will be pushed back in her orbit into the Fall and eventually into the August position prior to the passage. Planet X, meanwhile, is transiting the Ecliptic from South to North so must align with the magnetic flow lines by swinging her North Pole from pointing toward the Sun to pointing it away from the Sun, a situation we have described as the slow 270° roll. This is, rather obviously, what a recent Silbury Hill crop circle was relaying. Where are we on this roll, which starts with a 180° turn pointing the North Pole outward toward the Earth rather than inward toward the Sun? Not far along, just starting, but this is no indication of the pace, as this is not a steady pace. At some point, the impetus is stronger, pushing the North Pole outwards quickly, as magnets are know to move quickly when the threshold of pressure in the magnetic field changes. One can see what the circle makers are trying to relay by comparing to Coventry, laid down a year earlier, where Planet X had not yet moved in front of the Sun, from the Earth's vantage point. In Silbury, Planet X is positioned centrally, but is still just slightly below the Ecliptic, and of course, has moved closer to Earth as the relative size shows. This is the progress a year has brought.
What are the signs, from Earth, that this 270° roll is progressing? Since the tail of Planet X, composed of magnetized iron oxide dust, hoses away from the North Pole of Planet X, this would start to turn toward Earth, increasing the red dust in the atmosphere and blowing the Moon Swirls and visible Moons either to the side or closer to Earth. Wafting toward Earth to be closer at hand, they will become increasingly visible as they will be larger. Or wafting to the side, they will be outlined against the backdrop of the Sun. Is this already happening, as the roll is proceeding? Previously, the tail was pointing directly toward the Sun, so that the Moon swirls, as the more dense part of the tail, would be lost against any view looking toward the Sun. Moon swirls blown toward the side as the roll progresses would still be close to the immense gravity pull of Planet X, but would also, on occasion, be seen outside the Sun, outlined against the gaseous plumes from the Sun, for the discerning viewer. These visible Moons, the larger among the entourage of Planet X, will be explained away as asteroids or something on a lens, but their incidence will be increasing.
- Signs of the Times #1483
- I have no astronomy background so I am not sure what I am looking at when I see the very dark, round object at the 3 o'clock position of the sun on the SOHO EIT 304 latest image for 01:19 on 7/18/2005. I don't believe it is an artifact in the photo. When viewing the enlarged version, the spot is quite pronounced. [and from another source] Using expert techniques used by NASA scientists I can finally say for definite that it isn´t an artifact! Using Photoshop and its numerous filters I have ascertained that the following is true: 1. The object is in front of the sun 2. Other stationary artifacts that can be seen in numerous previous pictures do not show up in colour and saturation analysis. 3. The object appears to have some form of lower extension. Below you will find a link to the analysis. Colour legend (variants of colour define extremes in stronger emphasis) : Cyan - Closer to us such as minor ejections and anomalies ... no artifacts are present apart from the object. Green - Sun level Red/orange/yellow - Activity from minor and major sunspots [and from another source] I've heard that if the Sun is as large as an orange, the Earth is as large as a peppercorn. So this would make this object much smaller than Earth, more moon sized. Since the object is not reflecting light, it is standing in front of the Sun. How close is it? Size is relative to distance.