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ZetaTalk: 12th Planet Moons
Note: written on May 15, 1997. Planet X and the 12th Planet are one and the same.

The 12th Planet has what are called traveling moons, as they often trail behind the planet as it tracks along its long elliptical orbit. These moons are comparable to the Earth’s moon, some even larger, as the mass of the 12th Planet is a gravitational magnet far beyond the pull that the Earth could muster. To some it would seem that moons must always orbit their planet, as the planets in the Earth’s Solar System do so, yet are on the move. The difference is that the 12th Planet travels faster, while traversing the Solar System, at speeds quite outside the sedate speeds the other planets assume. These moons do not leave the 12th Planet during its fast ride through the Solar System, as the 12th Planet due to its mass stays away from the other large planets and thus they at no time have a gravitation draw that is stronger than the continuous influence of the 12th Planet. Where the 12th Planet’s tail will lash the earth, this lashing does not include a chance of collision with the 12th Planet’s moons.

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