Planet X: Distance, Speed, thus SIZE
The Zetas have stated that Planet X starts its approach from a dither
between its two foci some 9 Sun-Pluto distances away, picking up speed
at an exponential rate. Robert has computed the distances.
[Planet X] is circling on a long elliptical orbit around
the sun and its dead companion which lies at a distance
some 18.724 times the length from the sun to Pluto. ...
when the passage is due in 2003, there is an exponential
increase in speed during the last years ...
ZetaTalk: in Distance
Weeks Px Dist in Dist in
to go Date S-P Unit B. mls.
52 5/7/02 7.593147 27.904
39 8/7/02 6.68259 24.558
26 11/7/02 5.2965 19.464
13 2/7/03 3.1865 11.71
9.7 3/2/03 2.494 9.1665
5 4/2/03 1.37176 5.0412
3 4/16/03 0.83987 3.0865
2 4/23/03 0.5607 2.060
1 4/30/03 0.33093 1.216
Table of Distances, by Robert
Based on this information, the speed of Planet X at any given point can
be computed. Jim has computed the speed. Note that where its speed, per
the Zetas, is several times slower than the speed of light, it is
considered improbably by human astrophysics, as is its odd orbit.
We have stated that the planet increases speed
exponentially, on approach. ... it also has points
where it slows. Thus, taking off from the mid-point,
the dither point, is faster than the human chart
anticipates. The approach, to the edge of the solar
system, is thus faster than expected. ... Thus, the
brakes come on about 7 weeks ahead of the shift,
when it enters the outer solar system edges.
ZetaTalk: Fall 2002
The speed of Planet X is suffient to move it from
one side of Saturn's orbit to the other in 3 short months.
ZetaTalk: Slowing Influences
The Zetas have said Planet X will transverse
from one side of Saturn's orbit to the other
in 3 short months. 818,342 mph!
Planet X is 4 times the size of Earth, in diameter, but is also
surrounded by a dust cloud and is trailed by a swirl of moons. The Zetas
have stated that at passage, Planet X and its complement of dust swirl
and moons will appear in the sky to be about as large as our Moon. Based
on this information, the apparent size of the Planet X complex at any
given point can be computed. Jim has computed the size.
Thus, the moons of Planet X, remain in a dance behind
Planet X... This swirl, unique to man in any comets
or planets it observes, is what caused the ancients
to call the passing monster, red in the sky because
of its illuminated red dust cloud, a dragon,
lashing its tail, the swirl of moons.
ZetaTalk: Swirling Moons
To those viewing the passage, the passing planet
seems to be a red cross, not larger than the Moon,
and drifting slowly.
ZetaTalk: Hour of the Shift
Assuming the viewable swirl of red dust and moon
being 4 times the Planet X body size, the swirl
would be, on Sep 15, 2002:
3% the size of Jupiter
33% the size of Uranus
15 times the size of Pluto
Computed Size, by Jim