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Planet X: the PASSAGE Path (Again)

Per the ancients, Planet X has a retrograde orbit during passage.

    Thus, during 1995 through 1998, [Planet X] will drift
    left and up toward the elliptic, aligning itself in the same
    manner as the planets to the Sun's sweeping arm, but due to
    its mobility out in space, its distance from the Sun, it develops
    a retrograde orbit and begins to move to the right, in the
    manner the ancients recorded.
         ZetaTalk™: in Retrograde Orbit

The Zetas have given specifics on the exact Point of Passage.

    When one is looking toward Orion, at this time, from 
    above the Earth's orbital plane, the perspective human 
    astronomers prefer, the Sun will be to the right. The 
    Earth, Sun, and [Planet X] will thus form a triangle in 
    the Earth's orbital plane with a 23 degree angle at the 
    Earth, an 18 degree angle at the Sun, and a 139 degree 
    angle at [Planet X]. It is at this point, essentially, that 
    [Planet X] is closest to the Earth, as with the angle of 
    entry into the Earth's orbital plane being 32 degrees at 
    this point, [Planet X] essentially dives up through the 
    Earth's orbital plane and quickly passes on.
        ZetaTalk™: Entry Angle

And specifics on just when a rapid drop to a 32 degree angle below the
Ecliptic can be expected.

    When [Planet X] is passing your Sun it is moving
    rapidly, the time spent within your outer planet Saturn's
    orbit a mere 3 months. ... [Planet X] pulls
    down and away from your Sun only at the last minute.
    This is reflected in time as the last 9.7 weeks or 68 days.
    This is reflected in distance as 1.2598 times the orbital
    diameter of Pluto, or two and one-half times the distance
    from your Sun to this farthest known planet which you
    call Pluto.
         ZetaTalk™: Entry Angle