ZetaTalk 8/15/1995: The Earth, Sun, and 12th Planet will thus Form a Triangle in the Earth's orbital plane with a 23° angle at the Earth, an 18° angle at the Sun, and a 139° angle at the 12th Planet. It is at this point, essentially, that the 12th Planet is closest to the Earth, as with the angle of entry into the Earth's orbital plane being 32° at this point, the 12th Planet essentially dives up through the Earth's orbital plane and quickly passes on.

ZetaTalk 8/15/1995: The Earth's orbit forms a plane. The Moon's orbit forms a plane that bisects the Earth's orbit in a fixed place twice a year. Planet X's orbit, coming and going, forms a plane that also bisects the Earth's orbital plane. Planet X's orbital plane can be calculated if points are taken on the other two planes and used as a reference. The Earth's distance from the Sun is known. Take the placement of the Earth at the two points where the Moon's orbital plane lines up. Use these two points as two of three points in a triangle. The third point in an equilateral triangle will be on the plane of the 12th Planet's orbit.

ZetaTalk 6/25/2004: Planet X does more than one 270° roll, as the fastest way to align itself again with magnetic flow lines after piercing the Ecliptic, as implied in Eastfield, the second roll culminating in the passage where the visible presence of Planet X increases enormously during the week of rotation stoppage. The timeline implies a position of Planet X prior to the passage that include angles of 45° on either side and a 180° reversal in between.

ZetaTalk 2/5/2005: Currently, Planet X is not quite at the mid-point between the Earth and the Sun, very close to the Ecliptic or the Sun’s middle, and consequently you cannot see it because it’s like a dull fuzz ball in front of the Sun and reflects back the light that hits the dust cloud so intensely that it’s a terrific glare. If you were on the Sun’s side, looking at it, you’d be blinded, but if you’re on the Earth side, looking at it, it looks like a gray fuzz ball. So that’s where it is, and it has progressed from being below the Ecliptic in December of 2003 and down near the Sun’s South Pole, to rising up to the Ecliptic, from the right to the left as we have described in its retrograde orbit.

ZetaTalk 4/21/2006: The N Pole is not yet pointing to the right. It's no longer pointing toward the Sun's S Pole and is certainly not yet pointing toward us. We would state about 28°.

ZetaTalk 9/23/2006: Since the tail blows out from the N Pole, the degree of turn in the 270° roll can be determined, and appears about 80°.

ZetaTalk 10/21/2006: Planet X is closer to a 90° turn, pointing not at the Sun or the Earth but sideways.

ZetaTalk 2/3/2007: We reported recently that Planet X was at the 135° point, and it has not progressed past a degree or two beyond that. This is not a lineal process, as is it also lifting up to encounter the Ecliptic backwash, and fights at times in a virtual plateau.

ZetaTalk 7/7/2007: The Eastfield crop circle implies that Planet X draws near, then retreats, then draws near again during a severe wobble. Then draws the Earth close during the rotation stoppage

ZetaTalk 2/2/2008: As it pierces the ecliptic, Planet X is upright, having completed its first 270° roll, but quickly gyrates to position along the Sun's magnetic flow lines above the ecliptic. It suddenly does a second 270° roll, at first trying to stand virtually upside down in alignment with the magnetic flow lines, which results in a 90° turn of the N Pole toward the Sun. But because Planet X is at this time rapidly shooting out of the solar system at an upward angle, it then rolls sideways 180° to point its N Pole outward into space. It is these gyrations which cause the pole shift in Earth, as the N Pole of Planet X picks up the S Pole of Earth and pulls it upward as it passes.

ZetaTalk 8/9/2008: The pole shift happens when Planet X is free to leave the solar system, having at last crossed over the ecliptic. Planet X has up until this point been fighting the backwash of particles returning to the Sun at the ecliptic. Once into the realm of the magnetic field on the northern side of the ecliptic, Planet X rapidly aligns with these magnetic field lines with another 270°, this one rapid, and zooms out of the solar system. It is the second 270° roll that in fact causes the pole shift. We have not detailed this, other than to mention a dual 270° roll.

ZetaTalk 1/21/2009: We have nothing new to add to our prior statements. Planet X is outbound from the Sun, moving in the direction of Earth which is trapped in front of it. We stated sometime past that by the time of the pole shift that Earth would be pushed back in her orbit to the August position. It has not left the September position.

ZetaTalk 3/21/2009: The week when the Earth has stopped rotation and is drawn closer to Planet X is a time when both the Earth and Planet X are standing upright, N Poles pointing up, S Poles pointing down. This is the point where Planet X is piercing the Ecliptic. The pole shift is caused because once past that point, Planet X points its N Pole outward during its second 270° roll, and it is that point when the hour of the shift occurs for the Earth. Planet X then seems to almost disappear, leaving the vicinity rapidly.

ZetaTalk 1/27/2010: We have stated that under normal circumstances for Planet X and its entourage, the large Moons in the swirls are no further from Planet X than 5 million miles. Thus, at the moment of passage when the Earth is pulled toward Planet X so as to be as close as 14 million miles, these moons will not be a danger to Earth.

ZetaTalk 3/29/2010: The near presence during the last weeks, when the Earth is in such a magnetic grip that rotation slows to a stop and the Earth is drawn closer to Planet X by almost 30 million miles, does more than present a show to those on Earth watching in fascination and horror.

ZetaTalk 4/10/2010: The Dark Twin has pushed back, slightly away from the Sun, to avoid crowding the Earth, in the same manner that the Earth has pushed back in her orbit to avoid the approaching Planet X. The Dark Twin has pushed back outside their shared orbit, so the opportunities for reflected sunlight to reach the Earth have increased.

ZetaTalk 6/8/2010: Planet X deals with the press of magnetons coming from the Sun's N Pole by flipping 180° degrees, pointing its S Pole upward, as the S Pole of magnets is an intake. At this point it is starting to float over the head of the hapless Earth. As it puts distance between itself and the Sun, the Sun's magnetic field has less dominance, and Planet X wants to return to a side-by-side arrangement with the Sun. It begins this by bringing its N Pole sharply upward during a process that only progresses 90° degrees before Planet X is traveling so rapidly out of the solar system that its alignment with the Sun is no longer relevant.

ZetaTalk 7/3/2010: We gave a statement on how close the Earth and Planet X would come to each other at the point of passage -14 million miles. We have also stated that the Earth is drawn in toward Planet X during the week of rotation stoppage, by some 30 million miles. But we did not state that the Earth was drawn 30 million miles closer to the Sun. It is clear that the Earth will have pulled as far to the left as possible, to escape the magnetic hosing coming from the N Pole of Planet X which is otherwise pointed toward the Earth. This hosing is what drives the Earth to flop on its side, lean to the left, and swing away into 3 days of darkness prior to rotation stoppage. Today, Planet X is within the orbit of Venus.

ZetaTalk 8/14/2010: What starts the process of the last weeks, with all their extreme gyrations, is a threshold being crossed.  Venus escapes the cup. The Dark Twin escapes the cup. And the dance of many becomes a deadlock grip by Planet X on the Earth. It is no longer an issue of the Earth wobble or temporary leans to the left or into opposition sufficing.  When Venus and the Dark Twin escape from the cup, the particle crowding is suddenly eased, allowing Planet X to come forward toward the Earth. The Earth's first evasion is to tilt her N Pole away from the oncoming Planet X to such a degree, and so violently, that she leans all the way over to the left and then rebounds as a reaction all the way to the right. This is the severe wobble.

ZetaTalk 9/4/2010: We have referred to the Point of Passage as equivalent to the point where Planet X pierces the Ecliptic, as in the early days of ZetaTalk this was understood to be the point where the pole shift is about to happen. In later detail, the last weeks, encompassing approximately 7 weeks in all, is shown to fall somewhat to either side of the point where Planet X is exactly at the Ecliptic. In that we were speaking in general terms early in the ZetaTalk saga, and have lately been far more explicit. As rotation is slowing on Earth, Planet X begins its second 270° roll. At first, this starts slowly, with Planet X rising above the Ecliptic, moving into the realm of the Sun's magnetic field above the Ecliptic. It moves rapidly, while beginning its second 270° roll, closing the distance between the Earth and itself while at the same time rising above the Ecliptic.

ZetaTalk 6/6/2012: Planet X first crossed Earth’s orbit in December, 2003 when the Earth encountered Planet X, halted her orbit due to this massive presence, and has subsequently been pushed back in her orbit by the retrograde motion of Planet X to what would normally be Earth’s August position.

ZetaTalk 12/1/2012: We will not detail the drama that will take place between the present and the Last Weeks, when the deadlock will suddenly be broken. At that time, Venus and the Dark Twin escape from the cup, allowing the final gyrations between Planet X and the Earth to begin. We have stated that Planet X will draw the Earth some 30 million miles closer to it in the Last Weeks, though this will be primarily a sideways motion, not toward the Sun.  Earth at this point is pressed as far to the left as possible, pressed into the Lean to the Left and the Severe Wobble. This does not place the Earth in danger of contact with Planet X or its Moon Swirls, as it still remains some 14 million miles from Planet X and the moons in the Moon Swirls remain no further than 5 million miles from Planet X.

ZetaTalk 12/15/2012: Planet X undergoes its second 270° roll prior to the Last Weeks, as when it pierces the Ecliptic it is forced to throw its S Pole upward, going into opposition along the Sun's magnetic flow lines above the Ecliptic. When Planet X itself goes into opposition, it is snapped back closer to the Sun, as it is now not resisting the N Pole of the Sun, and can tolerate the stronger flow of magnetons in the field closer to the Sun. Magnetic fields both push away and draw bodies closer, so this should not be an astonishing fact. The sequence of events is thus:

1. Planet X continues in its straight line path, creating a more violent wobble in the Earth and appearing more visible in the skies, also squeezing Venus toward the Earth to loom large, as Planet X will be coming outside the orbit of Venus at that time and press the Earth far to the left of the August location.
2. Planet X is close enough to the Ecliptic that it suddenly flips into opposition, pointing its N Pole to the South and its S Pole upward, drawn closer in toward the Sun. Here it is in position to form the ZetaTalk Triangle, though the Earth has not yet been drawn toward Planet X.
3. During the jump in toward the Sun for the second 270° roll, Planet X has given the crowded planets around Earth a chance to escape. The Dark Twin, which has fallen behind the Earth, moves forward in their shared orbit. Venus is almost thrown forward in her orbit by the Repulsion Force, having been pushed too close to the Earth during the squeeze.
4. The Earth now has fewer barriers between herself and Planet X, and is drawn closer by magnetic attraction. She travels 30 million miles closer to the Earth. Rotation slowing to a stop occurs.
5. Planet X continues its outbound path, and finding the distance from the Sun allowing it to begin to form a side-by-side alignment again, starts to pull its N Pole up and this is the process that causes the Pole Shift for Earth, grabbing the S Pole of Earth and jerking it upwards by 90°.