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2012 And The Return Of Planet X

By Jason Martell_

The only civilization to use 2012 as a reference for particular predictions were the Mayans with their long count calendar. Most people out there do not realize that they had several calendars, and this was just one of them. The long count calendar had predictions about the future and ends in the year 2012, but their predictions have not always panned out.

The Mayans were exceptional at Astronomy, but they did not see the future with their own eyes. They predicted that their God would return in one of the Bactoons from their long count calendar. Instead on that date, the Conquistadors showed up, tried to convert them to Christianity and burned almost everything they had, including their calendars.

Besides the Mayans predicting an end of times in the year 2012, there is no reference astronomical or Sumerian that says Planet X is near or will be in the near future. The non-professional astronomy community has always been good at finding objects around Earth even before the big expensive professional telescopes do. Thus far, no one has seen anything coming close of that size.

If a planet 4-8 times the size of earth comes anywhere near us, trust me, we’ll be able to find it. How might we see evidence for this planet being in our solar system?

Dr. Robert Harrington in the 1990′s was the main astronomer for the Naval Observatory in Washington and he suggested including a large planet into our solar system model. He also explained back then many of the anomalies we see like Uranus’ tilt on its side. Also how Pluto and Neptune could be moons of Saturn.

Dr. Harrington plotted an orbit of a planet with a very elliptical orbit coming out of the southern hemisphere towards the inner part of the solar system. His model very closely matched the description by the Sumerians of Nibiru being 4-8 times the size of earth and depicted as having a very elongated orbit. Dr. Harrington also noted that based upon orbital perturbations in the outer planets, there should be another large planet out there.

This simply means that all the planets are being pulled in one direction by some force that would suggest there should be some large body as the cause. In more recent times, the search for a planet x can now be placed under a larger astronomical interest in looking for extra-solar planets. (Planets that are not a part of our solar system). In this process we have also created many new classifications about stars and planets we are imaging deep in space.

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Martell_, Jason "2012 And The Return Of Planet X." 2012 And The Return Of Planet X. 6 Jul. 2010. 17 Sep 2014 <>.

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