The Planet X system can be considered a mini-constellation consisting of our sun’s twin, classified a brown dwarf star called Nemesis. This dark star is largely invisible even with infrared due to its surrounding red iron oxide dust clouds.
Nemesis possesses at least three planets that revolve around it, Nibiru and Helion both with moons, and Arboda.
Though Nibiru travels along an elliptical shaped orbit and enters our solar system approximately every 3600 years, one by one crossing the orbits of our solar system planets, it does not revolve around our sun.
Planet X was originally the search for a massive planet beyond the orbit of Neptune, in the pre-Pluto era (some might say that we are now living in a “post-Pluto era” after the dwarf planet’s demotion… just a thought).
Planet X is in fact the exciting astronomical journey the world took in the early 20th Century, culminating in the discovery of Pluto. However, it quickly became apparent that Pluto was tiny; it wasn’t the Planet X we were looking for.
For the last 80 years, astronomers have been looking for a large planet that might go to some way of explaining interplanetary features such as the “Kuiper Cliff”, but Planet X haS NOW POSSIBLY BEEN FOUND.
Probably one of the most ‘high-strangeness’ shows ever. In the course of discussing his new book, the Lovecraft Code, Peter Levenda reveals one of the strangest and most chilling facts ever heard on this radio program.
Was there a date in 1907 that marked the beginning of the world of carnage in which we now live? Was something conjured then—released into our world by means of ritual magic—and did horror writer H.P. Lovecraft somehow pick up on it?
His entire body of work consists of stories about the “old ones,” a race that existed when the laws of physics and reality were different, long before mankind appeared.