(Before It's News)
It is to be expected. It is debris pushed into our path by the charge field of Planet X.
They are “newly discovered” because they haven’t been in our path, before.
That’s interesting because it is still too far away to see with a telescope…wherever it is. How far away can it be and still have this affect?
(1) It is not too far away to see. We have infrared telescopes on Mt. Graham and at the South Pole, to observe it. (Since 1993, and improved since then) We also have instruments in space to observe it.
(2) The size and strength of a planet’s charge field, obviously, depends. The charge of the Sun, and that of Jupiter, affect the entire solar system, at least as far as Neptune. (This happens to be the ONLY explanation for the pattern known as Bode’s law)
The direct EFFECT of Planet X occurs at interplanetary distances. We know that, because we have geological evidence, and history, of many shifts in the Earth’s tilt. Close encounters would be rare and unlikely. Pole shifts are not rare.
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