OUTER SPACE (INTELLIHUB) — It’s now commonly known amongst top-astronomers and people-in-the-know that another massive planetary body or even a Brown Dwarf Star may be lurking in the outer regions of our Solar System, possibly building its momentum for another eventual, close, grand, pass which people such as Zecharia Sitchin and others have already reported. In fact it’s possible that such a planetoid has already swept-by Earth may times throughout its history, literally wreaking-havoc when it does. And if you think about it documented events such as the Biblical Great Flood or the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D. could be explained by the close passing of such an object. Moreover some passes would likely even be closer than others which would create a deviance in collateral damage on the objects approach and exit, to and from Earth with each cycle. And according to Sitchin, the top Planet X researcher to ever live, such a body already exists and has already been documented in ancient history as a planet, or “Brown Dwarf Star”, named “Nibiru”.
So why is all of this important?
Newly discovered object, planetoid, moves in conjunction with other large bodies
Most recently two astronomers, Chadwick A. Trujillo and Scott S. Sheppard, observed a “Sedna-like object”, a world, named 2012 VP113 (Biden) to be lurking inside the inner Oort Cloud. But more importantly when “describing this new world”, shockingly, “the astronomers noted that a number of large, very remote objects share a similar orbital angle”, as reported the Washington Post in a Sept. 3 article.
This orbit diagram shows the paths of Oort cloud objects 2012 VP113 (red) and Sedna (orange), which circle the Kuiper belt (blue) at the Solar System’s edge. — Image Source: Scott S. Sheppard/Carnegie Institution for Science
An email, featured in the article, sent by Sheppard to the Washington Post reads in part:
A massive object or great disturber would perturb or disturb anything that came close to it. So objects that stay away from the great disturber would be the most stable objects. Thus the great disturber can “shepherd” objects into similar types of orbits with similar arguments of perihelion which are the orbits which constantly keep the smaller objects away from the bigger object. This is seen in the Near Earth asteroids, where there is a preference for Near Earth Asteroids to have certain orbital angles to keep them away from close encounters with the Earth.
As of yet 2012 VP113’s highly elliptical orbit may or may not coincide with Sitchin’s earlier findings and needs to be investigated further by experts. However such a discovery, noted in the whitepaper, may lead to additional information or further close-approach data.
Dwarf planet stretches Solar System’s edge — Nature.com