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Old 07-26-2009, 05:24 AM   #4
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Exclamation Re: Anomaly Found Near Pluto


Our Sun is one of two in a BINARY STAR SYSTEM. The evidence is incontrovertibly examined in these two of several books: ...

First Book = Lost Star of Myth and Time by Walter Cruttenden

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The myth and folklore of ancestral peoples around the world hints at a vast cycle of time, with alternating Dark and Golden Ages. Plato called it the Great Year. Long believed to be a fairytale, there is now new astronomical evidence to show it has a basis in fact. Moreover, because it is caused by the acceleration of our Sun around another star, we learn that the Earth should soon be carried into a region of space that will have a beneficial affect on our atmosphere, nudging mankind into a higher age of consciousness.

Lost Star of Myth and Time weaves together some of the latest archaeological evidence with cutting-edge astronomy to reveal a history of the world that finally fits with myth, folklore and the archaeological record. While this book explores some of the most interesting aspects of a once advanced civilization that covered the Earth, it is really about what happens to the Earth and consciousness as our solar system moves through space in the mysterious motion known as the "precession of the equinox". This astronomical phenomenon has since Newton been attributed to local gravitational forces wobbling the Earth s axis. Lost Star now shows us in no uncertain terms that the Earth s axis does not change orientation relative to objects inside the solar system at the same rate that it changes orientation to objects outside the solar system, meaning precession must be due to our Sun's binary motion around another star.

Chapter by chapter it becomes clear that ancient cultures knew of precession, used it as the clock of the ages, understood it to be due to the solar system s motion through space, and realized this subjects the Earth to a cycle of waxing and waning stellar influences. It is these forces that affect our magnetosphere, ionosphere and indirectly create the larger seasons of the Great Year. As you will see this not only gives cause for a major rethink of human history and potential, but indicates we are approaching a tipping point in the awakening of consciousness.

Second book = The Dark Star by Andy Lloyd

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Author, Andy Lloyd, demonstrates in his book, The Dark Star, that a planet beyond Pluto need not be cold and lifeless! He says that astronomers know this. This is not controversial for them. They understand what brown dwarfs are, and they realize that they provide enough heat and light to provide habitable environments on planets orbiting these failed stars. Lloyd says that one might well be circling the sun, in the comet clouds that make up the bulk of the solar system's volume. The book recognizes the difficulties that detecting such a body present however, Lloyd puts forth a convincing argument with 332 pages of research, 41 pictures and graphics, hundreds of scientific references, and a complete index of terms and names. The existence of Planet X!

About the Author
Author, Researcher, Artist, Andy Lloyd received his BSc (Hons) (First Class Honours) in Chemistry from the University of Lancaster (1989) and continued Post-Graduate Studies at University of California, San Diego.

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`Dark Star' presents Lloyd's outstanding research on the subject of Planet X. It is the definitive book on the subject: well researched and clearly written. Lloyd explores the history of the Planet X subject, which extends back about 100 years. His research into the topic seems to have been motivated by a desire to understand Zecharia Sitchin's Nibiru. He argues for a Dark Star scenario to explain how living beings could live in the outer solar system.

Lloyd then presents the scientific anomalies in the outer solar system, of which there are many, and how they point to the existence of a missing massive planet. Mixed into this are various media and interview quotes from academic astronomers who favour the existence of a missing planet beyond Pluto. Finally, Lloyd explores the effect of this sub-brown dwarf on the other planets, and on the Sun. His chapter on catastrophes associated with this Dark Star is particularly strong, and original.

This book is not for the faint-hearted. The ideas in it are challenging, and the science is sometimes difficult, but ultimately the book is highly rewarding.

People, THIS IS HARD SCIENCE, NOT SPECULATION. Whatever it's called (Planet X, Nibaru, Wormwood, The Wanderer, etc.), it's NOW on a RETURN in it's ORBIT to close on our Solar System of planets. It's direction, coming towards us from Sagittarius, makes it especially hard to see against the background of the Core of the Galaxy.

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