18.06.2006 - 11:37
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United States Naval Observatory Calculations
Recent calculations by the United States Naval Observatory has confirmed the orbital perturbation exhibited by Uranus and Neptune, which Dr. Thomas C. Van Flandern, an astronomer at the observatory, says could only be explained by "a single planet." He and a colleague, Dr. Richard Harrington, calculated that the 10th planet to be two to five times larger than Earth, and it has a highly elliptical orbit that takes it some 5 billion miles beyond that of Pluto.
In January, 1981, several daily newspapers stated that Pluto's orbit indicates that Planet X exists. The report stated that an astronomer from the U.S. Naval Observatory told a meeting of the American Astronomical Society, that irregularity in the orbit of Pluto indicates that the solar system contains a 10th planet. He also noted that this came to no surprise to Zecharia Sitchin, whose book came out three years prior.
I've corresponded with one who has spoken with Sitchin in a private group. Sitchin knows that X is very close, but because of his position in the scientific community -- well, you figure it out! I'm glad I don't have a Ph.D in front of my last name or hold weight in the scientific community. Sitchin needs to concentrate on selling more books. He's too hot to talk about what he knows.
In 1982, NASA themselves officially recognized the existence of Planet X with an announcement, "An object is really there far beyond the outermost planets." Today NASA is not being forthcoming about X.
New York Times June 19, 1982
Something out there beyond the furthest reaches of the known solar system is tugging at Uranus and Neptune. A gravitational force keeps perturbing the two giant planets, causing irregularities in their orbits. The force suggests a presence far away and unseen, a large object, the long-sought Planet X.
There are mathematical irregularities in the orbits of the outer planets. Astronomers are so certain of this planet's existence that they have already named it "Planet X-- the 10th Planet."
Headline News -- Planet X Has Been Sighted!
Chief IRAS Scientist JPL December 31st, 1983
One year later in 1983, the newly launched IRAS (Infrared Astronomical Satellite) quickly found Planet X. This is a summary from the Washington Post from the chief IRAS scientist of JPL in California:
"A heavenly body as large as Jupiter and part of this solar system has been found in the direction of the constellation of Orion by an orbiting telescope."
Now read that again.
The disinformation drain brain crew did their best to try to rewrite history again after thisannouncement was made. The public at large must be kept in the dumb and dumber category is their thinking. They can't handle the truth.
The telescope found it right where it was sent to look. These scientists had known of its existence and location for years, but wanted to confirm it with our own technological eyes. This is a fact I strongly urge you to check out for yourself. There have been attempts to cover up this event and rewrite history.
Headlines from a few other dailies read as follows;
"Mystery Body Found in Space."
"Giant Object Mystifies Astronomers."
"At Solar System's Edge Giant Object is a Mystery."
"When IRAS scientists first saw the mystery body, they calculated that it could be as close as 50 billion miles and moving towards earth."
Tombaugh was given credit for discovering Pluto in 1930, although Lowell spotted it earlier. Christie, of the U.S. Naval Observatory, discovered Charon, Pluto's moon, in 1978. The characteristics of Pluto derivable from the nature of Charon demonstrated that there must still be a large planet undiscovered because Pluto could not be the cause of the residuals, the "wobbles" in the orbital paths of Uranus and Neptune clearly identifiable. The IRAS (Infrared Astronomical Satellite), during '83-'84, produced observations of a tenth planet so robust that one of the astronomers on the project said that "all that remains is to name it" -- from which point the information has become curiously guarded.
In 1992, Harrington and Van Flandern of the Naval Observatory, working with all the information they had at hand, published their findings and opinion that there is indeed, a tenth planet, even calling it an "intruder" planet. Andersen of JPL later publicly expressed his belief that it could possibly be verified any time. The search was narrowed to the southern skies, below the ecliptic.
Harrington invited Sitchin, having read his book and translations of the Enuma Elish, to a meeting at his office. They correlated the current findings with the ancient records. Harrington acknowledged the detail of the ancient records while indicating where the tenth planet is in the solar system.
It is the opinion of this author that, in light of the evidence already obtained through the use of the Pioneer 10, 11, the two Voyager space craft, the Infrared Imaging Satellite (IRAS, `83-84) and the data available to Harrington when consulting with Sitchin, that the search has already been accomplished. In fact, the planet has already been found.
It is interesting that Harrington dispatched an appropriate telescope to Black Birch, New Zealand to get a visual confirmation. The data lead him to expect that it would be below the ecliptic in the southern skies at this point in its orbit. On Harrington's early death, the scope was immediately called back. Hmmm -- as one observer noted, "almost before he was cold."... Robert Harrington used to be the head of the Naval Observatory, and Tom van Flandern worked closely with Harrington at the US Naval Observatory. (The Alien Question: An Expanded Perspective, by Neil Freer)
What obvious message do you think was sent to Stitchin, Van Flandern and anyone else in the know, when Harrington suddenly met with an early death at the same time the scope was being pulled back? Sometimes an early death is meant to accomplish more than just keeping one person quiet.