posted on Nov, 9 2008 @ 03:47 PM
I think the problem is a disconnect between the ancient sky and the modern sky.
For the plethora of ancient materials that have been interpreted to indicate a 10th body in the solar system, it would seem ignoring this hypothesis
is a greater crime than insisting that the Planet X hype has validity.
I submit that Planet X may have been real but no longer exists. The accounts you are reading describe a sky that is no longer what we may view
with our own eyes. If you accept that Planet X no longer exists, the sometimes dichotomous facts suddenly rectify themselves.
The asteroid belt, comets (Oort cloud has NEVER been proven), legends of "Phaeton" and "Nibiru", the Deluge, Marduk/Tiamat, Pictish relics...
Why isn't Nibiru recorded in any astrological metods? A planet with a ~3,600 year orbit would be of incredible value to ancient astrologers, however
it is not mentioned. Because at the time when the astrologies were conceived the planetoid had already been destroyed. There aren't even records of
"precursor" astrologies that include a "Nibiru".
All that exist are stories that had obtained the status "legend" and "fable" 10,000 years ago, much less in anything considered "modern"
I find it far more likely that in the 1,000,000 years that homo sapien sapien has been on the Earth that more has gone on in our history than we can
find stone tablets to account for.
The question of "Where is Nibiru?" is not nearly as interesting a question as "Where are the other 990,000 years of human history?" If you look
into the facts, it seems the answers may well be one in the same.