reply to post by computerwiz32
Mankind has been around for a very long time. Ancient texts dating back 6000 years, is just the icing on the cake. There are cave paintings in
Australia, North America, Europe & Asia that pre-date all other texts.
Yes many of these also describe visitations of possible extra terrestrials.
But they also have shown us something else.
Nirubu is supposed to come round every 3000 years or so. So what isn't there a whole lotta cave paintings & texts that depict massive destruction
across the world at these intervals?
Even if this planet (mini-system), dose exist, it's passing through our system is nothing major. A few earth quakes maybe and a few volcanic
eruptions, likely, but in a nutshell, if there were a major pole shift every 3000 years, there would be so much evidence of this all over the planet,
we would have realized it long before now.
If this thing destroys every civilization over & over every 3000 years, mankind would be forever re-building & starting from scratch. There is no
record of this phenomenon in our history.
The Aboriginals in Australia would certainly have recorded great upheaval on their cave walls, though there has never been such paintings found. Some
Cave paintings even date to around the same time as the great flood was supposed to happen, yet in these cave paintings, everything is fine &
I'm not saying that Planet-X doesn’t exist categorically, but, I am saying it's path of destruction is greatly over stated. Should this thing pass
us by again in 4 years, I don't really think it will be that big of a deal.
A few tidal waves, earth quakes & volcanoes maybe, but as a whole, humankind will simply go on as usual in most parts of the world.
And even if it dose cause the Earth to tip over every time it passes, there are still no records of this happening on a regular basis, so the effects
might not be as bad as some scientists have suggested. if the Older ppls of this planet have not bothered to record this every 300 years, then that
means that many of them didn't even feel the effects.
And as for the theory that Planet-X is going to rip Earth apart...
Well if this thing passes us by every 3000 years, then it has happened to us atleast 10,000 times since the dawn of mankind & at least 10,000,000
times since the dawn of the Earth.
Good Ol' Mother Earth has survived over 10,000,000 passings of this body in the past, so why would our planet suddenly rip apart just like that, on
But hey you know what...
Just to be on the safe side..., During the years 2010 - 2012, I'll be living at 1400ft, 100km inland...lol
Any Tidal Wave over 2km high would dissipate to around 500ft, by the time it has broken on the coast & moved that far inland....lol
[edit on 10/26/2008 by Ironclad]