reply to post by Occy Anonymous
I don't have time to hunt down all the references, especially those I ran across way too many years ago, but my interest started with Immanuel
Velikovsky the Venus was a comet, guy. en.wikipedia.org...
It was chasing his stuff down that I came across another site (Morgana's) and Stichen. His theory sounds tons better than Velikovsky's to be honest.
However, a planet in and of itself cannot sustain that kinda travel, but a star can.
The Mythos goes: They came to mine gold because their atmosphere needed it due to a weak sun.
Brown dwarf stars are huge weak suns. Hence, Dark Star (nemesis) plus satellites (Nibiru and others) come into play very well.
Not so fast, before you hit the BS button, check this out!
binary star systems are the norm!
Sirius is one and this fact was pointed out by the Dogon Tribe of Africa back in the 20's. At that time, Sirius was just one very bright star to the
rest of the world. Now, the Dogon never went to College so they didn't have receipts (degrees) that none of you would accept either, but low and
behold what Science called themselves discovering?
In the 1920's it was determined that Sirius B, the companion of Sirius, was a white dwarf star. White dwarfs are small, dense stars that burn dimly.
The pull of its gravity causes Sirius' wavy movement. Sirius B is smaller than planet Earth.
It was suspected around 1862 but confirmed in the 1920's that the invisible companion was a white dwarf star.
Oh, and it may well be that Sirius has a 'c' as well ( www.sirianrevelations.net...
So before you say impossible, check the records!