posted on Nov, 22 2010 @ 02:15 PM
As a 4 year old kid I looked up into the sky and saw what I thought was the moon, except it took up most of the horizon. On this enormous
planet-sized "moon" I saw large craters and wispy networks of dark clouds scattered across its ochre-colored surface. I remember asking my dad,
later, why the moon had been so big. He took me outside and sure enough, there was our familiar "tiny" moon in the sky. I described to him what
I'd seen, and he only shook his head. I didn't know it at the time, but I think I had a vision of a planet that had been that close to Earth at
some point in the past, or perhaps it was a premonition of what is to come.
I'm not making it up, and it's been so long, but I know it was not a dream, for my dad remembers me asking him about it, and describing what I'd
seen. I was four, with no knowledge of Planet X, Nibiru, Wormwood, etc. My dad never spoke of such things. In fact, only in the last 10 or 12 years
have I heard the theories about planets coming back into the inner solar system from afar, and that was because of Coast to Coast AM. I remember that
enormous "planet/moon" rising, as only the top third of it was visible, and that portion took up most of the horizon.
Then again, perhaps it was nothing more than an overactive imagination and some weird cloud formations backlit by a fading sunset. I doubt that, but
that's the only other explanation I can come up with, aside from having a vision or something along those lines.
Anyway, this thread is very good. Starred and flagged. While a planet (or planets) coming into the inner solar system wreaking havoc is great for a
novel and Hollywood movie... I'd rather it not really happen. However, if this were to happen, and if it were known for quite some time, I'm
certain the government wouldn't tell us until just beforehand, as they would not be able to handle the anarchy that would surely result. In fact, it
is very *RESPONSIBLE* of them NOT to tell us. Like parents not worrying their children about adult things such as bills and criminals. If they had
told us back in the 1930s or 40s (if it's been known that long) --or whenever--, do you think we'd have the world we have today? Likely not.
Michael Cremo's book, "Forbidden Archaeology" (get the SHORT VERSION, not the university-level research book), lays out many anomalous discoveries
that contradict the current threory (which, BTW is passed off as *law*) which says we were hunter-gatherers who suddenly developed agriculture and
soon built the pyramids. His evidence presents a different story, where humans have been around for millions (if not hundreds of millions) of years.
Whenever these discoveries are made, they are dismissed, ridiculed and distorted. Scientists who have the gumption to conduct research into these
findings lose their grants, their positions, their reputations. There is a LOCK on modern science.
Graham Hancock's ("Heaven's Mirror" et al) theory also suggests humans have been around far longer than conventional theory states. One piece of
evidence that supports that the Sphinx is older than stated by Egyptologists is that is shows evidence of WATER EROSION --from regular rain, from a
time before the region was a desert. There is more evidence, but suffice it to say that Hancock's work sufficiently proves that mankind has been
around longer than the conventional story that mainstream scientists refuse to acknowledge.
The work of Zecharia Sitchin, who recently passed away, is PHENOMENAL. His translated ancient texts are astounding. And they speak of such things as
a planet on a far-out elliptical orbit returning every few thousand years, wreaking havoc on Earth and humanity.
When civilizations fall, very little traces are left. Most everything, save STONE, is eroded, disintigrated, and vanishes over the thousands and
hundreds of thousands of years. Many civilizations could have risen and fallen, and all that is left are "anomalous" stone structures like the
pyramids, stonehenge, etc. What would WE leave behind?
Our civilization would leave the Crazy Horse Monument behind. We'd leave Mt. Rushmore. We'd leave BIG STONE CARVINGS behind. And, who knows,
maybe the ancients left MORE behind, but those sites were covered by sand, swallowed by earthquakes or struck by comets. We only have the ones we
know of, that we take for granted.
Just some thoughts.