posted on Jun, 9 2011 @ 04:50 PM
I'm one of those "on the fence" people when it comes to the existence of our solar system being binary... yes, there's loads of circumstantial
evidence, clues, lore but hard science proof, no there is not at least for the public. I've being looking at this topic for years and lately have had
some gut feelings that yeah something fishy is going on and yes it might really be true. The alignment dates and quakes were a real eye opener. The
fact that Leonid guy supposedly found, from the northern hemisphere New Mexico, this comet coming from the south before it reached the ecliptic that
seemed weird. Also with a small telescope.
I too think it bizarre how ancients such as egyptians, chinese, native americans, they recorded that the sun used to rise from the west and that it
has flip-flopped a few times in their knowledge. What on Earth could cause that?!
I have been looking for the comet with backyard telescope and binoculars lately... I've also been trying to wake up right before dawn to see the
mystery bright star that looks bigger than venus and rises with the sun. No such luck yet. Anyone got tips or coordinates? I live on top of a big hill
in no. county san diego but it's been foggy most nights, might have to take a drive over to mt. palomar
Although I do feel like there is something big lurking out there the tenth planet or dark star, I strongly have believed my entire life in other
intelligent life and know not everyone can be making up stories... I'm not so sure that any man can be 100% positive to know entirely what is going
on in the big picture or put an exact day on any event. Religious texts say it, yes they aren't totally accurate either but are based on truths and
real events I believe, there are so many parallels between the major ones and even the lesser known oral histories such as native american hopi, it's
undeniable that there was or will be comets, hail, brimstone, rogue death stars. Will they come back, maybe.
I think what's important, rather than being scared or "fear mongering" as the skeptics say, is to get right spiritually, live your life to the
fullest, realize your dreams while still have time, yes learn survival skills but that's good to know pole shift or none! I personally think it would
be amazing to witness such a magical event in the heavens even if it means I have to die, it doesn't bother me because I know it's not the be all
end all leaving this body.
If there is some kind of wormwood/nemesis brown dwarf that comes every 3600 years I reckon we ought to concentrate on recording the event on stone
tablets so the people thousands of years from now might get a heads up. Not in myth or religion form, crystal clear science jargon, provable data for
the skeptics & debunkers of the future. Because there will always be believers and them debating until the end of time