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Originally posted by LaborofLove
reply to post by stereologist
There are several names, it was too called the Destroyer. In the early 90's I read that NASA was hiding the fact that there's something in the solar system. It may have been a hoax, but that led me to always look for evidence... It may not be a planet, it maybe a meteor... Thing is, can one dismiss the possibility, I watched an episode of ancient aliens, in which this is greatly explored - new evidence comes to light all the time. What if instead of a predictable path, like all the other planets, this one, is vertical, instead of in the horizontal path? What if there are planets that are as yet unstable, unsettled, and one civilization sees this, but the next civilization won't know until it hits them, as the ancient evidence is lost? There are many fascinating ideas, and I am open to the read.... Perhaps it is so unstable that every couple of billion years, it causes complete wipeout! Like Atlantis, about 10000BC years ago.
Originally posted by dayve
3 days of darkness is a catholic thing... And nobody really knows what any of the mayan stuff is... its like translating the bible, except this is more guessing.
Originally posted by stereologist
reply to post by storm2012
Not sure why anybody buys into 3 days of darkness. In another thread it was reported that there is no mention of 3 days of darkness in the bible. There certainly is nothing from the Maya about that. It appears to be nothing more than another modern fairy tale.
Originally posted by Xcalibur254
This belief in a destroyer planet stems exclusively from one man's ignorance of Sumerian culture.