Originally posted by luxordelphi
Originally posted by smurfy
reply to post by luxordelphi
Could be something there in the matter of interpretation, Cardinal Ratzinger (as he was at the time of revealing the third secret of Fatima), did admit to a german friend that, some of the secret had been omitted, and that all it would not be revealed until after a third world war. Malachi Martin did not go even that far, although he did say he had seen it, and it was not pleasant, (he always understates in his language) so it could be considered that this secret is all about a war for and against 'the faith' With that, you can read into almost any kind of scenario, including aliens, except perhaps a planet X.
If I had to guess what the third secret was, based on subsequent behavior, I'd say it had to do with the Vatican hierarchy personally. The 'mysteries' of the Roman Catholic Church are really just the embarrassments and that's why a lid has to be kept on them, imo.
Planet X, again, imo, is no secret at all. Astronomers never really stopped looking for it. projects, it means, to me, that something of consequence is in sight.
As we noted on the Nibiru page, there are a fairly well-known set of laws that govern planetary motions. On the Nibiru page we demonstrated how those laws could be used to make certain predictions about Nibiru's orbit. In the case of "Planet X" as described by Lieder, we will have to throw those laws out, because it seems to simply ignore them. Planet X is described as being in a 'sling orbit', running a racetrack between our sun and an 'unlit binary companion' which is described as being "….18.74 times the distance from your Sun to Pluto….". Since Pluto's average distance is 39.5 AU then this 'unlit binary companion' must be 740.23 AU (or 0.012 light years) away. How does this unlit binary companion stay at that relative distance? Well, apparently there is a 'repulsive force' of gravity hitherto unknown to us mere humans, and somewhat confused or involved with magnetism. Lieder flat-out tells us that "This orbit does not fit into man's astrophysics theories, and thus it cannot be described by the math used by man to describe comet or orbit behavior.". In addition, Planet X will perform some elaborate swings and braking maneuvers once it reaches the inner solar system. "In a sling orbit, Planet X comes in straight line toward the Sun, slides by the Sun, and picks up speed again in a straight line after passing the Sun."  Yet it is also described as being in a 'retrograde' orbit which will cause a 'clash' between 'particles emerging from behind the Sun' and the Earth, which will cause the Earth's rotation to stop. Uh… yeah… OK.
Several astronomers familiar with CCD imaging have analyzed the images and found that the spots that the "Zetas" claim to be Planet X are actually image defects on 2 of the 30 images. Apparently with CCD imaging, multiple images are taken and then combined or "stacked" to amplify any dim objects but remove noise that may appear on only a few of the images.
Originally posted by quedup
Is Planet X Approaching After all? How Much Evidence Do We Need?,
Originally posted by hoonsince89
reply to post by quedup
Keep in mind that when a topic is flooded with disinformation there is usually something to hide. And how much disinfo is their on Niburu?? ALOT!
That's not quite what I meant about planet X. In regard to the third secret is of Fatima, (nothing to do with mysteries of the church) I tend to discount planet X.
Originally posted by wmd_2008
reply to post by nitestrider
No it wasn't a mistake it wasn't a large object it was way past Pluto and at the time it had no name so guess what they called it Planet X
Originally posted by Xcalibur254
reply to post by HedyLamarr
What this is discussing is the hypothetical planet Tyche. It was proposed after the failure of the Nemesis hypothesis. It's supposed to explain the orbit of long-period comets. If it exists it would be 25,000 AU away and never come closer. The two researchers that proposed it believe that if it exists it will be found in the WISE data. So far they have found nothing.
Q: When could data from WISE confirm or rule out the existence of the hypothesized planet Tyche?
A: It is too early to know whether WISE data confirms or rules out a large object in the Oort cloud. Analysis over the next couple of years will be needed to determine if WISE has actually detected such a world or not. The first 14 weeks of data, being released in April 2011, are unlikely to be sufficient. The full survey, scheduled for release in March 2012, should provide greater insight. Once the WISE data are fully processed, released and analyzed, the Tyche hypothesis that Matese and Whitmire propose will be tested.
Mar 14, 2012 – WISE All-Sky Data Release - The WISE mission has released data to the public from its all sky survey in the form of an image atlas, single exposure images, and a catalog of some half-billion objects detected in the survey. You can view these data at the NASA Infrared Processing and Analysis Center: