I dont know that planet x actually exists, but it would be a fitting culprit for Noah's flood, the geomagnetic and heliomagnetic disturbances we have
observed lately, and the seismic activity including sinkholes. The bible describes t
Noah didn't own the flood, but I see what you are saying.
The flood you are talking about was caused by the protective, watery 'diaper' around the Earth being split into two parts by the other moon of Earth
crashing against Earth's magnetic field (in straight opposing particle resistance angle, so it broke to pieces above Atlantis, and then proceeded to
rain fire and brimstone down to Atlantis, causing the continent to sink in three days), then rushing to the poles (because the magnetic resistance is
weakest there) and flooding down like huge, powerful showers.
It was a chain of events that coincided with each other in a remarkable way. The enslaved people in Atlantis (whose lower spiritual abilities had
awakened, like their masters', but were weaker, so they ended up being dominated), millions of them - wishing for the same thing - death to liberate
them - affected how things proceeded to happen. While simultaneously, the nuclear war on another planet (I have heard the name "Mallona" being thrown
around) that hadn't yet completely cooled down (which means that the relatively loose geographic "plates" were "swimming" on a huge ball of molten
lava or some similar hot substance), caused too many powerful explosions to happen in critical points where the plates 'met', causing some plates to
actually 'slip' under others, which of course added to the already tremendous pressure that existed inside of that planet, ending up in a huge
explosion that damaged some planets and moons (explaining our moon's cratery surface), while others remained relatively damage-free.
The pressure from this explosion was the major factor that pushed the Earth's bigger moon against Earth in an unfavorable particle angle, and the
deathwish of millions of people with lower spiritual abilities took care of the rest.
So, what happened, was, that the burning moon pieces effectively split the protective watery layer around Earth into two halves, which then rushed to
the poles and rained to Earth, causing a flood, while Atlantis and its pathways to other continents sank.
About planet "X" -- why would a planet have such a typically masonic name? I mean, why is EVERYTHING "X" this or "X" that these days? Even "Christmas"
was turned into "X-mas", because, you know, the word "Christ" of course looks exactly like an "X".. err.. well, the CROSS, the murder-weapon of a
cosmic messenger of course has to be respected and since it almost looks like an "X", .. well, you get my point. It's not "CROSS-mas", and the word
"mas" doesn't really mean anything by itself, so the whole thing is pretty ludicrous, but the letter "X" simply has to be added to EVERY friggin'
thing, especiallly to video games and other similar things that might use it instead of the number "10", and sometimes even when there haven't been
quite 9 editions of the game published yet. (Megaman X is a good example)
So when someone calls a planet "X", it's immediately suspicious. They didn't use that letter in ancient astronomy so much, but instead, they imagined
actual NAMES, like "Neptune" or "Saturn", even though they were based on ancient 'gods' (whatever that means). Or maybe the names of 'gods' were based
on the planet names? I don't really know, haven't researched - though I have a feeling the naming of the 'gods' might actually have taken place much
When you also think about magnetic fields of planets and the sun, and what keeps planets in their orbits (it's NOT just the centrifugal forces - try
it with a simulator-program sometimes and you'll see how difficult it is to get a planet to achieve a perfect orbit - let alone -maintain- that orbit
just by gravital and centrifugal forces!), you can easily realize that it's not really possible for a planet to travel even near planet Earth without
being stopped by one or more of the natural forces - and the sun would never let that happen! It keeps the planets at a certain distance from itself,
like it naturally should. Something would have to -heavily- affect the normal functionality of the sun, and disrupt it (which would probably be worse
for Earth than some planet visiting nearby) for that to happen.
Here is a hint of how it happens in a twelve-planet solar system (what you see is the 'power charge triangles'):
So it's ludicrous to even consider that a planet could somehow crash with Earth! As long as the magnetic fields operate the way they should and as
long as the sun's functionality is intact, there is just no way for that to actually happen! Smaller objects may do that, (and either be deflected by
Earth's magnetic field or absorbed by Earth's atmosphere and harmlessly burned to dust or at least very harmless, tiny meteors and then, I think,
meteorites) but not a friggin' planet!
But OTHER than all that, sure, it would be a convenient culprit.
edit on 24-8-2013 by Shoujikina because: (no reason given)