by Jason Martell




To illustrate some of the amazing knowledge the Sumerians possessed 6,000 years ago, I will use a reference to something that to this day is still being taught by our education system. When the Earth was much older, we can determine the land mass was once a clumped together mass at one point in time.


But due to the process known as "Continental Drift" or "Plate tectonics", the land clump was slowly pulled apart to where the current land masses are today.

We can see clear proof that the continents were all once connected by simply looking at a map of the Earth and seeing how the pieces fit. That would only mean that at one time, Earth was basically half a planet.

Where did the other half go? Why is Earth only half a planet? The diagrams shown here are descriptions from the Sumerians explaining how our Earth came to be...


They state that the satellites of Planet X (Nibiru) as they called it, collided with our primitive Earth in the past.


Creating the asteroid belt and forever becoming another member of our solar system in a comet like 3,600 year orbit around the sun.





Planet X being pulled into our solar system by the outer planets gravitational pull.

Planet X's orbit around our sun, as told to us by the Sumerians in their 7 tablets of creation.


Will planet X be returning in 2003?

In February, 1971, the United States launched Pioneer 10. Pioneer 10 scientists attached to it an engraved aluminum plaque. It attempts to tell whoever might find the plaque that Mankind is male and female, etc., and that (Pioneer 10) is from the 3rd planet of this Sun. Our astronomy is geared to the notion that Earth is the 3rd planet, which indeed it is if one begins the count from the center of our system, the Sun.


But to someone nearing our solar system from the outside, the 1st planet to be encountered would be Pluto, the 2nd Neptune, the 3rd Uranus, the 4th Saturn, the 5th Jupiter, the 6th Mars .. and the Earth would be 7th.

The (12th) Planet's periodic appearance and disappearance from Earth's view confirms the assumption of its permanence in solar orbit. In this it acts like many comets. If so, why are our astronomers not aware of the existence of this planet?


The fact is that even an orbit half as long as the lower figure for (the comet) Kohoutek, (every 7,500 years), would take the 12th Planet about 6 times farther away from us than Pluto - a distance at which such a planet would not be visible from Earth. In fact, the known planets beyond Saturn were first discovered not visually but mathematically.