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According to the harmonic rule known as Bode's Law, a planet should exist between Mars and Jupiter - some 260 million miles from the Sun.
Beginning in 1801, tiny rock and
metallic objects were discovered to be orbiting the Sun at about
this distance. Since then, several hundred thousand large asteroids
have been catalogued, and it is estimated that there are more than a
million 1 km asteroids.
The asteroids range in
size from Ceres, which has a diameter of about 1000 km, down to the
size of pebbles. If the estimated total mass of all the asteroids
was gathered into a single object, the object would total about
1,500 kilometers (932 miles) across - less than half the diameter of
the Earth's moon.
In his time, Olbers thought these bodies were fragments of a planet that had
exploded. Another generally accepted theory suggests the asteroids
are the remains of a planet that was destroyed in a massive
collision. Nonetheless, it had earlier become evident that much of
the material of this 'missing planet' had been pulled into the
orbits of Earth, Mars and Jupiter as either meteors or orbiting
There are various opinions on what caused the Asteroid Belt; for instance, Tom van Flandern's Exploded Planet Hypothesis in Dark Matter, Missing Planets and New Comets, asserts that a former major planet between Mars and Jupiter exploded about 65 million years ago.
Van Flandern believes this event is the
origin of the great bombardment of comets and asteroids which ended
the reign of the dinosaurs on Earth. However, according to
Zecharia Sitchin in
The Twelfth Planet, written
accounts left by the lost Sumerian civilization state that Tiamat
isn't missing, it just moved shop. Tiamat is the planet on which we
are standing right now.
According to Sumerian/Babylonian cosmogony (cosmic genesis), the fifth Planet from the Sun, Tiamat, was shunted to third position by a calamitous event, one now well known by followers of Planet X Theory.
First, a quick overview of
the Sumerian/Babylonian story of Tiamat is in order.
The planet "Marduk" (the Sumerian "Nibiru"),
as it came into the solar system on its 3,600-year clockwise
(retrograde) elliptical course, struck Tiamat, which was moving in
its ordained counterclockwise orbit.
The remaining half of the planet, which
was struck by a smaller moon of Marduk, was catapulted into a new
orbit, along with a chunk of material which became its moon.
According to the Enuma elish, Tiamat's original moons were
dispersed, many changing the direction of their orbits and
Tom van Flandern, a specialist in Celestial Mechanics at the US Naval Observatory, has suggested that the great rift on Mars may be the impact site of a former moon, the moons of Neptune show evidence of violent disruption, Mercury was originally a moon of Venus, Mars once had many more moons, and Pluto and Charon are escaped moons of Neptune.
Van Flandern finds the retrograde rotation of Venus peculiar, he believes that our moon originated from the Pacific Basin of the Earth, and he agrees that there is probably an undiscovered planet beyond Pluto which belongs to our solar system.
In addition, Hubble recently investigated one of the
largest asteroids, Vesta, and found evidence of differentiated
layers similar to the terrestrial planets, distinctive light and
dark areas like the face of our moon, and a geology similar to the
Earth, including evidence of ancient lava flows.
According to Sitchin, all ancient mythologies stem from this
original knowledge imparted to earthlings by spacefaring ETI hailing
from this wayward bowling ball, Nibiru. According to Sitchin, the
Anunnaki called our planet ERIDU, meaning "Home away from Home."
Enlil, the strong-headed one, was honored by the sign of Taurus. Ninmah was Virgo. The warrior Ninurta was Sagittarius.
Over time, Sitchin explains, as second and third generation Anunnaki 'gods' joined the scene on Earth,
He argues, "not men, but the gods,
devised the zodiac."
Over time, the continents then drifted to where they are now.
As Sitchin points out, Earth's
largest landmasses are mostly on one side and the oceans take up the
rest of the planet. Looking at the Earth's globe from a distance, if
you took the water away, what's left is a "cleaved planet," which is
the meaning of "KI" - the Sumerian word for the present embodiment
Here is where the Biblical genesis tale picks up the story, only telling it as a beginning, at the point where the waters of these two great bodies separated in the firmament, the waters belonging to two worlds going bump in the night.
Current advances in astronomy have, in fact,
corroborated certain aspects of this tale.
Based on mathematical evidence, astronomers have been so sure of the reality of this planet that they named it Planet X.
The name stands for the tenth planet, as
well as the mathematical symbol for an unknown quantity. (see
X - Is a Runaway Wrecking Ball Part of Our Solar System?")
This brings us quite neatly to the first anomaly which suggests the Earth was the late great Planet Tiamat.