10th Edition. 2022: WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO US WHEN THE ANUNNAKI RETURN TO EARTH IN 2022?
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In response to the question “What Is It?”, scores of answers were mailed in -- from all over the world. A few answered it exactly NASA’s way: Pribyl Frantisek of the Czech Republic; Frank Rumore of New Jersey; Mark Keller of Virginia; Mrs. B.J. Stewart from Canada; Bill Stanley of Tennesee; Mark Miller of Appleton, Wisconsin and Tony Giovanni of Nevada.
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In honor of Zecharia Sitchn's memory, we are celebrating October 9, 2012 as Sitchin Studies Day. In Jewish tradition, we honor our loved ones on the anniversary of their passing. On October 9 it will be two years since that sad day. You are invited to actively participate.Amazingly, several highly intriguing aspects of NASA's discoveries mesh with ancient knowledge (what many deem myths or legends). For all of you it has been a sad year too. Some of you miss a personal friend; some of you have missed the opportunity to meet Zecharia in person and to experience first hand his wit, his humble demeanor, and his great intelligence and warmth. He loved meeting and hearing from his fans. His chances to interact with you at seminars kept him going. No sooner had one event been completed than he was planning the next one. This passion for his work was part of what helped him to live a long productive life. Why did the Anunnaki come here in ancient times? What do they want from us? What is likely to happen when they do eventually return en masse?
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Arriving in time for the 9th Sitchin Studies Day, on October 9, honoring Zecharia's passing with a day of study and reflection on his contributions, this is Zecharia Sitchin's last lecture. Rather, in a paper published Wednesday in The Astronomical Journal, Dr. Brown and Dr. Batygin lay out a detailed circumstantial argument for the planet's existence in what astronomers have observed - a half-dozen small bodies in distant, highly elliptical orbits.
Yes, you heard that right. I don't know whether the CalTech astronomers based their estimated orbital period on a circular or elliptical orbit. However, this tidbit means that I should not dismiss this planet as being Nibiru based on this estimated orbital time frame. I obviously need to learn more about planetary motion and astronomy to make any conclusions myself. I'm hoping that we can learn more and either find that this is Nibiru or that the search for this new planet helps us find Nibiru too.