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Many people ask, if Planet X is within our solar system at the present time, rounding the Sun, they why is it not visible?
Well it is, and has been, during it's approach, and I'm here to tell you the saga.
All that I am telling you here, images, photos, and reports, is documented on my website, from the Photos section.

Early in the ZetaTalk saga, the Zetas gave coordinates on where the inbound Planet X could be sighted, as one gazed out from Earth toward the constellations of Orion.
Planet X was coming from this direction, and during its approach seemed to take a contorted path.

From the spot where it was located by NASA's infrared team in 1983, it at FIRST swung counterclockwise in the normal direction Earth and the other planets in the solar system take,
Due to what the Zetas call the Sweeping Arms of the Sun, which brush all the planets in the same direction, round the Sun, in their orbits.
Then, in 1997, as it came closer, it reversed and assumed the retrograde orbit of legend, going clockwise,
as it was coming straight at the Sun and found the fastest way to deal with the sweeping arms was to skip rope,
to jump over them, rather than be swept in front of them.

Boring straight at the Sun, coming in from the direction of Orion, it was at first found about 11 degrees below the Ecliptic,
that place around the Sun's middle like the rim of a hat where all the planets are found going round in their orbits.
But as it came closer, it seemed to rise TO the Ecliptic, like a saluting man's hand rising to his forehead, just under the rim of his hat.
In 1997 the view from Earth showed Planet X close to the Ecliptic, starting to move retrograde, and then by 2001 starting to plunge DOWN below the Ecliptic again.
What was happening?

Legend states that this monster, known by many names such as Niburi, The Destroyer, or Wormwood, comes into the solar system at a 32 degree angle, and this was where it seemed to be heading.
Per the Zetas, the Ecliptic is crowded, and Planet X was taking a less crowded path.
Like a commuter van getting off the expressway and taking a country road on its way into the city, is was avoiding the Ecliptic, crowded with sub-atomic particle flows returning to the Sun at its center.

It was here, as it was starting it's plunge in 2001, seen just above Orion's bow, that it became visible from observatories.
Prior to that, it required specialized infra-red equipment, or a clear view as the Hubble might provide, equipment in the hands of a few,
and those few under a national security oath not to create panic in the public if anything alarming might be found,
like UFO's or motherships or an inbound planet due for another passage through the solar system, and likely to cause a pole shift on Earth as it passed.

In 2001, then, as it was due to be visible from observatories, 3 separate teams in France, Vancouver, and Arizona, set out to view Planet X from their local observatories.
I quote from an excited email received from Veronique in France, on Feb 7, 2001.

The Neuchatel observatory got it. They are very excited, wondering if it is a comet or a brown dwarf, through the latest coordinates you gave. I'm going to ask for further details. The daughter of the astronomer reports that they suspect a comet or a brown dwarf on the process to become a pulsar since it emits "waves".

The observatory later denied that it was used for such an observation,
and the astronomer was never given permission to release his images.

Excited by this discovery, others planned observatory visits.
But the word had gone out, the public may be visiting you, so the next two sightings at observatories found their view temporarily BLOCKED by scaffolding.
Could this be a coincidence? Hardly. Scaffolding in two observatories, in Arizona and Vancouver, BOTH just conveniently blocking the view toward Orion?
I quote from the Flagstaff, Arizona report.

On the night of Sunday April 1st 2001, I reserved the historic Clark 24" telescope at the Lowell observatory in Flagstaff, AZ, for my own private viewing. As it turns out, the telescope operator was unable to point the Clark in the direction of Orion because there was a scaffold in the way which only the operator's supervisor was allowed to move. I don't suspect conspiracy on this point but, heck, who knows. In any event the operator was determined to give me my money's worth and he opened up the McAllister telescope, a newer but smaller scope with a 16" mirror. We trained the big do-hickey on the Coordinates given for April 1 2001.

The operator told me he didn't see anything there. I asked if I could take a look. There were 3 stars (I assume they were stars) near the periphery of the viewable area but absolutely nothing near the middle. I had asked the operator earlier if this scope would be able to see something as far away and faint as, say, Pluto. He said he had seen Pluto with this scope once before but it was so faint he could only see it out of the corner of his eye.

So I tried focusing on the periphery of the viewable area while directing my attention to the middle. Lo and behold, there appeared a faint blip not too far off center. I looked long and hard but wasn't sure if I was imagining it or not. I asked a friend who had come along to take a look and told him what to look for. He said he maybe saw something.

I asked the operator if he would look in the same fashion. He looked carefully for a couple of minutes and confirmed what I saw. I took another look to satisfy myself. Yes, there was definitely something there. I had the operator center the telescope on the faint object so that we could get the coordinates more precisely and then I checked a third time to make sure we were talking about the same thing. We were; the elusive blip was centered now. The operator described the object as diffuse and of approximate magnitude 11

The coordinates were within scant seconds, not minutes, from the coordinates given weeks earlier by the Zetas, a second confirmation, after the France sightings, that these coordinates were valid.
I my opinion, this is the strongest confirmation of ZetaTalk prediction accuracy, that coordinates given to several decimal places, down to fractional seconds of a degree, proved to be so correct.
Note these coordinates are of a moving object, and the sightings consistently confirmed the object moving according to the ZetaTalk coordinates.

The Flagstaff team sought confirmation that what they and the operator had sighted was not a known object.
An astronomer they contacted confirmed:

A look at the Digitized Sky Survey images of the region shows nothing diffuse within a quarter-degree radius from the position you give. There were no known comets in the area at the time. The area would have been well surveyed for moving targets by the LINEAR project in New Mexico, so it is unlikely a bright comet would have slipped past

Following this April 1, 2001 sighing in Flagstaff, a third attempt was made in Vancouver, Canada on the evening of April 8, 2001.
Again, the view to Orion conveniently blocked.

I and a friend of mine made it down to the Gordon Macmillan Southam Observatory tonight and had what I believe was a very strange experience. I called the observatory around 7:30 and spoke to some guy and asked if it was okay to look at a object near the constellation Orion. He said that there was some large pipe that had been placed in front of the observatory and was not sure if he could swing the telescope in that direction but that we might be able to see something. He recommended coming around 8:30.

When we made it there he seemed helpful until he asked what I was looking for and I said possibly a comet. I told him I had exact coordinates. He said optimal time to look would be about 9:30. There was also a full moon tonight but it was not up yet. We hung around outside for about 1/2 hr looking through some telescopes that some amateurs were viewing with and headed back into the observatory to make sure this guy did not forget about us. From that time on he completely ignored or avoided us and hung out outside mostly. Nothing too off kilter yet.

Finally it's 10:00 and I go outside and ask him when he can move the telescope. He then off handily replies that Orion has gone below the horizon and we wouldn't be able to see anything anymore. I said even at declimation 16? Which he replied that we may be able to see that high a declination. When we went back inside to put the coordinates on the computer his behavior became what I would describe as markedly disturbed. When I read him the coordinates he entered the first in wrong, and after I corrected him only entered into three decimal places and rounded up when he should have rounded down. He remarked that the other decimal places were not necessary.

I didn't persist because I felt it would be in the ball park. He then moved the telescope, went over to the eye piece, came back, muttered something about trees, moons, horizons or something, entered in new coordinates, moved the telescope and left to the other side and began talking to some other people before I could even say a word. I was quite perplexed and wasn't sure what had happened but I wasn't going to give up.

I approached him again and asked him if he looked at those coordinates. He said he had, nothing there and tried to brush me off. I asked him if he could move it back so I could take a look. He then brought out some big star chart book, opened it up, pointed to the very bottom of the map on the page and said it was very low. I then persisted if that was the right area and he then changed and pointed to near the top of the map. I said we should be able to see it then no problem and again directly asked if he could move it to those coordinates so I could take a quick look. It was like he was speechless, looking around blankly, brought out another book, opened it, started babbling about nothing until I stopped him and told him that we've been waiting two hours and could we please take a look.

He then re-enters the coordinates which I read off again and moved the telescope. I go to take a look. Near the center I see nothing that I think looks like Planet X but at the very top right corner, if I moved my head, I could see what appeared to be a darkish, diffuse, round spot, fairly large. I asked him if that darkish spot was anything or just an optical flaw and he said it was optical. We were viewing Saturn earlier and I did not recall seeing any dark spot and I thought it was strange to have such a large flaw on the eyepiece of a $200,000 piece of equipment.

He then handed my friend a hand held controller that had about six dials or buttons on it and said he could move the telescope around and walked away - no instructions. My friend looked at me like "what the hell am I supposed to do with this?". I looked through several times and the spot was definitely discernible. I then approached the guy, thanked him for his time and gave him a friendly pat on the arm. He did not even respond or look up at me.

When we left I asked my friend if it was just me or if that guy was acting very strange. My friend felt that he was acting very strange and at the very least definitely not trying to help us. My feeling was that this guy's mind was under the influence of fear. I will try again next weekend weather permitting.

All that odd behavior on the part of the astronomer in charge that night soon had an explanation!
On a return to Gordon Macmillan Southam on April 20, 2001

I was able to speak quietly with a different operator and got him to open up a bit. He admitted to me in hushed tones that he was aware of the actual existence of the object I was looking for, Planet X.

Thereafter this Vancouver observatory was visited by NASA, who gave a lecture, and then close down ostensibly for a couple months for repairs.
It was in fact closed down for over a year.
Such is the fear that the public will learn that an inbound planet, known to cause pole shifts on Earth in the past, was on the move and INBOUND!
Here's the report from May 8, 2001.

At the observatory tonight I also saw the original operator that I had dealt with on April 8. When I approached him to say hi I thought he was going to have a heart attack. I swear he almost went into the women's washroom to avoid contact with me. I hope he is not being leaned on too hard.

I attended a meeting tonight hosted by the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada at the H.R. Macmillan Space Center where Ray Villard, director of public relations of the Space Telescope Science Institute, was giving an update presentation on the Hubble. At the end of the presentation, one of the staff from the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada informed the audience that the Gordon Macmillan Observatory would be closed for at least until the summer.

Since there were so many astronomers there I decided to ask some people if an object could be accurately located if someone gave only the RA/Dec to a competent operator at a modern observatory. The answer was yes in all cases. In fact appears that this is an extremely accurate method of locating an object according to the nice and helpful people I spoke to. So that makes four knowledgeable astronomers that I have asked this question and come back with a positive answer.

And what did the Zetas have to say about all of this?

This is an example of what the persistent public can expect when looking for Planet X in an observatory where someone has been told to "stall". You must admit, he did his best. How many blocks did he throw in your way? How many times did he point you in the wrong direction? How many times did he try to discourage you by failing to help? Now why would an individual do this, unless under orders.

In the context of an individual looking for his paycheck to continue, and his boss to consider him a team player, and his chances of promotion or recommendations for other jobs he may have ambitions to get - this behavior is not that unusual.

When Orion was again visible in the nighttime sky, which occurs from Fall to Spring, during the Winter of 2001-2002, it had come closer.
The constellation of Orion is light polluted during the Summer, as the Earth moves round in her orbit to where one must look past the Sun's glare to look in that direction,
what astronomers refer to as a constellation or star being 'in the Sun'.

Now it was being captured in infrared scopes, at observatories.
This was significant, because as Planet X has its own fire, being a smoldering brown dwarf, this showed that it was not only INBOUND, not only MOVING according to the Zeta coordinates, but a heat generating planet.

Again, 3 teams captured it, in Florida, France, and South Africa.

The first capture, on Dec 5, 2001, was by someone working at a University, associated with NASA, and from the email send to me from someone corresponding with him,
he considered his job to look for it, and then to EXPLAIN what was found, when something was found.
That sounded to me suspicously like DEBUNK what was found, as that's what he proceeded to do.
The image taken was provided to the sci.astro Usenet, with the challenge 'OK Nancy, Where is it?
I drew a red circle around a spot, and when the image contrast was increased, a NEW fuzzy object appeared where no object was supposed to be.

The second infrared capture came from France, by a student of astrophysics who was allowed to use the observatory equipment for whatever he wanted.
Little did the observatory suspect where he would point it!

He had access to the Haute-Provence Observatory in France and he had the opportunity to point to the co-ordinates you indicated.

When compared against ESO Digital Sky Survey or Palomar Sky Survey, there was a dim fuzzy glowing object at the Zeta coordinates.
But even more dramatically, the spot where it HAD been on Dec 5 was now dark, and it has MOVED to its new location for Jan 19, 2002.

The third infrared capture occurred in South Africa, but was not made public, nor was it made known to me until later in the year.
The reason was that the individual traveling from Zaire to South Africa, the individual who had made an appointment with the South African observatory to use their scope, was being harrassed.
She had allowed me to use her full name and email address on the sci.astro Usenets, where the accusation that all these Planet X sightings were being faked were being made.

Dear Nancy, although we're not financially independent, you are more than welcome to use our names. As I mentioned the trip was 1,400 km (2,800 both ways). The astronomer at the Sutherland Observatory, after several telephonic confirmations, refused permission to view. This observatory is the biggest in the Southern Hemisphere - a 74" telescope. We DO want to make a big issue out of this so that people can realize the truth.

She later told me that she had gone to a second observatory, after the refusal on Dec 19, 2001, and had located the fuzzy dim glow at the Zeta coordinates, as had the others.
The harrassment? Phone tapped, and threats. All this for a nonexistent planet. Humm.

Moving into the Fall viewing season, and the Winter of 2002-2003, the Zetas warned that Planet X would now be visible by amateur equipment.

ZetaTalk: Fall, 2002, written Jun 22, 2002
Given the changes from February 2001 to January 2002, where the anxious public went from needing to go to an observatory to view, to getting their hands on infrared imaging equipment to image, what can the public expect going into Winter 2003? We have stated that the planet increases speed exponentially, on approach. Thus, a rapid increase in size and visibility as in brightness will occur during the Fall of 2002 and into the Winter months following.

By the Fall of 2002, a determined team of amateur astronomers planned to use an online Rent-a-Scope, at about $100 a pop, their own expense,
to capture the images at the Zeta coordinates regularly.
The images, know as FITS files, are huge and full of detail, and considered virtually impossible to doctor because of that.
The team made these FITS files available to the world, and reported regularly on their findings on the web.

Where at a great distance, the Planet X complex looks like a fuzzy star.
Composed of the planet itself and dozens of moons in moon swirls trailing behind it, all surrounded by an immense dust cloud of red dust, nevertheless, from a distance, this looked like a singular object.
Coming closer, the dust cloud spreads out, the moons swirls fan to the side, and the closely shrouded corpus, the body of Planet X itself, begins increasingly to look like a fuzz ball in a fog bank.

By Dec 4, the moon swirls had become visible as separate from the planet itself.

There are some other spots that I have circled that I cannot find on any comparison images. They also show up fairly well on all the frames. What on earth are all these spots? Could they be space trash riding in front on Planet X, moons trailing behind in the dust cloud?

And the Zetas explained.

Going into the analysis of the Nov 15th images, we advised the team to start looking for the tail and the Swirl of Moons and debris within. Although coming under much Ridicule on Sci.Astro for stating that the moons of Planet X follow in a swirl, a perpetual dance among themselves for dominance in being the closest moon to Plant X, this is precisely what the imaging is now presenting! As Nancy would say, Zetas RIGHT Again! The moons are not at all as large or bright in the images as Planet X itself. They are reflecting light, solely, not generating it as Planet X is, and thus will always be the lessor. How many moons, and how large are these, in comparison to Planet X? They rival the size of Earth's moon, and are numerous in the dozens when the smaller moons are included. That so many could have been captured by Planet X is due in part to its rapid passage through the solar system, as a stationary setup, with circular or elliptical orbits rather than a trailing swirl, would have pushed them out from each other far enough to cause some of them to be lost from the gravity snag of Planet X.

By Dec 13, moon swirls were captured as MOVING during the nights imaging session.
The Zetas explained.

Over the course of two hours, one of Planet X's moon swirls moved, discernably. This swirl of moons is
1. in a dance among the moons in the swirl,
2. in a dance with other moon swirls,
3. in a circular motion behind Planet X itself.

By Dec 28, the giant tail and individual moon swirls in the tail had not only become visible, as separate from the planet itself,
they are also seen as a large blob on the images, when they overlapped each other.

STEVE HAVAS Audio (for 5 minutes)

On Feb 26, 2003 it was seen by some pilots high up over the Amazon:

While flying back to Houston from Rio de Janero I believe that I was able to see the Nibiru complex w/10 power binoculars. It appeared as a very diffuse area that looked very dimly backlit. We were out over the Amazon Basin.. The atmosphere was very clear above us. The other two pilots I was flying with were also able to see it with the binoculars.

By March of 2003, Planet X had moved to be just in front of Orion's bow, and was coming visible in the evening sky as flashes of fuzzy dull red.
I remember the night on March 26, 2003 when I saw it several times. I drove about on the rural country roads, to get a view not polluted by light, and located it each time.

By March 22, 2003 it was projected to be near the orbit or Uranus, getting close, and thus would be as visible as Uranus which, like Planet X, is 4 times the diameter of Earth.
Reports from around the world began to come in.

It has a firey colour viewed through binocs and cannot be brought into focus sharply compared to other stars. I used 20x80 Helios stellar binoculars to view it.

Bless you my soul. Faithful am I and rewarded I am! Spotted exactly where predicted. The Orion belt orientation and SW sky (vantage point: Sacramento Mountains, New Mexico) was quite precise. Naked eye verification, Binocs. only closer in but no more pronounced. Red flckering to the right, then to the north, then nothing... then flickering again, some yellow noticed on the opposite side of red on next visibility. Zetas Right Again! I am both scared (temporary) and excited!

Saw it last night, is now clearly red and fuzzy, right in Taurus like you said, at about 7 PM facing west, below Aldebaran.

Both Friday night and again Saturday night, I saw the Planet X complex with My binoc's 10 power. Could not sleep the rest of Friday Night. I was at my Farm in East Texas. This is REAL.

Fantastic! Unbelievable! Hevenly! We see the same red object below the Aldebaran star in Cordoba, Argentina! Man! This is Huge! And is already scaring my whole family here! Now I realize why we are at war!

We are waiting for pictures and confirmation from reliable sources not linked with the Brazilian government, mainly composed of professional astronomers here in South America who are studying the appearance of this strange red object in our skies. The object has appeared naked eye last Friday and it is visible in some regions of South America as confirmed by many people in Uruguary, Peru, Argentine, and Brazil. The coordinates given by the ZetaTalk match with our viewings in South America skies.

The Brazilian astronomers confirmed the sightings a week later:
The answers were that this object has the same composition and mass of an unidentified celestial object discovered in 2001.

The Zetas explained that these sightings were of the entire complex, thus the morphing and fuzzy appearance.

ZetaTalk: Fire Dragon, written Mar 29, 2003
What the unaided eye is seeing is the complex, as a whole, not the corpus or moon swirls. The corpus, the moons, the dust cloud, all are reflecting sunlight in addition to reflecting light from the corpus itself, and this combined light is what is reaching the eye.

Soon, those gazing at the evening sky will find that they discern a tail haze, moving as during the December, 2002 time frame away from the corpus in its motion in the sky. The next phenomena that will be observed will be distinct moon swirls in the tail haze, such that separate streams appear to be trailing the corpus.

Orion was dropping below the horizon at this time, the Earth moving such that to see Orion one would have to look past the glare of the Sun,
But reports were still coming in as we moved from late March, 2003 to early April, 2003.

Wow! I'm blown away. I live in South Oregon and it's been cloudy here but I got a brief window tonight and got out a small pair of 12 x 60 binocs at work and there it was blinking in and out, red, in the spot where I could not make it out just last weekend. Can't wait to see it with my 6" reflector. Now I don't know what to do and am afraid to bring others attention to it and frighten them. Wow, what times these are! Hope I can handle this.

I can see it here in Oklahoma City, without a Telescope. I have a 10 inch telescope with a 25 mm Plossl eyepiece. Thats about 50 power and you can see reddish/brown dust trail.

Three of us tonight saw in a clear New Zealand night "an object" that was not there one, two even four weeks ago. The coordinates match the Zeta site predictions. Just one person needed binoculars. Just make sure you´re looking in the right area.. You can´t miss it.

I have this seen below Taurus as your sighting page says. This was not Aldebaran seen earlier this evening. I am still worrying and not sleeping. Skies very clear here in Ethiopia, so no mistake. I am a yachtsman also. The planet is very big! We have rumors too that unrest among tribesmen sighting this occurs, here in Ethiopia.

Photos began being taken, one from North Carolina dramatic as it shows the double helix of the dust tail swirl behind the corpus, so that the complex looks like the flying globe, with wings on either side, on ancient Summerian pictographs.

Thereafter, as the Earth moved round in her orbit such that Orion could no longer be seen in the night or evening sky,
but only through the glare of the Sun,
these sightings of a red dust cloud and winking red planet stopped, to be replaced by reports of a Second Sun rising and setting.
Planet X had arrived, by mid Summer 2003, to be so close to the Sun that the glare of sunlight off the dust cloud,
reflecting back toward the viewer on Earth, was a blaze rivaling the blaze of light from the Sun.
People reported seeing TWO suns rising or setting.
This was captured dramatically from the webcam on top of Mount Wilson in California,
on film, and on the ZetaTalk website in the photos section.
After this became the buzz on the Internet, Mount Wilson refused to point their webcam in that direction, until well after the Sun had arisen.

ZetaTalk: Second Sun,written Apr 19, 2003
The distinctive appearance of Planet X in the sky, as reported by the ancients, as a fire dragon can already be understood by those viewing Planet X closely, as the swirling moons and dust cloud already give this impression. The appearance has also been described as a second sun.

Orange is as predominant as red in the color spectrum coming from Planet X. Orange is the color of the rising and setting Sun, preceding the sunrise and lingering in the evening after the Sun has set for Planet X is coming toward the Sun from beneath the Sun, as well as from the side. Dawn and dusk will be the best times for visibility, and noon the worst, as light pollution is strongest at noon. As with all other viewing, this depends immensely on the viewers location, determination, and clear skies.

This Second Sun even appeared on TV, when the rising or setting sun were pictured behind a weatherman, startling those on the set into comments about the double Sun.

On the Phoenix news this morning [May 25, 2003] there was a story and pictures of what was described as a planet by the sun (around 8:00 a.m.). After about 15 minutes of speculation on the part of the newscasters, a meteorologist came on and explained it as a weather balloon at about 100,000 feet. It did not look like a weather balloon.

My roommates work for CBS News. Everbody in the biz knows something is up. The local stations reportedly are taking dozens of calls a day [by Jun 3, 2003] about that anomaly near the sun.

Last night [July 4, 2003], I observed the most incredible setting of two Suns! I watched a brilliant white light setting Sun for almost an hour. I thought the Sun was gone, but I looked back to see a bright red Sun appear at the exact same location. I watched two suns sets!

In Montreal, I was going to watch sunset [July 6, 2003] with a friend. According to stats, the sun was suppose to set at 8:44 P.M. At 8:40 we watched the sun setting, and the sky was awesome: red, orange, very bright light. Then the light faded somehow, but aroung 9:00 it became again very orange, very very bright, reddish color, and it was like the sun was setting again

Two shadows were also evident, one cast by the Sun, one cast by the Second Sun.

We were sitting on our poarch this morning [Jun29], which faces east, just ahead of noon and noticed that the railing was showing two different shadows on the poarch floor. When the Sun went behind a cloud, a second shadow from some sun-like object would appear, bright enough to cast a shadow almost as dense as the Sun's shadow! This second sun-like object had to be both smaller, higher, and to the right of the Sun, as the shadow it cast was within the Sun's shadow as though the Sun itself had suddenly moved higher in the sky.

The additional light reflected off the massive dust cloud, bouncing back to Earth during the day, was making the sunlight seem harsh,
And people began to notice their garden plants being scalded, their own skin getting sunburned too quickly.
The red iron oxide dust was also evident, not only in the red skies and occasional blood red Moon, but also in deposits on cars, in bird baths, and on patio furniture.

STEVE SHAMAN of Skywatch Audio (5 minutes)