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ZetaTalk: April 2003
Note: written during the Jan 7, 2003 Live ZetaTalk IRC Session.

We have stated that Planet X will be visible in the daytime sky, 7 weeks before passage [Note: see 2003 Date explanation]. Given that we have stated that passage is shortly after May 15, 2003, as at this time those wanting to survive should be at their safe locations, this is putting the visibility into the last week of March at the earliest. We have stated that the Planet X complex, the planet body itself and its immediate cloud of dust and moons, will appear not larger than the Moon upon passage. As can be seen from the recent imaging, starting with Dec. 13-14 images and quite obvious in the Dec. 27-28 images, the swirls of moons are far outside of the immediate area of the Planet X body. Thus, upon passage the object seen as not larger than the moon is the Planet X body and close hugging dust cloud and moons, but the swirls trail back, some 5 million miles behind the Planet X body, in individual swirls that dance around each other. As this is still coming dead on, during this time, it will appear to be wafting to one side or the other, or overlapping as was seen on the Dec. 28th images, with the motion taking the form of a fire dragon in the skies, to the ancients. Now, what will this look like early in the 7 week period? Certainly not like the Moon, nor a fire dragon.

Planet X is visible when at the orbit of Saturn, by the unaided eye and during the day, where Saturn is not, for the same reasons it is visible now. Is it a star, sending starlight to the amateur scopes? No, but it is a brown dwarf, exuding heat and light, thus the predominance in the red light spectrum. Comets, those dirty snowballs well inside the solar system, are found before they outgas and reflect sunlight only by sophisticated means. They are certainly not visible to the unaided eye, even when close, until they start to fan out their tails, close enough to the sun to start outgassing from the heat of the sun. This gives some notion of the importance of reflecting sunlight to those objects not ordinarily giving forth their own heat or light waves. Planet X, which is now about midway along it its path between its hover point between its foci and the point of passage, is rapidly increasing in brightness. It rivals existing stars on the star charts used as comparisons in the image sessions. It is now appearing, when seen as moon swirls overlapping each other, dead on, as blobs, splotches, so some light is coming from these sources. This light is from Planet X itself, the smoldering brown dwarf warm enough to support life as Earth does, comparable in temperature.

When it reaches the orbit of Saturn, it will be much smaller than the Moon we have placed as comparison during passage. And it will be reddish, blurring about the sides as the moon swirls waft from side to side. It will be seen in the same place by the ignorant public, noted by a farmer in his fields, commented to others, and growing weekly. We expect the establishment to either say nothing, no comment, pretending nothing is there as they cannot explain it, or to float an excuse that it is a comet, or perhaps Mars coming close, these explanations floated out via normally unscientific channels to the man on the street, believable only to the ignorant. But the unique quality of this reddish object, and the accompanying changes, will turn talk to prophecy, as it ought.

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