# Table of Distances

Where a guide, the original Table of Distances by Robert was not accurate, per the Zetas, as it assumed an exponential increase in speed all the way to the Sun. The replacement table below by J assumes exponential speed to Saturn's orbit, thense a 3 month passage across this orbit. See the Distance Guide for the math formula used.

Where human math, using our statements as a guide, has attempted to pinpoint the location of Planet X during the months preceding the shift, the distance and speed cannot be computed steadily, as Planet X deals with more than the gravity pull of the Sun and the Repulsion Force invoked as it nears the Sun, during its passage. Where the human math attempts are a reasonable guideline, here is where it must be adjusted for deviation. ... The speed of passage is: at first slow as the gravity particles pulling it toward the Sun are scarcely more than the gravity particles pulling it toward the dark twin; exponentially faster as the gravity particles increase at this rate the closer Planet X gets to the Sun; without impediment when afar from the solar system as represented by the planets orbiting the Sun, alone; increasing in essence at an exponential speed when approaching this solar system complex; decreased dramatically at about the orbit of Mars by the braking action of the Repulsion Force, at last strong enough to counter the inbound plunge toward the Sun; slow to a floating rate so that it floats past the Earth during the week of rotation stoppage, which is the point it is also floating past the Sun, rather than zoom past. ... Where the speed of Planet X is suffient to move it from one side of Saturn's orbit to the other in 3 short months, it slows while close to the Sun.
ZetaTalk™: Slowing Influences (dated May 18, 2002)
`Distance to Saturn's Orbit`
```    INFLECTION DATA
DIST.    WKS LEFT
11.71       13
7           9.7
1.23        7.1
0.886       6

COMPUTED  DATE     PX DISTANCE (from our Sun)
WKS LEFT           BILLION MILES
13     13-Feb    11.71
12.5   16-Feb    11.89
12     20-Feb    11.64
11.5   23-Feb    11.03
11     27-Feb    10.15
10.5   02-Mar     9.04
10     06-Mar     7.79
9.5   09-Mar     6.46
9     13-Mar     5.13
8.5   16-Mar     3.86
8.4   17-Mar     3.62    Pluto = 3.67 bil miles
8     20-Mar     2.72    Neptune = 2.79 bil miles
7.5   23-Mar     1.79
7.4   24-Mar     1.63    Uranus = 1.78 bil miles
7.2   25-Mar     1.35
7.1   26-Mar     1.23    Red Cross of Px seen in sky
7     27-Mar     1.12
6.5   30-Mar     0.8
6     03-Apr     0.89    Saturn = 0.886 bil miles```
`Distance During Passage:`
```    INFLECTION DATA
DIST.    WKS LEFT
1.2        7
0.886      6
-0.08       0
-0.886     -6

COMPUTED  DATE     PX DISTANCE (from our Sun)
WKS LEFT           BILLION MILES
7.1   26-Mar     1.23    Red Cross of Px seen visibly during day
6.9   27-Mar     1.17
6.7   29-Mar     1.1
6.5   30-Mar     1.04
6.3   31-Mar     0.97
6.1   02-Apr     0.91    Saturn = 0.886 bil miles
5.9   03-Apr     0.86
5.7   05-Apr     0.8
5.5   06-Apr     0.75
5.3   07-Apr     0.7
5.1   09-Apr     0.65
4.9   10-Apr     0.61
4.7   12-Apr     0.56
4.5   13-Apr     0.52    Jupiter = 0.484 bil miles
4.3   14-Apr     0.48
4.1   16-Apr     0.44
3.9   17-Apr     0.41
3.7   19-Apr     0.37
3.5   20-Apr     0.34
3.3   21-Apr     0.31
3.1   23-Apr     0.28
2.9   24-Apr     0.25
2.7   26-Apr     0.22
2.5   27-Apr     0.19
2.3   28-Apr     0.16    Mars = 0.141 bil miles
2.1   30-Apr     0.14
1.9   01-May     0.12
1.7   03-May     0.09
1.5   04-May     0.07
1.3   05-May     0.05
1.1   07-May     0.03
0.9   08-May     0.01
0.7   10-May    -0.01
0.5   11-May    -0.03
0.3   12-May    -0.05
0     15-May    -0.08    Px crosses elliptic
-0.2   16-May    -0.092   closest approach of Px to earth
-0.4   17-May    -0.12    (WITHIN 14 MILLION MILES)
-0.6   19-May    -0.14
-0.8   20-May    -0.15
-1     22-May    -0.17
-1.2   23-May    -0.19
-1.4   24-May    -0.21
-1.6   26-May    -0.23
-1.8   27-May    -0.25
-2     29-May    -0.27
-2.2   30-May    -0.29
-2.4   31-May    -0.31
-2.6   02-Jun    -0.33
-2.8   03-Jun    -0.36
-3     05-Jun    -0.38
-3.2   06-Jun    -0.41
-3.4   07-Jun    -0.43
-3.6   09-Jun    -0.46
-3.8   10-Jun    -0.49
-4     12-Jun    -0.51
-4.2   13-Jun    -0.54
-4.4   14-Jun    -0.58
-4.6   16-Jun    -0.61
-4.8   17-Jun    -0.64
-5     19-Jun    -0.68
-5.2   20-Jun    -0.72
-5.4   21-Jun    -0.76
-5.6   23-Jun     -0.8   12 weeks have passed for Px
-5.8   24-Jun    -0.84   touching Saturn's orbital path twice
-6     26-Jun    -0.89   the other side of saturn's orbit = .886 bil miles```
`J`