Planet X: a SMOLDERING Planet
Planet X is not gaseous but solid, planet sized, but has brown dwarf
characteristics in that its core emits both heat and light. It is not a
star, far away but with great intensity of light from the center of the
visible starlight, but is smaller and nearby with a dull glow, so
appears diffuse. As a red dust cloud surrounds the planet, it emits
visible light primarily in the red spectrum.
[Planet X] has both heat and light, generated from
within its core. ... Light only escapes the core where what
is essentially volcanic activity under the water occurs.
ZetaTalk: [Planet X] Glow
It does not shine with the intensity of most stars, but has a dull,
diffuse, glow. It appears to be the last gasp of a dying star, a
faint, blurry, reddish glow. Your eye would pass over it if
attuned to the pin points that are the stars. ...
ZetaTalk: Comet Visible
As the ancients have recorded, [Planet X] is visible as a cross
in the skies, prior to it's passage between the Sun and the
Earth. ... will take on a four-cornered appearance of a cross,
a reddish cross, in the sky. ...
ZetaTalk: Reddish Cross
Feb 7, 2001, Neuchatal observatory, France
"the astronomer reports that they suspect a comet
or a brown dwarf on the process to become a
pulsar since it emits waves"
"If it is really that close, it would be a part of our solar
system," said Dr. James Houck of Cornell University's
Center for Radio Physics and Space Research and a
member of the IRAS science team. "If it is that close,
I don't know how the world's planetary scientists would
even begin to classify it."
Washington Post on 1983 Discovery