### Re: Planet X: the PASSAGE Path

```In Article  <4Vdc9.3\$ty6.32571@vicpull1.telstra.net> GD wrote:
> In article <3D70D940.C2D08562@zetatalk.com>, ZetaTalk says...
>>
>> The Zetas have given specifics...
>>     When one is looking toward Orion ... the Sun will be
>>     to the right.
>
> Sorry, but this isnt very specific.    It'll depend on
> whether the viewer is in the northern or southern
> hemisphere.

You’re right, and if one is looking toward the dawning Sun, it will be
to the right but if the SETTING Sun, oops.  This was written in response
to Jack, at West Point on the East Coast, so needs to be corrected for a
global audience.  Thanks for pointing this out, GD.
http://www.zetatalk.com/theword/tword03y.htm

>>    The Earth, Sun, and [Planet X] will thus
>>    form a triangle in the Earth's orbital plane with a 23
>>    degree angle at the Earth, an 18 degree angle at the
>>    Sun, and a 139 degree angle at [Planet X].
>>
>>    This is reflected in distance as 1.2598 times the orbital
>>    diameter of Pluto, or two and one-half times the distance
>>    from your Sun to this farthest known planet which you
>>    call Pluto.
>
> And these two sentences dont agree with other.

But they are not talking about the same MOMENT.  The latter quote is
after a sentence describing a 9.7 week time period  START.  The first
part of the quote, the Point of Passage.

In article <3D70D940.C2D08562@zetatalk.com>, ZetaTalk said...
>    When [Planet X] is passing your Sun it is moving
>    rapidly, the time spent within your outer planet Saturn's
>    orbit a mere 3 months. ... [Planet X] pulls
>    down and away from your Sun only at the last minute.
>    This is reflected in time as the last 9.7 weeks or 68 days.
>    This is reflected in distance as 1.2598 times the orbital
>    diameter of Pluto, or two and one-half times the distance
>    from your Sun to this farthest known planet which you
>    call Pluto.
>         ZetaTalk™: Entry Angle
>            (http://www.zetatalk.com/science/s31.htm)```