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Planet X Glow: Zetas RIGHT Again!

The Zetas descibed Planet X, at the very start of ZetaTalk in 1995, to
be emitting light from its deep ocean rifts, and to have more water than
land surface.  As written at the start of ZetaTalk, in 1995.

    The light is diffused in the atmosphere, and returns
    to the land surface, but emerges from the core to
    interact with the atmosphere only via the surface of
    the deep oceans, which cover the majority of the
    planet's surface. ... Light only escapes the core where
    what is essentially volcanic activity under the water
    occurs. Of course, this would occur if there was
    volcanic activity on the land surface of the planet,
    but there is little land surface, and this long ago
    hardened. Volcanic activity would not be on the
    surface of the Earth, either, should her proportion of
    water to land be increased. Water is pooling in the
    low spots, and the low spots have less hardened
    surface mantle as a barrier. Thin places break, and
    give release to the pressure from the churning molten
    core. The oceans of [Planet X], therefore, have places
    where diffused light is rising.
        ZetaTalk™: [Planet X] Glow

In recent closeup photos of the Planet X corpus, taken in both Germany
and France, DARK areas, the land mass where light is NOT emitting, are
smaller in area than the light emitting areas, the oceans.  BOTH photos
show the same complex!

    Since a bit of time I am tracking this forum (.....), I found that
    via an astronomical-forum. at first I was skeptic to the
    PX-theme. Thus I decided to try to find them in space. I
    own a 8" (20cm) reflector-telescope, with which this
    should be possible. Since some days here in
    north-Germany we have fine weather, sky's clear but
    pretty thick fog soup sometimes. Yesterday (28.03) a
    light, foggy object hit my eye. First I thought a galaxy
    or comet - but my starmap-programme didn't showed me
    in anything in this area. I wondered if this could be PX
    in fact some people argued to see it with eye's only. I
    pulled my webcam and adapted it to my scope and got
    a AVI-movie with 900 pictures. I added those pictures
    with astrostack together (summary process to increase
    brightness and contrast) finally removed with
    Corel-Photopaint the noise. The picture below is the
    result. What are you guessing? I can't believe this is
    PX but I found no other coincedence. Will look next
    days again.
        Germany 900 AVI Pic Summary, Mar 31, 2003

    I put into the [tt-watch] photo directory a picture taken
    last friday in France, near Aldebaran. The presumed
    Planet X complex is circled, and quite visible. The
    only thing I can say is that I fully trust the person
    (Stephane) who took the picture, and that for me it
    is the first proof.

    The specs are:
          - site : St-Sulpice-le-Guéretois 23 (ses environs)
          - numerical camera SONY F717
          - zoom 20x
          - aperture 2.4
          - time delay : 5 s (pour ce cliché)
          - resolution : 2560x1920
          - coding : TIF
          - volume : 14403 Ko
         France, Apr 7, 2003

Zetas RIGHT Again!