Given the changes from February 2001 to January 2002, where the anxious public went from needing to go to an observatory to view, to getting their hands on
infrared imaging equipment to image, what can the public expect going into Winter 2003? We described Planet X as dithering at the mid-point for most of its
journey, and only barely moving from this point even in 2000. Some motion was apparent in that many contactees were aware they could view the inbound planet
at observatories, in February 2001. Likewise, there was confidence in imaging in January 2002, where discussion of this in February 2001 was not strong.
We have stated that the planet increases speed exponentially, on approach. Thus, humans attempting to put numbers to our words, and ascertain distance, have created Charts. These are not our distance charts, but human charts. In fact, there are some key errors in these charts, as where the planet increases speed exponentially, it also has points where it slows. Thus, taking off from the mid-point, the dither point, is faster than the human chart anticipates. The approach, to the edge of the solar system, is thus faster than expected. But the Repulsion Force clicks in at the edge of the Solar System. Why would it not? What do you suppose is keeping those outer planets from floating into the Sun? Thus, the brakes come on about 7 weeks ahead of the shift [Note: see 2003 Date explanation], when it enters the outer solar system edges. It is going slower, when passing through the orbit of Saturn, edge to edge, than it was upon approach! Thus, a rapid increase in size and visibility as in brightness will occur during the Fall of 2002 and into the Winter months following.
To anticipate just when amateurs can with assurance see Planet X in the night sky, look at the image taken on January 19th in France. Compare the blur that is Planet X to neighboring stars. If, before dawn, in the hour and hours before dawn, you cannot see all these stars clearly, then you surely cannot see Planet X clearly. Attempts are being made to convince the American public that viewing can occurs as early as July, but this is a known falsehood. Those behind this disinformation, or should we say lack of information, are hoping a large hooting and name calling sessions prolongs the period when the elite will be safe from demands for information. ZetaTalk discredited, not by our words, but by the words of others assuring amateurs that they can see it in July, or August. Was it not last year at this time, that Charlene was ridiculed by David Tholen for trying to sight Planet X pre-dawn? His ridicule was for her, but lets now turn this on Open Minded, who is proposing the same thing! What is good for the goose, is good for the gander. Thus, we suggest that Viewing in Fall, at the earliest, be the rule and rumor, not Summer viewing, which is quite impossible given the nature of the object, Planet X, and the red light spectrum it is viewed within.