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Re: Planet X Question

In Article <> Michael L. Cunningham wrote:
> Shall I list the asteroids in that same general area of
> the sky that are showing no deviations from their orbits?

Michael, if the asteroids were inclined to pull toward a planet inbound
some 18.74 Sun-Pluto distances away, then why not toward Jupiter or
Mars, etc.?  In fact, trash DOES become caught in the tail of Planet X
during its passages through the Asteroid Belt, or becomes one of its
moons.  Some existing ZetaTalk on the matter.

    Indeed, the last passage was closer than the pending
    one in 2003. This is why we have stated that the crust
    shift during the prior shift was less than will be
    anticipated in 2003, as no sooner had the core started
    to shift, it moved to align with the passing Planet X.
    What happens on such close passage? There is a great
    deal of trash that trails behind Planet X, caught in its
    gravity field. Several moons, and lesser objects such as
    boulders and dust. There are likewise asteroid from the
    Asteroid Belt which attach during a passage, but can
    be torn away when a passage close to another
    gravitational object occurs. These minor objects assume
    new orbits, in many cases around more than one planet
    if they are in close proximity to each other at the time,
    and finally to become disconnected or to assume what
    is termed a Near Earth Orbit object. How do you
    suppose they got into those orbits in the first place?
        ZetaTalk™, Near Earth Asteroids

    The Asteroid Belt, full of gravel and boulders, did not
    get there by accident. When your Solar System, forming
    matter, was into clumping matter together, and did not
    overlook this one little orbit around this one little Sun
    for some odd reason. For those who argue otherwise, we
    ask why all the other planetary orbits are free of this
    scatter, and why the Earth is lopsided, the land in the
    main on one side and the waters in the main on the other.
    The two relate. Long before there was highly evolved life
    on the Earth, it rode that orbit, which happened to be
    smack dab in the path of [Planet X]. In due time, more
    than violent pole shifts and wobbly orbits resulted, a
    monumental collision between the emerging Earth and
    a traveling moon drawn along by the gravitational pull
    of [Planet X] occurred. This collision did not just
    involve the emerging Earth, then almost entirely a water

    Your Solar System had several more planets in orbit
    than it does today, in orbit close enough to the Asteroid
    Belt to be considered within it, many of these planets
    were larger than the Earth.. Just as [Planet X] drags
    behind it many moons,these planets also had moons, so
    the field was crowded during [Planet X]'s periodic
    passage. The repulsion force prevents large object of a
    similar size from impact, because the flow of gravity
    particles acts like a firehose pointed toward one another,
    the colliding spray of the particle flow pushing back
    and away, at the same time the return flow of these
    gravity articles is pulling the two planets toward each
    other. But when any inequity of size exists, the repulsion
    force weakens. The greater the inequity, the greater the
    weakness. The firehose from the smaller object is
    overwhelmed by the return flow of gravity particles
    returning to the larger object. Thus, a large boulder
    would drop to Earth, but your Moon does not.

    The Asteroid Belt was created when trash in
    [Planet X]'s tail crashed into moons of some of the
    large planet in the Asteroid Belt, putting them in
    motion so that they became missiles directed at other
    planets. Eventually with all this bumping around in a
    crowded field, the inequity was great enough, the size
    disproportionate enough, that shattering of a small
    planet occurred. Magma sprayed outward in a burst,
    creating hardened magma in space which then itself
    became a missile on the move. Once begun, this
    process accelerates, creating increasing incidences
    where a piece of trash is large enough to shatter a
    planet. The planets disintegrate not because the
    missile is so large it physically breaks it apart, but
    because the molten core is opened, forcefully, and
    the lava pushed outward in a plume by the missile.
    Now the crust implodes, and the repercussions of this
    cause more magma plumes, so that the planet
    eventually does not have the mass to prevent a
    collision, by virtue of a repulsion force. Thus these
    wasted shells eventually collide with each other,
    breaking them into what you now term asteroids.

    Matter went in every direction and the impacts were
    fierce. Shattered matter, moving at differing speeds,
    bumping into each other and slinging off into
    different directions, were missiles of death for some
    time. One disaster followed another, until at last
    there were no more hapless planets to be pelted into
    pieces. The Earth, her waters scattered more readily
    than her bulk, wobbled out of orbit at the initial
    impact. Her wobble took her, eventually, into her
    present orbit, closer to the Sun. Here she has
    formed her present oval shape bit by bit, under the
    periodic visits of her larger brother, [Planet X], who
    gives her no peace. She is still attempting to fill in
    the gaping hole, the scar from that devastating
    impact, the gaping expanse between the Americas
    and the Pacific Rim - the broad Pacific Ocean.
        ZetaTalk™, Asteroid Belt

    In the Arizona desert lies a perfect meteor crater,
    unaffected by the erosion that comes from washing
    water. Looking at a map of the Americas, one
    wonders about the circle that the Gulf of Mexico
    forms. And a close look at the Moon reveals many
    dust softened meteor craters. Humans comfort
    themselves by explaining that these impacts happened
    long ago, when the Solar System was forming, but the
    Arizona desert was once a sea bed, and meteor craters u
    nder water soon lose their edges, melting into the mush
    of the sea bed. These craters were not made by comets,
    the balls of ice sent flying when the water planets in the
   Asteroid Belt were pelted to pieces. Comets lack the
    solid substance. Nor were these craters made by the
    trash now floating in the Asteroid Belt, for if this trash
    were going to move out of the niche it has found it would
    have done so promptly after becoming trash. During the
    time when the Earth rode a different track, located within
    the Asteroid Belt, collisions were frequent. The Earth
    was not the first water planet to be pelted by one of
    [Planet X]'s traveling moons, and once the breakup
    started there were missiles going in every direction
    for some time. When the Earth sustained her great
    wound where the Pacific Ocean now pools, she was not
    struck just once, but was pelted repeatedly, even with
    her own flying fragments. Her waters scattered, the
    remaining waters pooling in her wounds, and thus the
    soft sea bed that is now the rock hard soil of the Arizona
    desert easily molded into an impact impression, later to
    dry and harden, and soften no more.
        ZetaTalk™, Meteors