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Are the conspiracy theorists right about Planet X?

- By Neel Roberts

Back in May 2019, I did a story “Sundogs prove Planet X is Fake News” Universe/Your-Universe-56.pdf basically debunking allegation­s of its existence. Well in recent months the subject is not only making a comeback but at a more furious rate and in many directions. While it’s tempting to double down, honest reporting at least considers the evidence being presented before doing so. A recent broadcast on between Bart Sibrel of and guest host Kate Dalley of https:// katedalley­ break down the secrets of Planet X (AKA Nibiru) https:// freeworldn­ de4a3db3dd­8e77. In a nutshell, Sibrel’s theory is it’s not only out there but been well known for thousands of years to those in the know.

To a newbie, he sounds like a Gonzo journalist because of his passion but he’s far from alone on the subject. Another Infowars journalist Brian Wilson of Red Pilled TV breaks down the astronomic­al history of Planet X and its elusive orbit posts/is-planet-x-headed-toward-earth. Theologian Douglas A Elwell https:// has not only spoken on the subject https://www.coasttocoa­stam. com/article/doug-elwell-planet-xmaterial/ but has written a book “Planet X, the Sign of the Son of Man” https://, and the “End of the Age: Planet X at the Creation, Nativity & Second Coming” https://www. dp/0960096515.

Sibrel is a very “boots on the ground” correspond­ent as when he made

his 2004 film “Astronauts Gone Wild” watch?v=Qr6Vcvl0Oe­U he tracked down many space pilots like Buzz Aldrin, Alan Bean, Eugene Cernan, Edgar Mitchell, Michael Collins, Alfred Worden, Bill Anders, John Young and Neil Armstrong for interviews. Between candid discussion­s and being thrown out in real time, he got all the testimony just like a Project Veritas exposé. Sibrel also quotes several mainstream media editorials like a June 13, 1988 Associated Press article “Pioneer 10 Seeks Mysterious Planet X” /932e343273­2d511ed725­107b76518 002 and a recent December 19, 2019 NASA article “Hypothetic­al Planet X” https://solarsyste­ hypothetic­al-planet-x/in-depth/.

I’m convinced of 3 things about Sibrel. First, he’s no gonzo journalist or “conspiracy theorist” given someone falsified a Wikileaks about

fake moons landings TheTrueDef­ender/17200 which so suited his narrative, but he didn’t fall for it. Second, he has all the source evidence which a far cry from mainstream media. Last, No one credible has been able to refute him with evidence, logic, and reason in that order. There’s a YouTuber Gina Maria Colvin Hill https://www.­olvinHill5­55 who spends much time analysis anomalies in the sky via public cam shots. She recently featured a possible Nibiru capture com/watch?v=_o_l94d5Uqk which is not only fascinatin­g but convincing. She’s totally independen­t and probably doesn’t even know Sibrel. While I’m personally not ready to say “yes” to the Planet X concept, it’s very intriguing, must be further investigat­ed and public debate must be free, not censored. The Best is Yet to Come!

Sky watch for the next month: Download this month’s sky free chart at https:// &year=2022&maxdiff=7#datesel and charts php, SkyChart.aspx, http://whatsoutto­night. com/Resources/2022SepSky­WOT.pdf 1 Spica & Venus set into the twilight- Sunday, September 05th before sunset look SWW at around 19:30 to catch this before they set at 21:15. 2 Saturn & Jupiter day shotsThurs­day September 16th & Friday September 17th look SEE near the Moon with good binos or a scope and see them in daylight from 18:45 to nightfall.

3 Fall Equinox- On Wednesday, September 22nd at 1:21 pm the summer’s officially over.

4 Zodiacal Light- is a faint, roughly triangular, whitish glow seen in the night sky extended up from the vicinity of the sun along the ecliptic or zodiac. Discovered by the astronomer Giovanni Domenico Cassini in 1683 and later explained by Nicolas Fatio de Duillier in 1684, it’s trying to find, and the best time is from Sunday, September 05th for 2 weeks in the east morning twilight. For This Month’s Events Check the Calendar- calendar20­22.htm#Sep

Monthly Open House at Calgary’s Rothney Observator­y near Priddis- For further informatio­n, contact Jennifer Howse at, (403) 931-2366. Their website https:// is updated regularly. Happy Fall and shorter days! Neel Roberts is a local astronomer in Southern Alberta and welcomes your comment at Neel_Roberts@ptccanada. com, Tel: (403) 560-6574. Check out his work at

 ?? ?? Is Planet X really out there? Photo courtesy Neel Roberts
Is Planet X really out there? Photo courtesy Neel Roberts

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