By Andy Lloyd ©

Ancient history teaches us that early Man didn’t see the world as we do.  That’s obvious.  But what’s not quite so obvious, or publicly discussed by experts, is just how totally weird their world-view was.  You’d have difficulty trying to come up with a religious or mythical system more bizarre and lacking in common sense.  The Sumerian system was the first, and arguably what the rest of the Indo-European systems were based on. 12th Planet theory is full of crazy stories that just happen to explain an awful lot of stuff that conventional science can’t.  Truth is sometimes stranger than fiction, but there is one over-riding problem with the theory.

Many astronomers have sought in vain for Planet X, or Nemesis.  Perturbations in the movements of Neptune and Pluto suggest that something is indeed out there but, if it is, then it remains elusive.  Even if another planet was to be found, then I have an even greater problem with the theory as it stands.  How could a human-like being possibly evolve on a planet devoid of the light and heat of a near-by star?  This seems a fundamental problem that Zecharia Sitchin simply evades.The answer to this problem may lie in the Sumerian texts themselves.  The Sun and Moon were counted as planets.  Now this is most peculiar until one recognises the modern model of planets and stars at work here.  In between the two are ”planets” the same size as Jupiter that have a greater mass.  They aren’t quite massive enough to become full-blown stars and therefore inhabit a grey area between planets and stars.  This category of celestial bodies is known as Brown Dwarfs.  They emit a lot of heat, but very little light.

I suggest that the Sumerians were in fact describing a brown dwarf when they discussed the 12th planet, and that the grey category of starlet was known to them.  Furthermore, the “gods” evolved on a planet-like moon in close orbit around the brown dwarf, Nibiru, gaining the precious light and heat from its close proximity.

This may not be as unlikely as it initially sounds.  Astronomers (Drs Murray and Matese) have recently calculated that the behaviour of long-range comets would indicate the presence of a massive celestial body between us and the nearest star shaking things up out there.  It could be an, as yet, undetected brown dwarf, they say.  An expert on brown dwarfs has recently confirmed to me that this is not beyond the realm of possibility.  Also, many of the recently discovered extra-solar planets have been found to have elliptical orbits, despite their great size.  Perhaps the same is true of Nibiru.

You heard it here first.  If a brown dwarf is detected, then I’ll wager that it has moons around it, and exhibits a bizarre elliptical orbit that brings it into the outer Solar System every 3600 years or so.  I’ll also bet that its last “crossing” occured 2000 years ago, and Nibiru, the miniscule starlet, was the Star of Bethlehem.  Mad stuff, but a possibility nonetheless.  Perhaps the Nordics are the gods of old, revisiting the strange world they left behind.

God help us if they are; I recommend you look into some of Sitchin’s books to see what I mean!