By Andy Lloyd ©
A New Periodicity for Nibiru
One of Alan Alford’s problems with the 12th Planet theory is the exact count of 3600 Earth years for Nibiru’s orbit of the Sun. I agree. The sexagessimal numbering system used by the Sumerians certainly supports this exact number, but perhaps it was simply an approximation. After all, the Annunaki would not have adopted a numbering system based upon the passage of time on an alien planet, i.e. the Earth. It seems to be a tool given to the human population to enable us to predict the next passing of Nibiru, designed with our viewpoint in mind. Thus, the exact periodicity of Nibiru is open to question, and fundamentally important in predicting the orbit of Nibiru, which I believe to be a brown dwarf.
My argument is simple. The Jewish calendar starts in 3760 B.C. and corresponds to the Nippurian calendar, which Zecharia Sitchin assumes to be the time of Anu’s state visit to Earth. Let us assume then that this corresponds to Nibiru’s perihelion between Mars and Jupiter, enabling the closest travel between the Annunaki’s home world and ours. The Hebrews consider this to be the point when the world began, and this is understandable if one interprets the state visit as the point of withdrawal of the Annunaki’s influence on the Earth. In other words, they left Earth on that date, and the history of humankind as an independent civilisation then began. This is what is meant by declaring this year as the start of the world. Like abandoned children, we were left to fend for ourselves.
But the Annunaki left systems in place throughout the world so that humans could calculate the date of the return of the 12th Planet. I suggest that the Hebrew concept of the Messiah is wrapped up in this, that Mankind would be saved from itself when Nibiru passes by once more. Perhaps a prophecy was left that a son of God would arrive at that time, and the high priests of the Sumerians were given data as to where the Messiah would arise. If Nibiru is the Star of Bethlehem, then the Three Wise Men from the East could well have been Mesopotamian clerics who awaited the arrival of Nibiru and set off for the land where the prophecy was to take place. They “followed” the star because the were literally followers of the religion that called that star ‘Lord’, in other words Marduk or Nibiru.
Jesus is then literally the son of god. He is a demigod, the son of a human woman of the Royal House of David with one of the Annunaki , later interpreted as the Angel Gabriel. And he, too, was then temporarily abandoned by the Annunaki to his fate on Earth. He had a task to complete, which would have been made clear to him by the gods during his time in the desert. Like Gilgamesh, Jesus may have been mortal, but given his fate I think it likely that he was more god-like, hence surviving the crucifixion which normal mortals would have found fatal. Eventually, he had finished his task and was picked up by one of the Annunaki’s flying vehicles during the Ascension.
Jesus was probably born in 4 B.C. according to modern scholars. This corresponds to the next perihelion of Nibiru, giving it a periodicity of 3760 minus 4, equalling 3756 years. From this one can predict that the next perihelion will be in the year 3751 A.D., taking into account that there was no Year Zero. This date could then correspond to the Second Coming of the Lord, meaning Nibiru. If Jesus has the same life-span as the Annunaki, then he is also still alive and could return one day.
If the brown dwarf in the comet cloud is located by modern astronomers, then I would predict its highly elliptical orbit to have a periodicity of 3756 years.