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  • Wow! that is amazing. The year 2012 is of great significance to ALOT of people. I've read and heard of multiple prophesies regarding a whole new world order and I asked myself why they were all aimed at 2012!?
  • I made some research about it. Here the Video The return of the 12th planet (Nibiru) Pt.3 of 3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8pZhEU6jA5o Wikipedia presents this a non scientific: "Hypothetical planetary object (non-scientific)" "There are a number of planets or planetary bodies whose existence is not supported by scientific evidence, but which are occasionally believed to exist by pseudoscientists, conspiracy theorists or certain religious groups. Some were proposed early in philosophical history, and perhaps belong more to protoscience than pseudoscience, while others were formed in direct conflict with current scientific consensus." "- Planets proposed by Zecharia Sitchin In recent years, the work of Zecharia Sitchin has garnered much attention among ufologists, ancient astronaut theorists and conspiracy theorists. He claims to have uncovered, through his own retranslations of Sumerian texts, evidence that the human race was visited by a group of extraterrestrials from a distant planet in our own Solar System. Part of his theory lies in an astronomical interpretation of the Sumerian creation myth, the Enuma Elish, in which he replaces the names of gods with hypothetical planets. However, since the principal evidence for Sitchin's claims lies in his own personally derived etymologies and not on any scholarly agreed interpretations (including scholars among the Sumerians themselves), his theories remain at most pseudoscience to the vast majority, if not the totality, of academics. Sitchin's theory proposes the planets Tiamat and Nibiru. Tiamat supposedly existed between Mars and Jupiter. He postulated that it was a thriving world in a much differently shaped solar system, with jungles and oceans, whose orbit was disrupted by the arrival of a large planet or very small star (less than twenty times the size of Jupiter) which passed through the solar system between 65 million and four billion years ago. The new orbits caused Tiamat to collide with one of the moons of this object, which is known as Nibiru. The debris from this collision are thought by the theory's proponents to have variously formed the asteroid belt, the moon, and the current incarnation of the planet Earth. To the Babylonians, Nibiru was the celestial body or region sometimes associated with the god Marduk. The word is Akkadian and the meaning is uncertain. Because of this, the hypothetical planet Nibiru is sometimes also referred to as Marduk. Sitchin hypothesizes it as a planet in a highly elliptic orbit around the Sun, with a perihelion passage some 3,600 years ago and assumed orbital period of about 3,600 to 3,760 years or 3,741 years, he also claims it was the home of a technologically advanced human-like alien race, the Anunnaki, which would have visited Earth in search of gold particles." Source and further information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nibiru_%28hypothetical_planet%29 Further information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zecharia_Sitchin http://www.sitchin.com/ http://web.archive.org/web/20011024193745/www.metatron.se/asitch.html (Interview with Sitchin)
  • read geoff stray´s book `past 2012` and look at www.diagnosis2012.co.uk for ALL the theories about 2012.

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