Tuesday, February 13, 2018

The Planets of Nemesis

There are of course skeptics in the Nemesis/Nibiru community, but among those who acknowledge the existence of this entity, a common view is the notion of seven planets accompanying the star. It is therefore kind of odd that the information on these planets are so scarce. We know virtually nothing about their names, their sizes or their mutual order within the star system; or do we?

Ancient observers, Astrologers and Astronomers, didn't necessarily make a distinction between actual stars and "wandering stars", i.e. planets. They were merely observing the appearance of different entities on the sky vault; times, places and circumstances. Planets could have been called stars and vice versa. One "sign" in particular has made a profound impact on indigenous cultures around the world; the Pleiades star system (the Seven Sisters). But what's so special about this particular cluster of stars? They are not even seven in number; six seen by the naked eye but more than 15 when viewed with binoculars! Something's wrong with this picture, it isn't plausible to have tales and legends from the entire globe talk about a fairly insignificant cluster with too many stars.

Hans Konstapel at Constable Research B.V. points at several characteristics associated with The Seven Sisters, as the Greek mythology calls them. Here are just a few examples: The seven stars are connected to the start of the rainy season. There is a link to the 52 year cycle of the Mayan culture and to the cycle of the Precession of the Equinoxes. Also, one of the more obvious relations are found in the symbol of the Menorah; the seven golden lamp stands. Does any of these clues make sense in relation to the Pleiades star system, not really. I contend there must be either a confusion or a deliberate deception going on. The seven stars so widely talked about is of course the seven planets of the Nemesis system, having the appearance of stars, getting visible from Earth each time Nemesis returns. And now, of course, the associated characteristics make much more sense.

Home Planet of the Gods

There is a lot of confusion regarding the labels of certain attributes of the Nemesis system. Is Nibiru the name of the star itself or is this perhaps a name of an actual planet? Well, I used to have "Nibiru" as a working title for the home planet of this system. But Dr. Michael S. Heicher has clearly been able to show that the term "Nibiru", without any doubt, refers to a star. But this leaves the question open; what did the local habitants call their home planet? Having thought about this for some time, taking several aspects into account, I feel the name "ANU" (possibly 'AN') is a strong candidate. Derived from the Sumerian language, it is said to mean "Heaven" or "Sky". Interestingly, the well known term "ANU.NA.KI" seems to indicate beings of ANU, moving to KI, which is Earth. ANU(N) - Those from Heaven, NA - For, KI - Earth. 'Heaven' doesn't  refer to the afterlife, but a very physical yet lofty place.

To dive deeper into this issue, it is revealing to consider the findings of Dr. Scott McQuate, arguing he found the real meaning of the Name of God, which has been encrypted and hidden, all these years. In short, the unlocking goes like this: The Hebrew letters for God, YHWH, must first be transliterated to the Aramaic letters 'IAUA', no vowels being used. From this point, the sequence must be decrypted, i.e. reversed. Now we have the sequence AUAI. This is still not comprehensible, we need three consonants to form a word and these, according to the Author, are N, N and K. Putting them between the vowels makes; ANUNAKI. The "rebels" from ANU came to earth, got stranded and decided to replicate themselves, forming not other ANUNAKI, but independent God-like creatures; Humans. ANUNAKI (plural) are the creator Gods, who came from planet ANU and colonized Earth.

Lost planet names?

What is the name of the rest of the stars, attached to Nemesis/Nibiru? This is something I haven't been able to figure out. At least two of them, maybe three or four, are believed to be gas giants of various shapes and sizes. If you have any information regarding this, please write me a line about it.

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Nemesis, a periodic Pulsar

Information coming from amateur astronomers and independent investigators seem to point in the direction of Nemesis being a Pulsar, a type of Neutron star beaming out light at the magnetic poles. The nature of the pulses are of an extremely low frequency (~1 rev/min) suggesting in this case that the star is very old. Naturally, the rotational speed of a newly formed Neutron star is much higher than that of a "Senior Neutron star". Nemesis is likely a "periodic pulsar", meaning it is dormant for the most part, only being active when in the close proximity of our Sun.

The Magnetic Axis of a Pulsar typically differs from the Spin Axis. This is what produces the pulsing effect. The beams of light from the magnetic poles are likely caused by particles of high energy, emitting light when forced along the magnetic field lines, focusing in the magnetic pole areas of the star.

Even though the Magnetic Axis wobbles, there is still a general direction in the magnetic field polarity of the Pulsar. This direction follows the Spin Axis. In the case of Nemesis, what is magnetic "North and South" will come out perfectly clear to the planets of the Solar System. The wobble might cause an overall unrest though, planets may experience seismic activity, causing earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.

Nemesis Aphelion point

At the Aphelion point in the binary system of Nemesis and Sol, Nemesis performs a strange turn. One would expect the Spin Axis of the star to be at a 90 degree angle compared to its orbit, this is not the case with Nemesis. Nemesis orbit appears to be tilted some 60 degrees in comparison with the Solar Ecliptic but since Nemesis has a another tilt, this time relative to its own orbit, the angle of inclination will settle at 30 degrees. This will bring the Spin Axis of Nemesis generally pointing in a North-South direction, in relation to the Solar Ecliptic. (Not taking the Precession of the Equinoxes into account).

When Nemesis reaches the Aphelion point, the rate and direction of spin will stay exactly the same, but the Spin Axis will slowly start to turn and perform a 180 degree roll; magnetic north will turn south and vice versa. This is the crux of the matter when it comes to Nemesis destructive potential.

In the image above, we see Nemesis entering at the right side. It is tilted 30 degrees in comparison to its own orbit, the Spin Axis at this stage pointing directly towards the Ecliptic plane. Now the star begins to turn, tipping the Axis to compensate the directional change. At the end of the Aphelion, Nemesis has completed its roll but now the South Axis is pointing in the direction of the Ecliptic. The spin direction remained the same all the time but since the entire star is now upside down, the spin will appear to have reversed when Nemesis re-encounters the Solar System planets. And since the magnetic poles correspond to the general direction of the Spin Axis, a magnetic Pole reversal has taken place as well. Our binary system is quite frankly not a stable environment.

Nemesis Perihelion point

The situation when Nemesis rises above the Ecliptic, reaching its Perihelion point, is quite different. Here, the star just gently halts in its movement. No tipping of the Spin Axis occurs, and thus, the magnetic poles remain unaltered. (Again, not taking the factor concerning the Precession of the Equinoxes into account, which alters the orbit of Nemesis and thereby the angle of the Spin Axis).

The situation is just as if you had a ball, tossing it into the air and filming it in slow motion. The ball would move up, halting for a while in its highest position, then falling down again. Thus it is like with Nemesis; the star reaches the peak in its orbit, standing as Hyperborea, the Night star of the North. Then begins the journey down, past the Sun and into the deep Abyss, below the Ecliptic. The plasma cord it had developed towards the Sun breaks. The pulsing light from the magnetic pole areas withers and flicker out. But you never know, there are rumors about the dark Sun at one time regaining its luminosity. Can a dark Sun flare up to light again; that would be a wondrous event!

Sunday, February 4, 2018

Gas Clouds of Nemesis

Aside from the debris field of Nemesis, containing asteroids and rocks of various sizes, the star also carries large gas clouds. These clouds probably formed at the time of Nemesis collapse to its present state. The consistency and properties of this star aura in fact has tremendous implications in regards to the passing of Nemesis through our Solar System. Depending on the closeness of the star to our planet Earth, a variety of negative and even hazardous effects may occur.

In the schematic illustration above, we see Nemesis (Red) belching out large plumes of Ferric oxide (Orange) into the neighborhood. This Iron oxide dust (chemical formula Fe2O3) has ferromagnetic properties, which will result in the major part of the ejected material returning back again to the highly magnetic star. Red dust from Nemesis are expected to fall down to Earth sometime after the arrival of the global earthquake. Lakes, rivers and streams will likely turn red for some time. Though this dust has no substantial toxicity, the waters might still be undrinkable due to bacterial growth, causing an unpleasant stench. Fish and sea creatures might die from suffocation in shallow ponds and streams. The impact of the red dust will eventually fade away and waters will return to normal.

Another cloud, surrounding Nemesis like a bubble (Black), are believed to contain different varieties of hydrocarbons, the main one being Methane (CH4). It is when Nemesis, during a close passage of Earth) brings its hydrogen cloud in direct contact with Earth's atmosphere that certain things may take place. The chemical reaction of "Hydrocarbon combustion" describes the conversion in the following formula: CH4 + 2O2 → CO2 + 2H2O. Methane reacts with Oxygen to form Carbon dioxide, Water and heat. During this event, burning Naphtha might fall from the skies.

On other occasions, large quantities of Carbon dioxide may drift down into valleys and depressions, placing itself below the existing oxygen layers. This can prove fatal, because the gas has no smell or taste, unsuspecting people may actually suffocate in their sleep. From the Bible we remember the decree by God to mark or "seal the doors" during the Passover (of Nemesis) in order to prevent "The Angel of Death" taking victims. The rite of having unleavened bread might actually be a symbol of "No Yeast", since the yeast in the making of bread releases Carbon dioxide, giving the bread the fluffiness needed to bake it out. God is telling his people to be aware and avoid harm.

 The last gaseous cloud (Grey) of Nemesis is a layer of Hydrogen, surrounding the Hydrogen bubble and stretching out to form a large tail behind the star. It primarily consists of the three common isotopes Protium, Deuterium and Tritium. The concern for Earth is when our planet gets in the path of this Hydrogen cloud for a period of time. It is during this intersection that Hydrogen from Nemesis will start to react with the Oxygen in Earth's atmosphere. The chemical formula (2H2 + O2 → 2H2O + Energy) describes how four Hydrogen atoms merges with two Oxygen atoms to form Water and energy. The reaction doesn't start easily or by itself but in the pressure zone where Earth meets with the Nemesis Hydrogen cloud, large amounts of water will form and rain down on Earth. It is likely that this is part of what happened during the time of Noah, when it rained for 40 days and 40 nights.