By Dave Gregory

Planets of the Solar System
Planets of the Solar System

As we put together many articles from various publications through the past decades the discovery is made that correlates to the findings of ZECHARIA SITCHIN that has been discussed in a previous article, his research into the study of the Tablets of the Ancient Sumerian Civilization which was the first organized urban development on planet earth, leads to the conclusion that the Sumerians were instructed on how to organize their civilization by beings from another planet. All religions that sprang forth on the planet can be traced back to the Sumerians and their many 1000’s of written tablets, the stories correlate to the stories that the Greeks, the Romans and the Old Testament put forth, which came thousands of years after the Sumerian tablets.

If you have read any of Zecharia Sitchin “THE END OF DAYS”, you’ll remember that the Anunnaki built several facilities for their space port, usually after the destruction of previous ones by one means or another, the interesting note, is the last one they built was the location were Jerusalem now sits and below you’ll see a UFO flying over the Temple Mount (Dome of the Rock) in Jerusalem, the year was 2011.

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By JOHN NOBLE WILFORD Published: July 1, 1987 The two Pioneer spacecraft traveling far beyond the known planets have failed to find any evidence to support speculation that a 10th planet is out there somewhere, but that does not necessarily settle the matter, a space scientist reported yesterday.
If there is a large planet toward the edge of the Solar System, said the scientist, John Anderson of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, it must be traveling in an elongated orbit nearly at a right angle to the orbits of the other planets. Such an orbit would bring the planet near the rest of the Solar System only every 700 to 1,000 years, he said.
Dr. Anderson described this new hypothesis for the possible existence of what some astronomers have called Planet X at a news conference at the Ames Research Center in Mountain View, Calif. The center is directing the flights of the Pioneer 10 and 11 spacecraft, which are more than four billion miles out from the Sun on courses taking them eventually into interstellar space. Planetary Puzzle
Astronomers have long searched for Planet X to account for puzzling observations showing perturbations in the orbits of Uranus and Neptune. These wobbles indicated that some large, distant object was exerting a gravitational tug on the known outer planets. The search led in 1930 to the discovery of Pluto, but it was found to be too small to be disturbing the orbits of Uranus and Neptune.