An American scientist has confirmed that a mysterious new planet, known as Planet Nine (also called Planet X or Nibiru), could harm earth in the coming months due to its alarming approach towards our planet.
Adding to Russia’s fears about this mysterious planet was the secret NASA information about it supplied to Federation authorities by NASA computer expert Lloyd Albright (in 1999) and US astronaut and Navy Captain Lisa Nowak (in 2007) that was so fearful Albright hid himself in cave and Nowak told her Russian interviewers “they won’t tell anyone the truth” and “I’ve never believed the Bible, but now I have to”
The new appendix added today, this report says, comes from Daniel Whitmire, PhD, retired Professor of Physics from the University of Louisiana, who in a scientific paper written for Oxford University’s Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society claims that this mysterious planet, he calls by the ancient Sumerian name of Nibiru, has “all but arrived to our neck of the woods” and that the destruction brought about by its “gravitational trickery” will take place this month, as it’s done numerous times before, every time it passed us by.
Doctor-scientist Whitmire and his colleague, John Matese, first published research on the connection between this mysterious planet and mass extinctions on Earth in the journal Nature in 1985, this report continues, and which, this past January, Caltech researchers estimated its size as being about 10 times the mass of Earth.
However, this report notes, though both Doctor-scientist Whitmire and Caltech researchers agree that this mysterious new planet now exists in our solar system, they disagree on its present orbit.
ADF scientists in their report though note that the “orbital mechanics” of this mysterious planet are less to be considered then the “electromagnetically caused chaos” it will represent in our solar system—which on Earth, they say, could be manifested in violent and increasing earthquakes, massive volcanic explosions, and weather disasters caused by changes (increase/decrease of sun spots) to our Sun, not to mention the hundreds, if not thousands, of asteroids that could impact Earth.
Important to note, this report appendix concludes, is that unlike Western scientists who adhere to the non-proven gravitational theory of our universe, Russian scientists ascribe to the electrical theory creating for these two bodies of experts an “incompatible gulf” of knowledge that cannot ever be bridged.