The Ancients spoke of
a very special member of our solar system, not so much known to modern man.
Perhaps a mini-sun in the making, perhaps only a recurrent visitor of death.
This object; Nemesis, Nibiru, Ashar, Marduk or
Hercolubus; can we grasp its nature?
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Reflection on the Nibiru mystery.
The Scholars Immanuel Velikovsky and
Zecharia Sitchin have done a tremendous amount of work. This has allowed us
to reach a better understanding of the illusive Nibiru. There is no need to
repeat what they have stated since I almost entirely agree with their basic
concepts. Furthermore, the Internet is crowded with as much information on
the subject as anybody could want. I only wish to add a few more pieces to
In this essay, I will talk about the dark companion of our sun. There has
been some confusion if the name 'Nibiru' refers to the star itself or one of
its planets. From this point I will refer to the star as Nibiru and to the
inhabited planet of this system as 'Anu'. The star Nibiru is believed to harbor at least seven major planets, together with a
cloud of asteroids, gravel, dust and hydrocarbon components. This text is
mainly concentrating on the star itself and its specific behavior.
Nibiru and our Sun
I do no longer believe the sun to be the predominant gravitational factor of
our solar system. At this point I hold the star Nibiru to be the heavier
part, although smaller in size than our sun. This astonishing claim, I base
in most part on a small phrase in the epos "Enuma Elish", where Marduk
(Nibiru) states: "If I, your avenger, Conquer Tiamat and give you life,
Appoint an assembly, make my fate preeminent and proclaim it."
Tiamat, in the Enuma Elish text, should rightfully be named "Barbaru", the
Sumerian name for the sun that existed before our present sun. Barbaru means
"shining one". Another epithet for the same object was UR-BAR-RA, meaning
"Wolf". Marduk/Nibiru fought and
conquered this older massive sun and divided her in two, one part was our
present sun and the other part was a heavier predecessor to the planet
Jupiter, from which the planet Saturn later emerged.
When it comes to the magnetic force it is my conviction that Nibiru, even
in this aspect, is the dominant part. We have learned from scientific
studies that the suns magnetic field regularly changes direction in
accordance to the 11-year solar cycle. There is reason to believe that the
sun indeed has an iron core, perhaps a neutron core that generates the suns
magnetic field. This core is not “fixed” in the midst of the sun; it’s
believed to be floating at the solar center, easily flipping over every 11
My conception of Nibiru is that it is a solid neutron star rather than a
brown dwarf star. It may at one time have collapsed into its present state,
formerly being a luminous, visible star. It’s my belief that Nibiru will
once again, at some time, ignite to be a small but brilliant silver-shining
star. Until that time, it will continue to be a hazardous object in our
neighborhood, creating havoc from time to time. Since Nibiru was captured
into our solar system in a distant past it isn’t, in my opinion, involved in
a common Kepler-like orbit, I believe the orbit is highly eccentric.
Let's assume the Nibiru's Period of Revolution to be 3600 years, give or
take some years. If Nibiru evolved the sun in an ordinary Kepler orbit (with
the sun at a focal point) it would move in at a great distance, outside all
the planets, including Pluto. Yet the Sumerian legends clearly tell us that
Nibiru's orbit crossed the solar system at the "Station of Jupiter",
entering from below the ecliptic. It’s not far-fetched to consider the
asteroid belt to be the debris from collisions between Nibiru's moons/planets and some
earlier member of the solar system.
I suggest that stars have a
variety of ways to evolve around each other, the most common one
being the standard Kepler orbit. If two suns are closer to each
other, then another orbital must be used. When it comes to
Nibiru, I believe that it evolves around the sun in an
eccentric manner (image to the right). The number of orbital's
can certainly vary in different star systems,
from 1 (the Kepler orbit) up to nearly an infinite number. At
present, I hold
the orbital's of Nibiru to be 6, with two houses of the Zodiac
in each orbit.
Nibiru rises from under the ecliptic in a clockwise direction, passes the
orbit of Jupiter to proceed in an almost straight line up to a position well
above the sun. There, the speed halts to a near standstill. Then Nibiru
begins to "fall", this time moving in in a more curved path, very close to
the orbit of Earth. The angle has now changed and the star will start on a
new journey below the ecliptic. However, all the planets of the solar system
have adapted to the new conditions and the ecliptic has shifted 180 + 60 degrees. This, in fact, is the true Precession of the Equinoxes!
The shifting of the ecliptic plane with
180 and 60 degrees respectively represents the twelve animal signs of the Zodiac,
two signs per orbit. It is the star
Nibiru that governs this movement, not some obscure wobble of the Earth
axis. The shift from one of the signs of the Zodiac into another is
therefore not gradual, it happens almost instantaneously, as Nibiru (coming
in from above or below the Ecliptic) comes closer to the Sun. Two different
cycles will be vital to our existence, one is the orbital period of Nibiru
in relation to our sun. The other is the orbital "Great year", the
completion of six orbits of Nibiru and our sun, corresponding to 21,966
The tilting point
When Nibiru is at its farthest point from the sun, a certain effect
occurs. The dark star tilts; magnetic north becomes magnetic south (and vice
versa) and the rotation will appear to have changed direction.
The tilting starts gradually and is
completed after passing the Aphelion point.
This behavior, I suggest, is common procedure with neutron stars
(and perhaps even planets) moving in highly elongated orbits. The star will
now maintain its new magnetic and rotational properties until it has
completed an entire orbit and is
to its Aphelion once again.
The tilting of Nibiru at regular intervals gives an important clue as to why
Earth gets so utterly devastated every now and then. During every other
passage, Nibiru re-writes the Map of the solar system. The extent of the
damage, however, varies. When Nibiru returns from above the ecliptic, the
effect is not so severe. But when Nibiru approaches from below, then the
Earth are compelled to flip like a spinning top. The magnetic and the
rotational properties of Nibiru governs the influence on Earth, gravitation is an
Please notice that planet Earth
in reality flips around 180 degrees! What used to be the North pole is now
the South pole and vice versa. The starry sky will appear to have changed
based on the observation point of the inhabitants of Earth. Adding to this
confusion is that the Sun will appear to rise in the west! This due to the
fact that Earth has slowed down to a standstill, after which it resumes its
rotation again, now in the other direction. This Pole shift is an extremely
confusing event. And further more; the actual shifting of the Zodiac ages
must partly be connected to the Pole shift itself (I used to think this
solely took place during the return of Nibiru from above the ecliptic). No, evidence now points to Pole shifts being
a vital part of the 'Zodiac engine'.
Planets adapting to Nibiru
When Nibiru enters from below the Ecliptic, it will have a different angle
compared to the planets. The magnetic and rotational properties of the star
are also reversed (from our point of view). Will the outermost planets
(Uranus, Neptune and Pluto), occasionally be out of Nibiru's reach? Not when
it comes to the magnetic alignment of the solar system, Nibiru is the
The status of the Earth’s magnetic field as Nibiru
approaches is vital. Since the incoming star now has a conflicting direction
of its magnetic field, Earth will make a decisive 180-degree roll. This Pole Shift
could be quite turbulent. A problem is that the Pole shift axis is
never fixed, it can be located anywhere along the ecuator of Earth.
Locations near to the Shift axis will not be very affected, places farther
from the axis just might be hit by substantial tsunami waves. It’s getting clearer now that we
must speak in terms of Big Shifts and Small Shifts. What happened at the
time of Joshua, which was a Pole Shift event, and what happened at the time
of Amos the prophet, when Nibiru
returned to the deep below?
We know from the
Ancients that Nibiru has a retrograde orbit, what is still uncertain is how
long time it stays above the ecliptic plane. When Nibiru slows down to a near halt (at its highest position) it remains
steady, no tilting of the star occurs. Is this
Night Sun visible to the naked eye? It is likely that the star Nibiru lights
up at regular intervals, when drawn closer to the sun. This is presumably an
electric phenomenon which has to do with the fact that stars emit light, not
from nuclear processes in the core, but rather from the process where
electrons in space reacts with emitted solar protons (solar wind). Nibiru,
being a Neutron star, doesn't have enough free protons to start this
reaction by itself, but in the vicinity of the sun, the star "ignites".
It's very likely that Nibiru should rightly be called a periodic 'pulsating
star'; a Pulsar.
The rotational factor
Does a major Pole Shift occur at every passage of Nibiru? No, however there seems to be a
strong correlation between the direction of a planets magnetic field and the
direction of its rotation. If Nibiru has the opposite magnetic properties
during a passage as Earth, the Earth axis will only “temporarily” be
affected (both objects will have opposite direction of rotation). If
Nibiru, on the other hand, has a reversed magnetic field (and an equal
direction of rotation) the outcome will
be very much different; the Earth will start to wobble and slow down on its
rotation, at rotational stoppage the Earth will tilt to adjust to the
magnetic direction of Nibiru. When rotation starts anew, it will be opposite
once again to that of the lawgiver Nibiru.
This is key in understanding the full complexity of pole shifts. As Nibiru
reaches its farthest point from the sun the star slowly heads back in a 180-degree turn. The rotation of the star will remain the same, but as the star is now inverted, the rotational direction
will appear opposite to us. When Nibiru moves closer, Earth can’t simply reverse poles and be done
with it; it has to adjust its rotational direction too. In doing that, Earth
has to slow down its rotational speed to a halt before it can start rotating
in the other direction. Now we can more easily comprehend sightings like a
“fixed sun in the heaven” and “a night that would not end”.
Push and pull
Nibiru also changes the calendar at every passage. It seems that when
Nibiru approaches from below the ecliptic it has built up tremendous speed.
This speed is transferred to Earth through a “gravitational push” that
increases the speed of Earth around the sun, giving us a year of 360 days.
When Nibiru returns from its smaller loop above the ecliptic, the speed has
decreased. This results in a “gravitational pull” at passage that again sets
the year to a 365-day standard. Earth indeed has a long history of
periodical calendar changes, due to Nibiru.
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