Surviving the Planet X Tribulation: There Is Strength in Numbers
To Walk Out of the Planet X Tribulation, We Must Walk Humbly with Our Creator
Astronomer Percival Lowell, founder of the Lowell observatory in Flagstaff, AZ, coined the term “Planet X” around 1905. It describes a sizeable object in space that European astronomers called “Neptune’s Perturber.” They could not observe it but knew it was there due to perturbations observed in the orbit of Neptune.
Astronomer Clyde Tombaugh of the Lowell Observatory discovered Planet Pluto in 1930, and it was assumed to be “Neptune’s Perturber.” Decades later, astronomers discovered that Pluto is only 60% the size of Earth’s moon. Hence, it lacks the mass to be Lowell’s, long-sought Planet X, and the search continues.
With this in mind, imagine that you live to see Planet X with your eyes. What would you do, with whom, and more importantly, how will you work together to survive?
The answers to these and many other questions are in this book. Written in an entertaining style, it will gently and positively immerse you in the topic.