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The 12th Planet and Planet X
  1. "Tenth Planet" Larger Than Pluto, Study Confirms-2/2
  2. "Tenth planet" may be bigger then expected-8/16
  3. "10th Planet" Discovered-7/31
  4. Large New World Discovered Beyond Neptune-7/31
  5. The little rock causing a galactic storm-7/31
  6. 10th Rock From the Sun -- or Just a Bright, Distant Object?-7/31
  7. We are visited and controlled by UFOs from the M15 Globular Star Cluster – the densest Black Hole driven “Core Cluster” – the capital of the Universe-3/6
  8. Massive Planetoids From Beyond the Solar System-2/1
  9. Russian Official on Planet X and UFOs-7\16
  10. Planet X in 2003-4\17
  11. Planet X / Nibiru Return 2003 or 2012 ?-12\30
  12. Nibiru's Orbit Identified-12\14
  13. More signs that solar system has tenth planet-12\14
  14. X doesn't mark the spot-11\5
  15. 'Planet X' is a gift to doomsday buffs-10\28
  16. Saddam Hussein, The Stairway to Heaven and the Return of Planet X-10\11
  17. 'X' marks the mysterious planet-9\30
  18. Angels or Aliens? The Mysterious Biblical-6\13
  19. XFacts- The Search for Planet X-4\2
  20. Richard Hoagland on the return of Nibiru/Marduk-2\23
  21. A Tenth Planet? Disturbance of Comets-1\24
  22. Oort Clouds and Comet Orbits-1\29
  23. Planet X is smaller than the 12th planet-1\20
  24. 2001 KX76 deemed largest minor planet-12\20
  25. A planet beyond Pluto (BBC, 1999)
  26. A Tenth Planet? (ABC, 1999)
  27. Dark Star Theory
  28. Planet X (Nibiru) due here Spring 2003?
  29. NIBIRU: Getting Rid of the Smoke and Mirrors
  30. The Anunnaki and the 12th Planet of Nibiru
  31. 10 FAQs about Planet-X (The Astronomy Cafe)
  32. "What is approaching us" Father Malachi Martin
  33. Kathleen Keating puts Planet X in the Bible Code
  34. Planet X messageboard

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Hyperspace: A Scientific Odyssey Through Parallel Universes, Time Warps and the Tenth Dimension by Michio Kaku; How many dimensions do you live in? Three? Maybe that's all your commonsense sense perception perceives, but there is growing and compelling evidence to suggest that we actually live in a universe of ten real dimensions. Kaku has written an extraordinarily lucid and thought-provoking exploration of the theoretical and empirical bases of a ten-dimensional universe and even goes so far as to discuss possible practical implications--such as being able to escape the collapse of the universe. Yikes. Highly Recommended.
The Elegant Universe : Superstrings, Hidden Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory; by Brian Greene. Two Amazon reviewers: Brian Greene's ""The Elegant Universe" is the best book on a scientific subject I've ever read. The first five chapters, which deal with Space, Time, Special & General Relativity, and Quantum Mechanics, are incredibly clear and worth the price of the book alone." "Before I read this book, I didn't know the first thing about string theory, general relativity or quantum mechanics. I believe people like me were the author's target audience; that is, people who are profoundly interested in the mysterious physics of the universe, but lack the scientific or mathematical background to understand them in their raw form. This book certainly shouldn't be seen as anything other than an introduction for those of us outside the field of physics."

The Twelfth Planet : Book I of the Earth Chronicles by Zecharia Sitchin; This is Sitchin's first book. By translating Sumerian texts he was able to come up with the history of aliens visiting our planet about 450,00 years ago. They came from a planet called Marduk or Nibiru which is on a huge eliptical orbit around our Sun. It takes about 3,600 years for one orbit. Some of them apparently jump over to our planet as theirs approaches then leave as it leaves this part of the solar system. Editor

The Stairway to Heaven (Earth Chronicles, No. 2) by Zecharia Sitchin; This is book number two. Sitchin attributes too much to these aliens. He does not take into account the Sons and Daughters of God, the great adepts and mystics who have made huge contributions to this planet, including the pyramids. Rather, he has made gods of these aliens. He probably has some kind of karmic connection with them. We are indebted to him for his pioneering work however for it is important to be aware of these inerlopers. Editor
The Wars of Gods and Men : Book III of the Earth Chronicles by Zecharia Sitchin; Book Description: Eons ago, the Earth was a battlefield. Mighty armies clashed, led by giant warriors meticulously skilled in the art of combat. These wars would shape man's destiny and live on for centuries in legend, song and religious lore -- brutal and terrible conflicts that began lifetimes earlier on another planet.
The Lost Book of Enki: Memoirs and Prophecies of an Extraterrestrial god by Zecharia Sitchin; This is his latest book. There are a few in between that I haven't listed.
The Threat by David Jacobs. There are many books on abductions, this is one of the better ones because the author does perceive the threat posed by aliens and their hybrids.
The Day After Roswell by Philip Corso; Amazon Review: If you've ever wondered what crashed into the desert near Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947, this book will give you some startling answers. While the first version was published in hardcover in 1997, Corso provides new evidence for the presence of alien intruders in this pocket paperback edition. Whether or not you believe his contention, the sheer weight of governmental sources and documentation presented by the former Army intelligence officer is not easily dismissed." I agree, Editor
The Tao of Physics by Fritjof Capra; Amazon review: First published in 1975, The Tao of Physics rode the wave of fascination in exotic East Asian philosophies. Decades later, it still stands up to scrutiny, explicating not only Eastern philosophies but also how modern physics forces us into conceptions that have remarkable parallels. Covering over 3,000 years of widely divergent traditions across Asia, Capra can't help but blur lines in his generalizations. But the big picture is enough to see the value in them of experiential knowledge, the limits of objectivity, the absence of foundational matter, the interrelation of all things and events, and the fact that process is primary, not things. Capra finds the same notions in modern physics. Those approaching Eastern thought from a background of Western science will find reliable introductions here to Hinduism, Buddhism, and Taoism and learn how commonalities among these systems of thought can offer a sort of philosophical underpinning for modern science. ...
Quantum Reality : Beyond the New Physics by Nick Herbert; An amazon reviewer: If your aiming to simply understand as much as possible about quantum theory by reading one popular science book, then look no further. This book deals with all important theories and experiments in a clear way, without omitting the more difficult stuff. I have also read "taking the quantum leap" by Fred Alan Wolf but find it incredibly unclear because of its reluctance to show real physics. ...
Genesis of the Cosmos: The Ancient Science of Continuous Creation by Paul A. LaViolette; Editorial description: Provides compelling evidence that creation myths from the dawn of civilization correspond to cutting edge astronomical discoveries. • Exposes the contradictions in current cosmological theory and offers a scientific basis for the ancient myths and esoteric lore that encode a theory of continuous creation. • By the scientist who was the first to disprove the Big Bang theory on the basis of observational data. Recent developments in theoretical physics, including systems theory and chaos theory, are challenging long-held mechanistic views of the universe. ...
Earth Under Fire: Humanity's Survival of the Apocalypse by Paul LaViolette; Reviewer: Deborah Leppert: One of the most interesting books I've read in a LONG TIME! Paul A. LaViolette is truly a Renaissance Man when it come knowledge. His never-ending curiosity has put together astronomy, astrology, tarot, mythology, hard-core science, legends, and a few hunches of his own . . . and out came a truly revolutionary theory on the periodic and cyclical extinctions that have occurred on our planet. It's been handed down to us in all of the above mentioned forms . . . but most of mankind chooses to ignore it. ...
The Golden Ratio : The Story of PHI, the World's Most Astonishing Number by Mario Livio; From Publishers Weekly: Most readers will have at least dim memories from geometry class of the irrational number pi. Theoretical astrophysicist Livio gives pi's overlooked cousin phi its due with this lively account, the first on the subject written for the layperson. Phi is the golden ratio of antiquity (1.6180339887), a never-ending number so lauded for its harmonious qualities that in the 16th century it was dubbed the divine proportion. It is related to phenomena as diverse as the petal arrangements of roses, the breeding patterns of rabbits and the shape of our galaxy. Phi is also claimed to have been crucial in the design of the Great Pyramids, the composition of the Mona Lisa and the construction of Stradivarius violins. Livio
Mathematics in Nature : Modeling Patterns in the Natural World by John A. Adam; editorial description: From rainbows, river meanders, and shadows to spider webs, honeycombs, and the markings on animal coats, the visible world is full of patterns that can be described mathematically. Examining such readily observable phenomena, this book introduces readers to the beauty of nature as revealed by mathematics and the beauty of mathematics as revealed in nature.
Gamma : Exploring Euler's Constant by Julian Havil; Amazon reviewer: An amazing amount of mathematics very clearly and enthusiastically explained. I had never heard of some of the stuff and some that I did know about has been explained in very interesting ways; for example, the original definition of logarithms. Gamma I had vaguely heard of and name of Euler I had come across, but I had no idea what the number really was and why it is important until I read the book. Also, I had not realised just how big Euler was; it's amazing that his name is not better known. ...
Galactic Alignment: The Transformation of Consciousness According to Mayan, Egyptian, and Vedic Traditions by John Major Jenkins; Editorial Description: Explores the central role played by the galaxy in both ancient and modern times in the transformation of the human spirit. * Extends Jenkins' groundbreaking research in Maya Cosmogenesis 2012. * Reveals how the coming Galactic Alignment of era-2012 promises a renewal of human consciousness. * Uncovers the galactic vision of Mayan, Egyptian, Greek, and Vedic cosmologies. The Galactic Alignment is a rare astronomical event that brings the solstice sun into alignment with the center of the Milky Way galaxy every 12,960 years. Building on the discoveries of his book Maya Cosmogenesis 2012, Jenkins demonstrates that the end-date of 2012 does not signal the end of time but rather the beginning of a new stage in the development of human consciousness. ..." If there are changes coming, I don't think it will be passive. Our consciousness or molecules won't be naturally elevated and especially not by saying somebody's name. It will take ardent spiritually striving to mesh with the raising of vibrations. Editor
God at the Speed of Light by T. Lee, MD Baumann, T. Lee Baumann; Editorial Review: Quantum physicists study the nature of light. The Bible speaks of light when talking about God. Near-death experiences describe going to a light that is welcoming, intelligent, and loving. Strangest of all, however, is the similarity of all these descriptions of the nature, presence, and behavior of light to descriptions of the nature of God. Could it be that light and God are one in the same? Physician Lee Baumann makes a case for exactly that. From many sources, Dr. Baumann has synthesized a compelling picture of what may be the true nature of our universe at all levels- physical, mental, and spiritual.
The Fabric of the Cosmos : Space, Time, and the Texture of Reality by Brian Greene; Amazon Reviewer: Jackie Tortorella: No one could read the first chapter and not finish this book! I savored every page of it from start to finish. Brian Greene has a unique combination of talent that you JUST DON'T SEE in such an outstanding scientific mind. 1) He can write! 2) He is clearly one of the top physicists in the field of Superstring/M-Theory. 3) He is a born teacher. 4) Did I mention he can write? Through brilliant use of analogy, Greene makes the most mind boggling concepts easy to grasp. This is a book for lay people, as evidenced by the absence of equations in the text...they are included in the notes section at the end along with more robust theoretical details. The book takes you through the usual history of quantum physics and cosmology, as it must do to provide the background necessary to understand where we are now. ...
The New Physics and Cosmology Dialogues with the Dalai Lama by Arthur Zajonc (Editor), Zara Houshmand, David Finkelstein (Contributor), George Greenstein (Contributor), Piet Hut, Tu Weiming, Anton Zeilinger, B. Alan Wallace, Thupten Jinpa, Arthur Zajone; Editorial Reviews, Book Description: What happens when the Dalai Lama meets with leading physicists and a historian? This book is the carefully edited record of the fascinating discussions at a Mind and Life conference in which five leading physicists and a historian (David Finkelstein, George Greenstein, Piet Hut, Arthur Zajonc, Anton Zeilinger, and Tu Weiming) discussed with the Dalai Lama current thought in theoretical quantum physics, in the context of Buddhist philosophy. ...
Biblical-giants book soars up charts-2/1 World Net Daily-- 'The Nephilim' explains ancient pyramids, future events-- A unique book that purports to explain the past existence of giant beings referred to in the Bible as the Nephilim is skyrocketing up online best-sellers lists, now appearing in the top 15 at Published by Xulon Press, "The Nephilim and the Pyramid of the Apocalypse" presents an explanation for an unusual verse in the first book of the Bible, Genesis 6:4, which reads: "There were giants (Nephilim) in the Earth in those days, and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men and they bare children to them.
God and Science: Divine Causation and the Laws of Nature by Richard L. Thompson; Amazon Reviewer: Midwest Book Review (Oregon, WI USA) - God & Science is an anthology of brief essays by expert mathematician and investigator into East Indian cosmology and spirituality Richard L. Thompson. Addressing the seemingly intractible rift between religious and scientific views by exploring connections between modern science and the Vaishnava tradition of India, a belief system based on monotheistic philosophies that in turn share common traits with Judeo-Christian thought. Each short essay offers a gleam of insight into the old conflict of ideas, from the question of whether Eve existed to the mysteries of consciousness, paradoxes of time and space and more. A fascinating tour of the borders of the mystical and the analytical, offering revelations to both sides. Another Review: Hinduism and Physics merge in ‘God & Science’-4/27 Science and Theology News Book Review:
String Theory Wash Times Book Review, THE COSMIC LANDSCAPE: STRING THEORY AND THE ILLUSION OF INTELLIGENT DESIGN, By Leonard Susskind-- Reviewed by Jeffrey Marsh-- The greatest triumphs of 20th century physics were the revolutionary theories of quantum mechanics and relativity. The former brought unparalleled accuracy to the description of matter on the smallest scale, while the latter provided an explanation of the behavior of the universe on the largest scales of space and time. The greatest disappointment for physicists during most of the century, from Albert Einstein down, was their inability to unify the two theories. In the 1980s, though, a new approach called string theory seemed to offer a way to overcome the obstacles and provide a unified picture of nature. In "The Cosmic Landscape," Leonard Susskind, a physics professor at Stanford who was one of the originators of string theory, presents as comprehensible an account as a layman can imagine of this mathematically complex subject, and explains why he is willing to accept the bizarre picture it presents of the universe. Mr. Susskind is a very entertaining writer, and further enlivens his breezy presentation of seriously challenging topics with many personal asides describing both his own history and his lively debates with other physicists, including numerous Nobel laureates and world-famous figures.
Decoding the Universe by Charles Seife: Secrets of the cosmos-3/6 Salon, Book Review By Laura Miller-- Could the universe be a giant computer? A new book argues just that, and unlocks some great scientific mysteries along the way.-- The universe might just be an enormous computer -- that's the final, mind-twisting pirouette at the conclusion of Charles Seife's new book about information theory and quantum computing, "Decoding the Universe." By the time you get to this suggestion, the statement seems pretty plausible, but by then you've already traveled through Seife's crystal-clear explications of thermodynamics, relativity, quantum mechanics, black holes and multiple universes. In other words, you know he's not talking about using the cosmos to search the Web during your lunch break for the best price on iPods. Every reader has his or her own reasons for plunging into a book like "Decoding the Universe." ...
Parallel Worlds: A Journey Through Creation, Higher Dimensions, and the Future of the Cosmos (Paperback) by Michio Kaku, Book Review: Parallel Worlds-3/6 Universe Today, Pandora had her box. Adam and Eve had their apple. Physicists have the expanding universe. Whether the universe expands forever into a deep freeze or eventually contracts back into a hellish speck containing all energy, the future looks grim. Michio Kaku in his book Parallel Worlds doesn't let these portends cause any dismay as he provides plenty of ideas for dealing with and possibly escaping from a failing universe. For after all, opening a box wasn't the end of the world, nor was eating an apple. ...
Quantum Enigma: Physics Encounters Consciousness by Bruce Rosenblum (Author), Fred Kuttner ; Book Description at Amazon: The most successful theory in all of science--and the basis of one third of our economy--says the strangest things about the world and about us. Can you believe that physical reality is created by our observation of it? Physicists were forced to this conclusion, the quantum enigma, by what they observed in their laboratories. Trying to understand the atom, physicists built quantum mechanics and found, to their embarrassment, that their theory intimately connects consciousness with the physical world. Quantum Enigma explores what that implies and why some founders of the theory became the foremost objectors to it. Schrodinger showed that it "absurdly" allowed a cat to be in a "superposition" simultaneously dead and alive. Einstein derided the theory's "spooky interactions." With Bell's Theorem, we now know Schrodinger's superpositions and Einstein's spooky interactions indeed exist. Authors Bruce Rosenblum and Fred Kuttner explain all of this in non-technical terms with help from some fanciful stories and bits about the theory's developers. They present the quantum mystery honestly, with an emphasis on what is and what is not speculation. Physics' encounter with consciousness is its skeleton in the closet. Because the authors open the closet and examine the skeleton, theirs is a controversial book. Quantum Enigma's description of the experimental quantum facts, and the quantum theory explaining them, is undisputed. Interpreting what it all means, however, is controversial. Every interpretation of quantum physics encounters consciousness. Rosenblum and Kuttner therefore turn to exploring consciousness itself--and encounter quantum physics. Free will and anthropic principles become crucial issues, and the connection of consciousness with the cosmos suggested by some leading quantum cosmologists is mind-blowing. Readers are brought to a boundary where the particular expertise of physicists is no longer a sure guide. They will find, instead, the facts and hints provided by quantum mechanics and the ability to speculate for themselves.    


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