Distance Table for the 12th Planet

Update: accounts for the repulsion force and Sept. arrival into the inner solar system

 

Distance Table

(Based on Reaching the Inner Solar System by Sept 26, 2003)

Weeks to go

Apr. Date

% Of Distance
from mid-sun

Dist to Earth
in S-P units

Dist in
B. miles.

 

 

 

 

 

35

02/16/03

11.116

8.3172

30.5657

30

03/22/03

16.179

7.8478

28.8407

25

04/26/03

23.456

7.1660

26.3351

20

06/07/03

34.006

6.1783

22.7053

15

07/12/03

49.302

4.7463

17.4426

13

07/26/03

57.198

4.0071

14.7261

 

10

08/16/03

71.476

2.6704

09.8137

9.7

08/18/03

73.087

2.519*

09.2573

9

08/23/03

76.987

2.1544

07.9174

8

08/30/03

82.924

1.5986

05.8749

7

09/06/03

89.318

1.0000

03.6750

6

09/13/03

95.713

0.4014

01.4751

5.72

09/15/03

97.415

0.2414

00.8871

5

09/20/03

98.841

0.1085

00.3987

4

09/27/03

99.618

0.0357

00.1311

0

10/25/03

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* This is the distance in [Sun / Pluto] units from the Sun to the deflection point. The deflection point is where the repulsion force emanating the Sun and solar system affects the orbital path of the 12th planet. Where it is easier to move lateral on the outside of the solar system than a direct path towards the Sun.

** Below the ecliptic plane between the orbits of Mercury and Venus

Presently in 2009 is oscillating above and below the ecliptic plane just outside of the orbit of Venus. The time frame of its exit from our solar system is unknown for that is in God's hands.

Column Explanations:

Weeks to go: The amount of weeks - 4 prior to arrival in the inner solar system.

Apr. Date: Approximate date in month/day/year to reference the location of the 12th planet.

% Of Distance: Percentage of the total distance traveled from the mid point between the Sun and the Dark One, (the unlit star), towards the Sun.

Distance to the Sun in  S-P units: The distance from the 12th planet to the near side of the Sun in S-P units where 1 equals the distance between the Sun and Pluto or 3,675,000,000 miles.

Distance in B. miles.: The distance from the Sun to the 12th planet in billions of miles.

   The orbital path, acceleration and braking through the solar system is new to scientists. The planet essentially moves from a static position between two gravitational stellar sources and accelerates in velocity exponentially as the Sun attracts the 12th planet's mass with little resistance. How fast is fast? Once the 12th planet encounters the repulsion force and ecliptic plane turbulence approaching the inner solar system, it slows to almost a standstill.

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