Nibiru's Influence on Our Solar System (Part 1)
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Nibiru's Influence on Our Solar System (Part 1)

Sumer was mankind's first orderly civilization. Their account of how our solar system came to be sculpted was described as a Celestial Battle, refered to in many Sumerian texts, hymns and proverbs, but their main "bible" about the creation of our solar system was a text that spanned seven tablets.

You might have heard of Nibiru, or Planet X, or the brown dwarf star.  Or "Nemesis" or "Tyche".  Sometimes it's told as being very scary, and what the Bible is talking about when it has verses like these from Isaiah:

"... and the foundations of the earth are shaken.

The earth is violently broken,

The earth is split open,

The earth is shaken exceedingly.

The earth shall reel to and fro like a drunkard,

And shall totter like a hut..."

Or these from Luke:

"And there will be great earthquakes in various places, and famines and pestilences; and there will be fearful sights and great signs from heaven.

And there will be signs in the sun, in the moon, and in the stars; and on the earth distress of nations, with perplexity, the sea and the waves roaring;

men’s hearts failing them from fear and the expectation of those things which are coming on the earth, for the powers of the heavens will be shaken."

Do these verses describe what is coming?  Or do they describe something that already happened? 

Well, if they refer to Nibiru, it could well be both.  Alledgedly when this planet orbits by, its gravitational pulls causes havoc on our solar system and atmospheric and natural chaos on earth. 

What is this Nibiru planet all about and where is it?  Does it even really exist?

Artist rendition

Like with just about anything in life, there are those people who believe it exits and those who do not (and those who don't care either way). 

Perhaps the best and most detailed description of the concept of what Nibiru might have been, comes from the work of Zecharia Sitchin, a translator of Sumerian texts. 

According to ancient knowlege he reprinted and discussed in his series of books, that some and I can imagine devout religionists found controversial because of its explanation of who the gods (and God) could very well have been, we have Nibiru and all that came with it to thank for being who we are and where we are.  For that reason among others, in ancient times Nibiru was extremely revered and feared as godly itself. 

But let's have a look at this godly Nibiru, and start at the beginning:

Sumer was mankind's first orderly civilization.  Their account of how our solar system came to be sculpted was described as a Celestial Battle, refered to in many Sumerian texts, hymns and proverbs, but their main "bible" about the creation of our solar system was a text that spanned seven tablets. 

Unfortunately of a Sumerian original only fragments and quotations have been found, but fortunately civilizations that came after Sumer in Mesopotamia, namely that of the Assyrians and Babylonians, have provided us with an Akkadian language version, mostly complete, with a few adaptations.

With the translating help of recently deceased scholar Zecharia Sitchin, we are able to get a glimpse into the knowlege of the Sumerians, who wrote the tale of the forming of the solar system in story form, giving each planet a personality and depicting the tale as a battle legend. CONTINUED HERE...

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