For decades, scientists and researchers have debated the existence of a huge planet orbiting our Sun just outside the outer limits of our solar system. But what until recently was considered a hoax on the Internet, last October became a reality. NASA admitted through an official statement that there was enough evidence to support the existence of a new and massive planet, 10 times the mass of Earth.
Conspiracy theorists and independent astronomers have long been denouncing that this planet is Nibiru and is heading dangerously towards our planet to destroy humanity. But the controversy even reached the heart of the scientific community, as there are scientists who believe in Nibiru’s theory.
As we already published in MEP, Dr. Claudia Albers, physicist at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, in March of this year said that NASA is hiding the existence of a dead star system that is draining the energy of Our Sun. And in case there is enough controversy in this matter, now scientists from the Queen’s University of Belfast claim to have discovered evidence of the existence of the“Planet Nine” in medieval tapestries.
The discovery of Nibiru in medieval tapestries
Academics from the Queen’s University of Belfast claim that traces of dust and gas in the night sky recorded by Anglo-Saxon astronomers can provide evidence of the mysterious Planet Nine. Experts believe that the representations of comets detected in the Middle Ages will provide more clues as to the whereabouts of the hypothetical celestial body. The researchers believe that Anglo-Saxon stories, combined with modern scientific techniques, could be used to investigate the effects of Planet Nine.
Experts, including a medieval historian and an astronomer at the Queen’s University of Belfast, have made surprising claims during an exhibition that explores the Anglo-Saxon understanding of the cosmos. As part of their study, they have combined records of comets from Anglo-Saxon sources with contemporary images of frozen space objects.
By combining historical and scientific approaches, researchers hope to reveal new findings about Planet Nine. However, experts have wanted to make it clear that Planet Nine represented in medieval tapestries is not Nibiru.
“This research project renegotiates the meaning and importance of medieval science and demonstrates how the medieval records of comets can help prove the theory of the existence of the elusive ‘Planet Nine,'” the study says. “Looking at the records of comets in texts of Old English, Latin, Old Irish and Russian, our aim is to show that the early medieval peoples actually recorded genuine astronomical observations, reflecting their interest in cosmology and the understanding of the heavens. . The idea of this study arose from the strong desire to challenge the assumption and the apparent lack of scientific research at the beginning of the Middle Ages, commonly known as the ‘Dark Ages’. “
The earliest description of a comet in England occurred in the year 891 AD, during the reign of Alfred the Great. A well-known comet of 1066 AD, represented in the famous Bayeux Tapestry of the eleventh century, was described in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle as “a sign in the sky as it had never been seen before” . It came to be understood as an omen that announced the end of the English dynasty at the hands of the Normans.
Proposed for the first time by a team from the California Institute of Technology or Caltech, Planet Nine could explain the distorted paths seen in distant icy bodies. And apparently it would be about four times the size of the Earth and ten times its mass.
The researchers say that a body of this size and mass would explain the clustered routes of several smaller icy planets beyond Neptune. Its large orbit would mean that it would take between 10,000 and 20,000 years to pass close to the Sun. The theoretical Planet Nine is based on the gravitational pull it exerts over these bodies, and astronomers hope to find it in the coming years.
“It’s great to be able to use data that is around a thousand years old to investigate a current theory,” explained Dr. Pedro Lacerda, an astrophysicist and comet expert and the solar system at the Queen’s University of Belfast. “For me, this is one of the most fascinating aspects of our project. Any strong indication that a ‘Planet Nine’ is needed to adapt to kite sightings recorded in the Middle Ages will be a unique result and will undoubtedly have a remarkable impact on our understanding of the solar system. “
Are they preparing us?
But for conspiracy theorists, medieval tapestries clearly show the existence of Nibiru , a supposed planet on the edge of our solar system. For them, the also known as Planet X, is undoubtedly Planet Nine. Experts in the field claim that the gravitational influence of Nibiru interrupted the orbits of other planets hundreds of years ago.
What’s more, the next step in our inner solar system could happen at any time, sending us directly ‘plasma energy particles’. This energy flow will interrupt Earth’s power plants and trigger catastrophic changes in the Earth’s climate.
Although the reality is that since 1996, we are already feeling the dangerous effects of Planet X, which would explain the unusual increase of natural disasters and abnormal weather patterns throughout our planet. And it seems that scientists are already preparing us for the revelation, although it could be too late.