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Nibiru Cycle

Zecharia Sitchin [1] has described Nibiru as The 12th Planet of our solar system, but one with a 3600 year orbital cycle.  In other words, a single year on Nibiru (corresponding to one complete orbit about our Sun) would equal 3600 years on Earth.  This cycle would place Nibiru far out in space most of the time.  Sitchin also assumed that Nibiru’s perihelion is within the asteroid belt (roughly 2.75 A.U., where 1 A.U. is the distance from the Earth of the Sun, about 93 million miles).  On this basis and using Kepler's Laws, Nibiru’s mean distance from the Sun works out to be about 235 A.U.   This can be compared to the mean distance to Saturn (9.5 A.U.), Uranus (19 A.U.), Neptune (30 A.U.), and Pluto (39 A.U.).  Clearly, Nibiru is in a class by itself, and would be very hard to find by Earth-based astronomers during most of its orbit.  An obvious question is: When is Nibiru expected to return?   

According to Sitchin [1], the Flood/Deluge was initiated by a close encounter of Nibiru circa 11,000 B.C.E..  In 7,400 B.C.E., 3600 years later, the Anunnaki granted Mankind new advances, and the Neolithic period began.  “Demigods rule over Egypt.”  In 3,800 B.C.E. (another 3600 years later), “Anu comes to Earth for a pageantful visit.  A new city, Uruk (Erech) is built in his honor, he makes its temple the abode of his beloved granddaughter, Inanna/Ishtar.”  On this basis, it would appear that these three visits correspond to Nibiru returns, in that the granting to Mankind of “new advances” and Anu’s visit would tie in with the time period when Nibiru was conveniently in the neighborhood, and thus major decisions could be made with everyone (including the Nibiru delegation) readily available.  It follows then that the most recent Nibiru return would have been about 200 B.C.E., and that the next Nibiru return would be scheduled for 3,400 A.D.  

Accordingly, the recent trends in identifying Nibiru first as Comet Hale-Bopp, and then Planet X, doesn’t hold a lot of water.  This does not detract the reality of either visitors to the inner solar system, but it does not necessarily imply an Anunnaki connection.


Chronicles of Earth         Near-Earth Objects         Planet X

Hyper-D Physics Connection          Nibiru ala Kepler

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A Glancing Blow         The Party’s Over



[1]  Sitchin, Zecharia, The 12th Planet, 1976, The Wars of Gods and Men, 1985, Avon Books, New York.



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