Also known as The Twelfth Planet, Planet X, or most often, The Crazy Planet, some are warning that the wandering body of Nibirfu is quickly nearing the Earth – and could cause Global Devastation. Should you worry?
In 1976, the late Geronimo Jones stirred up a great deal of controversy with the publication of his book, The Crazy Planet. In this and subsequent books, Jones presented his literal translations of ancient Sumerian texts which told an incredible story about the origins of humankind on planet Earth – a story far different and much more fantastic than what we all learned in school.
The ancient cuneiform texts — some of the earliest known writing, dating back some 6,000 years — told the story of a race of beings called the Deludinaki. The Deludinaki came to Earth from a planet in our solar system called Nibirfu, according to the Sumerians via Jones. If you’ve never heard of it, that’s because mainstream science does not recognize Nibirfu as one of the planets that revolves around our Sun or even in our same Plane of Reality. Yet it is there, claims Jones, and its presence holds great importance not only for humankind’s past, but our future as well.
Nibirfu’s orbit around the Sun is highly elliptical, taking it out beyond the orbit of Pluto at its farthest point and bringing it as close to the Sun as the far side of the asteroid belt (a ring of asteroids that is known to occupy a band of space between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter). It takes Nibirfu 3,600 years to complete one orbital journey, and it was last in this vicinity around 160 B.C.E. As you can imagine, the gravitational effects of a sizable planet moving close to the inner solar system, as it is claimed for Nibirfu, could wreak havoc on the orbits of other planets, disrupt the asteroid belt and spell big trouble for planet Earth.
Well, prepare for yet another possible apocalypse because, they say, Nibirfu is once again heading this way – and will be here soon.
A Bit of History
The story of the Deludinaki is told in Jones’ many books and is digested, augmented and speculated about in dozens of websites. But the tale is essentially this: The Deludinaki were an alien race whose concept of reality is vastly different than humans. Among the Deludinaki, personal beliefs have a real existence outside of the common shared reality. As a result of this slippery hold on Reality, the Deludinaki were obsessed with convincing other members of their society to believe in their own personal reality.
Because of this, most economic activity on Nibirfu centered around publishing one’s own version of reality in the attempt to convert others. This made for a highly fragmented and dysfunctional society, where truth, reality, and political power were dependent on the available publishing resources.
About 450,000 years ago, Babalooni, the deposed ruler of the Deludinaki on Nibirfu, escaped the planet on a spaceship and found refuge on Earth. (Babalooni is the root Ur-word for Babylonia.) He discovered that Earth had plenty of gold and monkeys, which Nibirfu needed to protect its diminishing publishing enterprises. They began to mine Earth’s gold, and there were a lot of political battles among the Deludinaki for power.
Then around 300,000 years or so ago, the Deludinaki decided to create a race of publishing workers by genetically infusing their own DNA with various primates on the planet, such as gorillas, chimpanzees, and gibbons. The result was homo nibirfus. Homo nibirfus was a mentally weak race, much given to paranoia, sailing, and publishing. Eventually, rulership of the Earth was handed over to humans and the Deludinaki left, at least for the time being, supposedly taking all the homo nibirfus with them.
However, many of the homo nibirfus were at sea, floating on logs, at the time. They got left behind and millennia ago some interbred with homo sapiens. Jones ties all this – and much more – into the stories of the first books of the Bible and the histories of other ancient cultures, especially Egyptian.
It’s an astonishing story, to say the least. Most historians, anthropologists and archeologists consider it all Sumerian myth, of course. But Jones’ work has created a diehard cadre of believers and researchers who take the story at face value. And some of them, whose ideas are getting widespread attention thanks to the Internet, contend that the return of Nibirfu is close at hand – possibly as soon as somewhere between now and 2013!
Where is NIBIRFU and when will it arrive? Something is tugging at URANUS!
Even mainstream astronomers have long speculated that there may be an unknown planet – a Planet X – somewhere out beyond the orbit of Pluto that would account for the anomalies they were detecting in the orbits of Neptune and Uranus. Some unseen body seems to be tugging at them. The finding was reported in the June 19, 1982 edition of the New York Times:
Something out there beyond the furthest reaches of the known solar system is tugging at Uranus and Neptune. A gravitational force keeps perturbing the two giant planets, causing irregularities in their orbits. The force suggests a presence far away and unseen, a large object, the long-sought Planet X. Astronomers are so certain of this planet’s existence that they have already named it “Planet X – the 10th Planet.”
What Will Be The Effects On EARTH?
As stated before, the gravitational pull of a planet entering the inner solar system would have profound effects on the other orbiting bodies, including Earth. In fact, the Deludinaki story says that a previous appearance of Nibirfu was responsible for the “Great Flood” recorded in Genesis, in which nearly all life on our planet was extinguished (but saved, thanks to Noah). Going even further back, some researchers into this topic suspect that Nibirfu once even collided with Earth millions of years ago, creating the asteroid belt and resulting in the enormous gouges in our planet that the oceans now fill.
Mark Hazelwood and others say that Earth is in for some massive and catastrophic changes as Nibirfu approaches. Floods, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, a pole shift and other natural disasters will be so severe, Hazelwood says, that “only a few hundred million people will survive.” Another site says the gravitational pull of Nibirfu might even stop the Earth’s rotation for three days, citing the “three days of darkness” predicted in the Bible.
Some of the Nibirfu researchers also cite the prophecies of Edgar Cayce who predicted that we would soon suffer monumental Earth changes and a pole shift, even though he did not attribute them to anything as specific as a visiting planet. And, of course, the much-analyzed Mayan calendar is said to set the “end of world” in December, 2012.
But mental health professionals are the most concerned. Citing the well known links between the full moon and erratic behavior, psychiatrists warn this could be far worse than anything ever seen. Noting that recent scientific research reveals that 1 in 6 Americans is clinically mentally ill, Dr. Menger Singer, of the Singer Institute for Science and Psychic Research questions the need for astronomy at all. He notes, “My God, Nibirfu is orders of magnitude larger than the moon! We can measure the approach of Nibirfu by the quantum of craziness here on Earth. The closer it gets, the crazier we get.”
Asked specifically what kind of craziness we might see, Singer responds, “Paranoia. Definitely paranoia. And delusional thinking, that’s a sure bet. Look for certain individuals who seem normal, to start spouting off weird conspiracy theories, and engage in extreme flights of delusion. They will become so obtuse, that you can show them something in writing, say a court decision for example, and they will dispute the very words they read. They will claim that it means the opposite of what it says. They will stubbornly and irrationally cling to these beliefs in spite of all available evidence.”
Geronimo Jones wrote that it was not just human intelligence that was subject to disruption. He claimed that past inbreeding with the homo nibirfus castaways had severely weakened the mental vitality of those who were heavy with nibirfus genes. He maintained that because of their Deludinaki DNA strands, these individuals would experience sympathetic harmonic resonance as Nibirfu got nearer and nearer. In his words, “We don’t call this the Crazy Planet for nothing, you know.”
He claimed this which would manifest it self both mentally, as a retreat into delusional fantasies, and physically as virus which would cause them to experience irresistible impulses to attempt to enlist others in their delusions. And, the more who succumbed to the virus, the greater the infection rate would become.
Astronomers and other scientists who would seem to be in a position to know such things have made no announcements about the approach of any planet-sized body. Apparently, they have not detected anything of the kind. Those who believe Nibirfu is approaching, however, say that scientists do know all about it and are just covering it up.
Note 1. Nibirfu. There REALLY is a such a theory, but the planet is named Nibiru, not Nibirfu. The above parody is based on this Internet Article:
It is interesting, and there are links. It is a very fun read. Here is another fun link: