Planet X - The Tenth Planet

By: The Rogue Geophysist

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***MYTHS BECOME SCIENTIFIC FACT (The Never Ending Search for Truth - Mobius International Ltd - Sedona, AZ) The Rogue Geophysicist, pen name for the scientist/historian of this work, developed an insatiable curiosity that over the decades led him to rediscover Planet X, the tenth planet in our solar system. Planet X is not a myth. Every ancient society living more than 2000 years ago had intimate knowledge of Planet X, its infrequent encounters with Earth, and left uncounted written traditions, historical accounts, ad art depicting the destruction and changes resulting from interactions with infrequent appearances of the celestial serpent/dragon. Planet X, the tenth planet, is the first ever written chronologic history of the universe, the evolution of our galaxy, our solar system, how Planet X developed, and explaining how and when Earth evolved into a water planet that spawned life on its surface. The credibility of this revolutionary work resides in the accurate interpretation of ancient documented knowledge, discoveries made by modern international space age probes, combined with provable scientific connections made by the author. Death is as significant to living as live itself and you will learn that Planet X, the celestial serpent/dragon, while responsible for life existing on Earth, in its next appearance out of ht heavens will spell the end of life on Earth. First published by Mobius International, Ltd

Title: Planet X - The Tenth Planet

Author Name: The Rogue Geophysist

Categories: Astronomy,

Publisher: Sedona AZ, Mobius International, Ltd: 2007

ISBN Number: 0979608902

ISBN Number 13: 9780979608902

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Jacket Condition: Near Fine

Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

SKU Book Number: 18693