The earthquakes today in Virginia, DC, Ohio, NC, NY and Toronto prove that Planet X has begun to magnetically influence the US.Here's a really good book on Planet X and the mysterious death of Dr. Robert Harrington:Here's a brief synopsis of Harrington and his work, for those of you who aren't familiar:A 7-YEAR SURVIVAL GUIDE TO THE CROSSING OF PLANET X
Dr. Robert S. Harrington, the chief astronomer of the U.S. Naval Observatory, died before he could publicize the fact that Planet X is approaching our Solar System.Many feel his death part of a cover-up. One in which government agencies quickly moved to conceal the most earth-shaking discovery in history. If so, the search for truth begins in
. New ZealandWeigh together the following numerous facts:1. Publicity of Harrington's discovery would pose a great threat to the social, political, and economic stability of the World;
- It is extremely unlikely that a man would contract cancer and die within a matter of days, suffering the sudden impact of pain and debilitation characteristic of rapid onset cancer, while miraculously traveling on a physically demanding expedition and performing intensive astronomical operations. From his obituary:
Robert (Bob) Harrington died on Jan. 23, 1993 after a short, but determined, battle against esophageal cancer. He left his wife, Betty, two daughters, a sister, and his parents.
- Even though Dr. Harrington died before he could publicize the fact that Planet X is approaching our Solar System, the U.S. Naval Observatory was apprised of it, as was NASA, yet these government agencies concealed this most earth-shaking discovery in history; (This appears to be true, as this writer spent a week searching the Internet for information to the contrary and found none.)In 1991, Dr. Robert S. Harrington, the chief astronomer of the U.S. Naval Observatory, took an 8-inch telescope to Black Birch, New Zealand, one of the few viewing points on Earth optimal for sighting Planet X, which he definitively calculated to be approaching from below the ecliptic at an angle of 40 degrees.