Planet of the Old Testament gods now visible in sky as Google lifts the lid on perhaps the world’s best-kept secrets. Are we about to meet Lord Enki?
Every time talk of a tenth planet (or ninth if you discount the now downgraded Pluto) has been adduced before NASA by astronomers and star gazers, this has been vehemently denied and dismissed as little more than the conspiracy theorists’ flights of fancy. It turns out we, the so-called conspiracy theorists, have been right all along and NASA and its ilk must now cower in shame and ignominy.
Just over a week ago, there was a momentous development that oddly enough was totally ignored by the mainstream print and electronic media when it should have enjoyed front-page and “Breaking News” coverage throughout the globe. On the Internet and in peripheral online publications, the development trended virally.
In August 2007, Google, the lead Internet search engine, created Google Sky, a web mapping site which allows users to view cosmic images from NASA satellites, the Hubble Telescope, and the like. Right from day one, a patch of heavenly space was blacked out with a rectangular screen without any explanation. This prompted star gazers and even some “name” astronomers to speculate that Google was censoring an object the powers that be were eager that the ordinary global citizenry did not see. The almost unanimous view was that this object was Nibiru, also known as Planet X. It now emerges the hypothesis was spot-on.
On Wednesday June 24 2015, Google all of a sudden unveiled the portion of the sky that it had blanked out for nearly 8 years and lo and behold, the planet Nibiru was seen in all its glory! Nibiru, reckoned to be 4-8 times the size of Earth, appeared exactly as the Sumerians, the world’s first known civilisation that thrived in Mesopotamia (modern Iraq) 6,000 years ago, described and portrayed it in their cuneiform clay tablets and cylinder seals – a reddish planet with a wing-like glow. If you go to Google Sky right now, you will see the planet at these coordinates: HYPERLINK "https://www.google.com/sky/" l "latitude=22.61407353592708&longitude=-94.41178321838379&zoom=13&Spitzer=0.00&ChandraXO=0.00&Galex=0.00&IRAS=0.00&WMAP=0.00&Cassini=0.00&slide=1&mI=-1&oI=-1" t "_blank" 5 h 42m 21.0s 22° 36′ 45.7
Google did not offer any explanation as to its unheralded action. Maybe they just didn’t have the courage to own up to the fact that you cannot keep a lie forever as sooner or later it will come a cropper. Indeed, it seems it’s “conspiracy theorists” who have had the last laugh. Never, ever take us lightly again folks.
A 3600-YEAR ORBIT To those of you who have followed my writings in this paper over the last five years, planet Nibiru is a familiar theme. It was first mentioned in Sumerian records as the “planet of the gods”, the gods being mostly Enlil (the Bible’s Jehovah who was Earth’s Chief Executive Officer), Enki (Jehovah’s step-brother who was Earth’s Chief Operating Officer as well as the lead scientist who presided over a team that genetically engineered Adam and Eve into existence), and their clan. The Sumerians referred to the “gods” – flesh-and-blood beings who were gigantic, chalky-white, blue-eyed, and blonde-haired – as the Anunnaki, which simply means “Aliens”. In the Hebrew version of the Old Testament, the Anunnaki pantheon is referred to as the Elohim (from where we get the Setswana term ma loe, or wizards in English because their scientific feats seemed magical to primitive mankind).
Arguably the most outstanding illuminator on planet Nibiru and the saga of the Anunnaki is my departed friend Zechariah Sitchin (1920-2010). Sitchin wrote 15 books on the Anunnaki. His very first, published in 1976, was titled The 12th Planet. The title referred to Nibiru, which the Sumerians regarded as the 12th main celestial body of the Solar System (from the point of view of Earth) after the sun, the moon, and the familiar nine planets. As a planet, however, it was the tenth.
According to Sumerian records, Nibiru is the Anunnaki’s planet of origin. The planet was not always part of the Solar System. It was caught up in our region of space by the mighty gravity of the planet Neptune when about 4.5 billion years ago it drew nigh after drifting about in the vast expanse of the Milky Way Galaxy for eons. The Sumerians do not state the star from which Nibiru detached though we now know it is Sirius B. Nibiru has since been part of the Solar System but is not very well known in that it has a very long, elongated orbit (like that of a comet) and takes about 3600 Earth years to complete one revolution around the sun. Because of its rather lengthy circuit, it spends much of its peregrinations yonder in outer space, that is, well beyond Pluto. When it returns to the Solar System quarters, it courses through for only 60 years and is seen by Earthlings for 6 years. Its path arcs between Jupiter and Mars.
In the Hebrew version of the Old Testament, Nibiru is called Olam, translated in the misleading English versions as “from everlasting to everlasting”. It is also referred to as the Star of Jacob. The ancients called it Heaven or “The Lord” because that was where their gods, the Anunnaki, came from. All mankind therefore longed to go to Nibiru either corporeally or after death. In order to demonstrate to mankind that Nibiru was real, some Earthlings were taken there at intervals. Adapa (Adam), Enoch, Elijah, and Jacob did visit Nibiru. Only Elijah didn’t return. Enoch went there twice and when he did so for the second time, it seems he went for good. Sitchin says Nibiru was last seen by Earthlings in 550 BC. If that was indeed the case, then we don’t expect to see it up close (with the naked eye) here on Earth till about the year 3050. It seems, however, that the Sitchin permutations were out by a long shot. With Nibiru now plainly within sniffing distance, we could be seeing it live within the next 20-60 years.
SECRET THAT NEVER HELD Although Nibiru was in recent times detected as early as 1982, NASA has consistently parried suggestions to that effect. A Washington Post article dated December 30 1983 said: “A heavenly body possibly as large as the giant planet Jupiter and possibly so close to Earth that it would be part of this Solar System has been found in the direction of the constellation Orion by an orbiting telescope aboard the U.S. infrared astronomical satellite (IRAS)”. In a follow-up interview, Dr. Gerry Neugebauer, IRAS chief scientist for California’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and director of the Palomar Observatory for the California Institute of Technology, said with tongue in cheek that, “All I can tell you is that we don’t know what it is”. The following day, the story was hastily retracted: there was no such sighting, NASA said. The announcement had seemingly rubbed the powers that be the wrong way. Meanwhile, Dr Robert Harrington, the supervising astronomer of the US Naval Observatory, had been tracing the course of the planet since 1978. On August 30 1990, he invited Zechariah Sitchin to his office and confirmed to Sitchin that Nibiru did exist and was being tracked as it made its way toward the Solar System. At the time, Nibiru was 11.2 billion km from the sun. Sitchin and Harrington forged a collegial partnership in the tracking of Nibiru but it didnt last: Harrington soon died of oesophageal cancer which struck him all of a sudden. This was no natural death. It was an elimination for revealing what he was not supposed to. You can watch Sitchin and Harrington discussing Nibiru here: HYPERLINK "https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4zaMJk6FPk" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4zaMJk6FPk
ENKI MAY NOT SHOW UP When Nibiru has appeared in the ecliptic (our region of the Solar System) in the past, mankind has experienced mixed fortunes. Either there has been a spectacular leap in his quality of life thanks to radically new technology brought by the “gods” or a series of global cataclysms in the form of tsunamis, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and conflagrations have struck horrendously. Circa 11,000 BC, for instance, Nibiru occasioned the Great Flood, the deluge of Noah’s day. In the same close shave, the planet Mars was stripped of much of its atmosphere, forcing its inhabitants to relocate underground, where they continue to dwell in a sophisticated, high-tech domain.
Because of Nibiru’s unpredictability, Old Testament prophets such as Isaiah, Joel, and Zechariah began to prophesy about the “Terrible Day of the Lord” at least 200 years before it showed up. The prophet Amos, for instance, warned, “Woe unto you that desire the Day of the Lord; To what end is it for you? For the Day of the Lord is darkness and no light … Turneth morning unto death's shadow, Maketh the day dark as night; Calleth forth the waters of the sea and poureth them upon the face of the Earth.”
The Anunnaki have also not always disembarked to visit Earth when Nibiru has drawn close. In fact, the last time Nibiru was seen, the Anunnaki began to leave Earth en mass to return to their planet. Of the ruling pantheon, only Marduk, Enki’s son, and Utu-Shamash, Enlil’s grandson, remained seemingly. It is these two who continue to tussle for the control of the planet to date from their subterranean redoubts.
So for those of us who are looking forward to seeing Enki, the benevolent fashioner of mankind and who was resultantly the most pro-mankind of the Anunnaki pantheon that may remain a pipe dream for a long time to come. In any case, Enki may not even be based on planet Nibiru but in the Orion and Sirius star systems, where the Anunnaki originate.
Whatever the case, long live Lord Enki and welcome Nibiru!
Despite the President Dr Mokgweetsi Masisi and his Namibian counterpart, Hage Geingob giving an impression that the borderline security disputes are a thing of the past and that diplomatic ties remain tight, fresh developments from Namibia suggest otherwise, following Geingod’s close confidante’s attack on Botswana and its army.
Giving a Zambezi region state of the affairs last week, a Geingob-appointed governor of Zambezi region, Colonel Lawrence Ampofu, a retired Colonel in the Namibian Defence Force, former plan combatant during the liberation struggle of Namibia, in a written speech, charged at the BDF and condemned their killings of the Namibians as unacceptable.
“The security situation within our borders remains calm. The incidence of the Botswana Defence Force shootings and wanton killings on the Nchindo Brothers on 05 November 2020 and other 37 Namibian lives lost since independence remain a serious challenge with our neighbor, Botswana.
Our residents living along the Chobe, Linyanti and Kwandu rivers are living under constant threats, harassment, fear, intimidation and killings and such activities are condemned and not acceptable,” he said under the safety and security title.
The attack suggests that Namibia has not bought Botswana’s story. Ampofu was part of the entourage that accompanied Geingob to the three Nchindo brothers and their cousin who were gunned down by the BDF, and is reported to be privy to the details of the unpublished Botswana-Namibia joint investigations report about the killings as a governor or political head of the region which has eight electoral constituencies.
The report contains the sensitive details of how the three Namibians referred as poachers by the BDF – and Fisherman by the Namibian government were gunned down on 5 November last year along the Chobe River. They were Tommy (48), Martin (40) and Wamunyima Nchindo (36), and their cousin Sinvula Muyeme (44).
His views are not really in contrast to his President’s views who also described the BDF as trigger happy in a scripted report to his cabinet.
The Zambezi region is located in the extreme north east part of Namibia and covers a total of 14,667.6 square kilometres. “We share borders with Angola, Zambia to the north, Zimbabwe to the east and Botswana to the South,” he said.
Sampofu was first appointed governor of the former Caprive Region in 2010 by the former Namibian president, Hifikepunye Pohamba and was reappointed as Zambezi governor by President Dr.Hage Geingob in 2015, a term running to 2025.
37 Namibia residents killed by Botswana army so far
Sampofu is a man who continues to insist that Botswana has killed 37 residents of his region. A video posted by the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) shows him alleging that at least 37 Namibians were killed by the BDF, after he met with the community at Impalila.
“It is true, the BDF started long ago. As we speak 37 lives have been lost here in Impalila along the Chobe river going to Linyanti and Kwado rivers up to Lizauli. All those families lost their loved ones,” Ampofu said in the video posted by NBC.
It is not known how the BDF, which has maintained their position that the Namibians were engaging in illegal activities of poaching, treats the constant attacks by the Namibian authorities, but they have repeatedly vowed to continue protecting the country’s sovereignty and natural resources.
Botswana’s premier brewer and leading distributor of beer, Kgalagadi Breweries Limited (KBL), this month dragged the government of Botswana to court after President Mokgweetsi Masisi imposed an alcohol ban with immediate effect. KBL labelled the decision as unjustifiable, irrational and that it overrides the rights that are enshrined in the constitution.
This week, Masisi through attorneys representing the government disparaged the case in his written affidavit of KBL’s application, referring to it as frivolous and that it ought to be dismissed with costs on a punitive scale.
In his court papers, Masisi reminded KBL that Botswana is a Republic whose laws find validity from the constitution, and in terms of Section 17 of the constitution the President is empowered to declare a State of Emergency and that it is a common cause that Botswana is under such state.
“It is common course that there is in existence emergency powers (Covid-19) Regulations 2020 as amended from time to time which is solely designed to regulate the Covid-19 pandemic,” he said.
Masisi pointed out that he denies that the application before Court is proper such as to challenge the lawfulness and validity of a regulation made and a notice published in the exercise of a legislative function in accordance with the Emergency Powers Act which empowers the President to make regulations as appear to him to be necessary and expedient for securing public safety.
Furthermore, the President revealed that the decision to ban alcohol sales was not arrived at willy-nilly, but rather that there had been careful considerations that the risks posed by Covid-19 had increased and therefore it was expedient and necessary to suspend all liquor licenses.
Moreover, Masisi denied that the decision to reinstate the ban should be made by the Director of Health Services as indicated by KBL in their nature of the application, “the Director is to cause the notice to be published in the Gazette after consultation with the President.”
Masisi indicated that the role of the Director of Health Services is to publish a regulation made by the President.
He further, reminded KBL that the power to make regulations in a State of Public Emergency in accordance with the EPA lies with the President, “such power includes the amendment of any enactment, suspending the operation of any enactment or modification of an enactment.”
According to Masisi, his decision to ban alcohol sales was based on evidence provided by the Director of Health Services who indicated to him that there was a sudden spike in the transmission of the Covid-19 virus following the reinstatement of liquor licenses.
Another piece of advice tendered by the Director of Health to Masisi was that bars and other liquor outlets were some of the major hotspots in the sense of such being high-risk areas at which the virus spread rapidly.
“Alcohol was one of the major causes of non-compliance with the health protocols that were put in place to control the spread of the Covid-19 virus. Further, there was an indication that more arrests were made on people failing to adhere to Covid-19 protocols more particularly at places where there were gatherings,” he contended.
He pointed out that therefore, it was expedient and or necessary to preserve lives and to reduce the risks of transmissions of the virus to reinstate the suspension of liquor licenses.
Moreover, the President says that it must be noted that he avers that the Director of Health Services is a credible source on matters of public health of which he also accordingly gave due weight to the Director’s advice on deciding to reinstate the ban through the impugned notice.
“I am aware and was always aware at the time of promulgating the regulation complained of that it shall negatively affect some sectors of the economy. However, after due consideration and receipt of advice, I decided to give priority to the safety and health of the nation,” Masisi said.
He presaged KBL that it would not be prudent and in the best interest of the nation to ignore a health emergency such as Covid-19 and gave preference to trading and making of profits by the applicant. “The results would only be catastrophic to the extent that when we emerge from the scourge we would be left with a depleted and ailing nation from Covid-19 and its side effects.”
Furthermore, his written affidavit further pointed out that the decision to reinstate the ban on alcohol was taken notwithstanding understanding and appreciation of the economic hardships that would befall the country.
However, he said he deliberately made the decision based on the evidence provided to him by the Director of Health, whose evidence he believes to be credible to give public/safety and health priority over economic considerations in some sectors.
In making the decision, Masisi states that he was and considered different options including allowing for sale of alcohol consumption off premises, however the evidence he had been provided with suggested that such other alternatives would not achieve the overall objective of securing public safety and health by reducing the risk of the spread of the virus.
“By the time I imposed the ban, alcohol was already being sold for consumption off-premises. This did not work. The information provided to me by the Director and the Presidential Task-Force team demonstrated that consumers purchased alcohol and then loitered and consumed it within the peripheries of bars and other liquor outlets,” he said.
Attached to the affidavit as emphasis, were photographs and videos of Gaborone West, Phase 4 in mid-June 2021, which he explains circulated on social media and was brought to his attention.
“I need not say much about the photos as they depict a crowd exceeding 50 gathered at the parking area of a bar. There is little or no regard to Covid-19 protocols. It was clear to me and my advisors, including the Director of Health Services and members of the Presidential Task-Force team that the total ban of alcohol was necessary to manage the risk of increase in infections, to understand what seems to have led to an increase in the risk of infection when alcohol is present I was advised by the Presidential Task-Force team that scientifically there has been evidence that alcohol narrows physical distance,” he argued.
Masisi says that allegations made by KBL are serious allegations of infringement of fundamental rights yet they fail to state how imposition and reinstatement of the suspension of liquor licenses out of necessity and expediency of the health of the nation infringes on the rights as alleged.
In an embarrassing turn of events that depicts disintegration in government communication on the fight against COVID-19, President Mokgweetsi Masisi and Assistant Minister of Health & Wellness, Sethomo Lelatisitswe gave two conflicting statements on the same matter, same day, just minutes apart.
The Commander-in-Chef told health practitioners and residents in Ramotswa that the COVAX facility has scammed African countries after billions were paid in a crowd funding effort to procure COVID-19 vaccines in bulk.
“We have pumped money as developing countries of the African continent into the COVAX Facility but the returns were not satisfactory, they cheated us,” the President said in Ramotswa.
According to President Masisi, the COVAX facility Vaccine only came in bits and pieces, frustrating the continent ‘s head immunity targets amid rapidly spreading Delta Variant which is currently reversing all progress made by Africa in containing the contagious virus.
“What we are getting is very small portions of the vaccine, they keep telling us that there is shortage of supply, this is not fair, but we have paid in advance, however what can we do, we have no choice but to spend more money and look for other avenues of securing other available vaccines,” he said.
Meanwhile in Gaborone, Assistant Minister of Health and Wellness told Parliament that vaccine from COVAX facility is anchoring Botswana’s vaccination program.
“I am not aware of such information that COVAX facility is not delivering as expected, we are actually bolstered by COVAX facility in this country,” he said responding to a question from Mahalapye West Member of Parliament David Tshere who is also Chairman of Parliament Committee On Health and HIV/AIDS.
“We have received doses as ordered from the COVAX facility, and we are still receiving more, I have not seen that information which is purported to have been revealed by the President, unless its new information, we as the Ministry we are not aware of any frustrations by the COVAX facility,” he said.
COVAX is co-led by the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI), Gavi and the World Health Organization (WHO), alongside key delivery partner UNICEF.
Its aim is to accelerate the development and manufacture of COVID-19 vaccines, and to guarantee fair and equitable access for every country in the world.
The facility is a global coalition that works to ensure fair and equitable access of COVID-19 vaccines around the world. So far, 190 countries have joined the COVAX initiative, including all 22 countries in the Eastern Mediterranean Region.
The COVAX Facility aims to have 2 billion doses of COVID-19 vaccines available for distribution across the globe by the end of 2021, targeting those most at risk (e.g. frontline health workers) and most vulnerable severe diseases and death (e.g. elderly and people with co-morbidities).
On other vaccination issues President Masisi revealed, still in Greater Gaborone vaccination centre visits, that Botswana has placed orders with Pfizer, a United States vaccine producer noting that they have promised to deliver next year.
Meanwhile, government kick-started phase two of the Covid-19 vaccination program this week, opening up for ages between 30 and 54.
President Masisi revealed that this was done because some elderly were reluctant to be inculcated.
“We can’t take forever trying to convince people to take vaccine, we moved to the next age segments because we cannot afford to have vaccines-which are already in shortage supply to just lie there,” he said.
On Friday, Ministry of Health revealed that it was receiving large numbers of people below the age of 55 lining up to be vaccinated.
In a statement the Ministry of Health said it, “acknowledges the huge turnout that marked the commencement of the Phase two COVID-19 vaccination program”.
Given this high turnout, especially in the Greater Gaborone region, the ministry announced an extension of operation hours in order to serve the huge crowds that had come for vaccination.
Of the nearly 85 000 doses that were being doled across the country as first doses, the majority of the Greater Gaborone vaccination sites were already getting depleted by 1800hrs on 22 July 2021.
As a result of this development, the ministry took a decision to discontinue the extended hours of operation announced yesterday for vaccination sites in Gaborone.
This means that vaccination sites in Gaborone and elsewhere in the country which still have some vaccines, will offer them in the normal working hours and days of the week.
The Ministry says it appreciates the great desire to be vaccinated shown by thousands of citizens and residents of this country and wishes to assure them that it will continue to expedite their vaccination every time vaccines become available. As has been communicated in various fora, more vaccines are expected in August 2021.
As at July 2021, Botswana has so far received 62, 400 doses of AstraZeneca/COVISHIELD bought through the Covax facility, 30,000 doses of AstraZeneca vaccine donated by the Republic of India, 19, 890 doses of the Pfizer vaccine bought through the COVAX facility, 200, 000 doses of the Sinovac vaccine, donated by the Peoples Republic of China and another 200, 000 doses of the Sinovac vaccine bought through bilateral negotiations with Sinovac company in China.
“We encourage Batswana to remain hopeful that although it’s taking longer than anticipated, enough COVID-19 vaccines will eventually arrive in our country. We urge them to always strictly abide by all COVID-19 protocols so that they protect themselves and others from this deadly virus,” the ministry said.