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Hooray! Nibiru is Here!


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!

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Travel ban unfair and unjustified – Masisi

7th December 2021
President Dr Mokgweetsi Masisi

For the past two years, the world has been at combat with various COVID-19 variants. A new variant of concern which is considered to have a combination of the greatest hits (Alpha, Beta, Gamma, and Delta) has sent alarm bells around the world.

Botswana’s COVID-19 genomic surveillance, which actively monitors COVID-19 variants in Botswana, picked four samples that were concerning and discovered a completely new variant. In accordance with international obligations, as a responsible member state under the International Health Regulations of 2005, Botswana submitted the suspected new variant for the entire global scientific community to respond to this early finding. Shortly after, the Republic of South Africa, also submitted a similar concerning variant.

The new variant, ‘Omicron’ is named after the 15th letter of the Greek Alphabet to avoid public confusion and stigma.
The news spread like wild fire which resulted in European Union member states, the United Arab Emirates and United States of America imposing travel bans on Botswana and other sister SADC nations, resulting in drawing a wedge between nations.

In his address on the occasion of an update on Government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic President Dr Mokgweetsi Masisi has shunned the response by some countries to Botswana’s detection of the Omicron variant stating that it is unfortunate as it appears to have caused unnecessary panic amongst the public across the world. He considers it defeating the spirit of multilateral cooperation in dealing with this global pandemic.

“The decision to ban our citizens from travelling to certain countries was hastily made and is not only unfair but is also unjustified while remain confident that reason and logic will prevail, the harshness of the decision has the effect of our shaking our belief in the sincerity of declared friendship and commitment of equality and economic prosperity for us,” he said.

President Masisi has appealed to the nations that have imposed travel restrictions on Botswana to reflect and review their travel restrictions stance against the Southern African region.

African leaders and heads of state are in agreement on a matter. Some stating that the travel bans are ‘uncalled for, afro phobic, unscientific, strict, unfair and unjustified’. They have come out to bash the unilateral travel bans and request immediate upliftment of the restrictions imposed on SADC member states by European Union member states, the United Arab Emirates and United States of America.

While Batswana are banned from international travel, locally as at 26th November 2021, a total of 195 068 COVID19 cases and 2 418 deaths had been reported since the beginning of the pandemic.

“We have been steadily witnessing a decrease in the number of new cases and deaths in the last three months. We are currently reporting an average of less 10 infections per 100 000 people compared to 648 cases per 100 000 people at the peak of the third wave. We have also observed a gradual decline in hospitalizations across the country with an average of less than 10 patients at a time at Sir Ketumile Masire Teaching Hospital (SKMTH) and our other health facilities countrywide,” pointed out President Masisi.

Masisi encouraged Batswana not to despair as to date, all the nations’ key indicators remain stable. “This is comforting although it still does not warrant any complacency on our part in terms of behaviour and other attitudinal patterns towards this dreadful disease. We are actively monitoring the evolving situation in view new variant of concern,’’ he sternly advised.

Government through the different Ministries leading the different sectors, has been working tirelessly to prepare for potential outbreaks and a fourth (4th) wave. This will be achieved through; installing oxygen generating plants and increasing skilled human capacity.

With regards to the vaccination programme; as of 29th November 2021, an estimated One Million and Fifty Three Thousand Three Hundred and Sixty One (1 053 361) people translating to 75.7% of the target Batswana citizens and residents over the age of 18 years have received at least 1 dose of the COVID-19 vaccines. A total of Nine Hundred and Fifty Thousand Nine Hundred and Seventy Three (950 973) people translating to 68.4% have been fully vaccinated. This number exceeds the 64% target Botswana has set to achieve by end of December 2021.

Masisi enthusiastically revealed that; “We are one of the three countries in Africa that have achieved the World Health Organisation target of vaccinating at least 40% of the entire population by December 2021. We are committed to ensure that all is done to reduce the transmission of the virus in the country.

More vaccines are being procured to ensure availability for those who have not yet received any dose. Government is also considering booster doses for those who may be identified as qualifying for them.”

President Masisi urged Batswana to continue observing the COVID-19 health protocols of social distancing, washing hands or sanitizing and wearing masks and avoid unnecessary travelling.

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China pledges a billion vaccines to Africa

7th December 2021

As COVID-19 pandemic continues to shake the world, China has promised to donate a billion coronavirus vaccines, advance billions of dollars for African trade and infrastructure, and write off interest-free loans to African countries to help the continent recover from the coronavirus pandemic. All these promises emerged at the Conference of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) held in Senegal at the end of November 2021.

Chinese President Xi Jinping announced that China will provide one billion doses of vaccines to Africa when delivering keynote speech at the Eighth Ministerial FOCAC via video link on 29th November. Of those, 600 million would be via donations and the rest would be produced jointly by African countries and Chinese companies. In addition, China would send medical teams to help the continent deal with the pandemic.

President Xi also announced nine programmes that China will work closely with African countries in the next three years. He mentioned the medical and health program, the poverty reduction and agricultural development program, the trade promotion program, the investment promotion program, the digital innovation program, the green development program, the capacity building program, the cultural and people-to-people exchange program, the peace and security program. President Xi hailed China-Africa relations as a shining example for building a new type of international relations.

Furthermore, Xi said Beijing would pump US$10 billion into African financial institutions for onward lending to small and medium enterprises. He promised to extend another US$10 billion of its International Monetary Fund allocation of special drawing rights, which would help stabilise foreign exchange reserves. In addition, China will write-off interest-free loans due this year, to help the economies that had been ravaged by the pandemic. Last year, China also promised to write off interest-free loans due at the end of 2020.

Beijing pledged US$60 billion to finance Africa’s infrastructure at the forum in Johannesburg in 2015, and a similar amount when the gathering was held in the Chinese capital in 2018. But in the past few years, Chinese lenders, including the policy banks – Exim Bank of China and China Development Bank – have become more cautious and are now demanding bankable feasibility studies amid debt distress in the continent.

Besides seeking more money for projects, Xi said China would encourage more imports of African agricultural products, and increase the range of zero-tariff goods, aiming for US$300 billion of total imports from Africa in the next three years.

China would also advance US$10 billion of trade financing to support African exports into China. He said the country would also advance another US$10 billion to promote agriculture in Africa, send 500 experts and establish China-Africa joint agro-technology centres and demonstration villages. African countries are pushing to grow exports of agricultural products into China. At the moment, Beijing maintains an enormous trade surplus over the continent. African imports from China include machinery, electronics, construction equipment, textiles and footwear.

Meanwhile, State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi summarized FOCAC achievements when meeting with journalists ahead the 8th FOCAC Ministerial Conference. Wang said that the FOCAC is a crucial platform for collective dialogue between China and Africa and an effective mechanism for practical cooperation.

He said since the inception of the FOCAC 21 years ago, Chinese enterprises have built over 10,000 kilometers of railways, nearly 100,000 kilometers of roads, nearly 1,000 bridges, nearly 100 ports, and over 80 large-scale power facilities in Africa.

In addition, they have assisted Africa in building over 130 medical facilities, 45 gymnasiums and more than 170 schools, and training over 160,000 professionals in various fields. Chinese medical teams have provided medical service to an accumulated number of 230 million, and China’s network service has covered around 700 million user terminals.

Yi said that the Eighth FOCAC Ministerial Conference was a great success. According to Yi, the success of the conference confirmed the strong will of China and Africa to work together to overcome difficulties and seek common development, and showed the huge potential and bright prospects of China-Africa cooperation.

Wang summarized the most important consensus reached at the conference as following: 1) both sides will promote the spirit of China-Africa friendship and cooperation; 2) China and Africa will work together to defeat the pandemic; 3) both sides will work to enrich China-Africa cooperation in the new era; 4) the two sides will work together to practice true multilateralism; 5) China and Africa will jointly build a China-Africa community with a shared future in the new era.

FOCAC, is one of the developments that came as a major shift in the dynamics of the China-Africa relationships came about in the 1980s when China embarked upon its “Opening up and Reform Policy” –a wide-ranging policy that gave birth to the new China. Economic and geo-strategic interests rather than the desire to export a specific political philosophy drive China’s current relationship with Africa.

For Africa though, the key problem is that our economies are weak in value creation. 
As argued by one economist, what workers and factories produce is produced more efficiently, with better quality and at lower cost, by other economies. “In such circumstances, making money is easier through rent than through value creation.

African governments should be capable of guiding their private sector towards value creation, a key factor for achieving a sustainable competitive edge in the global market. Furthermore, partnerships that Africa forges should be targeted to enhance such an environment”. The question remains as to whether China’s intervention in Africa will help address this challenge.

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COVID-19 has pushed cost of living up – report

7th December 2021

A report by The Economist Intelligence Unit (The EIU) has given its outlook for the rise and fall of living costs around the world.

The report is based on current and past trends impacting the cost of living, including currency swings, local inflation and commodity shocks. In addition, it compares more than 400 individual prices across over 200 products and services in 173 cities.

The Worldwide Cost of Living (WCOL) rankings continue to be sensitive to shifts brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, which have pushed up the cost of living across the world’s major cities. Although most economies are now recovering as covid-19 vaccines are rolled out, the world’s major cities still experience frequent surges in cases, prompting renewed social restrictions. In many cities this has disrupted the supply of goods, leading to shortages and higher prices.

The report highlights that “the inflation rate of the prices tracked in the EIU’s WCOL across cities is the fastest recorded over the past five years. It has accelerated beyond the pre-pandemic rate, rising by 3.5% year on year in local-currency terms in 2021, compared with an increase of just 1.9% in 2020 and 2.8% in 2019.”

However; supply-chain problems, as well as exchange-rate shifts and changing consumer demand, have led to rising prices for commodities and other goods. The most rapid increases in the WCOL index were for transport, with the price of a litre of petrol up by 21% on average.

Tel Aviv, a city on Israel’s Mediterranean coast tops the WCOL rankings for the first time ever, making it the most expensive city in the world to live in. The Israeli city climbed from fifth place last year, pushing Paris down to joint second place with Singapore. Tel Aviv’s rise mainly reflects its soaring currency and price increases for around one-tenth of goods in the city, led by groceries and transport, in local-currency terms. Property prices (not included in the index calculation), have also risen, especially in residential areas.

The cheapest cities are mainly in the Middle East and Africa, or in the poorer parts of Asia. Damascus has easily retained its place as the cheapest city in the world to live in. It was ranked the lowest in seven of the ten pricing categories, and was among the lowest in the remaining three. While prices elsewhere have generally firmed up, in Damascus they have fallen as Syria’s war-torn economy has struggled. Tripoli, which also faces political and economic challenges, is ranked second from the bottom in our rankings, and is particularly cheap for food, clothing and transport.

“Over the coming year, we expect to see the cost of living rise further in many cities. Inflationary expectations are also likely to feed into wage rises, further fuelling price rises. However, as central banks cautiously raise interest rates to stem inflation, price increases should moderate from this year’s level. We forecast that global consumer price inflation will average 4.3% in 2022, down from 5.1% in 2021 but still substantially higher than in recent years. If supply-chain disruptions die down and lockdowns ease as expected, then the situation should improve towards the end of 2022, stabilising the cost of living in most major cities.”

“The survey has been designed to enable human resources and finance managers to calculate cost-of-living allowances and build compensation packages for expatriates and business travellers. It can also be used by consumer-goods firms and other companies to map pricing trends and determine optimum prices for their products across cities. In addition, the data can be used to understand the relative expense of a city to formulate policy guidelines,” highlights the report.

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