Earth travels 940 million kilometers (584 million miles) in its orbit around the Sun each year,
at about 100,000 km/h (63,000 mph). The planet currently accepted as being the largest in our System – Jupiter - travels at less than half this speed in its Solar orbit. Sitchin said that Nibiru orbited our Sun every 3,600 years and, as I read his theories, it should not pass near Earth again for some centuries yet. Even if it is headed in our direction, and if it was travelling ten times faster than Earth moves through space, it is still hundreds, or maybe even thousands of years away from us.
We should try to learn as much as we can about Planet X… without living in fear of it.
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