Nibiru's Influence on Our Solar System (part 2)
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Nibiru's Influence on Our Solar System (part 2)

And then it happened. From outside this solar system, from somewhere in space an intruder appeared that would end up influencing the sculpting of this solar system irreversibly. The name of this intruding planet would be Nibiru in the original Sumerian, however the Babylonians later renamed this planet Marduk in honor of their god Marduk.

CONTINUED FROM HERE:  According to these texts our Sun existed first, along with (or followed by?) Mercury, and farther away "TI.AMAT", the latter meaning "Maiden of Life". Gradually this solar system expanded by the birth of three pairs:

1. Venus and Mars, between Mercury and Tiamat.

2. Two huge planets Jupiter and Saturn, beyond Tiamat.

3. Uranus and Neptune farther out.

And then it happened. From outside this solar system, from somewhere in space an intruder appeared that would end up influencing the sculpting of this solar system irreversibly. The name of this intruding planet would be Nibiru in the original Sumerian, however the Babylonians later renamed this planet Marduk in honor of their god Marduk.

Artist rendition of Nibiru, sometimes also called the Winged Disk, because of the gasses forming "wings" or "horns".

As the intruding planet came near our solar system, the first planet to attract it with its gravity was Neptune. This force pulled a bulge out of the side of Nibiru/Marduk that tore away and most likely is now Neptune's moon Triton.

Same way, more satellites were created as Nibiru passed by Uranus. Uranus gained its four major moons during this encounter, and Nibiru gained three satellites.

Saturn and Jupiter's immense gravitational pull pulled Nibiru even more into the midst of this planetary system, and Nibiru had a collision with Saturn. It changed the path of Nibiru, and the chief satellite of Saturn ended up somewhere in the direction of Mars and Venus. This satellite of Saturn would go on to be known by us today as Pluto, although it would only later be repositioned to its orbit that we know of today.

The collision having changed the orbital path of Nibiru, Nibiru was now on course towards Tiamat.

Tiamat was quite unstable because of the two huge planets beyond her and the two smaller planets between her and the sun, pulling her all over the place with their gravitational forces. The result of this instability was that pieces tore off her that became raging satellites and moons orbiting around her.

One of these large satellites around her grew to almost planetary size and was about to attain its own orbit around the sun as an independent planet. The Sumerians called this planet KIN.GU.

The dramatics was about to start as Nibiru with its seven satellites was on its way towards Tiamat and its eleven satellites... would there be one catastrophic collision? Please continue reading here to find out...

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