This is part 2 of our blog on Planet X or Planet 9 (Nine) or Nibiru.

In the first part, we ended the blog on the thought that people associating Nibiru cataclysm with Mayan 2012 phenomenon were wrong but is NASA right to completely reject the other point of views.

What we understood based off our internet research, one of the scientists countered the idea of a rouge planet by suggesting that if this Planet X had come through the solar system in the past and that if it’s on an orbit of 3600 years, this planet would have definitely affected the orbits of the inner planets anywhere form Mercury to Neptune and possibly affecting the satellites like moons and other bodies that scientists have ascertained to exist currently.

We raised the question previously – Can it be that some parts of those theories may hold true? Is it possible that differing voices (against mainstream media and governments) know that something like Planet X exists and is real, but may not have entirely decoded the facts of this mysterious planet?

According to the researchers (Batygin and Brown) at Caltech who have been working on the Planet Nine hypothesis for last few years, first presented the idea in 2016 that a substantial planet may exist in our solar system beyond Neptune in Kuiper Belt.

(Kuiper Belt is the region ‘extending from the orbit of Neptune to approximately 50 AU from the Sun’)

Evidence of a Ninth Planet – Caltech 2016 report

In 2016, their research did not agree with the theory regarding orbit of 3600 years. Back then they believed that the orbit may be 20 times bigger than that of Neptune, which means that it could take anywhere between 10,000 to 20,000 years for this planet to orbit the sun. [1]

You can find their 2016 paper titled ‘Evidence for a Distant Giant Planet in the Solar System’ which includes a lot of cool scientific details at the following address: ->

These scientists are not the only ones on this quest for truth. Astronomers Chad Trujillo and Scott Sheppard first proposed this idea based on their research a few years back about ‘the existence of a large “perturber” far beyond Neptune.’ [2] Both these research is focusing on a lot of weird and unexplainable things happening in the outer solar system in the Kuiper Belt and these scientists, believe that there is no other plausible way to explain these phenomena other than a giant planet, five to ten times larger than the Earth.

In 2019, Batygin and Brown along with a few more scientists, published another scientific paper at Caltech titled ‘The planet nine hypothesis’ [3] in which their colleague Fred Adams from University of Michigan emphasized that there are ‘multiple reasons to believe that Planet 9 is real, not just one.’

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