There are presently nine known planets in the solar system if you want to include Pluto. It is possible that a tenth planet, referred to as “Planet X,” exists and is waiting to be discovered.
Soon after German astronomer (a scientist specializing in the study of matter in outer space) William Herschel discovered Uranus in 1781, scientists noticed that Uranus was changing direction from its predicted orbit. This led them to hypothesize that there was another planet out there, the gravitational field of which was tugging at Uranus. The next planet, Neptune, was discovered in 1841 independently by English astronomer John Couch Adams and French astronomer Urbain Leverrier. The existence of Neptune, however, was not able to totally explain Uranus’s orbital disturbances. Neptune showed movement away from its predicted orbit, as well. The search for Planet X continued.
7,207 years ago, during the cataclysm known as “Noah’s flood“, “sudden changes in temperature, violent storms and water avalanches from Antarctica broke off from their ‘ice prison’ Dr. John T. Hollin at Maine University (U.S.A.) considers that large pieces periodically came out of the Antarctic ice field creating a huge tide” (Zecharia Sitchin, The Twelfth Planet).
3,607 years ago, during the Jews’ Exodus from Egypt in the middle of the second millennium B.C., the Earth suffered big cataclysms. “A celestial body that recently entered our solar system – a new comet – came very close to Earth causing the eventual disappearance of the glacier layer“ (Immanuel Velikovsky, “Worlds in Collision“).
From our research, we think Nibiru will appear in December and pass over at the end of April. What year? We already guessed 2015 (obviously wrong). So maybe 2020, 2021?
After the Passover of Nibiru/Pole-shift, we think volcanic dust gloom will last up to 40 years. 3607 years ago, Moses reported 40 years where he wandered just east of the volcanoes in the Mediterranean.