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      Nibiru’s orbit is 3,612 years. Most people think the orbit is 3,600 years, but Primary Magnetic Incursion differs on each encounter. If you count from one incursion with Earth, complete a full orbit to the next over several orbits it will average out to approximately 3612 years.

      Orbit inclination (from ecliptic) – If outside the moderate particle density of this solar system then nibiru approaches approximately 11 degrees below the ecliptic. Once Nibiru encounters a certain point of particle density as it enters the solar system, it changes to a 32 degree approach.

      – Jericho’s fall at 1586 BC
      – According to Biblical Theology of the Old Testament – Hebrew Exode was 1586 BC
      This would place 2026 as the passage of Nibiru.

      Researchers in various lands are now beginning to take advantage of the new timeline. Archeologists from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel and the University of Groningen in the Netherlands have used it to come up with new results for the fall of Jericho. This was the first city to be sacked by Joshua and the Israelites after crossing the Jordan and completing the 40 year wilderness wandering, as detailed in Joshua chapter 6. Secular scholars had long held that the city had been destroyed (and the walls collapsed due to an earthquake) around 1400 BC. But the new date based upon the tree ring chronology and “high precision radiocarbon dating on charred cereal grains” from Jericho was found to be about 45 years after the eruption of Thera, thus pinpointing Jericho’s fall to about 1586 BC.4 It is even speculated that the heavy clouds of dust and smoke emitted by the volcano might have caused the biblical “darkness that can be felt” (Exodus 10:21) that was part of the plagues inflicted by God upon Egypt to release Israel from bondage under Pharaoh.5


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