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Narrated by Garrett Kiesel https://kieselkreative.com
[7 | The First Moon]
4.5 billion years ago, when Earth was just a floating blue ball, it whipped around the Sun with a sister planet, opposing its trail. The two spheres of massive proportion would zip past each other on each revolution, never coming in contact. Each of their orbits was shifted slightly from being uniform with the sun like two overlapping circles. This neighboring planet to Earth would eventually become known as Planet Theia.
Theia was a very unique and special planet. Its path about the center of the solar system went against all logic in the local galaxy. It orbited the Sun in a clockwise direction, unlike everything else moving counterclockwise. It was also like Earth because it was mostly hydrogen and oxygen. However, it was free from water in any form, and surface life was not present.
The atmosphere was predominantly made up of hydrogen—a miniature sun weighting to ignite. Its core consisted of magnesium, an element abundant in Earth’s crust and seawater. The rare combination of pure element accumulations made the planet act more like a balloon in the wind than a body stuck in the quicksand of gravity.
Theia was not externally inhabitable but offered all the elements necessary and nested comfortably within the habitable zone. It was only a matter of time before it would have become teeming with life—that is, until it met its inevitable doom.
Theia and Earth, like two siblings, fought for their mother’s attention—their mother, the Sun. They whipped and twirled about it for millennia attempting to knock the other out of orbit with each flyby. The two planets grasped at all passing objects, sucking them in with their gravity to enhance their size. The increase in mass offered a more significant pull of gravity. Combined with the rotational motion and elliptical trajectories, the larger of the two would have the advantage of pushing the other out of orbit.
If one took the two planets and sped up their evolution over billions of years to a thirty-minute show, it would look as if they were conscious and well aware of the other’s presence within their orbit—a celestial conflict for the primary use of the Sun.
The ballet between the two continued until their sizes could no longer keep them from grazing the other when passing by. They inched closer and closer on their almost uniform trajectories about the Sun for millennia, only in opposite directions. Once the two bodies gained enough mass so that they were of the approximate size, the grouping pushed gravity into a balance. They both then shifted slightly out of their overlapping trajectory into the same course. This happened when each was on the opposite side of the Sun relative to the other. Their new path aligned them on an almost circular route, with a uniform radius about the Sun.
There had been another planet—planet Nibiru—caught in the motion of the two orbiting bodies. The clockwise and counterclockwise movement of Earth and Theia kicked Nibiru back and forth on a semi orbit of the Sun. This action kept it within the habitable zone on a permanent sunny holiday. It would have been as if the United States reversed rotation in November, sending it back to June. Then in June, it would get kicked around, sending it to November. This back-and-forth semi orbit was broken when the two bodies balanced out, sending Nibiru on a new trajectory stretched across all the planets.
The final equating mass was a classic iron asteroid about the size of Rhode Island. It flew past Earth—just missing it—headed towards the Sun.
When it approached the Sun, the extreme heat expanded it, melting out any noniron contaminants. The chemical reactions then flung it off its direct hit course with the gas ball. When it reentered the vacuum of space, the freezing temperatures forced the molting ball of metal into a nearly perfect sphere—an island-sized cannonball destined for Theia.
The smooth iron ball reached Theia within days, slipping right through the troposphere into the hydrogen-encompassed surface. The massive collection of hydrogen invites the subzero metal in without disruption. Unlike an oxygen-filled atmosphere chafing an object into flames, a hydrogen-filled atmosphere nurtures it like a child jumping into a hamper of warm, freshly cleaned sheets.
The absorption of the massive metal bead was what tipped the planet into equilibrium with the Earth; it was the yank that stretched the spring, breaking the gravitational coefficient between the bodies. The alterations locked the two on the same orbital path. The new positions gave them approximately 180-days to enjoy a lone orbit before the inevitable clash of singularity occurs.
Just shy of a half a year later, the two planets neared the other. All the other planets in the solar system felt the oncoming doom resonate through the median of spacetime. It is as if they all stopped their orbiting paths—if only for an instant. They then sat back to enjoy the show, observing the beautiful catastrophe about to occur.
On day 178, the facing surface materials of Earth and Theia began pushing back to the opposite ends of the planets like blowing air on a spoonful of thick soup. The extreme increase in gravity brought on by the planets closing in on the other, ripped the atmospheres open, uniformly separating the gases that previously shelled the worlds.
On day 179, the friction from Theia’s separating atmosphere rubbing against outer space causes the separated hydrogen collection to ignite, bursting into a brilliant blue flame as if it were a celestial Bunsen burner. The force pushing the atmosphere to the opposite end of the planet makes Theia look like a spherical rocket with a translucent cobalt flame. This unforeseen reaction sends Theia accelerating out of its head on trajectory with Earth.
On day 180, the fiery blue flames disappeared, leaving behind the first liquid surface Theia had ever known. The intensity of the outer layer of burning hydrogen caused the lower layer to fuse with the oxygen surface of Theia, generating a clear blue exterior free of any life and contaminants. The entire planet looked like the beachfront of a Caribbean Island. For a brief moment in history, two crystal blue planets circled the Sun.
On day 181, Earth and Theia met their destined collision. Because Theia had been knocked out of orbit, it was on a rogue path headed outward or possibly into a new alignment further away from the Sun. But it was too late; the two planets had come too close to miss the inevitable obliteration.
Earth had the Sun on its side, helping it remain in its orbit. Theia then came closer and closer until about 70% of its mass struct Earth’s spinning body. Oceans slapped together like two sumo wrestlers slick with oil. The connection generated such friction that lightning bolts spread out in all directions. The crooked beams of light crawled across each planet’s surfaces, crackling so loud that the soundwaves carried particles into space, allowing the sound to be taken to other worlds. Not a single object in the solar system went untouched by this impact.
The water from the two planets then mixed together, creating mega waves half the size of the Earth. Theia had been shaken from stability, so the majority of its surface melts into Earth’s. Following the collision—for a few minutes—all of Earth’s aquatic life resided within a standing wave the shape of a steep bowl. The waves then shot to the back of Earth, pulling water back, exposing the barren seabed.
Theia had only just formed water the day prior, so the base of its liquid surface was still the metallic color of its magnesium core. There had been a layer of various elements protecting the inner body until the force blew it back. The magnesium core then moved into the Earth’s crust as it sideswiped the planet. Fractures broke in the seabed of Earth, exposing its molting lava core, oozing out an array of liquidized alloys that separate and settle into gold, silver, and other precious elements.
Shortly after the collision, the waves sent to the opposite end of the planet make their way back around after meeting themselves. While the water traveled the globe, the core of Theia wedged itself within the Earth’s earth like shooting a pinball into a thick piece of clay, leaving it half lodged on the surface.
The magnesium core of Theia sat for an instant pivoted in the calmness of the storm. This element keeps its atomic form until it mixes with water, which causes a reaction so powerful that it separates the hydrogen from the H2O—igniting simultaneously. When the massive floods of water began pouring in, they caught fire. It looked like blue versions of black lava rolling across the land, inflaming everything it encounters.
As the first droplets of water touch the metal, spurts of hydrogen begin flinging off, quickly catching fire. Then more water drowns the metal, putting it out for a moment. Once the reaction restarts, a blast equivalent to thousands of atomic bombs blows Theia’s core to pieces.
The force sent a fourth of its mass outward, creating a belt of debris that orbits the Earth. Along with the scattering of the core, pools of water plopped into space, quickly forming into building-sized icicles that flew outward like a fleet of warships preparing for battle. The bulk of them headed towards Nibiru, ripping through its atmosphere. The collection of pointy objects then plunged themselves deep into the crust the way an angry porcupine would to a patch of smooth threatening skin. The ice littered the planet’s surface with everything it needs to form life on its next orbit into the habitable zone.
The two bodies eventually came to a calm, fusing into a new Earth. At the same time, the externally blasted chunks collected like scattered magnets in its orbit. Within a few million years, the Earth reformed its liquid surface, surrounding a large patch of land where the collision occurred. Then, tides began flowing in and out—momentum caused by Earth’s brand-new moon built from the wreckage of the crash.
[8 | Nibiru]
Planet Nibiru is the only planet in the solar system that does not orbit in a wedged position between the other worlds. The planet’s orbit, like all planets, is elliptical in nature. However, the invisible line it travels along is so extended that the circular trail from one end to the other appears parallel at a distance. On average, one Nibiru year is equal to 7,500 Earth years. 2,500 of those years are spent within close proximity to Earth. It then leaves and takes around 5,000 years to return to the habitable zone, leaving the planet stuck in a blackout region of space.
While Nibiru is within the habitable zone, the Earth comes close to it at least 2,000 times while making its standard orbits.
Nibiru’s path is slowed drastically when it enters back into the Goldilocks Zone. The Sun’s gravitational pull with the other nearby bodies causes it to become nearly stagnant as it floats about the Sun. A location it once knew well before Theia, and the Earth’s collision forced it on its new trajectory.
At 4.5 billion years BCE, an artificial moon was sent back in time, preventing the collisions of Theia and the Earth. The architects had been unaware of the presence of the planet before their launch of the Moon. When the fake moon arrived, it sent an unexpected gravitational wave across the solar system, which kicked Theia off its orbit. This wave also affected another planet, Planet Phaeton. Phaeton had a unique orbit unbounded by the sun, a trajectory that was still about the Sun but nonuniform. The gravitational wave that came through knocked it out of its position, wedged between Mars and Jupiter. This separation caused a second gravitational wave to shoot across the solar system, repositioning the elongated orbit of Nibiru.
When Theia was knocked out of its path to collide with Earth, the artificial moon used gravity wave pulses to guide it into the Sun.
The two planets would have made contact, and it would have been the crushing display of fiery lava, spewing chunks of the planets every which way. But the artificial interference prevented this from happening—an act that would cost the planet Nibiru its place within the galaxy.
The newly found Moon repositioned Earth to a more uniform orbit, and Theia went tumbling into the sun. When Theia hit the sun, it rolled into it one quadrant at a time, melting into nothingness. A spectacular sight to watch an entire planet evaporate one piece at a time as it spins into a massive ball of fiery gas. This action had an irreparable effect on the orbit of Nibiru. Since the separation of Phaeton, Mars, and Jupiter’s locked triplet orbit about the Sun was broken, the natural formation of the solar system had to adjust all planets into new alignments. Nibiru was then sent on a scattered trajectory—something the Anunnaki did not anticipate in their calculations—something that wouldn’t be detectable until the future.
At that time, the Sun was a changing T-Tauri star. The impact of Theia and the Sun sped up an already set-in motion process. It set forth the transition from a T-Tauri to the Yellow Dwarf we see today, permanently altering a solar system that once existed on another string of time.
[9 | The Anunnaki]
The last time any of the Nibiru natives—The Anunnaki—saw Earth was when it was still a single landmass touted with giant feathery lizards. This was around 115,000 BCE when they were still a relatively primitive race of humanoids.
The Anunnaki spent 2,000 years near the Sun before realizing that they would be exiting the preferred distance from the star. They hadn’t any knowledge of the last elongated orbit. It is unknown to them if they evolved on Nibiru or were placed there by an external intelligence. They simply never had any reason to pursue such knowledge. The perfect environment provided the race with an ideal lifestyle, not knowing what natural death is. Hence, advancements in science weren’t necessary for survival.
They spent most of their original 2,500-year paradise orbit close to the Sun, a fruitful life. They never felt temperatures below 70 degrees or above 90. Their home was a single continent always pointed to the Sun. They advanced slowly, not needing technology to survive due to the abundance of resources and lack of predators. An essentially vegan race, peaceful and caring. The planet did not have much animal life other than small critters not worth the trouble. The lack of hunting left them a nonaggressive race, never knowing war or disagreement—just love and caring for everyone—a true Garden of Eden. It wasn’t until they tasted the fruits of technology that their minds became tainted.
Once learning of their soon-to-be dark and frozen destination, they all began studying science, moving away from their Hawaiian lifestyles of peace and tranquility. They learned quickly that the time they had left was vital to prepare themselves for the oncoming winter of space.
The Planet Nibiru is the Opposite of Earth when it comes to land and water ratio, so the people made the best decision they could with the science they developed and decided to hollow out the inner workings of Nibiru and relocate underground. They spent their time carving and gathering soil and plants. They studied the structures of cave working such that they could maintain airflow throughout as well as to keep smoke from fires moving through the caves and chimneys. It was pretty ingenious work for such a primitive culture. The tunnels went thousands of feet underground. They built gardens and learned about electricity so they could have artificial light to keep them growing. They essentially made a duplicate surface ecosystem on a much smaller scale within the planet.
On their final days, as they felt the temperature drop below seventy for the first time, they gazed upon the giant blue ball of rippling liquid as they left the Sun. They had always fantasized about Earth every time it passed them. It would come so close; it may have been mistaken for a moon that looked like a crystal ball in the sky. They all fantasized about making it their home. Still, they had only recently discovered electricity and hadn’t the push to even consider something like space travel. They never had a motivation to do anything other than eat, celebrate life, and make love. The idea of jumping planets was a fantasy for them.
At the time, they were unaware that their planet would soon be orbiting hundreds of millions of miles away from the Sun. They observed the Earth and how it spends half its life in warmth and the other in the cold; they assumed it would be the same for them. Unfortunately, for the Anunnaki, planet Nibiru does not have a similar orbit. When it leaves its slow trajectory, the Sun’s gravitational pull shoots it off, amplifying its speed. It then rockets along its super stretched orbit for many thousands of years.
Despite the Anunnaki people being thousands of years old, they never thought to study the stars or advance in science. They had always had the perfect climate. For at least a thousand years, they were convinced their planet didn’t move. It wasn’t until one of the people noticed the shadows changing that they became aware of the planet’s movement.
When coming around the Sun, Nibiru came so close to Earth that the Anunnaki could see the single landmass littered with massive animals. They then watched the blue planet become smaller and smaller as they became colder and colder, so they retreated to the inner workings of their underground cave environment.
Regrettably, for the Anunnaki, their calculations of orbiting planets were way off. They began to drift further and further into space. They took a few periodic peeks from the surface to see where they were heading. When opening coming to the surface, the last thing one of them saw was a few planets like Mars and Jupiter. The sun was a fraction of the size they remember. It was becoming a sizeable twinkling star.
Before they ultimately settled into their underground world, one of the Anunnaki went up into the hatch they built to the surface to see if they had started moving back towards the Sun. Within a few seconds, the nearby people heard a partial scream and a thump. The person had fallen back to the bottom opening of the hatch. When they opened it, the top hatch had dropped shut, and the person fell out onto the ground, breaking into two pieces. The body had frozen solid instantaneously. The Anunnaki then fully realized they were in for a long hall.
[10 | Evolving]
For thousands of years, the Anunnaki adapted to underground living. Their completely encased lifestyle brought upon the need to evolve. Early on in their long orbit, they began changing—gearing away from the peaceful life they tried so desperately to cling onto.
When the Anunnaki discovered they would be orbiting outside of the goldilocks zone for a long time, they had no idea it would be in the thousands of years. They never kept a calendar. When they finally began measuring time, they just called the measurement a splice. A splice is a similar length of time to the Earth’s second. The only planets they really knew of were Earth, Venus, and Mercury. They assumed they had a similar orbit to the other worlds before they left the habitable zone. So, they made an estimate based on the trajectories they remembered, thinking they would spend 2,500 years on one side of the sun and 2,500 on the other side of the sun.
The first few hundred years underground were not too dissimilar to their above-ground life until the wells began to run dry, and the crops started to disappear. They had to resort to eating animals, something they were not fond of. So they figured they simply needed to make the cave system bigger and deeper to support the original people and their offspring and their future offspring’s offspring.
As they went on, their understanding of science grew, and it grew exponentially. Within fifty Earth years, they went from a primitive people just discovering electricity to a race as advanced as Earth’s 21st-century cultures. They dug deeper into their unexplored planet, finding new minerals, metals, and other substances unknown to them. The materials allowed for them to continue advancing, making life more sustainable as they grew further. Life was good and getting better and better. Soon they forgot that they had once lived in paradise, fully adapting to their subterranean lifestyles.
For some reason, none of the Anunnaki seemed to die of natural causes, on the surface or below the surface. They had never known old age—just a final stage of development after birth. A primary reason why their population snowballed after they evolved on their planet. The overgrowth was becoming a problem after a few thousand years, so they kept hollowing out their earth and hollowing it out, tossing debris out hatches they had built. They constructed spacesuits that allow them to roam the planet’s surface, which gave them the ability to reinforce the shell of their new hollowed-out home.
Upon reaching the core, they learned of its uniqueness, discovering a way to provide themselves with an endless energy source. They would study this core for many-many years. The core lay directly centered within the planet—a shiny spherical object. By the time they exposed it, they had all become repositioned to the inner surface of their empty spherical planet. Where their feet once stood on the surface, a mirror image reflects beneath where they stand now. The core then acted as a sort of sun, but it didn’t emit light—it just sat there floating equidistant from all points as if it was anchored in spacetime.
Eventually, the inevitable occurred, and they depleted all-natural resources. As intelligent as they are, it is just not possible to keep an endless supply of organic substances. And with an ever-growing population, even with, essentially, unlimited amounts of energy, the balance of resources tips to the nonorganic. The situation posed a massive problem for their survival. They needed to find a way to fuel their bodies without biological substances.
About halfway through their elongated orbit, some of the top Anunnaki scientists found a way to transition from the organic body into an inorganic body.
Within the core of Nibiru is an abundance of transient nano quantum particles. These particles shift from the quantum state to the molecular state forming various metallic atoms in-between each transition. This unique material is simultaneously in a primordial ooze state and solid state, giving it the physical appearance of room temperature mercury that doesn’t move. However, it is anything but a liquid metal and has properties that allow for magical things.
The scientists studied the tranoquarticles for thousands of years, learning that it becomes stable when the substance is intertwined with a lifeforce. The lifeforce can manipulate the material into whatever it so chooses. And since the metal operates quantumly, it does not need physical nourishment, gaining all its energy from perpetual transitions between the quantum state and the nonquantum state.
The Anunnaki were able to successfully relocate their life forces, from their inorganic bodies to the tranoquart bodies they invented using the core of Nibiru. There was just enough material to transition all of the willing Anunnaki. The unwilling eventually died off as the core depleted. This left them unable to breed. They anticipated this, so they preserved enough biological genetics and reproductive material to create more Anunnaki if or when needed.
[11 | Return to Goldilocks]
It had been thousands of years since any of the people of Nibiru left the inside of their planet. One day, scientists decided they wanted to learn more about the surrounding worlds in hopes of finding resources to return to their biological bodies. When they opened one of the hatches to the surface and went above, they immediately recognized their location. They had forgotten that they would eventually come back to the Sun. They didn’t even know Nibiru had turned around and was on a path back home. When they made this discovery, they returned to explain to everyone that they could soon return to the surface once more without wearing a suit on.
At 110,000 BCE, 5,000 years after they left their close orbit of the sun, Nibiru returned to the habitable zone. The colony rejoiced with mild enthusiasm if only to know they could possibly return to an organic state and breed again. They knew their surface was nothing but a metal ball covering the mountains of rock they piled on it, so they would need to planet jump if they want to go back to their former or at least a similar lifestyle.
They had big plans to relocate to the beautiful blue planet that never leaves goldilocks. They knew they would come in close contact with Earth, so they built some ships to fly to it and explore whether they could live on it or adapt to its atmosphere. A small group boarded one of their first-ever space vessels, a vessel they used much of the little resources they had left to build. The ship they make was created to mimic their inner atmospheres to live within it without wearing their suits while on Earth.
When they arrived and landed at an unknown destination, the eldest and leader of all the Anunnaki, Adamah, took the first steps of any Anunnaki on another planet. When his foot hit the ground, and the door closed behind him, the essence of his body’s energy source began vibrating uncontrollably. He froze up, and within minutes, he split from the quantum entanglements with the tranoquarticles.
The sight was that of a metallic body being excited from within. The casing of the suit began fracturing, generating jagged cracks. The cracks started leaking, seeping out pools of glowing blood made of light. The photons that made up the luminous blood didn’t move outside of the collection of the escaping lifeline. The photons act as a single group of particles, each with absolute zero velocity.
Adamah stood frozen as if he were a hot piece of iron dunked in cold water. His resonance electrifies. The pools of liquid glowing light shake and vibrate until the inside particles break into nothingness. His outer casing—just an empty metal shell—now the color of Gold—drops to the ground making a soundless thump.
A few of the Anunnaki watched what was happening as they began to leave the ship. They also started to feel their resonance alter. Even in their protective suits, when the Sun and Earth’s atmosphere lined their bodies, the outer-surface gas particles and UV rays initiated the anti-resonating effect. Without warning, the few Anunnaki at the door pushed the others back and shut it, never to see Adamah again.
They would learn later that the absence of their planet’s core killed Adamah. The ship they built had been constructed with materials from the core—energy-providing materials. Their inorganic bodies need to be encompassed by this substance in order to survive. Something they learned the hard way.
This daunting realization left the Anunnaki stranded underground. They quickly learned that they could not coincide with their tranoquart bodies outside of the layer between the core of Nibiru and its outer shell. The enclosure had created a type of quantum permittivity between their tranoquarticles and the void space.
A sudden overpowering sensation of claustrophobia spread through the Anunnaki like a contagious virus. They realized they would be trapped for eternity in this hollow sphere if they didn’t figure out how to escape.
They had a limited amount of years to try and separate their resonances from the tranoquarticles. However, the quantum entanglement of the life force within the quantum and nonquantum states is unbreakable without vast energy resources, resources they have available in their core but couldn’t use without killing themselves. This left them in a conundrum as they couldn’t leave the shell to find these materials—they are trapped.
Over time, Anunnaki scientists figured out how to make a special spacesuit that would sustain them on Earth. The suit was not too dissimilar to that of a deep-sea diver.
Once they were able to leave the surface, they began exploring Earth. They sent out expeditions and probes to examine the living conditions. At this time, it was not a suitable environment for intelligent life and requires much adjusting. The planet was amassed with a single patch of desolate land intertwined with enormous islands of floating ice and lethal animals. The Moon was no spherical beauty; it was mostly ice and various surface materials from the former Earth collision with Theia. After their exploration was complete, they understood that the planet was uninhabitable in its current state. This was when the Anunnaki’s leading physicists Abaddon and Yeshua devised a plan to send a vessel back in time to replace the faulty Moon and prevent the growth of undesired animals. They would re-terraform Earth in the past so to prepare for their future relocation.
Their team calculated everything down to the nanosplice. They did the research to learn how and when the moon was formed and what the previous Earth had been like. Their study showed it would be a planet completely covered with water, not exposing any land. Their understanding of planetary motion told them how to use the moon to re-create the ground in a fashion such that it is a more pristine living condition for humanoid life.
While they orbited within close proximity to Earth, they used all their time to mine the planet of organic flesh and gold along with other valuable materials. They then used the materials to construct their organic avatars and inanimate bodies to transfer their consciousness into. Gold was a key ingredient as it is one of the critical atoms generated by the fluctuation from the quantum realm into the nonquantum state. The gold allowed them to build organic bodies that contain the tranoquarts in the blood—an essential building block required for them to permanently leave their current encasings.
They were only able to create a few thousand earthling-ready bodies with the material from Earth. After, they began building the moon. They understood that this would take many hundreds of years, so they created it to be the moon for their planet, something Nibiru was always without. This way, they could keep it in orbit about Nibiru as they continued construction on the long journey outward of the currently understood solar system.
The transferred team’s mission was to breed and grow into a society advanced enough to create more avatars. They would need to have this culture ready when Nibiru returned to a near orbit with Earth. To transmit the resonance from a Nibiru body to an organic Earthly body, they needed to construct a structure powerful enough to beam a subatomic field to Nibiru. One of the many purposes of the Great Pyramid of Giza.
The first set of avatars were built with a quantum joining to the genetics of the chosen ones. This connection did not require anything other than the flip of a switch to transfer their resonances—the new bodies would need something more practical to make the change.
They eventually launched the wormhole time-travel mission, which allowed them to instantly transfer their team of scientists from the tiny moon on Nibiru to the new moon of Earth. They could see, from the quantum entangled cameras, the new Earth and its glorious beauty. All the continents and the streams of clouds that washed it like a fogging pool of water brought back memories they had long forgotten. A sense of peace and comfort came over them they hadn’t known for thousands of years.
At 100,000 BCE, they sent a small team from Nibiru’s moon to the Earth’s moon along with the avatars that lay in a frozen state, ready to begin the seeding process. The Moon’s inner workings were built to mimic Nibiru, so the Anunnaki could live within without their exterior suits. The remaining Anunnaki would have to wait patiently for the artificial bodies they created to breed and build the technology needed to transfer the remaining Anunnaki resonances.
Abaddon, Yeshua, and their team departed the moon. The avatars would follow once they made sure the planet was safe. When they arrived, they learned that their experiment had a detrimental effect on Nibiru’s orbit. The alteration they made to the solar system by sending Theia into the Sun and positioning their false moon caused Nibiru to be kicked out of orbit. The planets had to realign to function correctly, and Nibiru’s portion of the Sun’s attention wouldn’t permit it. It is as if the Solar System fired Nibiru for insubordination.
Even with the time-entangled moons, transferring their consciousness into the avatars is impossible without being near Earth. The wormhole between the moons only permits a small group to travel each trip. They also needed specialized spacecraft built using the core of Nibiru. This left the remaining Anunnaki on a path outward into unknown space. The news put a new mission in order, a mission to find a way to transfer their consciousness from the home planet to earth without being nearby.
[12 | The Faux Moon]
It all started with a single particle—a sub-subatomic particle extracted from a twin-tranoquart. This tiny molecule has an exceptional property: the uniqueness of quantum-time entanglement when split. Like cutting a telepathic Earthworm in half, it proliferates into two versions of itself while remaining consciously connected.
These twin atoms are not usually found in the Milky Way Galaxy. However, they do float in on occasion. Usually tucked deep inside asteroids made primarily of decaying twinned particles. Thus, they are not difficult to detect, only difficult to find. Fortunately for the Anunnaki, their planet’s core didn’t originate from the local galaxy.
To reach the entangled particle, the Anunnaki scientist first took a twinned particle and separated the nuclei. Once they split the single, double nucleus Atom into two, the electrons dispersed, leaving nothing but the hearts. They then used massive force from the planet’s core to knock out the entangled particles—one in each nucleus. They then trapped them within a transient casing made of the tranoquarticles. The only way to contain such a particle is within a material also made of subatomic material. Each particle then became the building foundations for the two moons. One was destined for Earth 4.5 billion years ago and the other to continue orbiting Nibiru.
It wasn’t difficult to find the material needed to construct the moons. Their new path had taken them far out into the solar system. On their travels, first floating past Jupiter, they mined its moons for super compressed metals. To their surprise, the compounds formed on Jupiter’s moons were not too dissimilar to their core. This allowed them to create a synthetic version of their home planet score to act as the outer shell of the new moons.
They spent a few decades within the grasps of the gassy planet, then they shot off to Saturn, where they found forms of energy that allowed them to power the massive moon structures.
On Saturn’s moon Titan, the surface is plagued by a crawling current. The current walks the sandy dunes like a wiggling spider web made of lightning, stretching across the surface. The friction from the nitrogen windstorms flowing across the magnetized exterior builds up dunes of semi-liquid energy sources. These mounds seem to defy the laws of physics as they pile into what looked like a snowdrift only opposing the wind.
This unique material acts as the primary energy source of the internal battery of the moons. Once they collected enough, they then needed to find a way to build such an enormous vessel. Making it from scratch wasn’t a feasible concept, so they sought the solar system for potential moons they could use. First, they considered hollowing out a moon, but the time and effort would be too great. Also, breaking a large moon from its positioned orbit was impossible with the resources they had.
After scouring the nearest planets, they came across a small dwarf planet they hadn’t even known had been there—the planet of Pluto. Orbiting Pluto was seven moons at the time. Two of them were small enough to use their planet’s gravity to snatch them up as they passed by. So, they fixed Nibiru with an engine that could slow it down or speed it up to line up with Pluto’s orbiting position. Then they could pop out of its orbit, if only for a minute, like plucking a rubber band sending it right back to its original position. This action would shoot it close enough to Pluto that its gravity would overpower Pluto’s and kick the two smaller moons into Nibiru’s orbit.
Stealing the moons was easier than they had thought—a great success for them when they reached Pluto. They just slung their planet in shifted gravity, and the smallest of the seven moons slipped into Nibiru’s orbit. They then set out further away from the Sun, becoming the new furthest planet from it. On their very long journey, they built the small moons up and outward, using them as the core of each moon. Within the heart of the bodies, they planted the entangled particles. They then used the naturally formed nature, which was predominantly stone, to act as the wormhole gate. Naturally formed stones are essential for interstellar travel as their molecular structures are inherently independent of time.
The two moons soon came to fruition, and they sent one out on its mission to Earth to seed their new world.