Researcher Andy Lloyd discussed his 'Dark Star Theory,' the Anunnaki & Nibiru, and Planet X, as well as his recent novel Ezekiel One. In February, he spoke at the Return of Planet X Conference held in Rome, and found that many of the Italian attendees were terrified about the possibility of a rogue planet heading our way in 2012, and suspicious that governments were covering up information about Planet X.
Lloyd's dark star theory proposes that a sub brown dwarf is a kind of companion star to our sun and exists in the far reaches of the solar system between the Kuiper Belt and the Oort Cloud. He estimated that it's some 500 to 1,000 astronomical units away (our sun is 1 astronomical unit away from Earth). The dark star could have vast magnetic and gravitational fields that interact with the sun, and recent anomalies detected in the outer solar system, could be evidence of its presence.
Further, the brown dwarf may be orbited by its own moons, some of which might contain life. One of these moons could be the planet referred to by Zecharia Sitchin as Niburi, the home world of the Annunaki. Lloyd incorporated the Annunaki as characters in his book Ezekiel One, exploring the idea that aliens are living among us. His novel, a conspiracy thriller, is set in the last months of 2012, and deals with government secrecy and Planet X.
In the first hour, investigative mythologist William Henry and wisdom teacher Sri Ram Kaa spoke about the Mayan Calendar and the coming of 2012. Kaa said he had recently visited with Mayans who said they were glad the calendar is ending because it meant that a marvelous transformation was upon us.
Henry echoed this idea, suggesting that 2012 could serve as a reminder that we're just temporarily visiting this planet and one day we'll return to the "great cosmic ocean." Kaa, Henry, and George Noory will all be appearing at the 2012 Quantum Leap Conference later this month in Los Angeles.
Andy Lloyd sent us a set of graphics depicting the "dark star" and its relationship to our solar system.
Bumper music from Wednesday March 04, 2009