# ZetaTalk: Slowing Influences Note: written during the May 18, 2002 Live ZetaTalk IRC session. Planet X and the 12th Planet are one and the same.

Journeys are seldom unimpeded. A speeding train finds it slows going around a turn, due to increased friction against the outer track, and picks up speed going downhill due to gravity assist. A speeding bullet loses speed going against the air it must pass through. Light rays passing through water get bend between the source and the eye, this diversion slowing the rate of passage slightly. Even in a vacuum, a moving particle is affected by gravity or magnetic influences nearby. What does Planet X encounter during a passage, that changes its rate of speed? Where human math, using our statements as a guide, has attempted to pinpoint the location of Planet X during the months preceding the shift, the distance and speed cannot be computed steadily, as Planet X deals with more than the gravity pull of the Sun and the Repulsion Force invoked as it nears the Sun, during its passage. Where the human math attempts are a reasonable guideline, here is where it must be adjusted for deviation.

Particle Flows
Mankind is aware, only vaguely, of the particle flows that move in and out of the Sun. They sense what they term the Solar Wind because of the behavior of comet tails. They sense a magnetic press because the Earth’s magnetosphere is pressed outward from the Sun. They sense the truth in our statement that the Ecliptic is caused by the planets, held away from the Sun by the Repulsion Force, are bobbling in a backwash of particles moving back into the Sun. Why else does the Ecliptic exist? But mankind is aware of less than 1% of the possible particle flows, and is thus unaware of what Planet X might encounter on its journey. Not all particles emit from the poles of a rotating planet, re-entering at the waist. Were this to be the case, the pathways for particle flows would be crowded, and some avoid each other or seek a less crowded path. Thus, Planet X encounters particles flowing outward as it approaches, in increasing density as it draws closer to the Sun, and this is a slowing influence.

Repulsion Force
We have described the Repulsion Force as being invoked late, only when two gravity giants come close enough for their laser blasts of gravity particles to encounter each other, like two fire hoses of water pointed at each other, essentially holding them apart. For the inbound Planet X, the force of gravity, impelling an approach, increases as the flood of gravity particles returning to the Sun presses against the back side of Planet X increases. This is essentially exponential, an inverse square rate per man, as the number of returning particles becomes rapidly more dense the closer one comes to the Sun. But likewise the Repulsion Force increases, not due to any increase in the firehose of outbound gravity particles from Planet X, which remains steady, but due to the outbound bursts of gravity particles from the Sun becoming dense enough, at distances increasingly encountered by the approaching Planet X, to invoke a Repulsion Force of sorts, even when Planet X is afar. This is a drag on the inbound speed, a slowing influence.

Crowded Ecliptic
We have stated that Planet X dives below the Ecliptic, when close to passage, to avoid the other planets in the Ecliptic. Like the wind buffeting that cars passing large trucks on the highway encounter, the other planets in the Ecliptic create particle flows from the side, as well as backwards, against the inbound Planet X. This roiling encounters other roiling, all of which causes movement to from side to side as well as the forward motion toward the Sun, a delaying action, slowing the speed.

Thus, when moving from the mid-point of its orbit between its two foci, the Sun and its dark twin some 18.74 Sun-Pluto distances away, the speed of passage is:

• at first slow as the gravity particles pulling it toward the Sun are scarcely more than the gravity particles pulling it toward the dark twin
• exponentially faster as the gravity particles increase at this rate the closer Planet X gets to the Sun
• without impediment when afar from the solar system as represented by the planets orbiting the Sun, alone
• increasing in essence at an exponential speed when approaching this solar system complex but the speed increase somewhat reduced in the 6 months before passage by the start of the Repulsion Force influence and particle flows or other crowding and buffeting influences
• decreased dramatically at about the orbit of Mars by the braking action of the Repulsion Force, at last strong enough to counter the inbound plunge toward the Sun
• slow to a floating rate so that it floats past the Earth during the week of rotation stoppage, which is the point it is also floating past the Sun, rather than zoom past
• increase in speed to leave the inner solar system as the laser blasts of gravity particles coming from the Sun added to the momentum past the Sun already in place combine to speed it on its way.

The speed at which Planet X floats past the Earth is much faster than the rate the Earth travels in her orbit. Planet X will be millions of miles from the Earth, not quite halfway between the Earth and Sun. Where the speed of Planet X is suffient to move it from one side of Saturn's orbit to the other in 3 short months, it slows while close to the Sun. This is akin to the braking action a large truck barreling down the highway would have to do to maneuver a curve.