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The following graphic was constructed to illustrate the angles, distances and motion as the 12th get close to Earth. The sizes of the objects are not to scale.

Figure 2: 12th's Key Passing Angles

It is based on the following references.

Pole Shift
At this time we estimate that the giant comet will come to within 14 million miles of the Earth.
Retrograde Orbit
The 12th Planet's Retrograde Orbit around the Sun is due to its reaction to an energy field emitted by the Sun.
Entry Angle
When one is looking toward Orion, at this time, from above the Earth's orbital plane, the perspective human astronomers prefer, the Sun will be to the right. The Earth, Sun, and 12th Planet will thus Form a Triangle in the Earth's orbital plane with a 23 degree angle at the Earth, an 18 degree angle at the Sun, and a 139 degree angle at the 12th Planet. It is at this point, essentially, that the 12th Planet is closest to the Earth, as with the angle of entry into the Earth's orbital plane being 32 degrees at this point, the 12th Planet essentially dives up through the Earth's orbital plane and quickly passes on.
Point of Passage
As the 12th Planet pierces the Earth's orbital plane, it forms a triangle with the Earth and Sun, with the angles given as 139 degrees at the 12th Planet, 23 degrees at the Earth, and 18 degrees at the Sun.
Path as Viewed from Earth
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