Janet Kira Lessin, Janet Kira Lessin, Nibiru, Sasha Alex Lessin Ph. D., Zecharia Sitchin


The Solaris Solar System grew from a gas cloud that circled its center counterclockwise, cooled, & formed our Sun & a dimmer pair-star, a sub-brown dwarf called Nemesis. Our Sun and nemesis developed planets that circled them. Tiamat, the planet that would become Earth, orbited the Sun between the orbital paths of Jupiter & Mars. 4 & 1/2 billion years ago, our Sun created Tiamat, then Mercury. The Sun sent Mercury with water, gold–comets & meteorites–to Tiamat. Planets formed in pairs: Venus paired with Mars, Saturn with Jupiter, & Uranus with Neptune.

These planets orbited the Sun counterclockwise, as did Tiamat. Between Venus & Jupiter, there was no planet where the Earth is now. Pluto was a moon of Saturn . Tiamat lacked a partner planet, but one of her moons, Kingu, enlarged. Four billion years ago, before Kingu could orbit the Sun, either Nibiru or Nemesis invaded the Sun’s inner planetary system.

Nibiru, newly formed, belched fire & radiation. Neptune’s gravity pulled into the inner solar system, changing the orbits of all Solaris’ planets. When it approached Tiamat,” both Tiamat & Nibiru sprouted moons. Nibiru, still plastic, passed Uranus, orbiting counterclockwise. Uranus’ gravity tore matter off Nibiru.

This matter formed four moons (South, North, East, & West Winds) that orbited Nibiru clockwise. Hit One: Nibiran Moon North Wind hit Earth: In the first Proto-Earth vs. Nibiru clash, the planets did not collide, but some moons formed around Nibiru as it passed Uranus & hit Tiamat. When Nibiru pierced our Solar System, it lost three of its moons & tore four moons from Uranus.

When Nibiru passed Uranus, it tilted Uranus’ orbit. One orbit of Nibiru into the inner solar system forced all of Tiamat’s new sprouting moons from a counterclockwise orbit into a clockwise rotation.

Twelve new moons then circled Nibiru (instead of Tiamat). They formed “retrograde orbiting comets.” Nibiru’s perigee sucked off Kingu’s air & blocked Kingu’s orbit around the Sun. Kingu remained as Earth’s Moon. Hit 2, Part 2: Nibiru & its moons knocked Tiamat into chunks. Some 200 million years ago, as Nibiru again transited the inner solar system, the gravity of Jupiter & Mars tore three more moons, Evil Wind, Whirlwind, & Matchless Wind, from Nibiru. Evil Wind struck Tiamat.

The collision knocked bits of Tiamat & its waters into clockwise orbits. Tiamat got the genetic building blocks of this Moon of Nibiru had developed. We call the comets thus formed retrograde (clockwise) comets.

Then Nibiru itself hit Tiamat & split Tiamat into two parts. The collision gouged a tremendous Pacific Basin gap in the upper remains of Tiamat, leaving more of Nibiru’s genetic material on Earth. Finally, Nibiru knocked all the remaining landmasses into a single continent opposite the Pacific gauge.

Hit 2, Part 3: Nibiru’s Moon North Wind then hit the upper part & knocked it from its orbital position between Mars & Jupiter into a new orbit between Mars & Venus. Earth stabilized & rotated on its tilted orbit from this new orbit as it revolved around Solaris.

Hit 2, part 4: The next time Nibiru passed through the inner solar system, it hit the lower part, the body of Tiamat’s remains. We call these shards, which careened into space, “asteroids”; Nibirans called them “The Hammered Bracelet.” The Earth’s crust formed four billion years ago on continents but started 200 million years ago under the Pacific. The crust, 12 to 45 miles deep on land, lies 3.5 to 5 miles underneath the Pacific Ocean.

When the Evil Wind & Nibiru hit Tiamat, the force of the collision destroyed the crust so that no crust remained in the Pacific Gap. Only a gaping hole existed. After these collisions, the gap was filled with silt from the land. Volcanoes spewed lava into it, creating a thinner crust under the Pacific. Finally, the Evil Wind & the forces from Nibiru broke Earth’s crust into separate slabs.

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