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In 2012 Nibiru or Planet X Will Not Usher In The End Of The World May 28, 2009

Posted by hkinsights in 2012.
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The idea of the hidden planet Nibiru was first introduced by Zecharia Sitchin in 1976, the controversial book is known as “The Twelfth Planet”. Sitchin had interpreted some ancient 6,000 year old Sumerian cuneiform texts (the earliest known form of writing) as a literal translation of the origin of humankind. 

Since there were not a lot of Sumerian linguistic resources available during the 1970’s, mainly research specialists read the Sumerian language, but presently there are better quality translation resources available such as the 2006 book entitled “Sumerian Lexicon”.  Hence, many of Sitchin’s translations of both individual words and of larger portions of ancient texts have recently been found to be incorrect, based on recent ancient Sumerian linguistic reference materials.  The following is a recent video clip and the official web site link that features an overview of Zecharia Sitchin’s work.



The Official Web Site of Zecharia Sitchin

The following information reveals the translation of the word Nibiru, which translates into the planet “Jupiter”.  Also, included are two articles pertaining to Planet X and Nibiru, which reveal that nothing will transpire in 2012, regarding the return of a mysterious planet beyond the local solar system.      


For Further Reading:

Nibiru is the Planet Jupiter



2012: Planet X is not Nibiru



2012: No Planet X



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