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The Dragon's Tail: Rediscovering the Tenth Planet Paperback – October, 2000

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 248 pages
  • Publisher: Illuminet Press; First edition (October 2000)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1881532224
  • ISBN-13: 978-1881532224
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,887,676 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Holy Olio on June 23, 2001
Format: Paperback
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Where have we heard about an additional planet, unknown to astronomers? In Sitchin of course. What about planets on cometary orbits? Baillie, Clube/Napier, Velikovsky, and other scholars, as well as Sitchin. What about periodic and predictable celestial chaos? LaViolette, Sitchin, Baillie, Clube/Napier...
The author claims that a tenth planet whistles on past the other planets at 892 year intervals, meaning that the most recent pass was no longer ago than 1109 AD, and has happened at least twice since Julius Caesar was a boy. This book may be worth reading, but not at this price. Try the local library, and if not found, ask them to purchase it for the lending collection.
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Dear Friends:

The Dragon's Tail is out of print since the death of the publisher, Mr Ron Bonds.

The copyright has reverted to the

authors, Mr Anthony Austin and Mr Brian Crowley. Any new

printing of this title is illegal and may be the subject of

legal proceedings. However, the book was reissued by Black Rabbit Press as

'Draco: The Tenth Planet' in 2003 with some

necessary corrections including the insertion of several pages

missing in the original. The text has not been altered except

where essential, as for instance a few incorrect calculations.

The intended purchaser of this text is therefore advised to

search Amazon in the US or UK for 'Draco: the Tenth Planet'

where the book is readily available on demand. If not found then contact the publisher: Black Rabbit Press, 15 Homewood,

Findon, UK, BN14 0XA. This new version is printed by Lightning

Source in the UK and USA on demand on orders down to and including a single copy.

Regarding the predictions printed in 2000, these have not been

altered in any way. The original stated that a tenth planet

would be found at 92.7 AU average distance and astronomers

have indeed discovered a tenth planet at 97 AU (approx) along with a few others belonging to the so-called Kuiper Belt.

This represents more than a guess.

Regarding our 'agenda' for the 21st century, this has so far

proved correct in every respect; notably our insistence that

Africa would be depopulated which has been unfortunately proved

to be true.
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4 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 1, 2000
Format: Paperback
You are holding in your hands what may prove to be the definitive casebook of humanity, reaching back some 15,000 years into the past and now made accessible by the researches of a diverse pair of lay scholars. Evidence presented here from history, science and astronomy reveals that earth undergoes dramatic climatic changes at 892 year intervals, creating a universal disaster of doomsday proportions.
The massive wave of extinctions that occurred around 15,000 years ago in the animal kingdom, the sinking of Plato's Atlantis, the voyage of Noah's Ark, the plagues that beset Egypt at the time of the Exodus, and even the Little Ice Age of the 13th century, may all have a common cause - a rogue tenth planet (we call Draco) in our Solar System. This is the outermost planet of the Solar System, orbiting the Sun only once in 892 years.
Draco caused the destruction of the planet that once orbited between Mars and Jupiter, and it still cuts through the plane of the asteroids, creating more new comets and Earth-crossing asteroids every time it visits us. When it passes by, a great shower of dust cools our climate!
Draco will sweep by Earth again in the year 2115! The real countdown to doomsday can now begin!
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0 of 4 people found the following review helpful By tony austi on January 11, 2002
Format: Paperback
Hi there. I'm the gypsy who wrote about 60% of 'The Dragon's Tail'. Brian Crowley, an orthodox Jew, wrote 5% and Mr Christopher Mundy, an American, wrote the rest. The two last named got scared and don't want to know. The publisher, Ron Bonds died of a mystery infection in April 2001. He left a widow, Nancy Bonds, who also wants to get rid of TdT in case anyone wants to buy IllumiNet off her. Don't expect rights to TDT because I own it outright. None of us ever got any royalties and nobody wants to reprint. In the last chapter we told you what would happen in America from 2001 onwards and it did. The first reviewer here hasn't even read the cover blurb because we said the last pass of the Dragon was in the 13th C.tonyaustin@bushinternet.com bye
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