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Planet X - The 2017 Arrival Kindle Edition
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I will say however, that the astronomical data and information associated with September 23, 2017 was very interesting, but here it is end of October and no sign of Nibiru so I'm just a little disappointed.
Then he attempts to pin a date on "the Rapture" of the church. And gives the date as one late in October, the "100 years" anniversary of Russia's October revolution. That would be 25 October. But one problem. That's 25 October in the old defunct Julian calendar; that would I believe be November 7 per our calendar, a fact he never seems to realize. This may also throw off his full moon event also.
Truthfully I can't see much point in reading this disorganized mess. If you are very religious and have no religious issues with modern prophets, you might find some of the visions and dreams he relates interesting. Otherwise, don't bother. It's just a slapped together mess of religious speculation and really nothing here about planet X.