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NIBIRU - Ancient Documents I

Part I

Diego Antolini
In the course of history there are more references – more or less explicit – to a Tenth Planet orbiting around our Solar System, other than the Enuma Elish and the Sumerian chants.

According to Aristotle, for instance, the Pythagoreans with their studies on numbers had a mathematical idea of the Universe very similar to the Egyptian and the Mesopotamian civilizations (the more so if we consider that Pythagoras learnt much of his wide esoteric knowledge first in Egypt, and then in Babylonia.):

"...The Italian philosophers known as Pythagoreans take the contrary view. At the center, they say, is fire, and the earth is one of the stars, creating night and day by its circular motion about the center. They further construct another earth in opposition to ours to which they give the name counterearth ..." [Aristotle, De Coelo]

"…The so-called Pythagoreans give two explanations...Some say that the Milky Way is the path taken by one of the stars at the time of the legendary fall of goreans, Phaethon..." [Aristotle, Meteorologica]

"… Since the decade seems to be a thing that is perfect, and to have comprised the entire nature of numbers, hence they [the Pythagoreans] also assert that the bodies that are borne through the heaven are truly ten in  number; and whereas nine only are apparent, on this account  they constitute the confronting earth tenth..." [Aristotle, Metafisica]

These three passages offer clear references to the past and the present situation of a Planet X which exists in our Solar System, although not always visible: the counterearth in the De Coelo, a "star" or planet in opposition to ours. The implication of the counterearth with Marduk and Tiamat's clash, as told in the Sumerian's Enuma Elish, is something that should not be ignored.
In the Meteorologica we find a reference of a planetary collapse, of a catastrophe which involved "one of the stars" which, in ancient times, passed through the Milky Way. Now, if "...the earth is one of the stars..."[De coelo], we can reasonably sustain that the phrase refers to one of the planets. And the fact that the Pythagoreans believed that that planet-star once passed through the Milky Way, it's only logical to think that such planet belonged to our Solar System (a Tenth Planet, then) and had suffered a tragic destiny at the time of Phaethon (Phaethon is a mythological character; son of Apollo and Climene. According to the myth, Phaethon didn't believe to be the son of a god and, to prove that, he demanded to lead the chariot of Apollo. Being inexperienced, he led the chariot onto an unknown path. This deviation damaged the earth and produced a burn in the Milky Way. Zeus killed Phaethon striking him with a lightning. Phaethon fell into the Eridanus River, today known as the Po River, in Italy.)

A lot could be said about the fascinating esoteric symbolism of the Pythagoreans in connection with the myth of Phaethon, but this is not the purpose of this study.
In the Metafisica we have a clear description of our complete Solar System as it was known by the Mesopotamic populations before the Greek: the planets must be ten because, according to the Pythagoreans, the number ten “...seems to be a thing that is perfect, and to have comprised the entire nature of numbers...”; and if “...the number contains all other things...” [Strobaeus, Eclogae Physicae], the syllogism identifies the number ten as the only number of perfection.
Since the planets in the sky are nine, the Pythagoreans place the counterearth as the “Tenth Planet”.

Considering the contribution Pythagoras and his school gave to Mathematics, Geometry, Goniometry, Astronomy, Numerology, Arithmogeometry, Philosophy, Music, Cosmology – and, only to name a few discoveries: the Multiplication Tables, the Pythagorean Theorem, the evolution of the concept of number, the dissemination of the Litmus Test, the calculus upon the harmonic vibrations, the immeasurability and irrationality of some quantities, the properties of triangles, hyperboles and ellipses, the dodecahedron inscribed within a sphere – such contributions laid the foundation upon which the whole Western culture stands. Therefore, is it not utterly improbable, if not radically illogical, that "that man" (as he was known among his disciples), didn't frame the structure of our Solar System correctly?
It seems to be more simple to treasure such a revelation, and take from here to improve our mindset, so to better understand all which surrounds our existence.
In his Timaeus, Plato presents an interesting vision in the part pertaining to catastrophes and the "Cyclical Great Deluges". In particular he refers frequently to the "myth" of Phaethon:

"...For indeed that tale that is also told among you, how that Phaethon, the child of the Sun...burnt up all things upon earth and himself was smitten by a thunderbolt...this story, as it is told, has the fashion of a fable; but the truth of it is a deviation of the bodies that move round the earth in the heavens, whereby comes at long intervals of time a destruction with much fire of the things that are upon earth..."

In order to better understand the affinities between the Greek and the Mesopotamian thinking (a cultural evolutionary path which seems to include Egypt as well), is necessary to know Plato's cosmology, that is, the creation of the Universe and of our Solar System. Plato writes:

"...So then this was the plan and intent of God for the generation of time; the sun and the moon and five other stars which have the name of planets...And when God had made their several bodies, he set them in the orbits wherein the revolution of the Other was moving, in seven circles...The moon he placed in that nearest the earth, and in the second [orbit] above the earth he set the sun; and the morning-star and that which is held sacred to Hermes [Venus and Mercury] he assigned to those that moved in an orbit having equal speed with the sun...And as to the rest, were we to set forth all the orbits wherein he put them and the causes wherefore he did so...These things perhaps may hereafter, when we have leisure, find a fitting exposition..."

In fact, Plato will not explain the position of the "the rest" of the bodies, therefore it is not possible to know whether by "the rest" he meant only the seven planets of our Solar System or, perhaps, something else. The Greek philosopher proceeds with his cosmology lore:

"...But when each of the beings which were to join in creating time...their bodies secured with living bonds...then in the motion of the Other, which was slanting and crossed the motion of the Same and was thereby controlled...For the motion of the Same, twisting all their circles into spirals, because they have a separate and simultaneous motion in the opposite way..."

To understand the concepts of the Other and the Same in Plato we must take from "The World-Soul and Its Structure", a paragraph contained in the same work we are examining:

"...But the soul was not made by God younger than the body, even as she comes later in this account we are essaying to give...God made soul in birth and in excellence earlier and elder than body, to be its mistress and governor; and he framed her out of the following elements and in the following way. From the undivided and ever changeless substance and  that which becomes divided in material bodies, of both these he mingled in the third place the form of Essence, in the midst between the Same and the Other; and this he composed on such wise between the undivided and that which is in material bodies
divided ; and taking them, three in number, he blended them into one form, forcing the nature of the Other, hard as it was to mingle, into union with the Same. And mingling them with Essence and of the three making one, again he divided this into as many parts as was meet, each part mingled of Same and
of Other and of Essence. And he began his dividing thus : first he took one portion from the whole ; then he went on to take a portion double of this ; and the third half as much again as the
second and triple of the first; the fourth double of the second ; the fifth three times the third ; the sixth eight times the first, the seventh twenty-seven times the first. After that, he filled up the interval between the powers of two and of three by severing yet more from the original mass and placing it between them in such a manner that within each interval were two means, the first exceeding one extreme in the same proportion as it was exceeded by the other, the second by the same number exceeding the one as it was exceeded by the other. And whereas by these links there were formed in the original intervals new intervals of f and f and , he went on to fill up all the intervals of f with that of f, leaving in each a fraction over ; and the themselves and each other at a point opposite to that of their
original contact : and he comprehended them in the motion that revolves uniformly on the same axis, and one of the circles he made exterior and one interior. The exterior motion he named
the motion of the Same, the interior that of the Other. And the circle of the Same he made revolve to the right by way of the side, that of the Other to the left by way of the diagonal.
And he gave the supremacy to the motion of the same and uniform, for he left that single and undivided; but the inner circle he cleft into seven unequal circles in the proportion of the double and triple intervals severally, each being three in number; and he appointed that the circles should move in opposite directions, three at the same speed, the other four differing in speed from the three and among themselves, yet moving in a due ratio...
This long excerpt constitutes in our opinion the most important aspect of Plato's cosmology; we found the importance of numbers in the intricate mathematical relationships of the newly created planets, placed and "animated"as they were, and the number was the fundamental precept for the Pythagoreans (but in fact, this holds true for all the civilizations of the past, from Egyptians to Mayas, from the Sumerians to the Incas, the Chinese, and the Arabs).
Our analysis breaks this paragraph into three Veils, or Primary Esoteric Layers:

First Mathematical Veil (Physical Layer): it pertains to the numerical ratio within which planets are created; they are precise measurements, indicating a vast knowledge of the Universe. Where this knowledge comes from is the primary question, and a possible answer may come from the Timaeus itself, when Plato writes of the notions he learnt in Egypt. Currently most researchers agree that even Egypt was deeply influenced by the Mesopotamian people. Is it possible to explain the Universe through numbers? Yes, but we think they must be integrated with other parameters.

Second Spiritual Veil (Metaphisical Layer): it is linked to the "World-soul", the main concept of the paragraph we are analyzing. What is the soul for Plato? It is the vital principle that penetrates the bodies, or the first intermediary between the Divine and the Sensible World. But what is a "vital principle" if not a kind of energy, a constant flow entering the matter and make it alive? The Universe is loaded with this wandering energy which, alone, couldn't activate the process leading to "life" (we consider highly unlikely that life as we know it evolved, or occurred, by accident in the Universe); we need something which is able to converge such energy into the matter, and to ignite the creative mechanism (potentially present in the Universe, although quiescent.)
Throughout the millennia the people referred to it as The Gods, God (Plato's Demiurge), and today we are back to read under different eyes all that the Ancient World left us.
Plato's cosmology considers an external intervention which is capable to create the "soul", that is, life.
This Layer must include, we believe, also the description of the orbital pathway of the newly created planets. What is the meaning behind their motion? If the "precise ratio" by which planets were created is explained in mathematical terms, likewise should their "vitality", their motus. It is not necessary to elaborate on the deep connection existing between the First and the Second Veil, for it must be evident at this point.

Third Cosmic Veil (Universal Layer): this layers revolves around the materialization of the Other and the Same, two words that may transcend their metaphysical meaning; or, at least, they can't be limited to that category alone. Plato writes of the structure of the Soul, which is formed by two "forms of Being": one indivisible (the Same), and the other divisible, which "generates within the bodies" (the Other). The resulting component from the mingling of the two is a third form, the Essence. A second mix-up leads to the one Idea, from which then all subdivisions of the First Veil will stem. Our thesis is that the concept of the Same and the Other can be extended also to the Physical Layer, by utilizing the subdivision of the Primary Esoteric Layers: If we set the following identities:

First Layer = Same

Second Layer = Other ("which generates within the bodies")

Then the Third Veil = Essence.

The need for a deciphering of Plato's esoteric passage calls for the searching of possible codes of interpretation. We chose the above key because we believe it intimately connected with the configuration of our Solar System, including Nibiru. Later we will explain why; but first we need to complete the reading of Plato's cosmological concept. The identities we have hereby proposed produce a certain logical thought: Given that to the merging of the Same with the Other the Essence is added, and "...of the three making one..." (Idea), the corresponding operation is that the union between the First Mathematical Veil and the Second Spiritual Veil adds the Third Cosmic Veil, that is, a second union. It follows that only a thorough analysis of the physical ratio with the numbers, and the understanding of the meaning behind those relationships can ultimately lead to the discovery of a common constant with the Third Veil, a necessary condition to grasp the Universal Totality, the Idea.
We know we are not saying anything new, but outlining some of the key principles behind the numerical and energetic values within our planetary system is paramount to comprehend the laws that bind us onto the system itself (and which should be known in full.)

The connection between Plato's paragraph of the World-soul contained in the Timaeus, and the coming of Nibiru, can be in fact explained if we take it into account the most important feature of the "Tenth Planet" (or Twelfth if we include the Sun and the Moon) according to Zecharia Sitchin's studies, and which is its retrograde orbit (i.e. clockwise direction) crossing our Solar System.

Let us take another look at the last part of Plato's writing:

"...The exterior motion he named the motion of the Same, the interior that of the Other. And the circle of the Same he made revolve to the right by way of the side, that of the Other to the left by way of the diagonal. And he gave the supremacy to the motion of the same and uniform, for he left that single and undivided; but the inner circle he cleft into seven unequal circles in the proportion of the double and triple intervals severally, each being three in number; and he appointed that the circles should move in opposite directions, three at the same speed, the other four differing in speed from the three and among themselves, yet moving in a due ratio..."

Our entire study is based upon the assumption that coincidences don't explain a thing; on the contrary, they leave unanswered questions unanswered. The attempt to accept everything as a work of chance produces a cultural flattening which is utterly detrimental, because there is no evolution in the search for Knowledge.
We believe, therefore, that the past did not leave things by accident; if, in the final part of Plato’s paragraph the planets’ motion coincides precisely with that of the celestial bodies in our Solar System, and another planet is added, having an external orbit and a retrograde motion, would it not be reasonable to identify that planet with the Mesopotamian Marduk, the Sumerian Nibiru or, as it is known today, the Tenth Planet, the “Planet X”?

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