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In segment 3, which has a time period of about 4 years, the orbital path of the 12th planet takes on a different track. The momentum slows quickly after passing our Sun, since both gravitational sources are to its rear. Approximately one week after Sun passage, the 12th planet effects can be minimal to catastrophic on the planet Earth, when its magnetic field is realigned. The wandering planetary system, the 12th planet, composed of its many moons, meteors, space trash and dust trailing behind in its gravitational wake like a broken string of pearls, passes quickly during its swift travels through the solar system. As the 12th planet continues on its orbital path out of the inner solar system, new forces effecting its movement come into play. The repulsion forces flowing from planets coupled with the counter clockwise angular rotation of the repulsion particles emanating from the Sun, that maintains the orbital velocity of the planets in the solar system, pushes the 12th planet's orbit outwards up and away from the central axis of the solar system.

The 12th planet fans out and away from the Sun, then turns clockwise. Forward momentum away from the Sun slowly comes to a halt, as gravity from the Sun alters momentum and shifts the direction of the 12th planet to lateral movement across space. Finally the 12th planet encounters, what is the furthest point from the backside of the Sun. Segment 3 has ended and segment 4 starts which lasts for a period of 4 years. The reverse portion of the orbit has now started with segment 4. The 12th planet turns and moves back towards the Sun accelerated by the combined gravitational forces of our Sun and the Dark One.

Yielding an orbital path that takes on the shape similar to a slightly flattened ice cream cone. As the 12th planet finishes its orbital path around the backside of the Sun, it arrives once again in the inner solar system. Occurring some 8 years later, after the 12th planet has had its previous close encounter with the earth. Though the effects earth experiences in comparison to the earlier passage are minimal, conditions the Earth faces are different this time, due to several reasons. The turmoil and magnetic interference in the core of the Earth caused by the 12th planet are always present, as the wanderer moves around the backside of the Sun. At a minimum the Earth, when the 12th planet is at a maximum distance of 3.56 units away from the Sun, receives the same amount of magnetic cross currents during the time frame of Feb. 2003. On this passage, the second encounter, the crust of the Earth does not realign. The 12th planet passes no closer than 100 million miles, compared to 15 million on the first passage. The second passage of the 12th planet to the surprise of many, will be only a minor disruption in the flow of life.

Offered by Brent.