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Planetary Discoveries: When Astronomers Need Rethinking

Two recent discoveries by astronomers in the fast-expanding field of Extrasolar Planets “challenge scientists to rethink current theories,” according to published reports.

In both instances a smiling Zecharia Sitchin says, “The Sumerians did tell you so!”

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The Case of the Layered Asteroid

Once Again, Modern Science Corroborates Ancient Knowledge
by Zecharia Sitchin

It is not every day that I get an overseas call with someone shouting; Congratulations!

But it happened on Friday, February 18th 2000; and the reason was NASA’s press conference the day before, reporting the first findings by the spacecraft NEAR (Near Earth Asteroid Rendezvous,) of its examination of the asteroid Eros.

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Inconvenient News From the Moon – Zecharia Sitchin

Image: Moon from spaceAs I was saying…


News, as much of everything else, needs luck to succeed. News, more than anything else, has no chance of success if it is inconvenient — and especially so, if it happens to be true.

A case in point: Latest discoveries concerning the Moon.

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