Six thousand years ago, astronaut/pioneers from the planet Nibiru dictated Enuma elish -- the Creation Epic -- to the Sumerians. The Creation Epic says our Sun, a solitary star at this time in its history, first created a planet the Nibirans called Tiamat. Tiamat was the proto-Earth. It orbited Sun counterclockwise. Next, the Sun, called Apsu, created Mercury and propelled Mercury with water and gold to Tiamat. Venus with Mars, Jupiter with Saturn, Uranus with Neptune formed as pairs and orbited the Sun counterclockwise too. Tiamat lacked a partner-planet, but one of her moons, Kingu, enlarged. Kingu was about to become Tiamat’s partner planet and orbit the Sun, rather than Tiamat. But, four billion years ago, before Kingu could attain planetary orbit around the sun, Nibiru entered the Solar System clockwise and split off a piece of Neptune. That chunk of Neptune became its moon, Triton. Triton, unlike other moons in the System, orbits Neptune clockwise. As Nibiru passed through the Solar System, it lost three moons, tore four moons from Uranus and tilted Uranus’ orbit.
Then Nibiru ripped eleven moons from Tiamat and pulled Gaga, Saturn’s largest moon, into clockwise orbit (between Neptune and Uranus) where Gaga is now Pluto.
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