The word “planet” is derived from the Greek word meaning “wanderer”. At first thought, it is easy to define what a planet is; that is, a large and round body. However, after a second thought, it is thought how large and how round should an asteroid be before it becomes known as a planet, and /or how large can a planet be before it becomes a dwarf or a star?
A blog was written and posted by this author as of 8/17/2015 titled “Planets – Life is a Cosmic Phenomenon” in https://www.fay-louisekapec.com/blog. The information for this posting was channeled by Helen Schreiber as of 1973. It was published in Chapter 10 “Creation of Mankind-The Master Design” of the treatise “The Larger Spiritual Order & Universal Scheme of Things-Simplified”. The twelve planets were identified in 1973 by a highly evolved Spirit Mentor “Double Star” as: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Ceres, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, Charon, and the last planet was named Planet X or 2003UB313.
The International Astronomical Union (IAU) at a meeting in Prague in 2006, proposed there are twelve (12) planets in the Earth’s solar system instead of the nine (9) previously named. Ceres, Pluto’s moon Charon, and the UB313, also known as Xena, would join the traditional nine planets. This conclusion came after the “Union” redefined what a planet is. It included the smaller solar system bodies such as comets and asteroids. This then shall agree with the channeling of 1973.
The IAU now describes a planet as the following: “A planet is a celestial body that (1) has sufficient mass for its self-gravity to overcome rigid body forces so that it assured a hydrostatic equilibrium (nearly round) shape, and (2) is in orbit around a star, and is neither a star nor a satellite of a planet”. Gravity is the determining factor. Nature decides whether or not an object is a planet”. According to the IAU, there are two conditions to be satisfied for an object to be called a “planet”; that is, the object must be in orbit around a star while not being itself a star, and the object must be large enough, or must be in orbit around a star while not being itself a star, and the object must be large enough, or more technically correct, massive enough, for its own gravity to pull it into a nearly spherical shape.
The IAU now names the twelve (12) planets in our Solar System as Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Ceres, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, Charon, and 2003UB313 (or now named Xena). Pluto was officially named a planet as of 11/14/2019 and, at that time, became a fact. According to the 1973 channeling, this then fundamentally agrees with the IAU. The IAU further defines a planet for official use as a pluton. Plutons are distinguished from classical planets in that they reside in orbits around the Sun that take longer than 200 years to complete; that is, they orbit beyond Neptune. Plutons typically have orbits that are far from being perfectly circular (and yet can become circular over time).
Also, in the 1973 channeling, it was shared that there are twelve (12) planets, not only in our solar system, but in other solar systems in other Universes. When a planet close to a Sun is formed, the last planet of the twelve planets implodes or disintegrates and breaks up into tiny particles and “feeds” or intermingles with the Universal Life Force or Electromagnetic Energy Force. Then eventually, over billions of years (maybe more), these particles come back to the Sun, and the Sun absorbs them. When the Sun has absorbed enough, the Sun gives birth to a new planet, and each planet moves into a new position. The central part (or core cell) of the new planet is pure white light. The core than expands and divides into another cell and is held together by the Universal Life Force. Not all imploded planets return to its Sun…some escape from its gravitational pull and are drawn into the next larger solar system. Eventually, over billions of years, the solar system in which the Earth is located shall be drawn into the next larger solar system and shall cease to exist. Does the “black hole” play a part in this?
The thought for the day is: Let no person pull you down low enough to hate them! Peace and blessings.