BOBBLING NASA CAMERAS BOBBLING NASA CAMERAS
Over the past year, we have seen what we thought was the Planet X object both above and below the ecliptic on NASA's images. When asked how it could be above the ecliptic (since it hasn't pierced the ecliptic and supposedly won't pierce the ecliptic until the last weeks), the ZT answer was that the cameras and PX were "bobbling."
From ZetaTalk Newsletter No. 164 :
"ZetaTalk Comment 12/12/2009: But in 2009 these accidents kept coming, with increasing frequency, starting on March 27, 2009 with the dramatic appearance of the Winged Globe. Then the Stereo Ahead showed Planet X as the Red Cross of yor on December 4-5, 2009. ... another example of how their airbrush programs are failing to keep pace with the bobbling about that the satellites, the Earth, and Planet X are doing these days. An airbrush program requires that Planet X show up in a predictable spot, and not move around as it is. To program for any bright spot, at any location, interferes with the appearance of planets such as Venus and Mercury or the passage of comets. These too are not always appearing in predictable spots, due to the bobbling about of the satellites in the turmoil of the eddy flow cup that Earth and its satellites find themselves in at present."
So, if that is true, then why does the Planet X object move all over the place in these images but the planet doesn't? And the occulter stays dead center too.