The Latest Planet X Observational Evidence Now Released on 10/15/19
During a routine observation of the SOHO C2 coronagraph on the SEEDS website, I was able to once again confirm the 28-day orbit of this Stellar Core Planet X object orbiting the sun and causing coronal mass ejections (CMEs).
A coronal mass ejection (CME) is a significant release of plasma and accompanying magnetic field from the solar corona. They often follow solar flares and are normally present during a solar prominence eruption. The plasma is released into the solar wind and can be observed in coronagraph imagery.
The following photos and video clips will clearly show this massive object once again. As the sun dips further into it’s Solar Minimum these Coronal mass ejections will pose more of a threat to the Earth.
The coronal mass ejection occurred once again as Planet X made it’s close approach to the Sun on October 14th, 2019. These types of close interactions cause extreme stress on the sun and therefore massive amounts of plasma are pulled from the sun creating the CME.
This video clip shows the Stellar Core within the coronal mass ejection.
The video below shows approximately 4 hours of missing data that was deleted from public viewing. This is done to hide more clear evidence. If you watch the time clock in the lower left-hand corner you will see that time difference.
During this close approach to the sun, an increase in earthquake activity occurred sparking a Magnitude 6.4 earthquake in the South Pacific.
Planet X Reveals Itself Once Again during Coronal Mass Ejection on 10/13/19