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Planet X Audiobook

Planet X: The 2017 Arrival

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Publisher's Summary

This book is a compendium of information from every sphere - astronomical, scientific, the Book of Revelation and geopolitics. It contains absolutely amazing revelations that direct us to one precise point in time in 2017. Planet X is a cryptogram and this book contains the keys necessary to decode it. When everything is considered together, it fits together perfectly like a watch.

The existence of Planet X is beyond any reasonable doubt, to a moral certainty. We examine proofs of its existence. In fact, if you want to ask one simple question that posits the theory of the reality of Planet X, just ask yourself where did 2.2 trillion disappear to in the Pentagon's budget that Rumsfeld said was missing, and why do we have over 100 underground deep bunkers throughout the US? Why are critical government infrastructures moving from their susceptible positions on the East Coast to the protected areas of Colorado?

But let's look at the astronomical evidence. I have seen Planet X on the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) through WorldWide Telescope. This is a NASA infrared-wavelength astronomical space telescope, launched in December 2009. It is currently in the constellation Pisces, and is clearly marked as an Unidentified Object (but quite plainly visible dark red star) known as IC 5385.

If you'd like to view it yourself, you can install WorldWide Telescope. Just Google it and you'll be right at the page. It's an observatory on your desktop and the most sophisticated online program I've seen. You can view in multi-wavelength views and see stars and planets in context to each other.

But back to our main topic - Planet X. This book is a must-listen and a survival guide to the most important story of the century. I invite you to listen and experience it now.

©2016 David Meade (P)2016 eBookIt.com

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    "proselytizing at its finest"
    Would you try another book from David Meade and/or Dean Wendt?

    Nope


    What was most disappointing about David Meade’s story?

    Three percent Planet X, ninety seven percent proselytizing. This should be called Book of Dreams. Author goes on and on and on about people's dreams whom I have never heard of. So and so had a dream about Red Dragons, Christ talking to him, Enoch, etc etc. If you are looking for Planet X information, look elsewhere because it is not here.


    How did the narrator detract from the book?

    Narrator was fine


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    A Gail Frame 12-19-16 Member Since 2014
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    "This is it, Folks!"

    So glad I to this book. It seems to fire in with true rest of the bodies of work I've listened to and watched over the last few months. Now when I tire it all together it just "clicks"! So glad I know Jesus as my Saviour. I feel sorry for those who don't.

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    CM 09-21-16
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    The books title should be "Visions of false prophets"

    Very repetitive, stories of "visions" by modern day false prophets

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    JGripz 07-11-16
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    "How could this book be classified under Astronomy?"

    Astronomy? Technology? More like Theological fiction. I thought this book was going to give facts about the possibility of a yet undiscovered planet. Instead I got the ramblings of a fanatic trying to convince me a global conspiracy to cover up the Appocolypse. Audible should be ashamed of themselves to including this in science and technology section of their store.

    5 of 11 people found this review helpful
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    Amazon Customer 07-30-16 Member Since 2017

    I am 71 year's old I listen to a lot of mysteries I like cute ones I really like the cozy mysteries I like Christmas mysteries and horror

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    "sneaky "

    this is a sneaky way to get religion in a book and get people to buy it by saying it's about planet x I resent being fooled in to spending a credit on this. shame on you
    audible you should be a shame to treat your customers this way

    4 of 10 people found this review helpful

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