Secret of the Planets


A planet (from Ancient Greek ἀστήρ πλανήτης astēr planētēs, or πλάνης ἀστήρ plánēs astēr, meaning "wandering star") is an astronomical object orbiting a star or stellar remnant that is massive enough to be rounded by its own gravity. But are planets be more than what they seem? Could their nature be the reason of their non-life/life habitation? And if so could this disclosure change our planetary system completely for the greater good?


SP Reader's Be Advise: This Reveal is Extremely Controversial.

Not for those who cannot handle a Simulated Flat Earth as reality.

Keep In Mind:

Flat Earth is NOT A PART of this Planetary Reveal.

"Whatever the answer turns out to be, the idea that the Earth on which we all live could indeed be flat has ignited intense curiosity and healthy debate - and has already shaken people out of their apathy and generated some genuine critical thinking. This in itself is a victory for freedom, because once enough people start to question their reality in every way, the global conspiracy being only held up by deception and subterfuge will collapse." - [Source]

Outstanding: magnificent, superlative, unparalleled

N.A.S.A. added more than 1,200 new planets to the known galaxy.

I'm just going to warn you, this is a controversial topic. Some people get pretty grumpy when you ask: how many planets are in the Solar System? Is it eight, ten, or more?

I promise you this, though, we're never going back to nine planets... ever. - [Source]


(1) Mercury, (2) Venus, (3) Earth, (4) Mars, (5) Jupiter, (6) Saturn, (7) Uranus, and (8) Neptune.

(9) Pluto


Scientists have declared that there are eight planets in the solar system.

They've removed Pluto from the cosmic lineup.


Several planets in the Solar System can be seen with the naked eye. These were regarded by many early cultures as divine, or as emissaries of deities. As scientific knowledge advanced, human perception of the planets changed, incorporating a number of disparate objects.


The term planet is ancient, with ties to history, science, mythology, and religion.


The word "planet" derives from plánēs astēr which means "wandering star."


Planet: a celestial body moving in an elliptical orbit around a star

Wandering: traveling aimlessly from place to place; itinerant

I can now see why they are called the wandering stars because they move all over the place and the Elite worship them all.


More than doubling the number of confirmed planets orbiting alien stars, astronomers said that the discovery is a step toward finding Earth-like planets.

Planet 9 Detected/Discovered?

(the 9th Planet in our solar system)

@0:31 - The scientists over at CalTech have come across something that is beyond the outer limits of little Pluto. That they believe to be evidence of a very large planet.

Planet Nine's size is 5-10x the size of Earth.

"Data like that! Actually suggests heavy gravitational pull, which primarily comes from things that are qualified to be called Planets."

What are Planets Made of?

(What are these planetary objects made of?)


Earth and the other three inner planets of our solar system (Mercury, Venus and Mars) are made of rock, containing common minerals like feldspars and metals like magnesium and aluminum. So is Pluto. The other planets are not solid. Jupiter, for instance, is made up mostly of trapped helium, hydrogen, and water.


Other planets are not solid. Jupiter, for instance, is made up mostly of trapped helium, hydrogen, and water.

What Do Planets Look Like?

Stars make their own light, just like our sun (the sun is a star - the closest star to Earth). But the stars are very, very far away from our solar system so they appear to be very tiny to us, even though up close they are large.

The planets are much closer, inside our solar system. Although the planets are much smaller than the stars, planets appear to be about the same size as the stars because they are so close to us.

The Lord certainly understands how this universe works; after all, He made it. So His Word, the Bible, gives us the foundation for understanding the universe . . . And it may be more fantastical than we believed.


Fantastical: conceived or appearing as if conceived by an unrestrained imagination

*The mind of God would be considered, by nature, unrestrained.