1821. Meteorite strike in India: Planet X core remains: still hot on impact


A meteorite impacted the ground in India, on June 19th 2020. It impacted with enough force to make a one foot crater, which seems to be a real impact crater, not a sinkhole, as the crater is not symmetric. Meteorites are Planet X remnants, i.e. they are what is left of Planet X cores, when they run out of energy and thus die [Playlist: Planet X effects: Meteorites and meteors].

Figure 1. The object is metallic and has round holes on it, indicating that it has undergone energy absorption, which led to part of its body vanishing and producing a sinkhole in it. At least two sinkholes and a groove can be seen. The groove would have formed as a result of the absorbing core moving with respect to it. On a large planetary scale, these grooves become deep canyons.

Figure 2. Huge meteorite found in Oregon in 1902. Its rounded outer surface suggests that it is a Planet X core, the rounded holes have to be sinkholes, due to its energy being absorbed by another core from a more energy depleted planet, which led to the core dying [Article 1588: Oregon meteorite: meteors are Planet X core remains].

Figure 3. Canyon in Idaho: groove on the surface of the earth created as a result of energy absorption by a large Planet X core moving over the region whilst making a gravitational connection with the core that created the bedrock in this region [Article 1653: Canyon in Idaho artificially created by the aliens: the builders].

Only dead cores can hit the ground, all living Planet X cores are repelled by the earth’s surface, and thus cannot impact the surface of the earth. This is why they can be seen suspended in the earth’s atmosphere and covered in cloud. Meteorites do not have any cloud envelope when they impact the ground suggesting that they have lost the ability to generate a density wave around their surface that then leads to cloud formation [Article 1817: Planet X and cloud formation through matter creation]. The sinkholes on their surfaces are not likely to have been caused by the earth but by another planet’s core system when they were a part of a less energy depleted planet, i.e. their home planet was in the same position that the earth now is, with its energy being absorbed by Planet X.

Figure 4. Planet X cores in the earth’s atmosphere covered in cloud thus indicating that they have not lost their ability to generate a gravitational field, which manifests as a stationary density (sound) wave around their surfaces. They are suspended in the air suggesting that they are repelled away from the earth’s surface, something which does not happen once they die, as then they fall and impact the ground [Article 1814: Planet X in the sky: gravity creates cloud].

Figure 5. The India meterorite soon after impact: The fact that soil and rocks are partially covering its right side and not its left side suggests that the object came in and impacted the ground from the left. The object looks blue, and thus different from the object shown above, so it is not clear if it is the same object.

Figure 6. Another image of the object that impacted in India, which also looks blue but different from both of the other objects suggesting that perhaps more than one of these meterorites impacted the ground at the same time. This one seems to also have impacted from the left as soil partially covers its right side, which would occur due to it burying itself into the ground on the opposite sde from which it came in. The object also seems to have a recess in it, which suggests that some of its body was absorbed as energy.

The dark blue object was described as still being hot 3 hours, after the impact, suggesting that it still had heat energy at the time that it lost its gravitational energy, which then led to it falling to the surface of the earth. This also shows that the cores that eject hot materials, as in the case of a volcanic eruption must themselves be hot, and most likely, just as hot as the magma which they eject.

In conclusion, at least one meteorite impacted the ground in India creating an impact crater. The object contained signs of sinkhole formation on its surface due to energy absorption by another core. The object also remained hot, for at least 3 hours, suggesting that it had died, or ran out of light internal energy to generate its gravitational field, very recently, which then caused it to plunge toward the ground.

References:

[1]          Albers, C. (2020). Playlist: Planet X effects: Meteorites and meteors

[2]          Albers, C. (2020). Article 1588: Oregon meteorite: meteors are Planet X core remains

[3]          Albers, C. (2020). Article 1653: Canyon in Idaho artificially created by the aliens: the builders

[4]          Albers, C. (2020). Article 1817: Planet X and cloud formation through matter creation

[5]          Albers, C. (2020). Article 1814: Planet X in the sky: gravity creates cloud






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