Dr. Cristian Negureanu
|Dr. Cristian Negureanu is a well known author and has published books since 1989! His work is well documented, very serious and he offers the readers innovating works of a great interest today. In 1990 he started to publish various articles and these are his most recent: Miracol Publishing House, Bucharest, 2003. The Gospel According to Darwin, (176 pages), Miracol Publishing House, Bucharest, 2003. Silence of the Idols, (208 pages), Miracol Publishing House, Bucharest, 2004. On the Doorsteps of the Kingdom, (176 pages), Miracol Publishing House, Bucharest, 2004. The Apocalypse of Psychiatry, (200 pages), Miracol Publishing House, Bucharest, 2004. "Images from the Station/Planet Eris/Nibiru" (a synthesis of the Sumerian writings, the Bible and the Book of Enoh) is to be published at the Antet Publishing House (www.antet.ro).
Eris - The Red Planet and the Worlds in Collision
by Cristian Negureanu
Posted: 15:00 October 28, 2007
The planet Nibiru (which was given the name Eris at the International Astronomical Union, Prague, 2006) was also known as "The Red Planet" in antiquity. A few of the many arguments in this case selected from the book Worlds in Collision, by I. Velikovsky:
"It was about this comet that Servius wrote: (( Non igneo sed sanguineo rubore fuisse )) (It was not of a flaming but of a bloody redness). One of the first visible signs of this encounter was the reddening of the earth's surface by a fine dust of rusty pigment. In sea, lake and river this pigment gave a bloody coloring to the water. Because of these particles of ferruginous or other soluble pigment, the world turned red".
The author's statements about the Planet of the Gods' evolution through our solar system are based on several documents, among which: the manuscript Quiche of the Mayas, "The Admonitions of Ipuwer"- the Egyptian eyewitness of the catastrophe who wrote his lament on papyrus, The Bible (Exodus), the Thracian traditions recorded by Apollodorus, the Finnish epos of Kalevala, the traditions of the Altai tatars, the Orphic Hymns etc.
Writing about the 3600 years old catastrophe, I. Velikovsky also provided the logical explanation of the particular name of the"Red Sea":
"The Red Sea has a deep blue color … Like all the water in Egypt, the water on the surface of the Sea of the Passage was of a red tint … The red dust, soluble in water, falling from the sky in water drops, does not originate in clouds, but must come from volcanic eruptions or from cosmic spaces".
The ones who want to see the Planet of the Gods in all its"redness"can do that by searching the Google page at APOD Eris (the picture on September 18, 2006). APOD = Astronomy Picture of the Day, submitted by NASA.
The Columbian author V. M. Rabolu also tried to make the public aware of the imminent contact with the Planet of the Kingdom. In his 1998 book, "Hercolubus or Red Planet"he is affirming that"the planet, because of its gravitational force, will bring earthquakes, huge tides, volcanic eruptions etc. on Earth". More details on Google: Hercolubus or Red Planet.