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Mr-X

"Ringmakers of Saturn"

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Im really in a hurry so i will not write much about this subject.

Please look up these two web pages about the ringmakers of saturn.

www.ringmakersofsaturn.com (about book)

www.anomalog.com/RoSP23870.html (pics and info)

Get back to me soon

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sounds pretty loony to me  ;D

The destinct "rings" are made because of the orbit of saturns moons thats why there seem to be gaps.

The rest is just orbiting space debris.

Has anyone read this book and if so could they outline the premise a bit more and tell us what the conclusion is... and whether or not the book is believable?

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PS,

Although I haven't read the book, the web site that we were refered to seems to give a lot of credit(though not neccessarily to that book) to Zach Sitchen and his belief about 'Planet X' also known as 'Nibiru'. There are a lot of other articles about UFO's and conspiracies and the like. Although I'm speaking only for myself, I'm not taking the book to be believable, and I'm saying that without even reading it.

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;D

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The ringmakers of Saturn......where have i heard this before..........oh yes, there was a recent article about this in Fortean Times, it stated that they were made by rockets that spude out something, and this made the rings.

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Interesting pictures Mr-X, i'll have to do some research into the subject. :sg

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#3572,

  Be sure to pay attention to the part where he postulates that the 'craft' responsible for making the rings is 7000 miles long.  :o That made a believer out of me.  ::)

Magikman  :)

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The Ringmakers of saturn theory does sound a bit loony :s01 but its still an interesting theory.

Welcome to the forum #3572. ;)a

Yes the pictures are interesting. Saturn happens to be my favourite planet in our Galaxy.

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Earth is still my favourite planet ;D

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Hey we should start a poll!  ;D

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 Mine is planet X, the next time it comes around (next year), I'm going to apply with the 'Annunaki' and offer myself as 'breeding' stock for their hot monkey babes.  :o  :sk

Magikman  :D

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thx Mr-X, this place is mad. :)

My favourite planet is Jupiter. :se

Magikman what exactly is the theory behind Planet X. :sr

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35,

 Its a ridiculous scenario advanced by Zecharia Sitchin that you can read about in this thread;

CLICK HERE

Magikman  :sg

* Welcome to the forum, by the way, I hope you find it both stimulating and interesting.  :)

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A recent image of Uranus shows that it too has rings, just like it's neighbor Saturn. CLICK HERE

[glow=,2,300]Homer :sj

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Thats a beautiful picture  :)

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Why thank you, but I can't take all the credit.  ;D

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oh, it was you and a camera, not just you?

that case it's a crap picture and i don't want to see it anymore  :P

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O.K. O.K., I will take all the credit. Is that better :-/ ;D

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OK  ;D

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