Are Sedna and Nibiru both orbiting our dark star companion, and is ours a double solar system?
(Pictures have been reproduced or modified from Andy Lloyd's web page.)
What is really unique about his theory is that this dark star has its own planets, the first five minor, the sixth an Earth-sized Home-world, and the seventh the planet or object we call Nibiru. The Home-world is much like Earth and is where our Annunaki "gods" live.
Nibiru is largely uninhabitable and acts more as a ship or battle station. When the dark star is at perihelion(closest approach to our sun) at 60 to 70 AU, Nibiru's orbit, which is at 60 AU from its parent, has a wide enough orbit to cut through our solar system, usually in the vicinity of Jupiter's orbit, although this can vary. Nibiru's orbital inclination is some 30 degrees to our solar plane or ecliptic.
Its passage is momentous but short taking only a few weeks or months at most, after which it disappears from view. It is fiery red in color with a debris-filled tail, and circling it are a number of moons which it sometimes uses as weapons to pound other planets.
Nibiru or its moons were responsible for such feats as the destruction of Maldek and other planets which are now asteroid belts; the craters or surface scars on the Moon or planets of our solar system, as well as their varying axial tilts and orbits; the sinking of Atlantis and Noah's Flood; and God knows what else. It is the physical link or "ferry" between our solar system and the dark star system.
Do we have a miniature version of Nibiru and the Dark Star within our very own planet? If our hollow earth can be likened to to a cosmos or solar system and its inner central sun to a star around which other objects (representing planets) revolve, then we have a similar model, only on a much smaller scale. See the Earth's Inner Sun on this site.
Astronomer Alessandro Morbidelli at the Cote D'Azur Observatory postulates that our Dark Star may have an orbital period of as much as six sars or 21,600 years. He bases this on the Babylonian Great Year period of six sars mentioned by Roman chronologist Censorinus in the third century AD. This is close to the 25,920 year period that astronomer Pickering gave to his planet Q back in 1909. After every such period or revolution the Earth's poles become equatorial causing great catastrophes.
Like Andy Lloyd, Morbidelli believes our Dark Star is presently past its perihelion (farthest distance from the Sun) and on its way back, but it has a long way to go. He too believes it is now located somewhere in the star-rich fields of Sagittarius where it is not so easy to observe.