The six most distant known objects in the solar system with orbits exclusively beyond Neptune (magenta) all mysteriously line up in a single direction. This orbital alignment can only be maintained by some outside force, according to the Caltech researchers who predicted Planet Nine in January
In Search of Planet 9 – Orbital Path Podcast

Editor’s comment: You will love the part where Mike Brown admits that Planet 9 (Planet X) will affect our planet (right from around the 10:45 mark)and cause a pole shift even at its huge distance away. But the entire audio is worth listening to in my opinion. Astronomers are debating the existence of “Planet 9,” a big planet beyond the … Continue reading

This artist's concept illustration received January 20, 2016 courtesy of Caltech/Robert Hurt shows a distant view from Planet Nine back towards the sun
Researchers See Signs of a Real Planet X

By California Institute of Technology, Pasadena The gravitational tug on outer solar system objects indicates this giant world — if it exists — would be 5,000 times more massive than Pluto and take up to 20,000 years to orbit the Sun. Caltech researchers have found evidence of a giant planet tracing a bizarre, highly elongated orbit in the distant solar … Continue reading

At least two unknown planets could exist in our solar system beyond Pluto. / Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Planet X – 9th Planet? Astronomers Say A Neptune-Sized Planet DOES Lurks Beyond Pluto

By Eric Hand – The solar system appears to have a new ninth planet. Today, two scientists announced evidence that a body nearly the size of Neptune—but as yet unseen—orbits the sun every 15,000 years. During the solar system’s infancy 4.5 billion years ago, they say, the giant planet was knocked out of the planet-forming region near the sun. … Continue reading