In my research regarding Planet X or 7X, also referred to as Niburu and several other names, I recently stumbled upon another variant on this theme: Hercolubus, or red planet, which is the title of a small book (only 52 pages in English) written in 1998/1999 by Colombian author V.M. Rabolú (real name: Joaquin Enrique Amortegui Valbuena).
Rabolú apparently picked the idea of the red planet from his “teacher”, Samael Aun Weor, who in the 1970s preached about Hercolubus signaling the end of the world in religious terms, as a punishment for the “shameful humanity that deserves the karma that approaches” and that “did not want to listen to the voice of the prophets”.
Rabolú claimed that with the approach of Hercolubus, “from the year 2000, the whole planet [i.e. Earth] is a tragedy. It does not mean that life will end suddenly, but it will truly start to crumble down. This is a process that [will] last years, but from the year 2000 we have entered the tragedy…”
Rabolú’s dire predictions regarding the coming of Hercolubus strangely echo the mention of a star called Wormwood in the Bible’s Book of Revelation:
“When Hercolubus comes closer to the Earth and aligns with the Sun, deadly epidemics will begin to spread over the entire planet. Neither doctors nor official science will know what sort of illnesses they are or how to cure them. They will be powerless in the face of the epidemics.” – V.M. Rabolú
“An the third Angel sounded, and there fell a great star from heaven, burning as it were a lamp, and it fell upon the third part of the rivers, and upon the fountains of waters; And the name of the star is called Wormwood: and the third part of the waters became wormwood: and many men died of the waters, because they were bitter”. – Rev. 8:10-11 KJV
In Hercolubus, or red planet, Rabolú also touches upon the impact of atomic testings on the oceans, and he takes us further into the Solar system with accounts of extra-terrestrial life on interplanetary spaceships, as well as on the planets Venus and Mars. For those who are unfamiliar with this type of claims, they are all over the Internet these days. You make of it what you will, for now I consider it food for thought as I have yet to find evidence substantiating such claims.
According to a website which promotes his book, Rabolú devoted himself “to teaching humanity the formulas to achieve their own spiritual regeneration”, which he also tackles in his book. Eventually taking the reader onto the path of spiritual or consciousness awakening, Rabolú touches upon the subject of death and what he refers to as a disintegration of psychological defects, leading him to talk about “astral unfolding”. This reminds me of Paul writing about the death of the “old man” in us:
“Knowing this, that our old man is crucified with him, that the body of sin might be destroyed, that henceforth we should not serve sin.” – Roman 6:6, KJV
Chilean astronomer also warned “Hercolubus is coming”
Rabolú’s claims eerily echo the warning issued by Chilean astronomer Carlos Muñoz Ferrada towards the end of his life.
Ferrada, who was uncannily accurate in his predictions about earthquakes, apparently discovered as early as 1939 what he termed a “comet-planet” that was bond to visit Earth at some point in the not-so-distant future. He classified this celestial body (Hercolubus) as a “comet-planet” because it has the mass if a planet, but also the tail and elliptical orbit of a comet.
Intriguingly, The Washington Post published an article back in 1983 claiming that scientist had discovered a “mystery heavenly body“, possibly as large as Jupiter…
Ferrada gave his only known publicly recorded interview on Channel 4 television Puerto Rico, on June 28, 1999.
Book still actively promoted and distributed
Fifteen years after the death of its author, the book Hercolubus, or red planet is still actively being promoted and distributed by the Alcione Cultural Association, a non-profit organization based in Spain (see note 1 below).
Hercolubus or Red Planet can be purchased through such booksellers as Amazon, but Alcione sends a print copy free of charge to anyone who makes the request through one of its websites. It is also offered in a great variety of translations. I received my English copy very quickly, only a few days after making the request, and it was shipped to me directly from an undisclosed location in Canada.
“I stand by what I have written in this book, because I know it to be true. I am sure about what I say because I have thoroughly investigated with my astral body, which allows me to know about everything in great detail.” – V.M. Rabolú
Whatever the author’s claims, it’s up to us as readers to make our own research and come to our own conclusions regarding these and other predictions of impending doom upon mankind. In any event, recent developments clearly demonstrate, for anyone who has eyes to see and ears to hear, that the world is now sailing in uncharted waters, and that we may very well collectively be heading “where no man has gone before…”
For those of you who believe and rely upon a Higher Power, I would encourage you to “fear not, but to prepare yourself, physically, mentally, and above all, spiritually”, as Greg Hunter (USAWatchdog.com) usually says. As for the rest of you, the best of luck – I am afraid you are on your own.
Notes & Reference Material
- Alcione Association is a non-profit organization appointed as agent-collaborator in the dissemination and distribution of the work ‘Hercolubus or Red Planet’. The Alcione Association is registered with the National Registry of Associations within the Ministry of Home Affairs, group 1, section 1, with national number 588698, and has its headquarters in Calle Santander nº 6 – piso 5º, oficinas 4 – 5, in the town of Burgos (Spain).
- Astronomer Carlos Muñoz Ferrada: “Hercolubus is coming” 2013 | UFO Sightings Hotspot | November 16, 2013
- Planet 7X aka Comet-Planet Hercolubus | Abide in me | June 25, 2015
- Lectures by Samael Aun Weor – Closing Speech at the 1975 Gnostic
- Tribute to the memory and work of the great Chilean astronomer CARLOS MUÑOZ FERRADA | Vopus | Reprinted from the JOURNAL OF TODAY, of El Salvador