We have reached the stage where even the exile reveals that it is nothing more than a tool for bringing the Geulah.
Note: a crackpot-theory of a distant planet, based on a dubious reading of ancient Sumerian texts (the Torah tells us how Hashem created man, nothing to do with any alien race, thank you) gets ratcheted up a notch to become a super-crackpot-theory involving sinister global conspiracies and the imminent arrival of this dubious distant planet.
For 20 years it remains on the fringe. A Torah Jew for sure never heard of it. Suddenly it pops into the discussion of Moshiach and Geulah. What gives?
Please, don’t be confused: it remains a crackpot-theory. But it is also a crude hint that is meant to bring our attention to the true matter at hand: in the year 66 Moshiach will be revealed…one star will appear…etc.
If this was the whole point, it would be interesting enough. But notice: the very name they have given this star/planet/crackpot-theory is an open hint to the 66th year!
Three letters of the name (as they spell it in Hebrew) have the numerical value of 66 (6=נ=50,י=10,ו). And what do the other three letters spell (ב,י,ר)?
You may need to switch the letters around. Please work independently.
Furthermore: what is it the 66th year of anyway? What happened in תשי”א – 5711?
It’s all making sense, now………………..