The following is a list of hypothetical planets that Astro.com lists as absolutely not existing:
"Uranian planets" (Hamburg School):
Other hypothetical bodies:
h56 Selena/White Moon
h58 Waldemath Black Moon
What I am thinking is that the solar system that we inhabit is one of many probable solar systems that exist in the multidimensional multiverse. The solar system we witness is the one we "expect" to see through the human group consciousness on "this" Earth plane. In another universe the human group consciousness on its Earth plane does witness the actual physical manifestation of some or all of these hypotheticals.
Since all human consciousness of all Earth planes in all dimensions are connected, this means that even though we do not consciously "see" these planets, their energies still manifest into our plane, some more strongly than others (think Vulcan, for instance, and you'll see what I mean).
The question for me is how does one interpret the energies of hypothetical bodies when the collective consciousness on this Earth plane does not/cannot recognize them? I think that at the moment they might be more clarifiers of recognized planetary energies on this plane than truly interactive planets in their own right.
What do you think?
Note: On the poll, I was unable to list all the hypothetical bodies due to limits on options. The following are not listed: Harrington (which I do not know who that is in reference to, but it sounds pretty modern and not linked to any mythology) and Waldemath Black Moon. And I am not sure if Vulkanus and Vulcan aren't one in the same thing, so I did not include Vulkanus.
My 2¢ worth, take what fits and ditch the rest.
Light is only a vibration and there are vibrations faster than light.