1. To find its way back into the long elliptoid curve to the farest point outside our solar system the Winged Globe must fly at very high speed thru the frontyard of the sun and this could not take years but only a few months, imo.
2. Nibiru isn't a sun but nevertheless shines as bright as our sun. The bright light cannot be from inner heat and cannot be only from reflection of sunlight.
Maybe, as with comets or meteorites, its due to the extremely high speed of travel - but if so, why does it take so long to run around the sun?
3. The bypass effect depends on earth's position in its one year cycle around the sun, Planet Of Crossing could be closest or farest away or somewhere in between. A close encounter will not happen every 3600 years but probably only in multiples of 3600, maybe only every 36,000 years.
What do you think?