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So for now..
1st Image taken in April 2015:
Here's a zoom of the red dot taken from summer 2015:
From this occasion we have three groups of objects forming a diagonal path, of these three, one is the main object-the bottom two are the contenders for that btw.
originally posted by: MasterAtArms
I detect a thinly veiled attempt to cash in on the *possible* planet 9 to attempt to corroborate the OPs so called evidence.
Terry here has been trolling for months!
I know this is being analyzed carefully by the discerning contingent of ATS
If you are near 50N latitude main object will be at 2 o'clock, if your in Italy or around 39-40N it will be at 4-5 O'clock, in Brazil 11 o'clock. This is where you should focus and could either look by eye or also if you happen to just take a pic. Exposure on camera should be reduced to half and ideally a passing cloud will be covering the sun exposing (in my case) the two o'clock position, even a tree or bridge etc can be used in this same manner to diffuse and shield the sun's rays; hence enhancing visibility of the object
The time is coming (days or weeks imo) where we may be looking at an announcement as there will surely be mass sighting on the cards soon! Also this object will (when visible to all) take on the form of the red winged disk and this will unnerve the masses so be prepared in all the obvious ways!
To those in the know about this subject? You will know there is an announcement pending!
Perhaps you need to evaluate your position in life to come into a thread and diss provable info and make insults all the while actually making yourself look beyond ignorant.
originally posted by: EndOfDays77
The purpose of this thread is to raise awareness of the very real existence of Planet X. I have repeatedly shown (and observed by bare eye) the object at two o'clock over a period of nearly a year.