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Leaked images of Nibiru orbited by Planet X taken by South Pole Station Telescope

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posted on Feb, 23 2008 @ 02:36 PM
I would have to agree with the Mass of these objects hurling thru our space, would cause some outta lined orbits or at least something strange, these objects would be messing up the Electromagnetic Feilds of other planets and satilites, Something would tell you these objects are here, Specialy since these objects would cause others to " wobble " like How we find Distant stars with planets around it.

and the video... well I have seem better space evidence in a childrens book.

If this was real, Our amature Astronomers would of pointed this stuff out, alot of em have telescopes rival to what big spenders have, not to mention they also get the means to use Professional telewscopes if they find something they wanna get a better look at.

This would of been a Huge ordeal prolly shown on " news to me " segment on CNN, they will take anything.

posted on Feb, 23 2008 @ 02:42 PM
reply to post by Trance Optic

New York Times - June 19, 1982

Something out there beyond the farthest reaches of the known solar system seems to be tugging at Uranus and Neptune. Some gravitational force keeps perturbing the two giant planets, causing irregularities in their orbits. The force suggests a presence far away and unseen, a large object that may be the long- sought Planet X.

posted on Feb, 23 2008 @ 02:44 PM
Well then, Thats some facts you cant call fake...

Something Is out there then.... Wether its planet X, or Nibru or both or the " lex " pretty dam interesting..... I mean if it something to mess with orbits of other planets then its something somewhat big.

posted on Feb, 23 2008 @ 02:53 PM
reply to post by mattguy404

I tend to believe with you, I have never heard of it before. I don't even believe any of the other 2012 prophecies stuff. I think we will all be here in 2013.

posted on Feb, 23 2008 @ 03:15 PM
The photos are obvious fakes. If that red dot is a "star", then not only are those planets gargantuan in size, they are far too close to their parent star to have avoided falling into each other. Just a hoax thrown together in an afternoon and posted on the internet with scary music and the promise of more to come. Yet again.

posted on Feb, 23 2008 @ 03:48 PM
Alot of this data appears to originate from Sitchin's original theory that Nibiru was a planet on the outskirts of our solar system. He claimed people lived on nibiru. I think he may have confused the idea that the ancients believed the other planets in this solar system, to be inhabited by these god-like beings known as the Anunnaki. sitchin added the god planet of nibiru to the mix, when the word has historically meant jupiter and mercury.

the word "crossing" and "gate" are the etymological roots of it. to be just an orbital crossing you have to ignore the rest of the word, which is "gate"

the sumerian enlil had a city known as nibru, which was also the place of the crossing and the gate of the crossing. it was the place of the crossing in that it was a spot on the euphrates where it could be forded from one side to the other if you were on foot. it also had an area to dock your boats at, so it was like a harbor on a river at this big enlil temple, which sounds like a veritible fortress of technology.

either way, i'm not so sure his original theory on it being an additional planet not yet discovered, that would orbit our sun, is correct. i'm more inclined to think he's mixed a few things together, which has resulted in this planet nibiru theory.

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posted on Feb, 23 2008 @ 04:51 PM
Mainstream astronomy is not going to be able to offer any explanations or reliable predictions regarding this situation if it is indeed true. They can't even predict the simplest of astronomical observations that the scientific community amasses on a daily basis.

All you have to do is look at the endless stream of news items that come out on a daily basis that "shock" and "surprise" the mainstream astronomers, and cause them all to have to "go back to the drawing board." They can't predict or explain pretty much anything, by their very own admission.

When they do attempt to explain basic observations of the universe, they resort to metaphysical fantasies that can't be observed or detected, and pile them one on top of another -- dark matter, dark energy, black holes, etc. These mysteriously invisible entities somehow account for 96%+ of the universe... yet we can't produce any of it.

Anyone that continues to believe in that kind of ridiculous nonsense is simply too intellectually clouded by the authority and power the mainstream wields. It's hard to accept that everything you were taught in school, universities, in peer-reviewed journals and textbooks, and on endless tv shows could all be wrong.

Unfortunately, it is. We are still humans, just as we were 500+ years ago when the Church force-fed us the notion that the Earth was the center of the solar system. Nothing has really changed; it's epicycles all over again.

Now, it would be nice to know what exactly is meant by a "dark star," whether that be a brown dwarf or whatever. If this mini-solar system enters the region of our Sun's influence, there will be huge catastrophic effects... and it won't just be gravity that plays a role.

posted on Feb, 23 2008 @ 04:54 PM
reply to post by rcwj75

well, I'm not sure what to think of the whole theory, but I know that a dwarf star, which is what niburu is supposed to be, is nowhere near as bright as an active star, such as our sun, like not even close, so it would make sense that we could only recognize it through the use of telescopes.
also, I think it is only visible through the southern hemisphere because while we and our planets rotate around the sun in a horizontal pattern, this supposed niburu rotates around it vertically.
just a thought, i have no made up opinion yet...

posted on Feb, 23 2008 @ 04:55 PM
reply to post by Cynic

What would be the ultimate in an ironic comedy/tragedy is if the gov't does know, have prepared, and hide in the ground ... the thing comes by and traps them all underground, and most people on top survive the event and continue on with life and rebuild society.

In fact, most of the crooked would be gone in that kind of situation, might be peace on Earth! With a evil secret society living below us in caves.

The possibilities are endless. We travel through space, our solar system travels through space, our galaxy travels through space ... other systems travel within our galaxy, other galaxies and their systems travel ... there are rouge [sic] planets and stars ... really, the chances of something not passing by us is quite amazing.

Add to that our inability to accurate see and track everything in our own solar system, let alone we have no idea about our Kaiper belt ... we have theories, but no evidence on how big it is, how much stuff is out there.

If we take a step back and realize how little we know and understand, it helps to not eliminate theories no matter how wild. This does not mean worry, live in a shelter, and have decades of canned beans stocked up. It just means to keep you mind open to new ideas on what is out there and how everything works. What was the explanation before, was only the understanding at the time based on measurable evidence.

This is why Plasma cosmology cannot be written off in my mind, even though most people take gravity as the only possible solution. Well, it isn't gravity that holds an atoms structure, or our bodies together, now is it?

Do I necessarily believe in 'Nibiru' ... not particularly, but the possibility of a brown dwarf, rogue planet, or other anomaly being passed in a pattern is not impossible. Especially since we don't stay on the galactic plane, but pass through it ever so many millenia.

It would be nice to get all the pictures we pay for with our public funded space programs, in their highest resolutions. It is a shame they get away with withholding even one of them.

posted on Feb, 23 2008 @ 04:58 PM
Wow. A vid of a red and white blob in a dark room.

There is NO Evidence of a planet X. The planetary orbits are not being perturbed. Zilch. Please go back to finding dodgy vids of reptilians on youtube.

posted on Feb, 23 2008 @ 05:00 PM

Originally posted by Thousand
The photos are obvious fakes. If that red dot is a "star", then not only are those planets gargantuan in size, they are far too close to their parent star to have avoided falling into each other. Just a hoax thrown together in an afternoon and posted on the internet with scary music and the promise of more to come. Yet again.

What is shocking is that people actually believe this rubbish.

posted on Feb, 23 2008 @ 05:01 PM
I bought this Planet-X hook line and sinker back in about 2001 when all these people said it would be here by March 2003...nothing to see here just a rehashed hoax.

posted on Feb, 23 2008 @ 05:27 PM
Here is a related thread on the subject. The entire scope of the idea is considered from these pages.

Nibiru Thread "What is to Come?"


posted on Feb, 23 2008 @ 05:29 PM
The thing with this "Planet X" Theory is that some people say it's a planet and some say it's a brown dwarf? Or basically another sun?

All seems like a giant pile of thought out Bollocks to me.

It just doesn't seem reasonable that some object about .. (What size is it now? Half the sun? the size of our earth?.. It keeps changing..) .. errm.. size "x" is behind our sun doing what ever it is doing, sucking the sun dry of it's power, fueling an alien invasion.. creating axis to flip and what not. the effect of this "Planet" or "Brown Dwarf" keeps changing all the time, along with it's size, what it is going to do? Where is it going to go? How is it going to get there?

Does it need a map?!

Rubbish, all rubbish.

posted on Feb, 23 2008 @ 05:33 PM
reply to post by lepracornman

This is not a good base for not believing something. Just because it is an out of the box subject, where obviously most information about it has been concealed, doesn't mean it should be ignored. Frankly, some one suggest, if this occurred, one would investigate harder.

It isn't based off of nothing, there are many different sources, some being from the first known civilization, which have shared similar references. If you want to learn about the subject, check out


posted on Feb, 23 2008 @ 05:34 PM

Even if this theory turns out to be true,do you really think the authorities would willing tell you about it?

And as for gathering data on it,well,a lot of these "specialists" are probably the same guys who decided to shoot down an out of control satellite,(and it was a lot closer than this supposed"Planet X) because they did'nt know where it was going to fall!

If this thing is coming in 2012,why tell us now and have four years of blind panic on their hands,when they would probably rather tell us at the last possible moment.

I myself am undecided about this theory,but i am totally convinced about the powers that be ability to keep the truth from us!

posted on Feb, 23 2008 @ 05:57 PM
Still though, there saying this mostrous bowling ball, comes crashing through near the orbits of the first 5 or six planets every what? 3600 years?

I thought the earth was proven to be millions, if not billions of years old. It seems highly unlikely that this Wrecking ball has had over 100,000 passes(probably alot more, I'm not gonna do the math
) through this little alley way and hasn't caused the total annihilation of our known solar system save the sun and maybe a couple gas giants.., it just doesn't seem plausible.

If we have survived this many passes of this wrecking 3 planet/moon + small star wrecking ball, I stand to think our chances of surviving 1 more will be faily good.

I hope it's true. Because there's nearly by my rough math 100,000 to 1 chance, no harm will be done, even if it was 1,000 to 1, I'd love to see it pass through our skies. Should be quite a sight.

What the ETA for it's closest crossing with earth or even to make it easier Jupiters orbit? 4, 8, 12,20 years?

I suppose it's 4 more years right, so we can all run amuk with 2012 End of times scenarios, just because the mayans ran out of space on thier stone?

My daily planner which is my "life-line" ends on the last Day of December EVERY year. Do I think the worlds gonna end? Of course not, I just go to office max, and get a set of Calendar refills for it, they cost about $5. Something the Mayans could not do, to just get a replacement for such a "sacred" stone.

I'm sure scientists have a future calendar that goes past the year 3000 but not much further, maybe they do who know's. Kim Peak (rainman definitely does), but does that mean the World is going to come to an end? No they'll just add to it, when we get near the year 2900 or so.

The Mayans had a "particular"stone they chose (for some astrological, religious meaning no doubts), so they just kept going adding days, and years until space on the sacred rock ran out. I'm sure they figured that was long enough (and it was) for others, to pick up somewhere and continue the calendar system.

New Years eve 2013 (if we make it that far will be slightly more frightening that that of 99, and the y2k bug, but it was done and gone so quickly, I believe that will be the case when the calendar turn Jan 1, 2013.

I've never bought into any end world scenarios because in my short lifetime I've seen dozens and dozens come and go, and guess what? Nothing Happened.


After doing some quick math it seems Niribu hasn;t had as many passes as I'd imagined, unless the date of the earth is alot older than I think. If the earth was 10 million years old (I have no idea how close or way off I am with this, most likely the latter), that only gives Niribu 2,777 passes. Even still as I said if the odds We're 1000, to 1 (makeing the earth only a couple million years old(I'm fairly certain it's alot older), I'd feal fairly safe that with those odds, I'd love to see the light show.

I really shoulda researched the age of the earth first, but I'm a bit brain fried on pain meds atm, so I'm doing my best getting coherent thoughts out. Hope they make some sense.

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posted on Feb, 23 2008 @ 06:05 PM
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First, we have no idea what the source is so we have no way of knowing whether or not it's real. A red dot and a couple white dots. If you have photoshop and about 5 free minutes, you can make this yourself.

In addition, this is claiming there is a star and planet. Most people say it's either a star or a planet but not both so this would be a huge discrepancy.

This whole planet x thing is basically very silly. It supposedly orbits every 3600 years and causes massive world wide catastrophies yet there is no geologic evidence of world wide catastrophies every 3600 years. If it's real, there would be evidence of damage on earth and there is not unless of course it is real but doesn't come close enough to cause damage and in that case, who cares?

posted on Feb, 23 2008 @ 06:07 PM

Originally posted by Nola213

My daily planner which is my life ends on the last Day of December every year. Do I think the worlds gonna end? Of course not, I just go to office max, and get a set of Calendar refills for it, they cost about $5.

As much as I can see that your sarcasm and humor are the main character in this statement, it is an irresponsible one nonetheless.

Here is some knowledge for you to discern over. Think deeper than what you have acquired thus far. EVERY NEW SUBJECT OF THOUGHT deserves a new project of learning.


posted on Feb, 23 2008 @ 06:07 PM
The only hole in the Nibiru theory that i think doesnt hold any water is the fact that a planet floating through space that can contain life. This would literally be impossible. I always think of Nibiru as some sort of world ship or perhaps the remains of a planet with dome type structures or underground facilities. Either way why spend all the time and effort living on a barren rock when you can colonize the life supporting planets in the same solar system.

Anyways if the Annunaki were really so advanced why do they have to wait untill our planet is close to theirs to come visit? After all they are in the same solar system.

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