posted on Feb, 1 2010 @ 05:42 AM
reply to post by tothetenthpower
Well since Nibiru doesn't exist, It's pretty safe to say that we are indeed going to be fine come 2012.
9 in 10 ancient civilizations said it exists. At least 3 in these 9 were experts in astronomy: The Sumerians, the Egyptians and the Mayans. There are
loads of reports from many different civilizations all around the globe, about the "the second sun", the "king of the terror of the skies", the
"abomination of desolation", referring to a massive body in the sky and the cataclysms caused by it... 6.000 years ago the Sumerians knew the set up
of our solar system, all the bodies, their orbits, precession phenomena, etc. Seems pretty obvious that this knowledge was brought to Sumeria from
outside. Why someone would made up the existence of a non existent planet or brown dwarf cluster???
However if you just can't take the ancient civilizations seriously, remember the statement made by NASA in the '90s:
"Unexplained deviations in the orbits of Uranus and Neptune point to a large outer solar system body of 4 to 8 Earth masses, on a highly tilted
orbit, beyond 7 billion miles from the sun." - NASA Press Release, 1992
With this statement was released also, the images taken by IRAS showing a possible brown dwarf with appearance similar to ancient depictions of
I really guess NASA totally knows about Nibiru. Notice the layout of the STS-126 mission patch:
The red body near of Orion belt seems very revealer huh??
Interesting is that some UFO researchers claimed that this mission was carrying nuke heads to space. The project originally named "Orion",
officially was developing nuke propulsion to future spaceships, but under the radar, according to whistleblowers, was putting weapons in orbit. Maybe
to attempt hit some massive threat to Earth.
One thing is to say "I don't believe in Nibiru's existence" and other thing is to say "Nibiru doesn't exist". The subject is quite delicate and
definitely the usual skeptic propaganda doesn't help.