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New Sign Of NIBIRU

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posted on Jul, 13 2010 @ 10:42 PM
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Ever see the sign on a truck that says if you can't see my mirrors I can't see you. That's true on planets as well. Place a planet in space approaching the Earth. Whatever part of the Earth is visible to the planet can also see the planet. Half of the Earth, or more, can always see an approaching space object.




posted on Jul, 13 2010 @ 10:56 PM
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New Sign Of NIBIRU ?

Really?



posted on Jul, 13 2010 @ 10:56 PM
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So what your saying is if nibiru is coming towards us direcctly from the south pole the whole southern hemisphere could see its approach?
I appreciate the leymans terminology, astronomy is not my strongpoint.



posted on Jul, 13 2010 @ 11:17 PM
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That's correct. The entire southern hemisphere could. Notice I was careful to say that at least half the world could see it. The sun for example can be seen by almost the entire world at any given time in the year. You might have to wait for the Earth to turn in a day, but you get to see it. Other objects cannot be seen from the northern hemisphere, such as Canopus. That's the second brightest star visible from the Earth.

Think about Polris. That's the current north star. If something were headed at the Earth from that direction could it be seen in Canada, the US, Europe, Asia, and anywhere else on Earth that can see Polaris? I'll let you answer that yourself.



posted on Jul, 16 2010 @ 01:43 AM
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I found this quite interesting....

www.sciencedaily.com...

It is even on via mainstream.

news.nationalgeographic.com...

[edit on 16-7-2010 by dragnet53]



posted on Jul, 16 2010 @ 02:03 AM
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BTW of course NASA won't think this is NIBIRU. They wouldn't want Sitchin to be right.



posted on Jul, 16 2010 @ 03:45 AM
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comet like planet? interesting..



posted on Jul, 16 2010 @ 04:21 AM
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Does anyone know if Nemesis and Planet X (Nibiru) are one in the same?

Here's an article about Nemesis...

Search on for Death Star that throws out deadly comets

Toni



posted on Jul, 16 2010 @ 04:33 AM
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Originally posted by dragnet53
BTW of course NASA won't think this is NIBIRU. They wouldn't want Sitchin to be right.


No one in their right mind would think this is nibiru.

It is orbitting it's own sun and it is 153 light years away from us.



posted on Jul, 16 2010 @ 04:48 AM
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All the light beings have to do is strap a couple of their space/time manipulators and fusion rockets onto that sucker then type in our coordinates to send it right towards us.... Nibiru will not be approaching by natural means. Wake up!



posted on Jul, 16 2010 @ 06:52 AM
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If it is headed this way then 153 light years is nothing. But I highly doubt it would be devastating. But it would be a cool picture to take seeing it the sky like Hale-Bopp was



posted on Jul, 16 2010 @ 07:25 AM
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But it's not heading this way, it's orbiting it's own sun.

And you say that 153 light years is nothing? lol!

Do you actually think before writing?

You do realise what distance this is right?

So even if this planet traveled at ten times the speed of light (that would be 3,000,000 metres per second) it would still take over 15 years to get here.

I suppose you can be like Rajatan by making stuff up and ignore any resemblance of common sense.



posted on Jul, 16 2010 @ 09:39 AM
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Originally posted by dragnet53
reply to post by Chadwickus
 


If it is headed this way then 153 light years is nothing. But I highly doubt it would be devastating. But it would be a cool picture to take seeing it the sky like Hale-Bopp was


I for one is glad that people like Dragnet53 represent the "knowing" half of this 2012 hype, he/they makes the whole group lose any grain of credibility. I mean really, 153 light years is nothing? Are you for real? As soon as there are ANY kind of discovery in the universe, even a f***ing planetary comet 153 light years away from us, that's sure to be Nibiru.

Can't we just decide what this Nibiru is supposed to be once and for all? I have to say though, it's amusing (to say the least) to see uneducated people make claims that they don't even have the intellect to grasp the meaning of. Embarrassing, but just soo amusing. So, don't stop with this. Keep up the good work, the truth is out there


P.S. you do know that Sitchins prediction was for 2084 something, right? Guess you didn't even bother to look that "tiny" detail up before supporting his drug induced delirium?



posted on Jul, 16 2010 @ 04:56 PM
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and I guess you represent all the "experts" on this site? LOL

But this also shows NIBIRU can exist and can have a comet like tail.


Jaysus, People do make me laugh.



posted on Jul, 16 2010 @ 05:46 PM
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Originally posted by dragnet53
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and I guess you represent all the "experts" on this site? LOL

But this also shows NIBIRU can exist and can have a comet like tail.


Jaysus, People do make me laugh.


Oh my God, you really are serious? Yes, I represent the part of the people here that doesn't believe in Nibiru until anyone (you for example) can show me where it is. And, you know what? I'm smart enough to know that something that is located aprox. 153 lightyears away isn't by any chance going to be here in 2012 (or ever).

It's really fun to see how you jump around in different threads and claim that Nibiru have been found, yet there is different objects in every thread. Just for kicks, could you perhaps show me one simulation based on Keplers law that DOES support the orbit of Nibiru? Because I haven't seen any yet, and you seem to know a lot about astrophysics


And just to clarify, in what way does this support the existence of Nibiru?

You are right, people can be quite amusing and right now you are the main source of amusement in here



posted on Jul, 16 2010 @ 11:50 PM
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Originally posted by rasalhague

Originally posted by dragnet53
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and I guess you represent all the "experts" on this site? LOL

But this also shows NIBIRU can exist and can have a comet like tail.


Jaysus, People do make me laugh.


Oh my God, you really are serious? Yes, I represent the part of the people here that doesn't believe in Nibiru until anyone (you for example) can show me where it is. And, you know what? I'm smart enough to know that something that is located aprox. 153 lightyears away isn't by any chance going to be here in 2012 (or ever).

It's really fun to see how you jump around in different threads and claim that Nibiru have been found, yet there is different objects in every thread. Just for kicks, could you perhaps show me one simulation based on Keplers law that DOES support the orbit of Nibiru? Because I haven't seen any yet, and you seem to know a lot about astrophysics


And just to clarify, in what way does this support the existence of Nibiru?

You are right, people can be quite amusing and right now you are the main source of amusement in here


Yes, I also find it quite funny that the scientific community keeps on finding new things that keeps changing their views when saying something isn't possible and yet they find something that contradicts their theory.

I believe in Nibiru so what and many times people claim to found Nibiru people like you find ways to debunk. There could be a real sighting and we will never know. The only thing that keeps me going on believing this thing are the hopi prophecies and they are 100% correct. You can try and debunk those, but you will end up failing.

well I might make you laugh, but you people that claim to know everything make me laugh even harder.





posted on Jul, 17 2010 @ 02:33 AM
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I believe Nibiru is real. But really, it's probably next to impossible to try to convince anyone in another reality or zone that Nibiru exists unless it's to the point where it's so visually obvious that it can't be excused away.

Have you ever heard of that Tv show called The Twilight Zone? Imagine that the reality that we're in now is the there's-no-such-thing-as-Nibiru-zone. And pro-Nibiru supporters are from another place called the Nibiru-is-coming-zone.

What would you think if someone from another time zone walked up to you and said 'Nibiru is coming'. You're are most likely going to think that person is joking or is just not right.

So then, when the funny guy says that there's a sub-stellar object out there but you can't see the sub-stellar object and your government and scientific community is saying that it's a all hoax or a fanatical proclamation and fear mongering, then what's left? You laugh and say 'show me the orbit'...or something along those lines.

So there's really no convincing people from this twilight zone that there's a Nibiru. It's not a part of their reality. To expect anyone from this zone to take what we're saying as fact without indisputable evidence, would be an extradition out of their reality or "sanity", but not actually leaving their physical zone, to do so. It's one thing to go to another zone and become a Nibiru bell ringer but it's another thing entirely to remain in the there's-no-such-thing-as-Nibiru-zone and loudly profess Nibiru! Nibiru is coming!

They'd be outcasts, estranged, judgement-impaired crazies, etc. from family, co-workers, friends, government, the world, etc. All for what? To admit (sincerely) that Nibiru is coming? Not so much. Basically the people that believe there's a Nibiru chose to do so a long time ago. At this late date it's more probable that converts will change their minds when there is no other option. And some will choose denial no matter what. But I don't think all that don't think there's a Nibiru are in denial at this point. Like I said, it's not real to them. It's not their reality. What's to deny? Elephants are not purple in their reality and no matter what you say, unless you have indisputable evidence that elephants are purple, don't be too disappointed when people don't believe it.

So you can imagine how non-Nibiru patrons see us.

And we're goin'...uhh...wow and you "experts" think you know it all because that's how we see them, as know-it-alls ...when really they are just saying hey ...you with your tin foil hats and Zeta contactees, show us the evidence.

All the while TPTB are nodding in agreement and patting themselves on their collective back sayin' 'Good good, so far good" because NASA employees and dis-info agents are costing them money. Sure they can afford it but people need to keep in mind that most billionaires are penny pinchers.

Nibiru will have to get closer and then there will be no way to stall it's existence. I'm looking forward to hearing the stories that TPTB have waiting in wings. Because sun dogs and lense flares won't work forever.

As far as I know, Nibiru is invisible to us at this time and is coming from another dimension. So it's probably much closer than we think? Can't recall where I got that from, but it was recent. I can look it up. I sure know that we're feeling the affects of Nibiru....all over the world, in many ways. It's magnetically messing with our sun as well.

Now that will just get 'em laughing even harder which will get us laughing even harder.



I think the working of "second sun" is confusing. It leads people to think that Nirbiru is the size of the "second sun".

Toni












[edit on 17-7-2010 by Antoniastar]



posted on Jul, 17 2010 @ 03:38 AM
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@Toni

I'll try to not step on anyones toes now, but are you serious with this? So when there is absolutelly no scientific evidence whatsoever, then it must be from another dimension and thus not bound by our laws of physics, right?

Actually, you don't have to look it up, I know exactly where you got it from. It has Nancy Lieder written all over it. But I'm a little curious about one thing regarding this whole Nibiru story... Originally it was predicted to kill us all in 2003, but as far as I know it didn't do that (or have we all entered the twilight zone?)

You say that this planet is invisible, huh? Do you know many planets like that?

I found this particular part extra interresting: "As far as I know, Nibiru is invisible to us at this time and is coming from another dimension. So it's probably much closer than we think? Can't recall where I got that from, but it was recent. I can look it up. I sure know that we're feeling the affects of Nibiru....all over the world, in many ways. It's magnetically messing with our sun as well"

I have some questions on this that shouldn't be all that hard to answer since you consider Nibiru to be a scientific fact.

1. What leads you to the conclusion that it must be close, when you obviously can't see it. And yeah, I should be careful with Zetatalk if I were you (they tend to dislike misinterpretations=) and as I said before, I'm well aware where you got that "info" from. To my limited understanding (seing as we are obviously in different dimensions) I wouldn't count Lieder as a reliable source.

2. You say that we feel the effects of Nibiru? I would like to disagree on this one, but feel free to support that claim with some evidence (peer-review would be nice). Do you know what a planetary body four times earths mass would do to us? I can assure you that neither you nor I would live to tell about it. I've taken the time to read through many, many journals dealing with the search for PX, and none has proven to be correct in their asumptions.

And, you say that it is "magnetically messing with our sun as well". Could you tell me in what way the sun is feeling the effect of a rogue planet? The unusually long solar minimum of this cycle perhaps?

I just have to ask you this, just to sum up your belief a bit...

You are serious when you say that this planet only shows itself for those who believe in it, yes? Does that mean that only those who believe in it will feel the effects of it when it decides to drop by in our neighbourhood?

3. And finally, I have a question to you about this whole doomsday. You seem rather sure that we will all die in 2012, so I have a proposal to you. Would you be interrested in signing over all your belongings to me (straight forward, huh?)?
After 2012 you won't need them anyway, so why not ease the materialistic burden a bit now, and sign over all your stuff to me (as a sign of your beliefs)

I happen to work as a lawyer, and would happily set up the necessary paperwork. So, are you in?

I can leave this releaseform unsigned so that anyone that know for a certain that we are going to die in 2012 can take part of it, and again, ease their material burden=)



posted on Jul, 17 2010 @ 05:02 AM
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many of you already know this, but let me reiterate: our thoughts create reality, it's not the other way around. our brains are constantly re-creating or re-imagining our perceived surroundings. when you look in the sky and see something no matter what it is, what you're seeing is not the actual object itself but a mental re-construction of the image. so either way, whether it's real or not, it's all in your head.

the universe is mental, it's an ancient hermetic truth.

something to keep in mind.



posted on Jul, 17 2010 @ 11:33 AM
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Thats funny I heard about this planet on a different website, Why isn't it all over the news then. Wouldn't a new planet be really big news and all over the internet how does anyone know that its out there? And what do you think is the purpose of this planet. How will it affect earth?



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