Yes i know...this topic again..
I know this topic has been covered here before.... though i am not satisfied with the answers given.
im sure everyone is aware of that bright star in the night sky...and im sure youv all had alot of debates over what it is. Time for a real answer i
the main theory is that it is venus....?? i dont buy this..not for a second!
i think the logic used to come to this idea is laughable...as this star is very, very close and it cannot be mars...then...it must be venus
venus is inbetween the earth and the sun right.......and at night we are facing away from the sun. As`we are facing away...The only planets that could
be visible are... all of them bar mercury and venus...mercury & venus should only be visible nearer to sunset/rise.
but this star appears in the middle of the night. I have been observing this star for a long period now. for years. its appearance has changed over
time.... it used to shimmer red, blue & green...then it turned into a dull star..now its a really bright star, which is definatly in our galaxy....
it looks more & more like a star... over time.
When it shimmered green blue red..i thought it was man-made..maybe the ISS. But now the standard concensious is that its venus
is this the thingymebob that was flashing long ago???
MY OWN PERSONAL THEORY IS THAT IT IS OURS, MANMADE...MAYBE SOMETHING TO DO WITH OPERATION BLUEBEAM...??? maybe
I don’t want links to simulation sites or to nasa Ok! i know its not the north star or even cyrius or others from outside our galaxy...as its mostly
seen constantly local to the moon..also i am sure i have seen it move..also i have seen it disappear then appear an hour later.
So what is it....its doin my nut!
here is Jupiter..the moon...and so-called venus
i just noticed the moon in that picture WTF!!.... this picture looks like a polar shift taking place!!
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