reply to post by Misterlondon
reply to post by Boondock-Saint
Mr. L. if you can operate a computer, you would do yourself a great favor to find out which objects are visible w/ naked eye. Many here recommend
Google Sky, but I really like Heavens Above.
You can customize them for your location (you need to find out where you live) and then you will discover that there are thousands of very
interesting, non-Nibiru objects that people ought to be familiar with in the sky.
B.S., if you are our "Spec Ops" specialist and do not know what planets can be seen from Earth, we are in real trouble. Were you recruited, or did
For both of you and anyone else: PLEASE learn the names, locations and relative sizes of the known planets.
Even ancient people who never had the benefit of youtube, Barney and Sesame Street knew that several "wandering stars" were different from the rest.
Some even figured out that they followed regular patterns and could be counted on to be in certain locations at certain times; like Venus as the
"morning star" and sometimes the "evening star."
They gave them names to help to identify them by their characters:
Venus was beautiful, Jupiter was dominant, and Mars was angry.
Really, guys and girls, everyone capable of posting here should at least TRY to learn the 5 easily-viewed planets, and at least a couple of important
stars and constellations, like Orion, Taurus, Ursa Minor and Major, Polaris, Betelgeuse, Antares and Sirius.
You will feel much more comfortable about looking up at night, and might find it inspiring. You owe it to yourself to at least try; you might really
like it and benefit your friends and families.