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but then there is no Nibiru, and the old text are wrong, or do we just read them wrong? www.librarising.com... from the link
2012: No Planet X
by Ian O'Neill on May 25, 2008
Will Planet X cause mayhem in 2012? Nope.
Apparently, Planet X (a.k.a. Nibiru) was spotted by astronomers in the early 1980′s in the outermost reaches of the Solar System. It has been tracked by infrared observatories; seen lurking around in the Kuiper Belt and now it is speeding right toward us and will enter the inner Solar System in 2012. So what does this mean to us? Well, the effects of the approach of Planet X on our planet will be biblical, and what’s more the effects are being felt right now. Millions, even billions of people will die, global warming will increase; earthquakes, drought, famine, wars, social collapse, even killer solar flares will be caused by Nibiru blasting through the core of the Solar System. All of this will happen in 2012, and we must begin preparing for our demise right now…
i know , so you be the judge.
In Search of Planet X
see also Tenth Planet Watch and Nibiru and the Dark Star
Sumerian tablet showing Sun encircled by eleven planets
plus another body way out.
According to the ancient Sumerian culture which lived from around 6000 to 1500 BC, our solar system consisted of twelve planets including Sun, Earth, and Moon, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto. The twelfth planet they called Nibiru and gave it a highly elliptical orbit of 3600 years, stretching from the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter and extending way beyond Pluto. Russian scholar Zechariah Sitchin, who studied the Sumerian language and texts popularized this "planet of the gods" by releasing his groundbreaking book "The Twelfth Planet" in the year 1976, followed by successive books on the same theme.
Originally posted by Xcalibur254
reply to post by newcovenant
And once again more disinfo from the Nibiru crowd. While I can't find an identification for the first object it is at least 100 light-years away and possibly billions of light-years away. The second object, as stated in the article you posted, was a spent rocket stage. The final object is light-years away and was identified as a gas cloud. So, once again none of these even have a remote possibility of being the "mythical" Nibiru and the Nibiru crowd needs to stop labeling every newly discovered object in space as such.