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Originally posted by IkNOwSTuff
reply to post by muse7
Just to clarify for everyone are you saying Nibiru being a brown dwarf is unlikely or that Nibiru existing is unlikely?
The 12th Planet is 4 times larger and 23 times more dense than Earth (Z). The Biblical narration of 7 years of plagues, crop failures, increased earthquakes/ volcanic eruptions, and other phenomena that preceded the Exodus was caused by the magnetic & gravitational effects of the approaching 12th Planet on the Earth's molten iron core (which behaves exactly like a giant bar magnet running from the North to the South Pole). The growing disruptions in our present day weather patterns, increased earthquake/ volcanic activity, the gradual slowing of the Earth's rotation, reports of magnetic deviations, new manifestations of DNA mutation (deformed frogs & fish, recent births of albino buffalo calves[predicted by Hopi Prophecies], emerging viruses and bacteria, etc.), and other anomalies are being precipitated by unique and unrecognized forms of energy being released from the core of the Earth due to the approach of the 12th Planet.
Originally posted by muse7
If "Nibiru" does indeed exist and is a brown dwarf star hiding behind the sun, then we would already be feeling the gravitational effects here on Earth. There is no way something like this can go undetected, we're talking about an object larger than Jupiter at some 70 million miles away. We would know about it, because its really difficult for an object like that to go undetected.
Why do people choose to believe this? I really don't know, but it really doesn't make any sense. It's an interesting theory, and it's always good to keep an open mind. But not too open to where your brains fall out.
To be honest, this is one of the most absurd conspiracy theories I've ever heard.
Originally posted by SonoftheSun
reply to post by muse7
But this is where a belief becomes overwhelming. A blind belief will not reason with common sense, evidence or facts. Leprechauns, gnomes, fairies, reptilians, the Sasquatch, Nellie the monster and Winnie the Pooh...