posted on Jul, 10 2011 @ 11:45 PM
Ya know, I have been doing some research into Sanskrit, and the origin of Nibiru. In all but one of its uses in all Sanskrit documents available, only
one refers to Nibiru as a celestial body. It does not refer to it as a planet, but rather as a star. However, I will say again that this is only one
meaning out of dozens of others.
I assume that everyone who believes in Nibiru also believes Zecharia Sitchin knew what he was talking about, when in fact many more esteemed
scientists say that he didn't know, and I have personally seen references and translations he has made that are only half-truths to fit his theory.
So if his translations are the origins of this story, then I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but his stuff isn't correct, especially in the aspect
I am describing.
Addressing the op, I remember reading some of the referenced threads, and another thread where the op said he would be going off the grid in 2009,
along with his family and others. So I wonder if they have spent two years out in the wilderness for nothing, since it is 2011 and the storm that was
supposed to hit has yet to do so.
I suppose one could argue that its brewing, but when has there not been strife and turmoil all over the World? I can't even keep track of the
countless times massive amounts of people thought the World was going to end. Was anybody here around for the Black Death that ravaged Europe in the
14th century? No? Well they had a much more solid reason to believe the World was coming to an end, yet it didn't.
Sorry to go off topic in your thread, but if the believers in Nibiru can preach, I would like to be here to refute their claims whenever I can.