posted on Sep, 6 2011 @ 08:34 AM
reply to post by NeoVain
Nibiru is currently in the constellation leo and to close to the sun to observe from earth, and only visible with IR anyway. It can clearly be seen on
google sky, by typing in mercury and switching to infrared. It will appear slightly left of mercury. Yes, its huge. It can also be seen in the
pictures from the south pole telescope, and the facts explained in this video www.youtube.com... Thoughts?
Star and flag, NeoVain. I too know about the Dark Star, the twin of planet Earth, and though there are many who claim this just isn't true at all, I
feel they are grasping at straws, for the effects of a Dark Star nearby are very clear to me. Nibiru, of course, is not the Dark Star itself, but a
planet, or rather a spacecraft, being hollowed out, is in orbit around Nibiru, along with many moons and moonlets, these are what will cause the
damage, and perhaps the shift itself, the magnetic pull of the Star will cause the pole shift and the three days of darkness. This has happened
before, people and they left us clues all over the world.