posted on Sep, 20 2011 @ 03:04 PM
Immediately that you said that the object is near to Regulus, that is in the Constellation of Leo, I straight away can tell you that what you have
seen and should continue to see in much the same position is the rogue visitor Infra Red Dwarf Star object called "Nibiru".
It does not emit any
light of its own and was only visible using Infra Red telescopes, but since it is coming into the Solar System, and is now at the altitude of the
orbit of Saturn, it is now beginning to be illuminated by the Sun. It has a mass that is five to six times greater than that of Jupiter. It is
presently causing disturbances to Saturn since at present that is the planet it is currently nearest to. The images of Saturn were taken in December
of 2010 and another more recently. "Nibiru" is causation of these never before seen volcanic eruptions taking place on Saturn.
Here is an image of the Earth size planet Titan that orbits around Saturn. Notice the huge atmospheric disturbance that "Nibiru" is causing. This
picture was taken in September 2010 and shows us the effects that "Elenin" had on Saturn and Titan at that time. "Elenin" at that time was in much the
same position as "Nibiru" is now situated. So Saturn was not just affected by "Nibiru", but also by "Elenin".
Here are two pictures to show you that "Elenin" is actually three objects. "Elenin A" and "Elenin B" are each estimated to be around about the same
size as Uranus or Neptune. "Elenin C" is smaller, but never the less it is estimated to be around the same size as is the Earth.
At this moment "Elenin" is not visible in the sky because as viewed from Earth "Elenin" is infront of the Sun. Thus the unilluminated side is facing
the Earth. "Elenin" cannot be observed by astronomers since it is in the day light sky. So anyone claiming to have any pictures of "Elenin" is a bold
faced hoax. Only after 16 October 2011 are we going to be able to see "Elenin". From that time onwards the illuminated side will be facing towards the
Earth as "Elenin" will move into the night time side of the Earth.
Your video images are not showing "Elenin". Your pictures are definitely showing "Nibiru". I too was observing it from my location in the British
Isles earlier this year when the Constellation of Leo was situated such that I could see it clearly in the evenings before sun setting. Unfortunately
observations were only barely possible because of there being too much cloud. Even so I did make a clear observation. I am 100% sure that the object
is "Nibiru". "Nibiru" is in the Constellation of Leo and is situated at the orbital altitude of Saturn as it is moving through the Solar System along
much the same trajectory as is "Elenin" before it. Very interesting is the possibility that in July or August of 2013 there is the chance that as it
is moving out of the Solar System "Nibiru" will collide into Jupiter. By that time "Elenin" will be out as far as the orbital altitude of Saturn. In
January of 2018 the orbital altitude of "Nibiru" will be that of Saturn whilst the orbital altitude of "Elenin" will be out as far as Uranus. However,
if "Nibiru" and Jupiter collide in summer of 2013 then that will change things.
One question that I need you to answer is, how is it that you can see the star Regulus at this time of the year ? Surely the Constellation of Leo is
in the day light sky ? However, since you have woken up in the early morning hours then I see how it can be that you have been able to see it. In
deed I advise everyone to wake up early to observe it.
"Nibiru" is increasingly visible in the Constellation of Leo. There will be those who will
suggest that you are looking at Mercury or Mars ? However the object you describe is clearly "Nibiru". The difference is clear once the observations
AVE RAEGINA CAELINA LA DEUS NOSTRA CAELI LA VERA DEUS
edit on 20/9/2011 by CAELENIUM because: (no reason given)