Nibiru / Planet X - Below The Ecliptic?(if it did exist you would see it)

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posted on Apr, 15 2013 @ 11:47 AM
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I thought this video was worth posting because it shows we would see nibiru or what ever coming.
he explains it well.




posted on Apr, 15 2013 @ 06:13 PM
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Thanks for sharing this video,it gave me a better perspective of the ecliptic. If Planetx is somewhere below the ecliptic,we shouldn't have to much of a problem of seeing it!



posted on Apr, 16 2013 @ 04:28 AM
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The Orion constellation is one of the main sights in the winter night sky, and it's fully below the ecplitic! And even when something is at the southern celestial pole (not visible in most of nothern hemisphere), the astronomers and stargazers in the southern hemisphere would see it just fine (like we can see the North star).

So Nibiru would either have to be constantly hiding behind the Sun (physically impossible), or use a cloacking device.



posted on Apr, 16 2013 @ 06:57 AM
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Originally posted by wildespace
The Orion constellation is one of the main sights in the winter night sky, and it's fully below the ecplitic! And even when something is at the southern celestial pole (not visible in most of nothern hemisphere), the astronomers and stargazers in the southern hemisphere would see it just fine (like we can see the North star).

So Nibiru would either have to be constantly hiding behind the Sun (physically impossible), or use a cloacking device.


Yup that is it in laymen terms.

wish people would get it.



posted on Apr, 16 2013 @ 08:42 AM
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Originally posted by wildespace
The Orion constellation is one of the main sights in the winter night sky, and it's fully below the ecplitic! And even when something is at the southern celestial pole (not visible in most of nothern hemisphere), the astronomers and stargazers in the southern hemisphere would see it just fine (like we can see the North star).

So Nibiru would either have to be constantly hiding behind the Sun (physically impossible), or use a cloacking device.


Exactly. If practically the entire Northern Hemisphere can see the North Star (Polaris), which is directly above the celestial North Pole, then practically everyone in the Southern Hemisphere should be able to see an object directly above the celestial South Pole (let alone an object simply below the ecliptic).

There is no such thing as a celestial object that can only be seen from the South Pole.





 
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