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Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Facts About Nibiru(Planet-X)

1)  It is Hypothesized as the 10th planet in our solar system is reported to be one and a half times the size of Pluto and 4 times the size of Jupiter, and we are just a tiny peanut compared to Nibiru.

2)  This threatening planet on a 3600-year orbit was discovered by the ancient Mesopotamians, who named it Nibiru. Planet X is being pulled into inner solar system due to gravitation pull of outer planets.

3)  It was known also to the Mayans, who associated it with the end of their calendar "long count" in December 2012.

4)  NASA is tracking Nibiru, but that this information is being kept from the public as part of a worldwide conspiracy.

5)  Regarding Nibiru, on December 31,1983 when NASA (Western science) reported discovering this planet, much was finally confirmed for astronomers–the hypothesized cause for Jupiter, Uranus and Pluto’s irregularities of orbit was now confirmed fact.

6)  Just one year later, the newly launched IRAS (Infrared Astronomical Satellite) spotted a large mysterious object in the depths of space.

7)  Nibiru is visible every 2000 (2,160) years during its orbital pass. ( Sumerian and Mayan text both state that Nibiru is clearly visible by day as well as night )

8)  A large scale hypothetical planet that's part of our solar system with an orbit beyond that of Neptune. Was first hypothesized in 1841 when astronomers noticed Uranus did not move as predicted in it's orbit. Based on these residuals, the search for Planet X began.

9)  Nibiru is a magnetic star only of giant means and can only be seen by infared. The sun itself will protect us only for a short period of time because we will have the Sun in front of it.
10) During this time period the Earth can do a flip and go upside down or be tilted 278 degrees off of its current axis.  Our Sun behind Nibiru will take about 70% of Nibirus power as it fights it.  So we will be exposed to approximately 30% of Nibirus magnetic effects.   If this happens the oceans and the waters has to go someplace.

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