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Nibiru Comes


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Picture taken in central canada JAN 29, 2009. Used a digital camera from back yard.
For the past 5 years I have noticed a bright object in the south western sky. For the past 5 years it has become larger, and now visible at 6pm central time. What is it. I know what it is not. It is not venus, mars, or jupiter which when you search this subject online that is usually the response when the question is asked. But how can these planets be visible every day of the year, for the past 5 years, and from month to month they change which planet it is? Lies! Yes there are times in which those planets are visible. Let me ask you again. Q: How can they be visible to the naked eye Every Single Day of the year. A: They are not!



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  • Peppami#

    Peppami February 2, 2009 8:13:13 AM CET

    This is Venus

  • Nibirucometh#

    Nibirucometh February 1, 2009 5:21:39 AM CET

    new image posted

  • Symbolon#

    Symbolon January 31, 2009 3:39:19 PM CET

    Well, i checked and rechecked...had a cup of coffee, then checked it again, and yes...it's Venus! (sorry!)

  • Bloodnthunder#

    Bloodnthunder January 31, 2009 12:10:49 PM CET

    You can't identify a bright object so you just assume its Nibiru??? Sorry but Nibiru has not been visible to the naked eye in Canada for the past five years. Thats absurd.

  • Lanoe#

    Lanoe January 31, 2009 10:42:54 AM CET

    That's sirius (the dogstar) and it's not getting bigger. It's not always visable, sometimes it drops beneath the skyline.

  • 420stillblunted#

    420stillblunted January 31, 2009 7:39:33 AM CET

    wow, had to go racial Czech boy? that's sad the planet Venus gets you so worked up.

  • Scratch#

    Scratch January 31, 2009 7:18:33 AM CET

    If you want to verify if Nibiru is out there, try visiting an amateur astronomer website like this one...http://www.iceinspace.com.au/index.php?home.They'd certainly tell you if it was up there, and would not mistake Venus for a brown dwarf star the size of Jupiter. C'mon, play nice.

  • Bronzept#

    Bronzept January 31, 2009 7:11:16 AM CET

    This is just Venus :) http://spaceweather.com/

  • Notgeoffrey#

    Notgeoffrey January 31, 2009 5:30:56 AM CET

    I have reported your comment, Pindz. I will not be abused in such a manner for offering reasonable explanations.

  • Drewdatt#

    Drewdatt January 31, 2009 3:36:30 AM CET

    Yo I live in Canada too, Quebec to be more precise. I actually took a pic of this too tonight (Jan.30, 2009), and its Venus, not Nibiru.I once considered the Nibiru theory, that until I further researched Zacharia Zitchens work, you will find that they are good stories but not entirely all fact. Don't get me wrong, I know the universe is teeming with life, a lot of which is just like us. His translations of the Sumerian texts are not entirely accurate. The man also has no "official" background in ancient languages. See http://www.sitchiniswrong.com/ you choose to believe it or not, research all sources. Peace



 
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