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Nibiru 2009

  • Adyneo
  • uploaded: Oct 9, 2009
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I thought that these video's are the most remarkable regarding the Nibiru Phenomena...
I did my best to re-edit these outstanding video's...
feel free to leave your comments regarding this object, which our scientific media do their best to cover it up, as many other things are covered, to not let us be who truly are...
I think with a bit of effort from all of us, we can change the things and people that stay in the path of Human Evolution on our beloved Earth...



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  • Adyneo#

    Adyneo October 10, 2009 12:53:59 PM CEST

    i strongly believe that due to the radius of that planet, and the Sun, we can' see the object clearly in the sky, and also, most important, because we do not have the right tools in order to make the wright researches towards this Phenomena ...We ask ourselves if the Nibiru or Eris exists, when we have the proof, and by the way Achnaton, have you been up there to discover this scientific fact, that, it might be a reflexion of the Sun? By all means, i'm telling you, i have Astronomers friends, who are willing to say the truth about this, and the truth is that such a solar reflection does not exists, nor did ever existed....I do think that because of the fact that our planet spins at 13.5 degrees around it's axis, we can't see it like in the first video, due to the rotation, but if you would have a satellite like IRAS, and could see it through an objective like that, i can assure not only you, but many in the scientific society, will agree about the fact that due to the position of our planet, the inclination and rotation around the Sun, we simply can't see it coming...

  • Adyneo#

    Adyneo October 10, 2009 12:52:22 PM CEST

    i strongly believe that due to the radius of that planet, and the Sun, we can' see the object clearly in the sky, and also, most important, because we do not have the right tools in order to make the wright researches towards this Phenomena ...We ask ourselves if the Nibiru or Eris exists, when we have the proof, and by the way Achnaton, have you been up there to discover this scientific fact, that, it might be a reflexion of the Sun? By all means, i'm telling you, i have Astronomers friends, who are willing to say the truth about this, and the truth is that such a solar reflection does not exists, nor did ever existed....I do think that because of the fact that our planet spins at 13.5 degrees around it's axis, we can't see it like in the first video, due to the rotation, but if you would have a satellite like IRAS, and could see it through an objective like that, i can assure not only you, but many in the scientific society, will agree about the fact that due to the position of our planet, the inclination and rotation around the Sun, we simply can't see it coming...Buy a camera, a sony dv cam, and go out, and start watching the sky...I can assure you that you will have a nice journey...

  • Kerrblur2#

    Kerrblur2 October 10, 2009 4:16:45 AM CEST

    I am from maui and my friends and I would be surfing during sunset, and we would look back and see that exact fucking thing! two suns! my eyes have no glare and thats what i saw! 5 stars

  • Bullfroggy#

    Bullfroggy October 10, 2009 3:41:44 AM CEST

    I wonder; could this be the equivalent of lens flare only on a much larger scale? Could the atmosphere be acting as a giant lens?

  • Achnaton#

    Achnaton October 9, 2009 3:15:45 PM CEST

    Nice edit, poor evidence and thinking my opinion, the second and tirth clip of the sun setting you see the reflection of the sun, reflection on chemicals aka chemtrails. I have withnessed it mutiple times myself if you look clearly you can see residu trails. I'll show you what I mean with a video response. The first clip tho is something I could only explain as a reflection from his window (filming fom behind it) or cameralens as I believe Niburu got still to much distance. Cheers mate



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