Friday, October 7, 2016
Nibiru (The Babylonian 12th Planet)
It might be interesting to look at Planet X, or as it is also called Nibiru. Not much has been written on it, nor really known, but there are legends, and scientists that have given their opinion, from the White House to the Kremlin, from the English Parliament, to Francis’s politicians in backrooms. NASA has even given out some frightening data, if you seek it out.
First of all let me give some basic statistics: it is 4 to 10 times the size of earth (depending on whose facts you are checking). Also it is a planet more like Mercury than like Earth, or perhaps we might even say hot Venus. It is the 12th planet in our solar system, and takes 15,000-years to orbit our sun, I didn’t say pass earth, did I!
It is considered our doomsday planet. Biblically speaking, Matthew talks about it in his 24th Chapter, and John in his Book of Revelation, Chapter 6 and 8, establishing an encounter with it. If this is the case I doubt we’ll have to worry about Russia and the United States getting into a nuclear war, we see this with “The Beginning of Sorrows.” The sun shall be darkened, and the moon shall not give her light, and the stars shall fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens shall be shaken: Nuclear war doesn’t cause this. In the Book of Revelation: the sun became black…and the moon became as blood (or red hot)… And the stars of heaven fell unto the earth… (by way of a ) mighty wind …and every mountain and island were moved out of their places. In Chapter eight: the trees was burnt up, and all green grass… the name of the star is Wormwood ….
Normal telescopes cannot see this star-planet, telescopes with infrared spectrum can. It has an eccentric orbit, it is red and dense, more like Saturn I’d think.
The United States has invested $2.2 trillion dollars to follow this Babylonian 12th Planet, with underground deep bunkers, that says something. In Babylonian slang, Nibiru is called Marduk, which is an ancient name for a monster demon, or Titan god. This planet passes Earth every 3,600-years.
If this giant Marduk demon planet is to bump into Earth, it would surely physically move, and shift the poles, as perhaps it has done in the past. Just passing the planet with its core and magnetism would displace Earth’s crust, which is perhaps twenty-five miles thick.
Ancient History tells us of a Sumerian myth, of beings, strange beings whom are identified with this planet. One might call them old Earth gods, or angelic renegades, or aliens of a higher order (the Annunaki)
Last time Nibiru passed earth was 556 B.C., and astrological measuring, says it may pass again in 2090 or 2370. Big and wild guesses, I know it doesn’t fit into the data I gave you, but there is a reason for this. Should we go to the South Pole, check out its telescope (SPT), a trajectory, or new route, the planet has taken a new road: what does this mean? No one will say, although to my understanding we have gotten some Hubble imagery of this new route. So should we be worried or not? I’m an old man, I’m not worried, but for you younger folks, I’d pester the government to shake out the rug; or perhaps you don’t want to be in the same bunker with them.
#1172/Oct 7, 2016