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OMG!!! UPDATE I GOT IT...Was that the full moon in front of the sun this morning? Nibiru? East Coast amazing NEW:PICS on 12/12/12
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[quote:Love&Peace2012:MV8yMDY0Nzk0XzM0NzUxMTI3X0I5QjQyOUU0] Here are some more pics that some other people took. [link to www.examiner.com] I will be watching again tomorrow to see if I spot it again. It was an amazing thing to see. I hope you all go out and try to see if for yourself. You don't have to take my word for it. [/quote]
I'm in the philadelphia area. This morning I was crossing a bridge facing east and I saw the most amazing thing. It looked like a BIG full moon in front of the sun. But I don't think the moon is suppose to be rising at around 8:00 AM.
So, what the heck was that? Did anybody see it? I was amazed.
I took pics but it didn't show up properly on my phone.
I was still watching it when I got to work, and it disappeared when the sun got a bit higher/brighter in the sky around 8:25.
Help me out GLPr's. What the heck was it?????
UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE>>>>>>>>
Ok, I was going to lunch around 1:00 today and looked up in the sky and there is was again.......THIS TIME I GOT BETTER PICS.
Check out the the 6 pics, and feel free to analyze them yourself.
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