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Planet Niburu

 
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I look up at the sky a lot. sometimes I wish on the first star I see but is it really a star? Could it be a planet?

It probally is a planet but which one?

If you educate yourself with astronamy what is the first star that shines at night but is really a planet. Do you think we can see planet Niburu from just sighting it and mistaking it as a star?

I even see this huge planet looking star move sometimes. It's odd to see it just orbit around very slowly.
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it's not a satilite. I see those and this is much bigger. It looks like a huge star and so my asumption is it's a planet.
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The laws of planetary motion tell us that if an object were to be at the Earth's orbit just four years from now, it would already be inside the orbit of Saturn and hence easily detected by professional and amateur astronomers all over the world.
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Question authority every time. Ask them how that makes them feel. Ask them why? Ask them when you have an opinion with your opinion and question them with that! There is no being with ALL THE answers accept for God. Even still question. But trust if it's all good and loving then follow with your full heart believing. For the light will always be the light. It makes me a believer.
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If it exists (we can't say for sure yet, right?) then sure it could be.

After all, look at how often Nasa / Science changes their minds. ; ) Science = what we see in now, even if unexplainable. It's nothing more than opinion and a few tests.

Everyone is a scientist, some are better than others aye.




I look up at the sky a lot. sometimes I wish on the first star I see but is it really a star? Could it be a planet?

It probally is a planet but which one?

If you educate yourself with astronamy what is the first star that shines at night but is really a planet. Do you think we can see planet Niburu from just sighting it and mistaking it as a star?

I even see this huge planet looking star move sometimes. It's odd to see it just orbit around very slowly.
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The laws of planetary motion tell us that if an object were to be at the Earth's orbit just four years from now, it would already be inside the orbit of Saturn and hence easily detected by professional and amateur astronomers all over the world.



oh! is that what nasa tells you? great! Now that the truth is said... Hhm! I have this feeling it's been in our solar system all along. I wonder though how it moves and why it's so clear to see by me but other people just don't report it.
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I know a little about Nibiru, enough to distinguish the real Babylonian deity from the crazy stuff posted on the web, much of which can be traced to the science fiction books by Zecharia Sitchin such as "The 12th Planet". Nibiru is a minor character in the Babylonian creation poem Enuma Elish as recorded in the library of Assurbanipal, King of Assyria (668-627 BCE). Sumer flourished much earlier, from about the 23rd century to the 17th century BCE. The claims that Nibiru is a planet and was known to the Sumerians are contradicted by scholars (unlike Sitchin) who actually study and translate the written records of ancient Mesopotamia. As to the idea that Nibiru is a planet orbiting a "dark star" that is a companion to the Sun, note that there is no such thing as a dark star. By definition, a star is a self-luminous object

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I believe that is Venus.
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Question authority every time. Ask them how that makes them feel. Ask them why? Ask them when you have an opinion with your opinion and question them with that! There is no being with ALL THE answers accept for God. Even still question. But trust if it's all good and loving then follow with your full heart believing. For the light will always be the light. It makes me a believer.
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In the summer it will be visible.. i think. Its close to orion...
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Question authority every time. Ask them how that makes them feel. Ask them why? Ask them when you have an opinion with your opinion and question them with that! There is no being with ALL THE answers accept for God. Even still question. But trust if it's all good and loving then follow with your full heart believing. For the light will always be the light. It makes me a believer.
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I believe that is Venus.
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Venus has become brighter and brighter (or closer, or both) in the last 7-10 years. It's all over this site, many recognize this.
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I believe that is Venus.




Venus has become brighter and brighter (or closer, or both) in the last 7-10 years. It's all over this site, many recognize this.
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I believe that planet niburu has. Prove it? Anyone with a nice exspensive million dollar scope can prove there's life on these planets.
Question authority every time. Ask them how that makes them feel. Ask them why? Ask them when you have an opinion with your opinion and question them with that! There is no being with ALL THE answers accept for God. Even still question. But trust if it's all good and loving then follow with your full heart believing. For the light will always be the light. It makes me a believer.
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I have a $75 dollar scope and a $300 dollar scope. I can see 22 million miles away with my $300 set, and around 1-3 with my $75. I can see the rings on Saturn even.

I'm saving up for a dmi that allows me to take pictures in RGB, and also allows control of the scope via computer. Something to keep in mind. IF a planet had life as ours and the atmosphere because crap, they would be living in underground cities. (domes on planets?)







I believe that is Venus.




Venus has become brighter and brighter (or closer, or both) in the last 7-10 years. It's all over this site, many recognize this.



I believe that planet niburu has. Prove it? Anyone with a nice exspensive million dollar scope can prove there's life on these planets.
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I have a $75 dollar scope and a $300 dollar scope. I can see 22 million miles away with my $300 set, and around 1-3 with my $75. I can see the rings on Saturn even.

I'm saving up for a dmi that allows me to take pictures in RGB, and also allows control of the scope via computer. Something to keep in mind. IF a planet had life as ours and the atmosphere because crap, they would be living in underground cities. (domes on planets?)










I believe that is Venus.




Venus has become brighter and brighter (or closer, or both) in the last 7-10 years. It's all over this site, many recognize this.



I believe that planet niburu has. Prove it? Anyone with a nice exspensive million dollar scope can prove there's life on these planets.

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Are you saying that those planets have beings but they duck under the ground cause the beings have created a destructive atmoshere condition that isnt healthy to sustain on the ground? I think you should keep looking and search for mars then. I don't think the apes have the intelligence level to do that just yet...
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Question authority every time. Ask them how that makes them feel. Ask them why? Ask them when you have an opinion with your opinion and question them with that! There is no being with ALL THE answers accept for God. Even still question. But trust if it's all good and loving then follow with your full heart believing. For the light will always be the light. It makes me a believer.
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The laws of planetary motion tell us that if an object were to be at the Earth's orbit just four years from now, it would already be inside the orbit
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Laws of planetary motion? Who made them? Oh please.
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The laws of planetary motion tell us that if an object were to be at the Earth's orbit just four years from now, it would already be inside the orbit

Laws of planetary motion? Who made them? Oh please.


Nature.
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True. But can you define them, anyone?
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The laws of planetary motion tell us that if an object were to be at the Earth's orbit just four years from now, it would already be inside the orbit

Laws of planetary motion? Who made them? Oh please.


Nature.

True. But can you define them, anyone?
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I don't know but you might want to ask some guy named Kelper.
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kelper says it's relatively simple. So in your face!
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someone posted the coordinates on Google Sky to where you can see it (or something like it). I'll see if I can find it and post it......
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kelper says it's relatively simple. So in your face!
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Kelper... the guy who discovered kelp?
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here it is...

[link to www.google.com]
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The laws of planetary motion tell us that if an object were to be at the Earth's orbit just four years from now, it would already be inside the orbit of Saturn and hence easily detected by professional and amateur astronomers all over the world.



oh! is that what nasa tells you?
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no, this is not what nasa tells us, but a proven law centuries older then nasa. educate yourself, a mind is a terrible thing to waste.
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kelper says it's relatively simple. So in your face!
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Hmmm. Does this kelper have a link?
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I'm a simple woman. I just typed stuff in a search bar and got this:

[link to www.google.com]
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I'm a sinple woman. I just typed stuff in a search bar and got this:

[link to www.google.com]
 Quoting: Eve_4000Bc


Kepler, not kelper. People would take you more seriously if you took the time to correct your spelling. You do seem to have an interesting set of knowledge.
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I look up at the sky a lot. sometimes I wish on the first star I see but is it really a star? Could it be a planet?

It probally is a planet but which one?
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Venus
"Anger is a wind that blows out the lamp of your mind"
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I look up at the sky a lot. sometimes I wish on the first star I see but is it really a star? Could it be a planet?

It probally is a planet but which one?


Venus
 Quoting: Prof_Rabbit



It's not Venus. Niburu rotates. It's odd I have this theory but I can feel other beings thoughts. I even tried to sing to them walking around out in the country around my house as a child. They were watching me and I tried to talk to them and sing. Out in the valley the night sky is clear. I could defineatley see a planet not a star but as a kid thought it was a star following me. I would sing when I got scared too. i was so young. I don't think it's Venus.
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it's not a satilite. I see those and this is much bigger. It looks like a huge star and so my asumption is it's a planet.
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If I knew where the Nibiru stucks I would drag him here by his cock.
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it's not a satilite. I see those and this is much bigger. It looks like a huge star and so my asumption is it's a planet.


If I knew where the Nibiru stucks I would drag him here by his cock.
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You're so crazy that you are funny. Niburu is a planet. Whose cock are you referring too? lol

Well if it's a cock your going to pull and drag a guy I'm with yah. Got to show em whose boss... lol
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