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What is the Great Perturber of our planets?

 
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What is the Great Perturber of our planets?
Planet x, Nibiru, the local fluff cloud, galactic center?
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Re: What is the Great Perturber of our planets?
Well if no one wants to chime in Ill be the first.

Its Nibiru as Planet X, known as the planet of crossing. Feast your eyes on this shot:

[link to www.constellation-guide.com]

Thats just a bit spooky to me. Gets even spookier when you realize this star is named Arcturus and can be seen in our night sky. But is in fact nibiru.

Thread: Nibiru is here

Its travelling towards us, it is part of the stream of stars that are travelling 90 degrees perpendicular through our galaxy as we are nearly cutting through the middle at 63 degrees to the galaxy, it is encompassed by its own plasma energy cloud or ribbon, fluffy, it has ignited our sun furiously with its approaching energies, it carries with it warning comets such as ison, elenin, halebopp, and haleys, and is closer to us than they care to admit.

And of course it has given us our biggest meteor shower to date, made pluto flown off the hook, and perturbed the rest of our outer planets but all as well.

When you see all these signs approaching, know the day is near.
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Re: What is the Great Perturber of our planets?
Your mom is the Great Perturber of my crotch...
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Re: What is the Great Perturber of our planets?
Saturn inquisitio
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Re: What is the Great Perturber of our planets?
Saturn inquisitio
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 49866041


I doubt it. There are triple star systems that exist, although not as common as binary. Our sun shares its rotation around the barrycenter of jupiter and saturn plus the rest of the outer giants.
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09/30/2017 05:29 PM
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Re: What is the Great Perturber of our planets?
There was a thread posted yesterday that talked about how our crust can come loose from the mantle and cores of the planet.

It would all of a sudden stop. But our atmosphere would still be moving.

So one day; out of nowhere; we'll all be shot at around 1000 mph in an easterly direction.

Who needs a rogue planet when our own planet is more than capable of destroying everyone and everything on the surface?
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Re: What is the Great Perturber of our planets?
There was a thread posted yesterday that talked about how our crust can come loose from the mantle and cores of the planet.

It would all of a sudden stop. But our atmosphere would still be moving.

So one day; out of nowhere; we'll all be shot at around 1000 mph in an easterly direction.

Who needs a rogue planet when our own planet is more than capable of destroying everyone and everything on the surface?
 Quoting: SocialEnigma 70522087


Not when its so tightly wound in a magnetic toroidal loop. Weve ejected from our path around saturn once our original star and captured by sol and this while remaing intact as a planet at least.





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