Archive for September, 2017

Signs No. 16 – A Possible Fix on Nemesis?

Signs No. 16 – A Possible Fix on Nemesis?

| September 21, 2017

In this 16th installment in this series, we’re going to take a look at the significant trends with the two datasets we routinely track, earthquakes of all magnitudes and fireballs. We are also going to use four observations reported on our website to present a possible fix on the current location of the Nemesis brown […]

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September 23 Possibilities – Is This A Great Sign? – An Informal Conversation of Planet X Researchers

September 23 Possibilities – Is This A Great Sign? – An Informal Conversation of Planet X Researchers

| September 18, 2017

This video is a direct zoom capture of an interview I had with Planet X researcher Dan Dean. We’ve collaborated on various research efforts for over a decade, and his work on the Bible in conjunction with many other ancient wisdom texts gives Dan a unique historical view of the past and the future. Originally, […]

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Planet X Nibiru Has Arrived

Planet X Nibiru Has Arrived

| September 17, 2017

Over the course of three consecutive days, the 8th, 9th, and 10th of September 2017, Amber Williamson of Clarksburg, West Virginia videographed Nibiru at the sun’s 11 o’clock position relative to the horizon. Her observations with an iPhone 7 smartphone were conducted near sunset on each of the three days. In the four videos shown […]

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Is There a Houston in Your Future?

Is There a Houston in Your Future?

| September 2, 2017

Hurricane Harvey is the worst storm to hit the Gulf Coast since Hurricane Katrina. Why didn’t the City of Houston order evacuations before the storm, which left over 30% of the city under water? Perhaps the National Weather Service said it best, “This event is unprecedented and all impacts are unknown and beyond anything experienced.” […]

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