Nibiru is Inside Earth’s Orbit

| August 5, 2017

Nibiru is Inside Earth's OrbitOver the years I have posted articles and videos featuring observation images submitted to me by different people, all of whom have been strangers to me and so I am naturally picky about the ones I do publish.

However, for the first time, a woman I have known for several years and who is a loyal supporter (and who prefers to remain anonymous) submitted a stunning observation image.

Taken on July 26, 2017, near sunset in a location Northwest of Eureka, Montana near the border with Canada, it offers an excellent high-resolution image of Nibiru.

Nibiru MT Observation

Nibiru MT Observation Gamma Analysis

When I first analyzed this image, I checked with the sky programs to see if there were any other known objects in the field of view. Starry Night, showed the planet Mars in the field of view and in the same area as the object of interest.

Nibiru MT Observation Starry Night Location

So the question becomes for those who would debunk her photograph as showing Mars and not Nibiru, does this stand to reason? The answer is no because it is impossible for Mars to be as bright as the object of interest in this July 26, 2017, image for reasons best stated by the prestigious astronomy site,, January 16, 2017
2017 is a lousy year for Mars, but wait!

Throughout 2017, Mars will appear as a faint and inconspicuous reddish star in our sky. But wait until 2018, when Mars will come closer to Earth than it has since 2003.

Mars is now a faint light in the sky – near a very bright light, Venus – in the west after sunset.

Throughout 2017 – and in all years lacking a Mars opposition – Mars appears faint in Earth’s sky. In non-opposition years like the current year, Mars lies far across the solar system from Earth, at times hidden from our view by the sun itself.

Bottom line: Mars is bright when it and Earth are on the same side of the sun. It’s faint when it and Earth are on opposite sides of the sun. 2017 is one of the off-years, and Mars will be faint in our sky throughout this year. But, in 2018, we’ll have a grand view of Mars … best since 2003!

The key statement in this is, “Mars is now a faint light in the sky – near a very bright light, Venus – in the west after sunset.” In other words, during 2017, as Mars is in conjunction (on the opposite side of the sun from Earth), it will be very faint in the sky relative to Venus.

A Superior Conjunction to Earth

However, the most telling statement about the visibility of Mars on July 26, 2017, comes from the Montréal, Space for Life Foundation Planetarium in Montréal, Canada.

Nibiru MT Observation and Mars

What the Montréal, Space for Life Foundation Planetarium is telling us, is that Mars was not a faintly visible object on July 26, 2017, but rather, it could not be observed at all.

This takes us to the next step of the analysis, which begins with the logical question, what do we see here?

What this July 26, 2017, observation photograph shows is is that the planet Nibiru is in a superior conjunction to Earth. In layman’s terms, this means that Nibiru is in presently on the opposite side of the sun and inside Earth’s orbit.

Furthermore, it is also plausible that Nibiru could be even closer than that. In other words, it Inside the orbit of Venus or perhaps even Mercury.

For this reason, it is imperative that those who can observe the coming August 21, 2017, solar eclipse from a viewing location along the path of totality, attempt to image the Planet X system during this event.

Viewing the August 21 Solar Eclipse

There is a tremendous amount of interest in the coming total eclipse of the sun on August 21, 2017, as this eclipse could prove to be a watershed event for those who follow the topic of Planet X.

Below is a graphic animation of the best way to observe this eclipse with a digital camera or smart phone and to capture one or more objects in the Planet X system.

August 21, 2017 Eclipse Viewing Planet X Viewing Guide

For those who are capable of observing the eclipse from the path of totality, this quick scan technique takes approximately 15 seconds and will provide the widest possible field-of-view for Planet X system observation.

It is not important that planet X is observed during the eclipse because as was mentioned before, that may not be possible due to the need for eye protection. However, if something is there, a digital camera will capture it and especially those in the current generation of high-resolution Smartphones. These captures can then be image processed afterward.

Why Doesn’t Everyone See Planet X

During the August 21 solar eclipse, People may see objects in the Planet X system or not. If not, then the failure to observe an object approves only one thing. That you have failed to observe the object. This assumes you are looking in the first place.

I’m often asked, why doesn’t everyone see Planet X.  While I explain the various technical reasons, in all honesty, the biggest reason why everyone does not see Planet X is that they do not want to see Planet X.

Case in point is geo-engineering chemtrail spraying. Every day squadrons of commercial jets, apply the skies above us spraying us with a witches brew of toxic chemicals.

Chemtrail Spraying

How many people look up and ignorantly dismiss all of these as contrails. The fact is, the high-bypass turbofan engines used by fleets of modern jet airliners flown across the USA each day can only create contrails in specific environments such as those at the equator. Ergo, chemtrail denial persists because this ignorance is both willful and premeditated.

Then think about trying to explain geo-engineering chemtrail spraying to others Who look at you as though you have three eyes in your head. Think about it. How can you get people to Look at the facts if they refuse to look up to see what is happening in the skies over their heads each day?

Planet X Melancholia

The time is coming when a similar kind of blissful bubble of ignorance surrounding the topic of Planet X will burst like a child’s soap bubble. If so, it stands to reason that Nibiru will be a more prominent object in the sky by the end of this year. One which will be certain to get the attention of those who are presently unaware of its existence.

Melancholia (2011)

When this happens, many who follow the topic of Planet X often think about the sci-fi movie Melancholia (2011) as a harbinger of a greater awareness.

However, there will be a significant difference. The planet in Melancholia collides with the Earth, whereas Nibiru will pass overhead as the Planet X system (the Nemesis brown dwarf star and its satellites) arcs downward towards ecliptic where it will cross between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter as it descends back into the Southern skies.

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