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More Planet X Images — SelfInformYourMind vs. NibiruShock2012
Part 1 — Video Analysis
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PUBLIC NOTICE: We are unable to contact the any of the informants and cannot cannot independently confirm this report. As compelling as these images are, any conclusions drawn from them must be viewed as speculative at this time.
On February 20, 2008, YouTube informant, NibiruShock2012 published the first leaked images of Planet X / Nibiru and sourced them from the South Pole Telescope (SPT) in Antarctica. We subsequently published First Planet X / Nibiru Images Leaked by an Anonymous South Pole Telescope (SPT) Informant.
Since then, these "unofficial" image leaks have been increasing. and between this initial release and two subsequent leaked image videos, NibiruShock2012's popularity on YouTube is impressive.
As of this publication date, his work has enjoyed 150,000 combined viewings. That's more than impressive. It is phenomenal, because it shows that NibiruShock2012 is connecting with the public at very visceral level.
Then things took an interesting turn on March 6, 2008, when yet another YouTube informant with the screen name SelfInformYourMind, released even more leaked Planet X / Nibiru images.
SelfInformYourMind Enters the Fray
Unlike NibiruShock2012, SelfInformYourMind's disclosure video have not enjoyed anywhere near the same popularity. It has only been viewed some 5,000 viewings since he posted it on March 6, 2008, and the result is obvious.
He is lagging far behind NibiruShock2012's 150,000 cumulative viewings — even though both of these well-meaning, YouTube informants are claiming that they're images are authentic. The result has been a battle of the disclosure images, and in a subsequent update to the about text of his first video, SelfInformYourMind states:
"My images still stand to reason they are real. NibiruShock2012's account has been hijacked from what I believe by a government agent attempting to close Nibiru related evidence down."
Then he also ads the following comment, which not only caught our attention but prompted this analysis.
"Believe what you want to believe, but something suspicious is going on here."
Keeping the viewership of these two well-intentioned YouTube informants in mind, one must ask the obvious questions. What is really at play here?
These questions a directly addressed in our 3-part analysis video and detailed analysis articles. We invite you to view our analysis videos and to read the analysis articles by Janice Manning, Jacco van der Worp, MSc and Benjamin Cropley. Then draw your own conclusions.
Planet X / Nibiru Leaked Images Analysis Video
This 3-part video series offers a detailed analysis of the leaked images of the Planet X / Nibiru by two different YouTube informants, with the screen names: NibiruShock2012 and SelfInformYourMind.
Part 1 of 3 — SelfInformYourMind vs. NibiruShock2012
In an update the About Text of his video, SelfInformYourMind says:"Believe what you want to believe, but something suspicious is going on here."
SelfInformYourMind is right! There is "something suspicious going on here," and a summary finding of that very thing is revealed in this first of three videos. The answer may surprise you.
Part 2 of 3 — Nibiru Crash Course
In an update to the About text of his video, SelfInformYourMind states: "My images still stand to reason they are real. NibiruShock2012's account has been hijacked from what I believe by a government agent attempting to close Nibiru related evidence down."
Once again, SelfInformYourMind is right when he says that " a government agent attempting to close Nibiru related evidence down." What he obviously doesn't understand is who is behind it and how they're doing it. In this second of three videos, these disinformation methods are discussed in detail.
Part 3 of 3 — Planet X Leaked Images
In the original about text provided with his video, SelfInformYourMind said "A recent user NibiruShock2012's photo's are similar to mine. I can tell you they are fully authentic and it is no hoax."
Yet in a subsequent update to the About text of his video, SelfInformYourMind removes his statement that NibiruShock2012'images are authentic, and then adds, "My images still stand to reason they are real."
In this third of three videos, you'll see a frame-by-frame analysis of key parts of SelfInformYourMind's video. This will be an eye opening experience, because as they say, "the proof is in the pudding." So whip up a tasty bowl of your favorite pudding, then sit back, watch all three videos and then read the analysis articles.
—Marshall Masters, Publisher