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Bill

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Re: Legitimate sighting/tracking of Nibiru using Stellarium or a hoax?
« Reply #15 on: December 23, 2010, 06:04:28 PM »
Thanks Susan, just about everyone I know has a cold. I take zicam, so far I haven't gotten sick. Keeping fingers crossed

noproblemo2

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Re: Legitimate sighting/tracking of Nibiru using Stellarium or a hoax?
« Reply #16 on: December 23, 2010, 06:05:59 PM »
Thanks Susan, just about everyone I know has a cold. I take zicam, so far I haven't gotten sick. Keeping fingers crossed
Don't forget some vitamin c too !!!!!

Road Warrior

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Re: Legitimate sighting/tracking of Nibiru using Stellarium or a hoax?
« Reply #17 on: December 23, 2010, 06:09:52 PM »
vitamin D and you every get a cold again ..our whole family tosses back 10,000 a day and haven't had a cold or the flu for over 3 years

Bill

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Re: Legitimate sighting/tracking of Nibiru using Stellarium or a hoax?
« Reply #18 on: December 23, 2010, 06:13:18 PM »
D is one of the 10 that I take , but I think I'm only doing about 1500.

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Re: Legitimate sighting/tracking of Nibiru using Stellarium or a hoax?
« Reply #19 on: December 23, 2010, 09:11:59 PM »
I've forwarded the clock of Stellarium and it seems my best time to have a look for Nibiru will be about 10pm in my part of the world (about 6 hours from now).  If these coordinates are genuine the tricky thing is not knowing how bright Nibiru will be.  I also have a telescope and will be using that.

noproblemo2

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Re: Legitimate sighting/tracking of Nibiru using Stellarium or a hoax?
« Reply #20 on: December 23, 2010, 10:01:21 PM »
Good, will be waiting on your findings...

Yowbarb

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Re: Legitimate sighting/tracking of Nibiru using Stellarium or a hoax?
« Reply #21 on: December 24, 2010, 03:43:34 AM »
Hello,

Long time watcher and first time poster.

I spotted the following youtube video complete with instructions on how to use Stellarium to track Nibiru.  I promptly downloaded Stellarium and followed the instructions but they didn't work.

Judging by the comments by the author (and by watching the video), the author first notified people of this on Dec 1, 2010 (quite recently).  The comments section in Youtube seemed to indicate that possibly one other person followed the author's instructions successfully.

The fact that I could not get the instructions to work has made me think that one of the following applies:

1) I mucked up when following the instructions.
2) The whole article is a fake.
3) Maybe Stellarium has been altered since the author made this discovery so that following his instructions no longer works.

This is the link to the youtube article.  I would be interested if anybody else has seen this or tried this and what they come up with.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zgvNB_A5OGY&feature=player_embedded

Wormwood welcome to the town hall!
Thank you for the ideas on locating Nibiru - and the video.
I just came here to post that I saw "the same object," just east of SW high in the sky 6 AM.
If it is Venus it doesn't appear to be dimishing yet. Supposed to peak the 23rd. Of course it was
only 0600 AM the 24th when I went out there
approx 28°5′2″N 82°45′14″/Palm Harabor - central west FL.

All The Best,
Yowbarb

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Re: Legitimate sighting/tracking of Nibiru using Stellarium or a hoax?
« Reply #22 on: December 24, 2010, 04:36:15 AM »
I just came here to post that I saw "the same object," just east of SW high in the sky 6 AM.
If it is Venus it doesn't appear to be dimishing yet. Supposed to peak the 23rd. Of course it was
only 0600 AM the 24th when I went out there
approx 28°5′2″N 82°45′14″/Palm Harabor - central west FL.

All The Best,
Yowbarb

I entered in the coordinates as close as I could to what you had and it did come up in Florida.  I wasn't Nibiru you spotted.  According to the settings in Stellarium, Nibiru is well below the horizon at the time you were looking at it.  It was probably Venus as that was showing up.

As far as my spotting adventure went it bombed out.  I live in the city and the city lights make things difficult, but the chemtrails were all over the sky tonight and I had no hope of really searching for anything.

I'll have to wait for another day, but it will have to be totally chem-trail free to be worth the effort (which is rare nowadays).

ASEEKERTOO

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Re: Legitimate sighting/tracking of Nibiru using Stellarium or a hoax?
« Reply #23 on: December 24, 2010, 06:38:22 AM »
I've got Version 10.6.1 of the Stellarium program. I tried editing the ssystem.ini file but could not resave it. It
gets to detailed to try and explain why I could not resave it so I won't.....

The data being entered in my opinion is setting up the Computer program with basic information on an 'Object'.
Once it is set up in the system.ini file the Stellarium program will track it from there based on the info. To test this
theory; make up you own object and change the numbers slightly in the various fields.
The numbers below are different from the nibiru numbers. see if it puts a new 'planet' in the program....


[Aseekertooplanet]
name = Aseekertooplanet
parent = Sun
radius = 29000
oblateness = 0.0
albedo = 0.6
lighting = true
halo = true
color = 1.0,0.64,0.50
tex_map = ariel.png
tex_halo = star16x16.png
coord_func = comet_orbit
orbit_Epoch = 430033.0
orbit_MeanAnomaly = 250.0
orbit_SemiMajorAxis = 204.111111
orbit_Eccentricity = 0.921700
orbit_ArgOfPericenter = 260.0
orbit_AscendingNode = 164.5
orbit_Inclination = -125.0
sidereal_period = 1300015.0

Once the above numbers are entered it will track an object that was inputed. Change the numbers and one could put
nibiru anywhere. However, Correct me if I am wrong. Try changing the numbers and stuff......
I tried but couldn't. Regards.
P.S.  Stellarium is an very good night sky program. Especially with the new version.

Yowbarb

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Re: Legitimate sighting/tracking of Nibiru using Stellarium or a hoax?
« Reply #24 on: December 24, 2010, 07:48:21 AM »
I just came here to post that I saw "the same object," just east of SW high in the sky 6 AM.
If it is Venus it doesn't appear to be dimishing yet. Supposed to peak the 23rd. Of course it was
only 0600 AM the 24th when I went out there
approx 28°5′2″N 82°45′14″/Palm Harabor - central west FL.

All The Best,
Yowbarb

I entered in the coordinates as close as I could to what you had and it did come up in Florida.  I wasn't Nibiru you spotted.  According to the settings in Stellarium, Nibiru is well below the horizon at the time you were looking at it.  It was probably Venus as that was showing up.

As far as my spotting adventure went it bombed out.  I live in the city and the city lights make things difficult, but the chemtrails were all over the sky tonight and I had no hope of really searching for anything.

I'll have to wait for another day, but it will have to be totally chem-trail free to be worth the effort (which is rare nowadays).

Wormwood thanks just saw your post!
So it looks like it is Venus I have been seeing. !
Will forward the topic link to Ed...
Many folks busy with holidays but you will get some feedback,
Yowbarb

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Re: Legitimate sighting/tracking of Nibiru using Stellarium or a hoax?
« Reply #25 on: December 24, 2010, 10:08:52 AM »
I will look into this; I don't have much time today, but maybe later, this evening.  ed

Lori

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Re: Legitimate sighting/tracking of Nibiru using Stellarium or a hoax?
« Reply #26 on: December 24, 2010, 10:43:11 AM »
I just came here to post that I saw "the same object," just east of SW high in the sky 6 AM.
If it is Venus it doesn't appear to be dimishing yet. Supposed to peak the 23rd. Of course it was
only 0600 AM the 24th when I went out there
approx 28°5′2″N 82°45′14″/Palm Harabor - central west FL.

All The Best,
Yowbarb

I entered in the coordinates as close as I could to what you had and it did come up in Florida.  I wasn't Nibiru you spotted.  According to the settings in Stellarium, Nibiru is well below the horizon at the time you were looking at it.  It was probably Venus as that was showing up.

As far as my spotting adventure went it bombed out.  I live in the city and the city lights make things difficult, but the chemtrails were all over the sky tonight and I had no hope of really searching for anything.

I'll have to wait for another day, but it will have to be totally chem-trail free to be worth the effort (which is rare nowadays).

Wormwood thanks just saw your post!
So it looks like it is Venus I have been seeing. !
Will forward the topic link to Ed...
Many folks busy with holidays but you will get some feedback,
Yowbarb


Last night I saw a bright star That I thought was Venus to our west.  As long as I've known Venus had been in that spot.  It was white like Venus.  It could have been Jupiter.  Not Positive.   I saw the star Barbs been seeing for the first time last week.  I was up early enough to see it.  Its above our trees To the South/East of our back door.

ASEEKERTOO

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Re: Legitimate sighting/tracking of Nibiru using Stellarium or a hoax?
« Reply #27 on: December 25, 2010, 01:57:00 PM »
I finally found a way to modify the ssystem.ini file in the stellarium
program to insert the data update for Nibiru. Even though I have
administrative authority for deleting programs in windows; stellarium
would not let me modify it. But. problem solved.

Some interesting info concerning the data inputted into
the stellarium program for Nibiru now that I can see what is
going on..................

But first something about the AZ/ALT data field.
AZ is Azmuth. That is the compass point. AZ 180 is due south.
AZ 90 is due east. AZ 00 or 360 is due north. AZ 270 is due west.
ALT is Altitude from the horizon. Alt 90 is Straight up and above
you. Alt 45 is a 45 degree angle from the horizon.

Of course, 1 AU is the average distance from the earth to the sun.

Magnitude is how bright an object appears. A positive number is
dimmer in brightness. A value of 1 is not bright; a value of 2 is
even less bright and a value of 3 is.... you get the drift.
A value of less than 0 like -1 is bright; a value of -2 is even
brighter. et cetera.

So: on December 25th, 2010 at 8pm CST planet 'nibiru' is
AZ 180     Alt  55    and at a distance of 6.89 au it Magnitude
is 1.34.

Based on the data for nibiru[?] its furtherest distance away from the
sun would be this date and time:

218AD     June 12th  at 10:19:50 pm CST.
AZ  287    Alt  54'58  or slightly north of due west 54 degrees up from
the horizon..... with a Magnitude of 19.50.  i.e. Invisible....

Its closest approach is
Sept. 6th, 2012 at 7:39:0 pm CST.
AZ   84  Alt  43     or just north of due east and 43 degrees up from the
horizon. Its distance will be 1.4586 AU
Its magnitude will be  -4.51  or about as bright as the planet
of Venus.  The apparent diameter for the Moon is 29 53.2   ; the
apparent diameter for nibiru will be about 00 45.4................ not
very big in terms of size.........

Finally, based on the inputted info: on December 25th, 3 BC at 8pm CST
it was located AZ  126   Alt  28   and a distance of 462.9 AU from the
sun. with a magnitude 19.46.

August 24th, 2011 it enters the negative range of the Brightness scale at
-0.01

Just some interesting tidbits of the data that was inputted into the stellarium
Skyviewing engine. We'll find out soon enough if the data is 'Ghost' data. :)
Hope all had a very nice Christmas Day ! David



« Last Edit: December 25, 2010, 08:54:40 PM by ASEEKERTOO »

ASEEKERTOO

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Re: Legitimate sighting/tracking of Nibiru using Stellarium or a hoax?
« Reply #28 on: December 25, 2010, 02:24:33 PM »
Once question I had about the data put into the stellarium program for nibiru is Where
do I have to be to see Nibiru directly overhead or an ALT of 89.59. It would be
Papua New Guinea.  That location is based on dec. 25,2010 at 4:30pm CST. It'll
change as time goes on; but, interesting......... I'm thinking that if it is directly overhead for
my view then it could be thought of as an 'Incoming View' or straight at me. I'd have to be
in the South Pacific for that view. :)



noproblemo2

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Re: Legitimate sighting/tracking of Nibiru using Stellarium or a hoax?
« Reply #29 on: December 25, 2010, 02:27:11 PM »
David, Thank you so much for all the work and efforts you've put into this....

 

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