Dark Planet Of Death “Nibiru” About To Collide With Earth In 2012!
Not a conspiracy theory, but actual sightings from various space administrations worldwide, have come to light, the puzzling part, is why on earth NASA has been denying all knowledge for years and have kept it hidden from citizens for so long?
- Global Tsunamis
- Planet Of Crossing
- The Ruler Of The Cosmos
- The Year Of Doom Foretold By The Zetas
- We Shall Just Have To Wait And See
This Planet is already visible to the naked eye as I write this article. I call Nibiru a Dark Planet Of Death, since it has already totally obliterated a very large planet in its orbit through our solar system.
Nibiru is five times the size of our planet and astrophysicists agree, that a near pass of a few hundred kilometers, will destabilize the magnetic poles so critically, that it will bring about a global tsunami
Planet Of Crossing
NASA scientists have confirmed that the planet Nibiru will collide with Earth in July of 2012. Although the Nibiru collision with Earth in 2012 had been predicted for some time, astronomers, astrophysicists and cosmologists around our planet, have reached consensus, that Earth is set to collide with the planet Nibiru, currently lying just outside Pluto.
In Babylonian Astronomy, Nibiru translates to “Point of Transition” or “Planet of Crossing” i.e. river crossings or ferry-boats, a term of the highest ecliptic point, i.e. at the point of summer solstice, as well as its associated constellation. The establishment of the Nibiru point is described in tablet 5 of the Enuma Elish. Its symbolic sign was often that of a cross, or various winged discs. The location of the Sumerian culture was situated in the fertile lands between the Tigris and the Euphrates rivers, at the southern point of today’s Iraq.
The Ruler Of The Cosmos
At the highest point in the paths of the planets, Nibiru was situated, and was considered, the seat of the Summus Deus, who pastures the stars like sheep in Babylon, identified with Marduk. Alfred Jeremias identified this interpretation of Marduk as the ruler of the cosmos an early monotheist tendency in the Babylonian religion.
Natural disasters are accelerating at an exponential rate and astronomers believe that the rapidly approaching Nibiru is causing all of them here on Earth.
The creatures inhabiting Nibiru are considered closer to human beings than any other beings in our galaxy. Several extraterrestrial experts believe that the “gray” beings from Nibiru have visited Earth many times in the past and have combined their DNA with humans to create a more evolved life form.
The Year Of Doom Foretold By The Zetas
The first prediction that Nibiru would collide with earth came from a most unlikely source. Nancy Lieder, a Wisconsin woman, said that as a young girl she was contacted by Zetas, who are extraterrestrials, and who had set up a kind of communication device in her brain and were sending out messages to her, telling her about the approaching Nibiru collision.
Although she had predicted the year 2003 as the year of doom, it has since been linked with the year 2012 after the interpretations of the Sumerian and Mayan calendars. The astronaut writer Zecharia Sitchin recorded his interpretation as indicating, that a certain planet crosses Earth once in 3,600 years and in so doing, presents an opportunity for the Annunaki (the inhabitants of Nibiru) to interact with the humans.
We Shall Just Have To Wait And See
NASA denies all knowledge of Nibiru’s existence and is publicly denying anything about an imminent collision with a planet. Several sources inside NASA have however confirmed the projected collision date as being July 21, 2012.
While the world has seen many such claims of doom come and go, many believe that the Nibiru collision fits in too well with the Mayan prophecy of an apocalypse in 2012.
Come July, we shall all just have to see…
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