On September 8-10, 2020, several new videos were posted online by different accounts, in which people captured, as it seemed to them, Nibiru:
Unfortunately, the authors of such videos do not always indicate the exact time of recordings, which makes them difficult to be verified, however, will base them on the date of September 8 and see what the telescopes showed on that day.
The first service we will turn to for verification will be George Mason University, which kindly introduces the public to photographs of the Lasco C2 telescope:
As you can see, to the right of the Sun (from the point of view of an observer on Earth), a coronal mass ejection slightly illuminated a round object. Perhaps, of course, we have seen this, so let’s turn to another source – the CACTus software, which was created to track solar flares:
Unfortunately, all telescopes are controlled by officials, and the officials, as we know, are tricky – this is clearly seen from the videos that they post to the public. The frame rate is one frame per hour or so – that is, the frames are carefully selected and filtered to those that can be shown to the masses, and those that should not be shown in any case.
Fortunately, Mr. Planet X News, a nybirologist with twenty years of experience, has some kind of contacts with light adepts, and from time to time they leaked deleted frames to him. For example – frames for the same on September 8, time 12:24 or so:
Thus, it seems that there is now some kind of round object around the Sun, which makes a full revolution in aproximately 7 days. Therefore, one week it is seen to the right of the Sun, one week – to the left of the Sun. Therefore, everything seems to be clear. Nevertheless, both our readers and we, as honest researchers, have some questions.
The first question is, why can’t we see Nibiru? Why is it not seen by billions of people? Why is it only seen occasionally? The answer to this question is obvious:
This is already a secondary question and is not the subject of this material, so we turn to the second question – Kepler’s laws.
According to these laws, the planet under consideration, revolving around the star, moves not in a circle, but along an ellipse, in which two points are distinguished: perihelion is the point of the orbit closest to the Sun, and aphelion is the most distant point of the orbit.
If we consider celestial mechanics, it is completely incomprehensible: how can Nibiru be in a circular orbit if it should rotate in an ellipse? The planets do not change their orbits – this is the law of astronomy. If Nibiru changed its orbit to a circular one and is now wandering somewhere between the Sun and Mercury, then it will not be able to return to an elliptical orbit and leave the solar system. Meanwhile, according to the legends, the mystery planet must leave us for five hundred years. It’s a direct, insoluble paradox.
This kind of paradox can be resolved very simply if we assume that Nibiru is not just a planet, but a planet that has been turned into a spaceship. Once in a while, the Anunnaki visit the solar system – they slow down, descend from an elongated orbit to a circular one, fill their batteries from the sun, harvest on a farm, and then fly away on their own business – until the batteries are exhausted and the refrigerators run out of food. Then the cycle repeats.
In the light of these considerations, a third question arises: when will the Anunnaki bask in the sun enough and begin to harvest?