Is Nibiru Coming in 2012?


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NIBIRU - PLANET X Will a planet called Nibiru bring about the
end of the world on December 21, 2012?
Let's start by looking at where this idea of
the world being destroyed by a planet
came from. The stories being told about Nibiru
(sometimes called Planet-X) were first
spread by a man called Zecharia Sitchin.
Sitchin, who died on October 9, 2010, said
that he could understand the ancient
writings and drawings of the Sumerian people who lived a long, long time ago. Sitchin believed that the Sumerian people
spoke of a 12th planet in our solar system
and in 1976 he wrote a book called The
12th Planet. Sitchin got his total of twelve
(not 8 which is what we actually have)
because he says the Sumerians counted the sun and moon as planets and because
Sitchin also included Pluto as a planet. Plus
one more: Nibiru. But as the Sumerians did not have
telescops to know this information about
our solar system how did they find out?
Sitchen says it is because they were given
this knowledge by ancient aliens who
visited our planet a long time ago. He also says that these aliens (whom he calls
ancient astronauts - or space travellers)
created the Sumerian people! Here's a good question... if these aliens
were so smart that they could travel
between solar systems and maybe even
galaxies, and if they knew about a 12th
planet in our solar system, and they shared
this information with the Sumerians long ago, then how come they weren't smart
enough to know the difference between a
sun and a planet! We actually only have 8 planets in our solar
system (the sun and moon of course are
not planets so that brings Zecharia Sitchin’s
the total of 12 down to 10). Scientists no
longer consider Pluto a planet (which
brings the total down to 9). And, as we will see shortly, Nibiru doesn’t exist (which
brings the total down to 8 ). So that leaves:
Mercury (closest to the sun); Venus; Earth;
Mars; Jupiter; Saturn; Uranus and Neptune. Anyway, Sitchin believed that Nibiru had an
orbit around the sun that went way out
past Neptune at the edge of our solar
system. He believed that because its
elliptical orbit was so large, it only passed
near earth every 3,600 years…. An elliptical shape is a bit like an egg, not
exactly round. Sitchen believed that during
part of it's eliptical orbit or journey around
the sun, Nibiru would go way out past the
last planet in our solar system... then, it
would pass through the solar system coming close to the earth. Soooo, where did the idea that Nibiru
would arrive on December 21, 2012 come
from? It started when Zecharia Sitchin had
originally put forth the idea that Nibiru and
an alien race called the Anunnaki would
come back to earth sometime this century. Not long after Sitchin said this, Nancy Lieder
(who believed she was getting messages
from aliens) said that aliens had warned
her that the Earth was in danger from
Nibiru’s return around May 2003. Nothing
happened! The date was then changed to 2012. It’s wasn’t long after that that some
people suggested the Mayan long count
calendar ended on December 21, 2012
because the Mayans knew that Nibiru was
coming. [I personally believe that Nancy Lieder was
either influenced by, drugs, demons or was
mentally ill – she is in good company with
Terrance McKenna who predicted in 1992
that the end of the world would come at
precisely 6am on December 21, 2012. How did he know this? The message, he said,
came through the use of hallucinogenic
substances (drugs) such as LSD and magic
mushrooms!! He thought that the spores in
the mushrooms contained messages left by
aliens – yeah right!] Was Sitchin right or wrong? Is Nibiru
coming? Well, you can prove that for
yourself right now. If Nibiru was going to pass by so close to
the earth on December 21, 2012 that it
would either hit the earth or cause natural
disasters by its gravitational force, you
would be able to see it now! And you
wouldn’t need a telescope. Nibiru would be so close that you would practically be
able to poke your head outside the door of
your house and see Nibiru in the sky with
your naked eye, just like you can see the
moon. Could it be hiding behind the sun? Well,
yes, the sun would be big enough to hide a
planet. But if Nibiru was a moving planet
on an orbit as it is supposed to be, it would
have been seen well before it moved
behind the sun. It would also be moving at its fastest so it wouldn’t be behind the
sun for long. Thousands of people on
earth have telescopes that can see further
away than the sun so they would have
been able to see a sneaky planet travel
through our solar system and then hide behind the sun. No one has reported
seeing this happen because, it didn’t
happen! Nibiru can’t be seen because it
doesn’t exist. If scientists can see Pluto on the outer edge
of our solar system, they would not have
any problems seeing a planet that Sitchin
says is five times bigger than Pluto!
Especially if it is going to pass us by in a few
days. Nibiru is nonsense, a myth, false, fake, a hoax and completely untrue. Don’t
believe it. This means that if Nibiru doesn't
exist, then it's not going to be causing
catastrophic world wide destruction
through a pole shift, earthquake or other
natural disasters. Does all this mean that the earth will never
be under threat from anything big out
there in space? No! The following
prophecy needs to be taken seriously.
Obviously, it’s not from Nostradamus. The
prophecy says, “Immediately after the tribulation of those days shall the sun be
darkened, and the moon shall not give her
light, and the stars shall fall from heaven,
and the powers of the heavens shall be
shaken” (Matthew 24:29)
 

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