Planet X and the pole shift … and some nasty little trolls
By Staff Writer David “Doomsday Dave” Hines (bio and articles / forum)
Over the past few years there have been many skeptics, whether government trolls or just ordinary readers. I can understand the government trolls visiting this site so they can cast doubt that Planet X even exists, but I am baffled as to why those ordinary people who don’t believe in Planet X visit this site. It thought this about.com article was quite comprehensive on the existence of Planet X, but don’t take my word for it; just look at what is happening on our planet. These days things are not normal; just take a look at the weather, for example; it is definitely beyond the norm. None of the mainstream media have gathered all the strange events around the world and offered up an explanation for everything that is going on; boy, there’s a surprise.
I see that in the comments section some people are getting heated up, but I hope we keep it civil and as a moderator I will monitor these discussions. In some cases it is better to ignore some of the comments; otherwise, you will just fuel the fire. The main reason for a comment section is to have a good debate on the topics posted and it is not meant for a slinging match or to berate anyone, so please abide by the rules and act as gentlemen, not bratty teenagers. Thanks.
This next clip apparently was taken with an infrared X-ray telescope. I’m not sure of the validity but thought you might be interested in seeing it.
I thought this video of Planet X was quite convincing, but you be the judge. There are more Planet X videos out there than ever, but I wonder when everyone will get to see it in the sky. It has been posted by some on the Web that the end of this month is when we can all see it with the naked eye but I am not so sure.
The image below shows the lineup of the planets accompanying Nibiru (sent in by Adam Watkins).
This image below was also sent in by Adam Watkins; it depicts a large body surrounded by what looks like moons. I don’t think that with all kinds of sightings there definitely has to be some that are genuine which means we should expect Planet X at some point in the near future.
What are the odds that there are aliens? Just take a look at this small shot of the heavens, then you decide. But make sure you scroll down to see the mass of stars just in that small area of the universe; it is quite breathtaking.
I personally think it is like on Star Trek or Star Wars where there are many different types of aliens but many far more advanced like we are. Could you just imagine how fantastic it would be to explore all of that space? You might even learn how all of this got started. It just shows how insignificant we are in the scheme of things, how small we are lost in the maze of all those stars. It makes me wonder if we could be discovered by another race, but I think that we have, especially as we sent out a signal telling them where we are. Now that may have been a smart move or a dumb one, not sure which but time will tell, I guess.
Blue clouds over the Antarctic; quite the sight from space.
Southern Ontario, Canada
Today on the news I guess our good weather is now turning bad. We are getting the storm that Texas just got hit with. I just hope we don’t get the tornadoes. Where the heck is this pole shift so we can have warmer weather?
Stay safe. DDD signing off. Better get the snowblower ready; we are in for a rough one.
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