In this article, I’d like to discuss photographic analysis of a couple of videos and still photographs. The photograph is that of one taken by a Glenn Vaughan, on April 11, 2015. It was taken at sunset while flying down the Pacific side of Central America.
Professor Vaughan produced a 20 megapixel RAW file with a Sony digital camera. He confirmed the report by sending it in for analysis. He took it through an aircraft window. An analysis of the metadata indicated it was taken at 240 dpi (high resolution) and the metadata further show the date, time and GPS coordinates. A Sony DSC-HX50V camera was used.
Using an analysis in Starry Night (Professional Version), the analyst in the video below did a field of view analysis. He determined Mercury is above (superior conjunction) with the sun. The object in the field of view is not Mercury. Mercury does not have “wings,” as does this object, and Mercury does not have the brightness or contrast of the unknown object.
The analyst also performed a Gamma test on a paint program. Gamma testing shows if an object is hot or cold. Hot objects generate their own light (like our sun). A lens flare would be a cold object, for example. They redirect light, but do not generate it.
He started with a Gamma of 1, reducing it by steps. At 0.10, the Gamma illustrates stark differences. At 0.01 all we have left are the hottest, brightest objects. He then reduced brightness to a value of -3 and contrast to +2. The hot objects fade in together, proving they are genuine.
Then he ran a luminance test to determine the intensity of the object and he determined it was behind the sun (not a reflection). There are wings on the object, which is clearly behind the sun.
This is, as he stated, “deeply disturbing.” The reason is that gas tails of comets follow the solar winds. They are not visible until the comet’s orbit is inside of Jupiter, at which point the luminosity of the sun makes the tails of the comet (or planet) visible.
The object (which is clearly Planet X by deductive logic and process of elimination) is therefore now between Mars and Jupiter! It is not in the “outer reaches” of the solar system. It can clearly be seen, especially from the southern hemisphere. As of April 2015, Nibiru is now close enough to the sun that the sun’s light is reflected in the tail, making it appearing like wings.
The object is interesting – she pans the sky and shows the object and then the moon. It’s clearly a planet visible just north of the sun.
Using Stellarium and knowing the known moon phases (comparing it to her video of the moon), you can go to the derived date and take away the atmosphere and ocean, and you can determine the relationship of the stars to the horizon.
Let’s first determine the date. If you follow the moon on charts, it is well below the horizon in all dates after September 26, 2015. Therefore, the video was taken earlier in September. September 2015 moon phases give us a comparable to the moon in the video. If you look at the moon phases diagram to the actual picture of the moon, it has to have been photographed on September 23, based on the phasing of the moon.
On that date, Mercury in Stellarium is very dim, somewhat above the horizon, and in a different location than the unknown object. All other planets are below the horizon; the video therefore plainly shows an unidentified planet of some magnitude, quite clearly. I can reach no other conclusion than this is a rare photo from this hemisphere of Planet X approaching us.