Planet X / Nibiru deniers and my near-death experience August 2, 2016 · David Hines,
By Staff Writer David “Doomsday Dave” Hines bio and articles / forum
There are a lot of comments that Planet X / Nibiru does not exist and I for one hope that this is the case but I have my doubts. I wonder why these people feel compelled to visit sites like PlanetXnews.com to post comments and try to cast doubt in the minds of people who truly believe in the existence of Planet X. I believe that even if Planet X does not show, some sort of catastrophic event is pending, whether it be a massive earthquake or volcanoes, so there is nothing wrong in being prepared.
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It is easy to explain away what is happening around the world and I wonder why people absolutely deny the existence of any new planet out there such as Planet X. It seems these people are investing a lot of their time to debunk the theory of Planet X and it makes me wonder why because if I did not believe in Planet X I would not waste my time trying to convince people of it. If they believe the governments of the world and the scientific community, then they have truly been assimilated into the brainwashing of our society. I cannot say with 100% certainty that Planet X exists because I have not witnessed it myself firsthand, but there seem to be many signs supporting the theory.
One guy had commented that a gag order could not be imposed on all the professional and amateur astronomers around the world. He is correct but my argument is that there are only a select few who have the infrared capabilities to observe Planet X, so it would be easy to silence them on reporting their findings. I know for a fact that the planets in our solar system are acting strangely and those facts are a matter of record; even the moon is dancing around and rotating.
Maybe those who doubt the existence of Planet X can offer up an explanation on what force could be causing all this turbulence in our universe. Please don’t tell me that this is natural because it is not.
Something out there is creating this activity and I would assume it is something very powerful, like the saying goes, “For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.” How easy it is for those who comment that everything is OK and all I can say is thanks for your comment but I challenge you to come up with a solid scientific explanation with concrete facts to back up any further statements.
Do you trust your government to tell you the truth?
Why has NASA sent so many probes in the direction that Planet X is supposed to be coming from?
Why are we having extreme weather conditions worldwide?
Why are there so many dormant volcanoes coming to life?
Why is there a massive increase in earthquakes over 6.0?
Why have sinkholes increased so much? I can go on and on, so please don’t tell me this is global warming.
My near-death experience
I want to share this personal experience, just as a warning to you and your kids as this scared the hell out of me.
My wife and I went on vacation on the July 4th weekend and on the second day I was not feeling very well and did not realize I was in the early stages of pneumonia, but being a trooper I was not going to let being somewhat sick ruin my vacation. I was out body surfing the big waves in the ocean, being a kid again, but I was only in the ocean waist-deep; there were only a few people in the ocean in the afternoon.
The waves were about three to four feet high but suddenly my feet were swept from under me and I got caught in a strong undercurrent that took me farther out to sea than I was comfortable with. I could not touch bottom and the current was taking me out farther, about 40 feet from shore. I struggled to swim back to shore but being older I did not have the strength I used to have when I was younger.
While I was swimming, I felt my strength leaving me and my left leg began to cramp. Now I knew I was in big trouble. My arms were getting weaker and I had swallowed some sea water, as it was rough out there. I was struggling swimming with only my arms, trying to keep my head above water and telling myself not to panic. Many thoughts raced through my mind, such as how was my wife going to get me home in a body bag? And I was thinking, is this the way I am going to go?
The feeling of helplessness was horrific. I thought of just inhaling the water quickly to get it over with. I was about ready to succumb to the ocean.
When I was first swept out that far, there was no one around and then I looked to my right and about 10 feet away from me there was a guy with his girlfriend or wife and I have no idea where they came from. This was my last-ditch effort to get saved. I managed to get close and ask for help, which they kindly did. He grabbed my arm and helped me get back to shore and in between me panting from complete exhaustion I managed to thank him.
It turned out that he was a lifeguard in his youth. If he was not there at that point, I know I would have drowned. I guess God was there for me that day.
Once I arrived back home and this horrible experience sank in, I ended up with post-traumatic stress, which I have to get help with. I am better now but have certainly a better understanding what our brave soldiers go through when they come back from war.