Nibiru Dust Poisoning Population
Space dust from the Nibiru star system is currently penetrating Earth’s atmosphere and making some people gravely ill, says Dr. Vjekoslav Maks Luburić (Вјекослав Макс Лубурић)
, a noteworthy Croatian physician and astronomical scientist. He asserts that moderate amounts of red iron-oxide dust have survived atmospheric
reentry and saturated the upper ionosphere with potentially deadly polymorphic toxins.
Dr. Luburić has sterling credentials; he graduated Magna Cum Laude from Croatia’s Palacky University and later served as Chief Medical Officer
for the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force during the 2001 Ukrainian-Uyghur insurgency in Afghanistan. By 2006, he had grown weary of the sight of blood and abandoned medicine to pursue his childhood dream of becoming an astronomer. He completed his post-graduate work at Dubrovnik International University, earning a PhD in astronomical sciences. He was appointed chair fellow at the Zagreb Astronomical Observatory, where, he says, he learned about Nibiru.
While his colleagues clandestinely raced to solve Nibiru’s orbital mechanics, Dr. Luburić focused on an immediate threat,
the diaphanous clouds of red iron-oxide dust surrounding the brown dwarf star and its seven companion planets.
“I am not convinced Nibiru will cross Earth’s path,” Dr. Luburić said, “
but I am convinced the dust is already reaching our planet and causing some people to become very ill. Some guys said this is impossible but I believe otherwise. Once Nibiru system emerged from the dark side of the sun, it became vulnerable to galactic
Gravitational distortions and cosmic currents have created a wave front ahead of the Nibiru system, and have dislodged pockets of red iron-oxide dust. The lethal dust, he says, is being swept through the cosmos toward Earth.
“To use an analogy, think about ocean currents and waves,” Dr. Luburić said. “
Ocean waves maintain enough posterior pressure to beach whales. All waves begin at the equatorial bulge and push outward toward shore. Graviton pressure on the dust cloud follows a similar principle.”
Asked why no one has seen the red iron dust, he explained that trace amounts of red iron-oxide dust are imperceptible to the naked eye; each dust particle measures less than 1 X 10-6
microns in diameter.
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