Planet X 101: Who, What, When, Where, Why and How HD 1080p

28 okt. 2013 This is the best starting place for those new to the topic of Planet X, because if presents a foundation understanding of the topic. It explains the various names used to describe these objects and offers a comprehensive history of the topic dating back to 1781 through to the present. For newbies, it is a real time saver, because it condenses months if not years of personal research for most, into a one-hour presentation. 

(*But Look first video until the end*)


  • [AMAZING] Russian Meteor Explosion (2-15-13)

15 feb. 2013 A meteor shower in Russia started today around 9:15. This is a video or multiple eyewitness accounts. The loud sounds heard mid-way through the video aren’t of a meteorite hitting the ground.

“The Chelyabinsk meteorite (Russian: Челябинск or Челябинский метеорит) is the fragmented remains of the large Chelyabinsk meteor of 15 February 2013 which reached the ground after the meteor’s passage through the atmosphere. The descent of the meteor, visible as a brilliant superbolide in the morning sky, caused a series of shock waves that shattered windows, damaged approximately 7,200 buildings and left 1,500 people injured.[4][5] The resulting fragments were scattered over a wide area.
The largest fragment had a total mass of 654 kg (1,442 lb) and was raised from the bottom of Lake Chebarkul on 16 October 2013.” 

NBC News Reports Nibiru – Planet X System Update No. 2

22 apr. 2015 In a live, predawn telecast on or about January 14, 2014, the morning news anchors of this NBC News affiliate, KCRA in Sacramento, CA aired live video from their own KCRA new helicopter. In it, they reported an observation of a planet they could not explain.
What our analyses showed is that the KCRA morning news team observed two planets via their live news helicopter feed: Venus eclipsing Nibiru.