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Nibiru Revealed The Anunnaki Golden Secret
This video unlocks the secrets of Nibiru and the Anunnaki. Discover why these ancient Sumerian gods, according to ancient astronaut theorists, have a surprising affinity for Earth’s gold. Delve deep into the Sumerian texts and intriguing theories, exploring whether Earth was mined for gold to save Nibiru’s dying atmosphere. Join us on this cosmic journey, unravelling the mysteries of ancient … Continue reading
Aliens in Nibiru: The Story of the Original Planet X
This video looks at the possibility of aliens living on a planet called Nibiru. Join Jason Martell, regularly featured guest on “Ancient Aliens,” as he shares years of research into the Ancient Astronaut Theory and Ancient Technology from our distant past. Over 30 ancient cultures reference interaction with physical beings they considered to be gods. Modern archeology considers these stories … Continue reading
We May Have Found the Hypothetical Planet 9!
Before the 20th century, we had a pretty good theory that explained a bunch of stuff. It explained the motion of the planets around the Sun (specifically, it explained why planets follow an elliptical path). This was the Newton theory. Among other things, it showed that humans can fly on aeroplanes. It also suggested the idea that an apple and … Continue reading
Mysterious object Observed 20B Miles from Earth in 1983 ‘May Have Been Elusive Planet Nine’
“Its huge orbit would mean it takes between 10,000 and 20,000 years to make a single pass around the sun.” by Ryan Morrison via Daily Mail A mysterious, small and cold object seen 20 billion miles from Earth by astronomers in 1983 may have been the elusive Planet Nine, according to a new report. Astronomers have speculated over the existence … Continue reading
Mysterious New Planet Possibly Spotted in Our Solar System
“…evidence of a mysterious planet up to 10 times bigger than Earth, with a distant orbit around the Sun, has been unveiled by professor of astrophysics at Imperial College of London…” via RT Headline Image: © Akirastock / Getty Images An object lurking in the outer region of our solar system may well be the elusive Planet 9, a leading … Continue reading
Nemesis: Does the Sun Have an Evil Twin?
Nemesis is a hypothetical astronomical object, more precisely a red dwarf or brown dwarf star, orbiting the Sun at a distance of (approximately) 50,000 to 100,000 astronomical units, just beyond the Oort Cloud. Is it responsible for the mass extinction? Insane Curiosity YouTube IF YOU ENJOY THIS SITE PLEASE TELL OTHERS ABOUT US…SHARING IS CARING Start the discussion, leave a … Continue reading
Planet 9 May Be Out There – Here’s Where We Need To Look
By BRIAN KOBERLEIN via ScitechDaily There are eight known planets in the solar system (ever since Pluto was booted from the club), but for a while, there has been some evidence that there might be one more. A hypothetical Planet 9 lurking on the outer edge of our solar system. So far this world has eluded discovery, but a new … Continue reading
Does Planet X Actually Exist?
“For many of us, living in an eight planet solar system is a fundamental pillar in our scientific knowledge. With Pluto having been demoted to a dwarf planet in 2006, Neptune is the last planet to have been discovered in our solar system. Neptune was first observed with a telescope in 1846 and since then there’s been widespread discussion about … Continue reading
Why Can’t Scientists Find the Enormous Planet X?
At the distance the postulated Planet X would be, any movement by either Earth or Planet X/Planet Nine would cause it to easily be missed by the observer in my opinion. I believe this is part of the reason it has so far eluded being seen, we just haven’t spotted it yet as the area is too vast. IF YOU … Continue reading
New Study Challenges Elusive Planet X Theory
by Andrei Dergalin via Sputniknews The scientists pointed out that their work does not “explicitly rule out” the hypothetical planet’s existence, but rather shows that “there is no evidence to rule out the null hypothesis.” A team of scientists from Cornell University, led by Kevin Napier, has released a new, yet to be peer reviewed study that disputes evidence of … Continue reading