Jupiter & Venus Brighter Than Usual in Night Skies: Is Nibiru Planet X Getting Closer?

3 Sep

9.3.2010 By CK Hunter

Let’s speculate:

If Nibiru [aka Planet X, Eris, Dysnomia, the winged disc, The Destroyer] were in fact, real, and if, let’s say, that Nibiru were now getting closer to earth, then the light from this “second sun” [a brown dwarf] would be affecting the amount of light emanating from Jupiter and Venus, as these two planets would now be reflecting the light from two suns instead of one.

That theory being stated, below are several interesting videos. Feel free to post your own Nibiru update videos for 2010 in the comments field. Thanks.

Chase

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