Monday, May 9, 2016

Nibiru's Orbit

Here is an interesting video, showing Nibiru [the winged planet] and its orbit, along with all the other planets and comets.

He also states in the video [at 5.00] that he expects Nibiru to ''arrive'' August/September 2016.  This ties in with the date given to us by Rabbi Moshe Cordovero [the 25th day of the sixth month - Elul] which you can read again here.

I am not making any predictions here, just offering the information for those who are interested. Note: there is no Xtian stuff on this video.

If you're interested, he has a lot of other interesting Nibiru videos on his YouTube page.


Traveler Andrew Sheets said...

awesome study. Iv'e been watching and studying this since 2012. thank you.

Anonymous said...

And so...?if it exists...and is on it's way?...and? What can you do about it? Why spend day after day after day tracking where you think it's whereabouts are. What does it help? But there is something you can do...we live in a world that is spiraling downward...perhaps we each need to spend the same amount of energy spent obsessing on a potentially non-existent planet, instead upon things we can actually change around us...moral decay, a dying planet, an almost dead sea, polluted skies and waterways...we can do nothing about a theoretical planet, now can we?

Devorah said...

First of all I don't spend that much time on it. I am fascinated by it, you don't need to be, but I am. If it doesn't interest you, don't click on it. Other people here are interested.

Stuart Tepper said...


I found this link relating to this topic, which seems to be full, or partial admission from Nasa about the danger of Nibiru

Devorah said...

I don't think that is a reliable source. I'm pretty sure NASA would not say that as they are doing their best to say nothing much at all. Nibiru is not expected to hit earth, the worry is from the effect on the magnetic poles, the extreme weather conditions and the debris flying around from the tail of Nibiru. I'm not worrying about any of it though.