Right Under Our Eyes: Nibiru On Its Way? December 21 2012!

Ridicule might delay truth but it can't replace it. In recent weeks astonishing rumors have been spreading fast in science circles, and soon the wider public will be in the know. According to these rumors, despite all the denial and ridicule, planet Nibiru is real. Yes, you read that correctly. Nibiru is a fact. Science leaders are ready to admit the observation of Nibiru.

This rogue object was there all the time. Right under our eyes. Since the days of Galileo we are aware of its existence. Initially it was mistaken for a star, and later for a solar system planet. It's neither. 

We currently know Nibiru as Neptune, allegedly the ninth planet. It simply isn't. You could call it the 8.5th planet: a massive object disguising itself as a planet in-between the 8th and 9th stable planetary orbits. Astronomers now refer to Neptune as a WIMP, a Wandering Immensely Massive Planetoid. WIMPs are dark objects that appear to be abundant in the universe and make up most of its mass. They wander from planetary system to planetary system, leaving a trail of havoc.

Nibiru Cataclysm
The breaking news is that our solar WIMP, aka Nibiru, aka Planet-X, aka Neptune, is behaving according to the Mayan and Nostradamian prophecies. It is leaving its unstable orbit and will soon be on its way to Earth. Large-scale computations by a NASA team headed by Dr. Nancy Lieder have revealed that this WIMP weighing in at 17 times Earth, will approach our planet at the end-date of the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar, December this year. The good news is: there will be no collision.  I repeat: NIBIRU AND EARTH WON'T COLLIDE. 

However, that does not mean the close encounter will not affect us. Far from that. On December 21st, at the point of closest approach, Nibiru's gravitational forces will cause unparalleled tidal effects on Earth's oceans, and large-scale global tsunamis will result.

Yet there is no need for panic. A tsunami predicted well in advance need not make any victims. Key is to take precautionary measures and to make sure you are at a safe place when this global tsunami hits. And that safe place is... far away at sea. Where the sea is deep, tsunamis go unnoticed.
Uploaded 04/20/2012
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