Re: [ufodiscussion] Light of the Second Sun (Son) Niburu?
- I agree Regan, more questions than answers. I guess we'll have to wait and see if more information manifests.
A most perplexing and surreal scenario.
> Thanks for your reply, Dex.
> You may be right and perhaps that was the intended meaning of the
>"second sun" attribution to Nibiru. But if so, I have another problem with
>it. This is that the video said Nibiru is a giant planet like Jupiter but
>it is still out in the depths of the solar system and is not due to come as
>close to the sun as Jupiter's orbit until 2013. Yet the alleged
>photo-stills of Nibiru presented in the video show it being so bright as to
>outshine Jupiter! How could it possibly do that if it is shining with
>reflected light? Uranus and Neptune are gas giants too and they are much
>closer to the sun and earth than Nibiru is alleged to be, yet we cannot even
>see them at all with the naked eye. So how can we see Nibiru from earth and
>even photograph it with an ordinary camera?
> You pointed out that Venus shines brightly in reflected light and I
>agree with you about that. But Venus does lie very close to the sun -
>closer than the earth in fact - so its reflection is bound to be bright. In
>fact, since the alleged Nibiru appeared close to the sun in those photos on
>the video, its appearance seemed indistinguishable from that of Venus in the
>early morning or evening to me. In other words, those photos looked like
>pretty good shots of the Morning Star, or the Evening Star to me and if I
>had been told that those are what they were I would have believed it.
> In view of the apparent contradictions and the alternative
>interpretations of evidence that are possible here, I must admit that I
>remain unconvinced by the "Nibiru" story.
> Best wishes,
>----- Original Message -----
>Sent: Sunday, June 08, 2008 8:19 PM
>Subject: Re: [ufodiscussion] Light of the Second Sun (Son) Niburu?
>You bring up a good point Regan.
>The only thing I can understand about that is that, at times, even though
>it's only reflective, Venus can appear, both day and night, very bright in
>> I thought the video said Nibiru was a planet. How can it be a
>> second "sun"?
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: Dex
>> To: UFOprepare4contact
>> Sent: Friday, June 06, 2008 6:01 PM
>> Subject: [ufodiscussion] Light of the Second Sun (Son) Niburu?
>> I wouldn't have believed it. I guess these intelligence gave me the right
>> information after all. I doubted them when they said the light of the
>> sun would be seen in a few weeks time. Now it seems, if this is true,
>> has been watching Niburu (Herculobus, Planet X, etc..) all along and in
>> it's expected to appear in our skies as a second sun.
>> From Shady
>> Cross Posting:
>> Leaked Nibiru Planet X Photos May 28 2008
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