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FW: RE: [prepare4contact] Re: Another Second Sun Video

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  • Dex
    Interesting isn t it?
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 3, 2010
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      Interesting isn't it?
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      > I asked months ago what it was and they? replied ..."A Ship".
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      > Dex
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      > There are some other astronomical facts I'd like to point out, and
      > that is, since the object frequently appears to be near Sol no matter
      > where the earth is in its orbit, it would have to be a starship and not
      > a planet, otherwise, it would gravitationally affect Mercury and Venus.
      > If it were a planet, it would have to be a long ways in the distance and
      > just give the appearance of being close to Sol, therefore, as the earth
      > moved in its orbit, the separation between the object & Sol would
      > gradually increase, but the object would also gravitationally affect the
      > asteroids and other planets unless the outer planets just happened to be
      > a long distance away in their orbits at the time.
      > So, if these video makers want to imply that it's a planet they need
      > to take the foregoing into consideration and be a little more creative
      > by showing a gradual separation between Sol and the planet over a six
      > month period of time, and via triangulation, as well as knowing the
      > distance of the earth from Sol, we would be able to ascertain exactly
      > how far away it is and, knowing where the planets are in their orbits,
      > also be able to tell if it's close to one of them or the asteroids.
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      > --- In prepare4contact@yahoogroups.com, "Dean Sloan" <jdsloan1@...>
      > wrote:
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      > > The video posted by Dex has a date of May 10.
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      > > Here's another video on that same page, but it looks more like Venus
      > > and jumps around a little bit in the 2nd half of the video. Sol
      > > isn't anywhere around either.
      > >
      > > Object To West Nibiru Planet-X Wormwood Venus Update May 8, 2010
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      > > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_7GF2err2U&feature=related
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      > > And another.
      > >
      > > Planet X? May 12, 2010 in HD from S.E. Michigan @ 9:30pm EST
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      > > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QsPEAfEdU98&feature=fvw
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      > > In the next one it "dances" with shapes and colors, and Sol
      > > can't be seen (May 7)
      > > Strange Star or is it Nibiru, Orcus, Eris, Nemisis, Planet X or what?
      > > Germany edition
      > > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dU6mVQ3VA4Y&feature=related
      > > It's shown further to the right from Sol in the next one and
      > > larger-posted May 12
      > > EXTRAORDINARY AFTER 2012...exclusive
      > > annunaki...MENOM�S/NIBIRU...coming back...by santicmonious!
      > > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8dOUzZ99yQ&feature=related
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      > > Several other videos can be found also.
      > > Conclusion: Obviously, someone isn't being honest with their videos
      > > and, like I've pointed out before, Nibiru is not in the orbit
      > > postulated by Sitchin, because of the undisturbed asteroid belt. I
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      > > it could be a starship & may represent the "Son" as Dex has
      > > suggested before. Also, images like this were posted on Zetatalk
      > around
      > > 2003 or there about, so, there's really nothing new here except new
      > > dates.
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      > > --- In prepare4contact@yahoogroups.com, "Dex" dexxxaa@ wrote:
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      > > > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxRQEB2iCNA&feature=player_embedded
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