18 February 2016

Nirbiru ..... and the Invasion of Syria

THE HEAVENS DECLARE THE GLORY OF HASHEM, AND THE FIRMAMENT TELLS OF HIS HANDIWORK. DAY FOLLOWING DAY BRINGS UTTERS SPEECH AND NIGHT FOLLOWING NIGHT DECLARES KNOWLEDGE. THERE IS NO SPEECH AND THERE ARE NO WORDS; THEIR SOUND IS UNHEARD. THEIR PRECISION GOES FORTH THROUGHOUT THE EARTH, AND THEIR WORDS REACH THE END OF THE INHABITED WORLD. IN THEIR MIDST HE HAS SET UP A TENT FOR THE SUN IN THEIR MIDST. AND IT IS LIKE A GROOM COMING FORTH FROM HIS BRIDAL CHAMBER, IT REJOICES LIKE A POWERFUL WARRIOR TO RUN THE COURSE. ITS SOURCE IS THE END OF THE HEAVENS AND ITS CIRCUIT IS TO THEIR END, NOTHING ESCAPES ITS HEAT. THE TORAH OF HASHEM IS PERFECT, IT RESTORES THE SOUL, THE TESTIMONY OF HASHEM IS TRUSTWORTHY MAKING THE SIMPLE ONE WISE. TEHILLIM 19.



















I FOUND AN INTERESTING WORDPRESS SITE, WRITTEN BY AN INDIVIDUAL WHO PUBLISHED IN ASTRONOMY 2/2/12. BELOW IS HIS TAKE ON THE MANY PHOTOS OF NIBIRU:

"How can I be sure this is NOT planet X or Nibiru? Well, because I was standing with my camera and could see it in the viewfinder while I was photographing, and not when I looked with my own eyes without the viewfinder, so I know it´s an effect caused by reflections in the optics. Again, you could change the camera angle a bit and see the lighteffects are not a part of the real picture. And if a Neptune-sized planet were near us, we would certainly know for sure…"

HE DOESN'T NEGATE THE EXISTENCE OF NIBIRU BUT THE PHOTOS (MORE ON HIS BLOG)

Nibiru Solar Lens Flare Mistakes – I have seen numerous attempts to fool people with photos and video of a supposed Nibiru or Planet X, but it’s just a so-called lens flare, as seen in the pictures on this page. If you have a camera, you can try by your self to create this effect. Wait until the sun is low in the morning or evening sky, point the camera directly at the Sun (read the manual and see if the CMOS / CCD photo sensor can withstand it) and turn it gently to the right or left, up or down, and you will see this effect appear. This is a lens flare and not Nibiru or Planet X. But I admit, that it is not so strange that people can be fooled, because it does look as if there is a second sun. Do I say Nibiru or Planet X dosen´t exist? No, I just say, that this is a typical effect caused by the light of the sun, reflected inside the optics.


The pictures above and below was photographed with a Sony A-100 reflex camera with a 3.5-5.6/18-70 standard lens. In the picture below, you can see the sun and some weird reflections below the sun. These are NOT planet X or Nibiru, but reflections in the optics, also known as lens flares.


WE SHALL HAVE TO WAIT AND SEE IF THIS 'STAR' FINALLY REVEALS ITSELF.


ITS EQUALLY FASCINATING THAT ACCORDING TO SOME BLOGGERS THIS OBJECT IN ITS ORBITING IS TO BRUSH BY EARTH AND LEAVE IN ITS PATH DEVASTATION ABOUT OR NEAR THE SAME TIME AN EQUAL DEVASTATION OF SAUDI ARABIA AND TURKEY INVADING SYRIA.
COINCIDENCE??
DOES THIS RELATE TO GOG U'MAGOG AND MOSHIACH??

1 comment:

Myrtle Rising said...

This post is exactly what I needed!
My son and I decided today to photograph the sun at noon and sure enough, there appeared a little white glowing dot in the lower right hand corner near the sun (like a far away moon). Yet even when we put on 3 pairs of sunglasses, we could not see the dot, but only through the camera lens. Then my son noticed that the position of the dot moved all around the sun depending on the angle of the camera.
"There are a lot of Planet Xs here!" he exclaimed.
So it had me wondering whether it was a reflection off the camera.
And then I see your post, which discusses this very issue.
So thank you.
On the other hand, astronomers have been talking for years about something disturbing Neptune's and Uranus's orbits, in addition to other interesting astronomy articles with misleading headlines. Also, astrophysics forums discuss this in a more knowledgeable and skeptical manner than others, yet even they seem to be saying that there appears to be something out there.

Basically, I'm intrigued, but doing my own research has left me undecided.
"Wait and see" is my conclusion, too. All things considered, there's no other choice, is there?

Well, thanks again for the timely post.