Debris from Nibiru (Planet X)’s tail, in the form of blazing fireballs, now bombards Earth so frequently now that experts are amazed and the public is alarmed. Fireballs flung from the debris tail of Planet X (Nibiru), like the one that slammed Russia in February of this year, are indeed assailing Earth. And, all the while the powers-that-be (PTB) continue singing their cheery refrain, “Don’t worry, be happy. Everything is under control.” But is it . . . really?
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Flaming fireballs will not go away; they are here to stay and, if anything, have increased in frequency and number. They are hitting the earth, starting fires, causing explosions, damaging property, and injuring people.
During the months of May and June alone, there have been hundreds, if not thousands of reported fireball sightings from all over the globe. In fact, during one 24-hour period (May 18-19), four fireball sightings were witness in the following states: Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan Missouri, and Tennessee.
As the Zetas of ZetaTalk have stated, the debris tail hosing out from Planet X (Nibiru) is increasingly disrupted as it receives harder pushes from Planet X as it closes the gap between itself and Earth. So now as a cover, the term “asteroids” is bandied about and introduced into the public’s consciousness.
ZetaTalk: Live Chat, Nov 21, 2009: “When the debris from the tail of Planet X first started arriving in earnest in 2004, the establishment chose to call this “space junk.” When the public became alarmed at the amount of space junk falling to Earth, they tried to enhance the story by claiming that two satellites had crashed into each other, but this just made a bad story worse . . . Unlike the shooting stars, these fireballs are green, not white, when they burn up in the atmosphere.
Could all these fireballs be an apocalyptic sign confirming Luke’s discourse (Luke 21.25): And there shall be signs in the Sun, in the Moon, and in the stars . . . You be the judge. For those interesting in a little detail on the May-June 2013 sightings, a listing follows:
- (Jun 20) Huge green fireball with red tail blazed over central Poland near Warsaw just before midnight (2355 p.m. local time). Thomas Lewandowski, member of PKiM, saw the huge fireball sweep low over the horizon, ending with spectacular flashes. His observation was confirmed by Paul Zareba who runs a Polish Fireball Network station equipped with four cameras, one of which recorded the phenomenon and also picked it up on radio waves.
- (Jun 16) American Meteorological Society received 44 reports of a fireball over northern California, Oregon and Washington around 0606 UTC.
- (Jun 13) In Australia at 6 p.m. in southeast Queensland, two fireballs lit up the sky about 5 to 10 minutes apart. A blue lightning-like flash was followed by a bright orange object.
- (May 30-1) A large fireball with sonics screamed over Ohio, witnessed by more than 200 people. The fireball was seen primarily from Ohio and Indiana, but witnesses from West Virginia, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Kentucky and North Carolina also reported seeing it. Earthquake-like shaking (related or not) was felt by some in Ohio.
- (May 27) Reports of an extremely bright fireball with a wide, bright flame trail over the Eastern Seaboard came in around 0106 UTC from an area covering Maryland in the United States to Ajax, Ontario, Canada.
- (May 20) A fireball was seen over Cyprus at 10:15 UTC, as reported by NASA – VIDEO below. (See NASA Webpage for additional details).
- (May 19) Four fireballs seen in 24-hour period (around 0400 UTC) observed in Arkansas and Missouri around 0337 UTC, and around same time in Arizona. With the distance between these locations, could observers have witnessed the same fireballs?
- (May 19) In La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico, an object fell from the skies around 4:08 p.m. causing a loud explosion. Witnesses reported seeing a fireball leaving a trail cross the horizon. Some heard a loud roar as well. Seconds later, a loud explosion was heard and a powerful shockwave shook the area.
- (May 18) Two large fireballs were spotted within an hour of each other, one over the central east coast and another over Colorado. At about 10:00 p.m. in Little Rock, Arkansas, a group of 8 to 10 neighbors were sitting outside when they saw a fireball with a distinct green color streak across the sky from east to west.
- (May 16) Six of the NASA All Sky Fireball Network cameras detected a brilliant fireball at 0311 UTC from the Cartersville, Georgia, area. The object entered the atmosphere at around 49,000 mph, slow for a meteoroid.
- (May 12) In Italy, a bright fireball hit the ground causing a fire in the woods of Cosenza. Hundreds of witnesses reported seeing a streak of light in the sky and an object falling down, to the fire department. Hundreds of witnesses spotted the fireball.
- (May 10) In South Africa around 4:30 a.m., a piece of a fireball hit a Mahangu field in the village of Oshika. The explosive impact and resulting tremor created panic among villagers. People within a radius of more than 200 km observed a blinding light, and some reported hearing a sizzling or whistling sound and seeing a bright bluish light before the impact.
- (May 9) In the UK, a large green fireball shot across sky above England and Wales. Reports mentioned an unusually large, green meteor with a tail hurtling across the night sky in a northerly direction at around 9.45 p.m. local time.
- (May 8) A fireball, witnessed by hundreds, roared over Finland. Nearly 300 observational reports of a bright light including accounts of roaring and explosive sounds over Finnish skies. A remnant struck the earth.
Have you witnessed unusual phenomenon in the sky? If so please add your sighting information below.
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