Nibiru planet X 2012 PROOF of Government conspiracy
This is very interesting if it is a cover up. I typed in the same coordinates 5h 53m 27s,-6 10′ 58 on Google Sky and the area was mysteriously blacked out! Why I don’t know but I do know this is the only “cropped” area in Google Sky. The first sighting of the object was detected by N.A.S.A in 1983 by IRAS spacecraft. The reason that it is not being seen anywhere except in the far south is because it’s path is bringing it towards Earth almost directly beneath the South Pole, a “blind spot” for astronomers. Another interesting fact to note is the proximity of the cropped area to Orion’s belt that is referred as the “Dark Rift” by the Ancient Mayans. Below are ancient tablets from the Sumerians in what was depicted as the Sun, its planets, the Earth’s moon, and Nibiru. Remember this created was millenia ago. If you add 2+2 it will give you 4.
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A question that often comes up is: “Why is Planet X not yet visible, why no one has ever seen it to this day?” Well, they have now, but here are a few good reasons for that. First, X probably is a very dim object, having a very low `albedo’ – which means it reflects only a very small portion of the light it receives from the Sun. Venus for example has one of the highest albedos, 57% of the Sun’s light is reflected. If Planet X is a protostar or brown dwarf it absorbs almost all the light, hence is very dark. Second, P X most probably comes in from the direction of Earth’s South Pole, which stands vertical to the band of constellations where all of the other planets move in a disk. So in order to see it one has to be in the Southern hemisphere, and quite close to the Pole, either on the Southern Island of New Zealand or in Patagonia. Both regions are sparsely inhabited and there are no major observatories there. Third, if X would be close enough to be seen by an amateur telescope -–this is only possible in the dark months. The last months the South Pole has been bathed by extensive daylight as it was Antarctic summer.