The big black Nibiru square on Google Earth

We wrote previously what people believe to be the planet Nibiru, a planet many believe exists and is heading for earth. People believe this is the 10th planet that has caused numerous apocalyptic events in the history of the world. They also have good proof that they might in fact have a point with all the theories.

One of those theories are the exact location of “Nibiru”. If there was ever something on Google Earth that caused conspiracy theories to thrive then it is the big black hole on Google Earth, or rather Google Sky.

It starts with the South Pole telescope, there are those that believe the telescope was built entirely for the purpose of tracking Nibiru and that the South Pole telescope once took a photo of planet X or Nibiru. The photograph made its way to Youtube where it was posted on a video. That video was removed for unknown reasons and it had the coordinates for Planet X.

Then a while back another person made another video with the exact coordinates of the previous removed video and that in turn points to a place in the solar system on Google Earth or the part of Google Earth known as Google Sky. Upon entering the coordinates it now gives a error.

Is there a hidden planet hiding behind the big black square in Google Earth?

Decide for yourself, here is the video:

 

Here is the reply to the theory:

 

Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole – Movie Trailer

Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole is a animated film based on a 15 book series written by Kathryn Lasky. Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole is based on three of those books The Capture, The Journey and The Rescue. The production took place in Australia but Warner Bros. owns the film rights to the books, that makes this a Australian slash American production. Producer of the film is Zack Snyder who also produced 300 and Watchmen making him familiar with the type of Graphics entailed in such a film. Animation was done by Animal Logic who wowed the world with Happy Feet.

This is a really wonderful movie that anyone can watch from toddler through to pensioner’s. The story line is true fantasy tale, looking at the trailer a person is already taken in at how real the owls seem. Not only is it captivating it’s also something not seen before. A movie solely based on owls who lives in this truly unique world with human characteristics and personalities.

Soren is a young owl who is captivated by his fathers tales of the Guardians of Ga’hoole a mythic group of owl warriors who fought against the Pure Ones who is a evil army who wants to rule the owlkind. Soren is the younger brother too Kludd, Kludd is jealous of the favour that Soren holds with their father. His jealously leads the two brothers on a path one has only dreamed of the other never even considered. It’s up to Soren to find the Guardians of Ga’hoole the only hope of defeating the Pure Ones and save the Owl Kingdoms.

Legend of the Guardians

Director Snyder selected a good cast starting with Soren whose voice was done by Jim Sturgess. Kludd voice is by Ryan Kwanten. Here is a list with some of the rest of the cast: Helen Mirren as Nyra; Anthony LaPaglia as Twilight; Sam Neill as Metal Beak; Abbie Cornish as Otulissa

Release date is on the 24 September 2010 in both 2D and 3D theatres.

Update

Opinion: Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole is not appropriate for small children. At first it seems that way and because it is based on a children’s book I assumed it would be a family movie like Narnia. As a adult it was interesting and had my attention but children would find it difficult to follow and at times frightening. There are far more violence and darkness than I would have thought some scenes are disturbing too say the least. I would not recommend this film to small children the promotional material released of the movie was very misleading. The graphics is excellent and it is a riveting plot – just not family friendly.

As 2012 comes near, Planet X theory thrives

Some time ago NASA made an announcement. They discovered another planet called Planet X. Now just in this statement there are already thousands of people debating just that, even a NASA scientist in 2008 tried to debunk the Nibiru or Planet X "myths".

Well if you know what this is all about you might as well skip the rest of this article. If you have never heard of the supposed planet-sized object heading this way then read on.

Like many other “conspiracy theories” it should contain some truth because conspiracy theories are just that, most of them are truth of something that happened without those that believe it being able to entirely prove it or they do not get the opportunity to prove the facts behind most conspiracy theories, hence they remain conspiracy theories.. Although that also is not always the case the Niburu theory does get pretty convincing once you do some research.

Between 1982 and 1984 various newspapers and magazines published stories about the 10th planet, a planet so far that scientists described it as a mysterious object from outer space. (yes, their choice of words was much like everything else of the day).

In June of 1982 John Anderson of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California said that a 10th planet is most likely the cause of orbital snags, this planet was said to be further than 4 billion miles away at the time.

Then between 1982 and 1983 there were various reports of Planet X (X meaning 10th or 10 for the 10th planet in our solar system). Some of the reports claimed that a gravitational force was causing irregularities in the orbits of Neptune and Uranus.

The observation of Uranus back in the 1840’s led to the discovery of Neptune and the same irregularities that were found when Neptune was discovered is said to still exist, not the same irregularities but other ones that show that there should be a planet where one has not been discovered yet.

After the discovery of Neptune the orbital behaviour that led to the discovery of Neptune still existed with Uranus not having the full mass to cause that behaviour and that in turn led two Americans, William H Pickering and Percival Lowell to predict that there is another planet. Lowell called this planet Planet X.

After the prediction Pluto was found but scientists believed that was not the large planet that would be able to cause the irregularities with the planets.

Then between 1983 and 1984 Dr Thomas C van Flandern said that the irregularities could be explained by this undiscovered planet, the one that many call Niburu or Planet X.

In those days (1980’s) it was predicted that “planet X” was between 2 and 5 times bigger than earth.

From those days the story lived on and still does until today, it has however gotten a few twists. In the 1990’s Voyager 2 spacecraft found that the observed irregularities were due to miscalculations of Neptune’s mass.

Scientists mostly “agree” that Planet X does not exist, however many feel this is just a coverup, a conspiracy. Some scientists believe that Planet X is indeed the only way to explain some anomalies in the outer Solar System.

Spotted

In September of 1983 astronomers saw a “celestial body” in outer space, they then immediately said it was Planet X. Gerry Neugesbeuer, director of the Palomar Observatory for the California Institute of Technology at the time said that they dont know what it is yet ( at the time) and it was hoped that the two space probes Pioneer 10 and Pioneer 11 would find something.

The way the “planet” was spotted is with the Infrared astronomical satellite circling the polar orbit more than 500 miles from earth. The object or planet was seen to emit heat about 50 billion miles away.

Niburu, Nibiru and Planet X

Nibiru and Niburu are two different things:

Niburu

Niburu also known as Neberu or Nebiru come from the Akkadian language and means “point of transition” or crossing. For instance a river crossing.

The story of Niburu actually comes from a cult, Niburu was named as the seat of summus deus, a entity said to look after the stars. The stars have been referred to as his “sheep” in the way the cult believes he pastures the stars.

Nibiru

The Nibiru however is believed to be related to the Planet X story. People sometimes get confused with the two. However some have theories and beliefs that make intermingle the two.

The real story of what most people believe Nibiru to be is a large planetary object, as we wrote earlier a planet 5 times the size of earth (although some believe that Nibiru is 1/5th of the earth’s size) would hit the earth or come really close to earth and cause a doomsday event or to what some refer to as apocalypse . The end of the world or something similar. The claim of scientists are that this is all a bunch of crap.

Many think that Nancy Lieder started the theory as she claimed to communicate with aliens but modern day belief puts the theory somewhere in the line of NASA seeing a massive earth sized object in the 1980’s, after realising that this massive planet-sized object is actually moving towards earth they quickly hid the evidence and acted like nothing of that kind ever existed.

The name Nibiru actually actually comes from a guy called Zecharia Sitchin, he wrote a book in 1976 called “The 12th Planet” and the book claims that there is a undiscovered planet beyond Neptune, this is basically what Planet X is according to the theory but according to Sitchin’s book and theories the story of Nibiru has something to do with the mystical legend of Marduk.

Zecharia Sitchin seems like an intelligent person but for the sake of not getting confused we will skip this part unless you want to read about aliens, and all that. Lets just skip to the end of the world part.

The end of the world part.

You must have the idea by now. There is a massive planet-sized object, there are some beliefs of mythological entities guiding the stars and then there is the theory that this massive planet-sized object is heading to earth and the conspiracy that NASA is hiding the facts because they dont want to freak out the entire earth’s population by telling us that earth might be gone in 2012.

Scientific evidence

Some say there is scientific evidence for this, they might have a point when looking at what they claim to be the scientific evidence, or you might think otherwise.

– Weather

This is one of the most obvious things people notice today, the weather is going weird. Some blame global warming and some blame the earth’s natural cycles but those that believe in the Planet X theory believe that the weather is going crazy because the gravitational power of Planet X is effecting earth more because the planet is coming closer and closer.

NASA replies to the theories: 

 

 

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