Wow! Look! One of my photos taken at Hadrian’s Wall last night has caught the planet Nibiru! Fantastic! And I’ve been a cynic all these years! How wrong was I? Although for some reason I couldn’t see it with my eye, it’s as clear as day on the photo, a whole planet – usually hidden from our view by chemtrails and force fields and all kinds of strange harmonious resonances – there right next to the Moon!
Now, I know what you’re thinking – “It’s a lens flare, Stu..!” Don’t be silly. Come on, which makes more sense – that pointing my camera at a blindingly bright light in the sky introduced internal reflections in the lens, which showed up as a spherical flare on the pic, or there really is a ghost planet out there in our solar system, inhabited by godlike aliens, or even angels, ploughing towards us from the depths of space, undetected by every single one of the world’s telescopes, undetected by any of the armada of space probes currently exploring the solar system, undetected by any of the hundreds of thousands of amateur astronomers who patrol the sky every hour of every day, with state of the art telescopes and cameras, but seen and photographed regularly by people who point their cameras at the Sun, and Moon, then skilfully stretch their images’ contrast and saturation until they scream for mercy but finally reveal Nibiru – often the same people who believe astronauts never landed on the Moon, and insist that the air is being poisoned by chemical trails spewed out by secret Government aircraft, and that recent visitor to our skies Comet ISON was a fleet of alien spacecraft?
Ah, see? Not laughing now, are you..?
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