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Could someone explain Nibiru to me?

Could someone explain Nibiru to me? Topic: A conclusion of solar energy
June 25, 2019 / By Fergal
Question: I understand some say this is part of what the Mayans predicted and the information i have found is not clear to me. I'd love a detailed answer with links to good information, and i have a very open mind to whatever it could be.
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Dallas Dallas | 7 days ago
Nibiru wasn't mentioned by the Mayas but the Sumerians. Zacharia Sitchin wrote "12th Planet", the first book of his series of Earth Chronicles. Sitchin wrote this book based off of the information he ciphered from ancient tablets unearthed of the Sumerian civilization. Sumeria is the oldest civilization that we know of or have written records of, far older then the Egyptians. The Sumerians considered there to be twelve planets counting Pluto, the Sun and the moon. The 12th Planet is Nibiru, which, like Pluto, has an uneven orbit around the sun. The supposed orbital path of this planet goes far beyond Pluto at its furthest point but at its closest point to the sun it intersects with the asteroid belt between Jupiter and Mars. This planet is subsequently the largest asides from Jupiter and the Sun. It's a common misconception that people believe it will collide or intersect with the Earth's orbital path, which is misleading. According to the Sumerian tablets the Earth's original position was in the asteroid belt but when Nibiru intersected the Earth collided with one of Nibiru's moons, knocking it into another orbit. Based on Bode's Law, the planetary positions fit perfectly, except for the fact that va planet is missing where the Asteroid belt goes into. The modern scientific consensus has established that long ago in our solar system's past that the moon had collided with the Earth. If one is willing to speculate that the moon is not the Earth's original satellite, it's reasonable to assume the moon was once a planet of its own. Nibiru's supposed orbit takes over 3600 years to complete. It will not collide with the Earth even if it is real. However the ramifications of its mere presence could upset the balance of near by celestial bodies. Although politicians love to blame humanity on global warming, they cannot stand up to the fats that all the other planets in the solar system are warming up as well. The sun is responsible for distributing the heat of the solar system and it may just be reacting to an additional presence closing in. The Earth may or may not be effected by Nibiru's presence, it merely depends on which side of the sun we are positioned when it makes its fly-by. Planetary alignments do cause the sun to emit higher amounts of plasma energy. In fact it is far more common for seismic activity to occur when the sun, earth and moon are in alignment. In may of 2000 5 planets of the Earth's solar system were involved in a planetary alignment, this could have been harmful to Earth had it not been on the opposite end of the sun during the alignment. The movie "2012" depicts the scenario of a planetary alignment causing the upheaval, however this alignment is not destined to occur on this date, that was implemented into the movie strictly for propaganda. Saturn is the last visible planet on a clear night without using a telescopic lens. It's orbit was not mathematically accurate in calculation, which implied it was being effected by the gravitational pull by another body. Astronomers looking into this discovered Uranus. The calculations there were still inaccurate and the astronomers followed this lead finding Neptune. Calculations again were made and it appeared Neptune was being effected by another gravitational force. Astronomers couldn't find what was causing that and they finally found Pluto, but lo and behold Pluto's gravitational pull was irrelevant to Neptune's orbit, meaning there would have to be another planet of massive size to cause this. "Worlds in Collision" written by Immanuel Velikovsky studies ancient texts drawing the conclusion that a cataclysmic upheaval occurred in the past caused by a rogue planet. Velikovsky's book was written before Sumerian texts were discovered and settles as Venus being an unoriginal planet due to its reverse orbit. But it seems certain symbols used for Venus were interchangeable with Nibiru.
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Dallas Originally Answered: Could someone explain Nibiru to me?
Nibiru wasn't mentioned by the Mayas but the Sumerians. Zacharia Sitchin wrote "12th Planet", the first book of his series of Earth Chronicles. Sitchin wrote this book based off of the information he ciphered from ancient tablets unearthed of the Sumerian civilization. Sumeria is the oldest civilization that we know of or have written records of, far older then the Egyptians. The Sumerians considered there to be twelve planets counting Pluto, the Sun and the moon. The 12th Planet is Nibiru, which, like Pluto, has an uneven orbit around the sun. The supposed orbital path of this planet goes far beyond Pluto at its furthest point but at its closest point to the sun it intersects with the asteroid belt between Jupiter and Mars. This planet is subsequently the largest asides from Jupiter and the Sun. It's a common misconception that people believe it will collide or intersect with the Earth's orbital path, which is misleading. According to the Sumerian tablets the Earth's original position was in the asteroid belt but when Nibiru intersected the Earth collided with one of Nibiru's moons, knocking it into another orbit. Based on Bode's Law, the planetary positions fit perfectly, except for the fact that va planet is missing where the Asteroid belt goes into. The modern scientific consensus has established that long ago in our solar system's past that the moon had collided with the Earth. If one is willing to speculate that the moon is not the Earth's original satellite, it's reasonable to assume the moon was once a planet of its own. Nibiru's supposed orbit takes over 3600 years to complete. It will not collide with the Earth even if it is real. However the ramifications of its mere presence could upset the balance of near by celestial bodies. Although politicians love to blame humanity on global warming, they cannot stand up to the fats that all the other planets in the solar system are warming up as well. The sun is responsible for distributing the heat of the solar system and it may just be reacting to an additional presence closing in. The Earth may or may not be effected by Nibiru's presence, it merely depends on which side of the sun we are positioned when it makes its fly-by. Planetary alignments do cause the sun to emit higher amounts of plasma energy. In fact it is far more common for seismic activity to occur when the sun, earth and moon are in alignment. In may of 2000 5 planets of the Earth's solar system were involved in a planetary alignment, this could have been harmful to Earth had it not been on the opposite end of the sun during the alignment. The movie "2012" depicts the scenario of a planetary alignment causing the upheaval, however this alignment is not destined to occur on this date, that was implemented into the movie strictly for propaganda. Saturn is the last visible planet on a clear night without using a telescopic lens. It's orbit was not mathematically accurate in calculation, which implied it was being effected by the gravitational pull by another body. Astronomers looking into this discovered Uranus. The calculations there were still inaccurate and the astronomers followed this lead finding Neptune. Calculations again were made and it appeared Neptune was being effected by another gravitational force. Astronomers couldn't find what was causing that and they finally found Pluto, but lo and behold Pluto's gravitational pull was irrelevant to Neptune's orbit, meaning there would have to be another planet of massive size to cause this. "Worlds in Collision" written by Immanuel Velikovsky studies ancient texts drawing the conclusion that a cataclysmic upheaval occurred in the past caused by a rogue planet. Velikovsky's book was written before Sumerian texts were discovered and settles as Venus being an unoriginal planet due to its reverse orbit. But it seems certain symbols used for Venus were interchangeable with Nibiru.

Austin Austin
Apparently, Nibiru is a planet 4 times bigger than Earth. Nibiru was supposed to hit Earth back in 2003 but it didn't happen. Now, its supposed to happen on the 21st of December, 2012. Its not true, of course. If Nibiru was on it's way like some people say it is, we would have easily seen it by now. If not, it will not keep it's date of 2012. Don't worry, people just want more reasons to troll. Once its over, the trolls will have to come up with something new.
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Viola Viola
Nibiru was supposed to hit or pass close by to our planet back in 2003. This was predicted by a woman who claimed that aliens were speaking to her via a chip they had implanted in her brain during an abduction. Some people actually fell for such a blatantly nonsensical story back then and if that wasn't bad enough, others are even falling for it a second time. It's an old myth that has been recycled by bored people who are too unimaginative to come up with something new to worry about.
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Shanene Shanene
a fictional fantasy idea of a "hidden planet" total nonsense Astronomers and NASA know what is in our solar system, except for some very very small stuff far away
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