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Ligia Cabus

During the last solar eclipse - Nibiru or UFO

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What the hell, I vote for Nibiru.

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No photos...fake

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I gotta say that If this Nibiru is suppose to be an actual planet and with the day the mayans say getting so close I would wonder why we havent all seen it by now. I mean planets cant hide. So I gotta say they saw something else.

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If there was such a massive object sited then where are the photos. Someone should of gotten one.

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"A massive object sighted between the sun and the moon"

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well, it true, surely it would already be having some affect on the Earth. No way would no -one have spotted this, there are plenty of amateur astronomists out there who would have spotted something like this.

its supposed to be larger than Jupiter, not exactly something which can easily be missed if its lurking between our sun and moon.

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a planet the size of Jupiter between us and the sun would be visible to the naked eye.

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No photos...fake

Blimey! You are a hard guy. Your opinion is almost always a punch: direct, concise and clear. And with that avatar ... Oh! My God!

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