Re: Theos-World Nibura
Oct 01, 2009 05:47 PM
by Cass Silva
You might care to look at this - it doesn't look like a comet - it has no tail?
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>Sorry, He is only speculating and inerror in my book. A comet isn't a Planet no matter how much you want it to be. I have watched dozens of comets proceed into the sun on SOHO since 1999 and none of them pulled Mercury into the Sun lol. I don't agree that the Comet Near was the Planet Nibiru either. Google Pavel Smuty Narmer Palette. Pavel Smutny was a NASA Scientist that specialized in Orbital Mechanics and Feep Space Communications. His analysis of the Dendera Temple and Narmer Palette that reveals the historic trajectory of the twelth planet through the solar system seems the best I have read so far. The Mass of the Comet and the Mass of Jupiter are two different things, and I haven't seen any comet that hhad the mass of even a small planet yet.
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>From: "Cass Silva" <silva_cass@yahoo. com>
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>Sent: Wednesday, September 30, 2009 7:41:35 PM GMT -08:00 US/Canada Pacific
>Subject: Theos-World Nibura
>http://www.youtube. com/watch? v=wTlqtoQf3Ik& feature=related
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