Sunday, June 09, 2013

Strange Things Going on in the Sky, All Around the World

Planet X is causing some strange lighting effects in Europe. See next photo for what this town looked like minutes earlier.
This town in Germany is all lit up by a strange white light at 11:30 p.m., 20 minutes before the photo above was taken.

It's 3:40 in the morning on May 5 at this ski resort in Switzerland, but you'd never know it from looking at the mountains. It's as bright as day. LOL! Are we really supposed to believe this is normal?


This photograph was taken at 12:50 a.m. on April 1 in Brombachsee, Germany. See the next photo for comparison.

This photograph was taken 10 minutes later at 1 a.m. The northern sky is all lit up in yellow, five hours after sunset and five hours before sunrise. A second light source must be responsible for this strange phenomenon. 


Something remarkable happened about 7 p.m. on Friday, April 24, when the sun gave birth to the second sun over Greeneville, Tennessee. This phenomenon was visible on several webcams in the Southeast. 

Minutes later, the second sun achieves complete separation from the main sun above. 
The birth of the second sun was also captured more than 100 miles away on this webcam at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. This amazing event took place between 7 and 7:30 p.m. on Friday, April 24, 2015.
The blue moon is visible in the western sky Friday evening, April 24, in Charlotte, North Carolina. Not only is it way more blue than ever before, it was supposed to be less than a half moon that night. If that really is the moon, perhaps it's being illuminated by an additional light source that's sending out blue light.
The southwestern sky is all lit up by the moon at 1 a.m. on April 8 in Oberstdorf, Germany. It's as light as day! The time stamp in the upper left-hand corner is correct. The only possible explanation I can think of for this phenomenon is that there are multiple light sources illuminating the moon these days.
The eastern sky is lit up in orange in Zacatecas, Mexico, at 8:15 p.m. on April 29, 2015. Meanwhile, the sun is busy setting in the west on the other side of the world.
This large celestial object is supposed to be Venus, but I'm not buying it. It's WAY BIGGER than it used to be.
The southeastern sky is all lit up in orange at 2:30 in the afternoon on May 12 at the Neumayer Station on Antarctica. Meanwhile, the sun is getting ready to set behind the camera in the northwest. This means that the sun is not the celestial object that's turning the sky orange in the southeast -- it's Nibiru.
Whoa! Look what's happening on the midnight horizon in this town in Germany. Can Planet X really be months away?
Not even Neumayer Station on Antarctica is immune to the violet light treatment.
Bizarre green and yellow light invaded San Francisco, as seen from the North Bay, on July 24.

The Space Needle in Seattle is surrounded by a strange violet light on the afternoon of July 26.


6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I have noticed that supposed "Venus" lately. I don't think it's normal either. It's way too bright and too big to be Venus. I also think when you read about the number of geological disasters going on in the media it's too odd all these catastrophe s are happening "now" why "now"?. I don't remember America having this many catastrophes growing up. But in the past several years it seems to be heating up to a good boil. I remember when Mt st Helens exploded. That was big news. People picked up ashes for keepsakes. Maybe one of these days mt rainier will go too. As well as a variety more along the Pacific ring of fire. Now the major disaster in Nepal. I believe your article mentions the decrease of the Himalayas. How crazy. That should speak volumes. "Something" really crazy is coming.

Sarah Ibarra said...

Thank you for posting all of this info!!

Ray Mellas said...

Hey, this is the best up-to-the-minute compilation of the Nibiru situation, that I have had the pleasure of taking in.'
Thank you most kindly for posting this important news!
Do you suppose it could be leaked to, say...the L.A. times?
tx again.

blessings,
ray mellas

brussellsprout said...

Thanks, Ray. Somebody has to tell the truth about this subject, right? Too bad it won't be the L.A. Times.

elizabeth kosanke said...

I've seen the orange eastern sky phenomenon at sunset here in Kenya too recently, though not every day. I even took photos to send to my brother who is also very keen on the two Suns theory. I think soon everyone will know about it.

muasya said...

Strange lights in the sky just now in Kenya. Like someone is using a strong flashlight in the sky