Our Planet X 101 series offers comprehensive information about the approach of the Planet X system and what that means for humanity in the years to come.
Based on science, hard data and years of observations, this is the fastest and simplest way to immerse yourself in the topic.
Watching the complete series takes approximately 3.5 hours and the depth of information presented is the equivalent of a personal research effort, of three years or more.
May 30, 2014 [0:19:59]
This video features an in-depth analysis of fireball observation statistical trends as published by the American Meteor Society (AMS). What you will see is a clear upward trend in large fireballs and bolides that has been steadily building since 2009. Given that oceans cover 71% of the Earth's surface, if this trend does not reverse itself soon, it is likely that we will witness a deep impact event in the near future. Such events generate catastrophic tsunamis such as the one depicted in the film Deep Impact (1998).
June 8, 2014 [0:42:09]
We present several observations of two bodies in the Planet X system. Nemesis the small brown dwarf companion to our own sun and it's outermost orbital, Nibiru (Planet X, Hercobulus.) Nibiru has been imaged from surveillance cameras in Costa Rica since 2010 and in this video, observations in the USA from 2013 and 2014 are also presented. All of these observations place these two bodies in this system in or near the constellation Ophiuchus, exactly as predicted by Nostradamus.