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Fifty-six satellites monitoring Nibiru now
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02-13-2018 05:57 AM

 



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shocked1 Fifty-six satellites monitoring Nibiru now
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Fifty-six satellites in Nibiru-centric orbit are currently observing the Nibiru system, says Russian astronomer and Nibiru whistle-blower Dr. Dyomin Damir Zhakarovich. Six nations, he says, operate the satellites: The United States and Russia control the majority; China has five; and Israel, Australia, and India, and Japan compose the difference. The nations independently built and attenuated the spacecraft to monitor the approach of a brown dwarf star and several orbiting planets that, Zhakarovich says, will intersect our inner solar system on a future date.

According to Dr. Zhakarovich, who worked for the Russian Space Agency and before that the Soviet Space Program, some satellites represent new ventures into surveying Nibiru while others were launched to replace existing ones that had exhausted fuel supplies or taken damage from floating space debris. The United States and The Soviet Union initiated the program in the mid-1980s and later shared Nibiru data with nations favorable to their respective agendas.

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http://www.someonesbones.com/uncategoriz...ng-nibiru/

Summary: Nibiru is getting closer but even the best minds in the world can't use technology correctly to predict an accurate date of arrival.
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