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Mystery Winged Fireball 2011

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A still photo from the South America video captures the double fiery tail, shows the central fiery disc. This object, whatever it is, fits the ancient classical descriptions and renderings of Nibiru perfectly. Is this the first clear sighting of Nibiru as seen from the southern continents of earth? If so, this still photo may go into the history books. If not, then we have a strange aerial “copycat object” which has been recorded, which is, in and of itself, an odd and ominous fact.

When I saw this video and paused to get the still image screen shot, my jaw hit the floor, I have to admit. I have been writing and warning about Nibiru for five years. One of the main reasons I write about this astronomy topic is because I believe the bible prophecies about the coming Nibiru and Elenin, which are scattered all throughout the Old and New Testaments.

Here is the photo.

Urgent message to readers:  I would like to repeat that there is NO official confirmation from any astronomy institution or observatory that the striking bright red-orange fiery aerial anomaly videotaped below is either Elenin or Nibiru.

That having been said, it’s ominous, because this object fits the classical and far ancient descriptions of Nibiru to the letter. If this is not a “fiery winged disc” then what is?

As seen from South America:

As seen from Melbourne Australia:

As seen from Auckland New Zealand:

Video of large flaming meteorite for use in comparison:

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