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Is Second Sun Nibiru Responsible For The Heating of The Solar System?

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It has not been difficult rocket science for me to equate recent reports of our entire solar system, including every planet in it, recording noticeable increases in surface temperatures, with the growing proximity of a second sun, aka Nibiru, aka a brown dwarf sun, as it’s orbit comes closer to our own. I have always had the gut instinct that the phenomenon of “global warming” had nothing to do with industrial exhaust or automobile fumes. If you want to know what’s causing global warming, look to the heavens, where a ‘soon to arrive’ celestial visitor approaches, carrying with it excess heat, it’s own personal debris field, a small entourage of orbiting satellites and increasing surface temperatures for every planet in our own solar system. I am not a scientist, but I’m sorry – this is not rocket science. This is actual good old fashioned common sense, along with a healthy dose of shaman’s precognition and intuition. Here are some corroborating links and videos below.

Chase Kyla Hunter

Watch for more video reports from David Wilcock coming soon.

This NASA article looked like disinformation to me. It does not seem a plausible explanation.

Extraterrestrial Global Warming: Watts Up With That?

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“After temperature sensors were planted on the moon, you see, they reported an upward trend year after year. Too much CO2 up there?”

Source: http://www.diviner.ucla.edu/docs/2650.pdf

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