I don't know if anyone else has seen the reports that have started circulating widely just today; but I personally think we're being set up, and that it's a last-minute disinfo campaign about which I expect to see more in mainstream news soon.
Here's how I discovered it.
I noticed in a science blog an "out of the blue" article stating that Earth has multiple moons:
Earth Has More Than One Moon, Astronomers Confirm
Moderators Note: The 1st article says "At any given time, there should be at least one natural Earth satellite of 1-meter diameter orbiting the Earth," Granvik writes." So this is a ROCK, not a Moon.
Then came the article stating that Australians reported actually SEEING a second moon on December 20th!
In the new study, astrophysicists at Cornell claim that this little moon was not an anomaly as these asteroids come and go so often it means our planet always has a temporary second moon.
How does a seemingly innocent astrophysics article about tiny asteroids sharing the Moon’s orbit go viral and appear on spoof sites showing TWO Moons in the sky? The astrophysics article states that debris or asteroids, no more than a meter in diameter, have been found sharing the Moon’s orbit on occasion. But the headlines scream TWO MOONS. This is a trend encouraged by those who would confuse the public about the presence of Planet X until the last minute. They hope to confuse the public, for whom they have great distain, assuming that no more than a headline would be read by the poor dumb working brutes the elite consider their slave class.
Not only the Second Sun, caused by sunlight bouncing off the dust cloud closely shrouding Planet X, has appeared in the skies. The Monster persona, where light rays heading away from Planet X or its Moon Swirls or from the Dark Twin are bent back toward Earth by Earth’s gravity, thus giving the appearance that the source of the light is HUGE, a Monster. Yes, as large as the Moon, perhaps. The clue that this is a disinformation campaign lies in the multitude of sources for this disinformation, ALL publishing a confusing headline, ALL claiming TWO MOONS in the headline. This is not a coincidence. This is a deliberate campaign.