Is this the Dark Twin on this Italy webcam? Looking West at 22:00 hours on September 1 and 2, it shows up two days in a row, then briefly on August 25 when the Moon is not in the skies at all. Why does the Dark Twin bounce around and why is it illuminated mostly on one side? http://www.foto-webcam.ch/webcam/pognana1/#/2014/09/01/2200

We predicted that the Dark Twin would try to pass the Earth in their shared orbit, moving out further into space and sliding behind the Earth. The Dark Twin is affected by the sweeping arms of the Sun, forever pushed forward in their shared orbit. But unlike the Earth the Dark Twin is not a magnetic planet, and thus is not caught in the grip of Planet X as firmly as is the Earth. In these webcam photos, the Dark Twin seems to move about, and this is due to the blooming effect, light pulled toward Earth’s gravity and likely also the Moon’s gravity. 

In that it is seen on August 25, dimly, when the Moon is not in the skies, this is not a ghost of the Moon in the camera. The uneven lighting where one side of the Dark Twin is brighter than another is explained by where reflected light goes. Those light rays reflected back toward Earth come from the side facing Earth, still behind the Earth in their shared orbit. Light rays from the Sun hitting the Dark Twin on the side away from the Earth bounce off into space and thus are only dimly seen from Earth. Where this 2014 view is looking West, the Dark Twin is still not quite directly behind the Earth as yet. 

Source: ZetaTalk Chat Q&A for September 13, 2014

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Comment by Kojima on June 8, 2018 at 2:39pm

I estimated the gap between Earth and Dark Twin by their relative size ratio roughly calculated from the picture taken from ISS showing Earth and Dark Twin.

Earth in the picture: zoom-out, x1/5,15.6 cm (diameter): 78 cm

Dark Twin in the picture: zoom-in, x10, 2 cm (diameter): 0.2 cm

Thus the apparent size ratio viewed from ISS is,

Earth (390) vs Dark Twin (1).

Per the Zetas, the Dark Twin is approximately the same size as the Earth.

So the distance ratio from ISS is,

ISS-Earth (1) vs ISS-Dark Twin (390).

ISS orbital altitude (ISS-Earth): ca 400 km, thus

ISS-Dark Twin: 400 km x 390 = 156,000 km.

Diameter of Earth: 12,752 km (156/12.8 = 12.2)

The gap between Earth and Dark Twin is 156,000 km, which corresponds to approximately 12 earth.

Comment by Poli on June 3, 2018 at 1:30pm

Comment by Nancy Lieder on June 3, 2018 at 12:40pm

Here's more on that Dark Twin capture by the ISS. This shows the Dark Twin slowly dropping below the horizon as the Earth turns EAST in its rotation. 

Comment by Juan F Martinez on May 28, 2018 at 5:00am

Dark Twin by the Moon   May 25, 2018

Video:  https://www.facebook.com/alertamundoenmexico/videos/1528605273935527/

Comment by Juan F Martinez on May 25, 2018 at 5:47am

Looking Northwest from Central Michigan.  Earth's Dark Twin appeared as bright Red-blue planet/star setting rapidly to the West.  I was able to get off a few shots before it quickly disappeared beyond the horizon.  Time was 11:22pm

Comment by Juan F Martinez on February 8, 2018 at 12:53am
Comment by Kojima on November 5, 2017 at 2:07am

GIF-animation of DT presented by Poli

Thanks so much, Poli.

* 2017/08/08: Misty Fjords cam (Dark Twin - persona), [24 flames x 400 ms]


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Comment by Poli on November 1, 2017 at 12:13pm

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Comment by Poli on November 1, 2017 at 10:05am

Discernible - the craters of Dark Twin's "Monster Persona" move with the rotation.

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