Are there two instances of String of Pearls? This latest by Alberto seems to show the usual cluster of moons close to Nibiru, where the String of Pearls has been found recently on Alberto’s photos, but yet another in a Boomerang shape flung up in the tail on the left! Both have shown up together in the recent past, in 2014 and 2016.
As our early description of the Moon Swirls stated, the Moons are simultaneously trying to cluster together, due to gravity draw, while keeping each other at a distance due to the Repulsion Force. As the Nibiru complex draws closer, the moons themselves become more defined. Yes, there is more than one String of Pearls, the first ranging closer to Nibiru itself and another, which Nancy aptly termed the Boomerang, flung at a distance. The Boomerang shows the string collapsing upon itself, as moons along the string reach across as well as along the string, thus the appearance of a V.