Please Place your Planet X Related Captures Here

Due to the expectation of increased "Signs in the sky",

this post was created to collect videos and photos of Planet X and other related effects for better organization.
Please save your images and videos here, that other members can help with further analysis.

Always provide a source for the images you post, and if you are the source please provide the date, time and general location of your photos & videos.

Related Informations:

Planet X Personas

Second Sun

Shrouded Monster

Planet X Moon Swirls [2]

Earthquake Lights

Earthquake Clouds

Neon Swirls

Electromagnetic Swirls

Radar Circles

The Dark Twin

Dead on and Deadly

Additional Informations from the F.A.Q:
Q: What is Planet X/ Nibiru ..?
More info:

Q: How does the path of Planet X/ Nibiru looks like?

Q: What is the "Earth Wobble"?

Q: Why is Planet X/ Nibiru not always visible in the sky?

Planet X is seen most readily at sunrise or sunset, when light in the red spectrum curves over the horizon and the glare of white light is reduced. Red light bends most readily, and the charged dust cloud shrouding Planet X is composed primarily of red iron oxide particles.[...] The Zetas are frequently asked to pinpoint the spot where Planet X could be sighted, but it is a complicated picture! - Read more:
▪ Funnled MoonSwirls [Link]
▪ When can Planet X be seen naked eye? [Link]
▪ Amateur images [Link]
▪ Second Sun in the Clouds [Link]
▪ Second Sun Visibility [Link]

Please place SOHO & STEREO and Magnetosphere images here



Comment by stephan grumbach on May 5, 2011 at 10:03am

Easy Lens Flare Testing

1.)  Make an image with your camera and identify supposed objects

2.) Start to move your finger from the sun side over the sun in front of your camera,

 3.) until your finger covers the sun, if the dot disappears it is a flare if not it is an object.  4.) Move your finger from the flare/object side to the sun if the dot appears in front of your finger it is a flare


Easy Reflection Testing


Beware of the Glare

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Comment by Juan F Martinez on May 4, 2019 at 4:26am

Sumatra, INDONESIA 5-1-2019 

Comment by Nancy Lieder on May 3, 2019 at 6:07pm

Alberto's latest. I think Nibiru is more or less at the 8 o'clock position but hard to tell as Alberto notes, a blast all around. Hosing right at us. 


Comment by Nancy Lieder on May 1, 2019 at 11:16am

Alaberto's latest: 4/30/2019 15:30. Looks like Nibiru is not so much in the center, in the middle of the eddy flow, after those last 2 days. Now it is off to the side slightly, again. Adjusted. Was a lurch and a lurch back a bit. 

Comment by Juan F Martinez on April 27, 2019 at 6:40pm

NEW ZEALAND Nibiru crossing in front of the sun causing an eclipse? The sky goes dark while the sun is overhead and reflecting on the water - two different cameras in the same area. Lake Dunstan & Port Nelson, NZ (via Lookr)  4-26-2019

Comment by Nancy Lieder on April 27, 2019 at 4:35pm

Alberto's latest. Not photo taken at 3:30 pm has Nibiru at the 7 o'clock location due to the Earth wobble tilt.

This image shows Nibiru HUGE, supplanting the Sun for a bit, and with horns! The aspect has changed! What could this mean?

Comment by Juan F Martinez on April 25, 2019 at 3:23am

Canadian Woman Captures Mysterious Sunset Photo And Even Weather Experts Can't Figure It Out !

Our world is full of weird and inexplicable phenomenons, especially when it comes to outer space. The most recent one is this photo of a mysterious sun phenomenon captured by a Manitoulin Island woman. The picture even has weather experts online stumped.

The photo in question was taken by Christine McNaughton, from Manitoulin Island, which is located in the northern part of Lake Huron. On Twitter McNaughton goes by @chancesmommy. She's a digital strategist with a decent online following of almost 20,000 people on Twitter alone.

Some of her recent Twitter photos are garnering attention for just how mysterious they are. Taken on the evening of April 23, they show a seemingly normal sunset over McNaughton's farm on Manitoulin Island, but if you look at the sun, it's definitely not normal.

Instead of just the bright orange ball of sun, we are used to seeing, this time there are a series of rings or halos around the sun, making it look like a bright red bullseye. To make it even more mysterious, when you look closely, the rings actually look like rainbows around the sun.

Then she decided to reach out to weather experts and news outlets to see if they could help identify what this weird and mysterious sun phenomenon was.

However, even a Weather Network meteorologist, Chris Murphy admitted he was stumped by the photo. In a tweet responding to McNaughton he said, "I've never seen

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Comment by Juan F Martinez on April 20, 2019 at 3:28am
Giant Planet Above Earth Captured by Amateur Photographer Hungarian amateur photographer Ivan Eder captured the picture of what seems to be a planet while photographing the Moon in Budapest.

In the picture, a strange planet appears against the background of the Moon, which means that is extremely close to our planet. Eder thoroughly studied the image but could not find any logical explanation to it.   When Eder made public the image on the World Wide Web, conspirators immediately associated that planet with legendary Nibiru.  According to Eder, he didn’t notice anything unusual during the shooting, and he doesn’t know if what he captured is a defection of the camera or a real thing..


Comment by Nancy Lieder on April 9, 2019 at 2:49pm

Alberto's latest, taken 

2019/04/09. 9:00

Comment by Nancy Lieder on April 8, 2019 at 6:13pm

Alberto's latest, Multicolored wonder. 

Comment by Juan F Martinez on March 30, 2019 at 6:48pm

HAWAII Hapuna Beach Sunset Posted on 2019/03/29

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