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 ..?
http://www.zetatalk.com/science/s58.htm
http://www.zetatalk.com/index/zeta202.htm
http://www.zetatalk.com/science/s04.htm
More info: http://www.zetatalk.com/science/s00.htm

Q: How does the path of Planet X/ Nibiru looks like?
http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/planet-x-path-1

Q: What is the "Earth Wobble"?
http://poleshift.ning.com/forum/topics/explaining-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: http://www.zetatalk.com/newsletr/issue262.htm
▪ 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 Sevan Makaracı on August 1, 2012 at 12:52pm

Capture from heyreh maier's  linked video below (31.07.2012, CA)

Comment by Andrey Eroshin on July 31, 2012 at 12:45pm

One of the moons of the Planet x? Photo taken in Belarus, Zhlobin, on an ordinary photocamera in 9:40 am 30.07.12 date.

Comment by Chris on July 30, 2012 at 8:10am

Photo of some gun totin' dudes in Aleppo, Syria.   1:30 , 4:00 , 6:30 ?

Comment by Chris Harris on July 15, 2012 at 12:10pm

The following capture of a strong moon swirl was taken at Northern NSW at 11:00am [ALL my successful captures have been at this time of 11- 11:30am so bear this in mind fellow Aussies...] this morning, July 15, 2012, using an iPod touch with a single floppy disk filter:

 

note the moon swirl at the 8 oclock position.Minutes later the following capture:

 

 

I then took a video to show that the lens flare moves but the moon swirl is constant, but I am having trouble uploading it. I then realised I could capture the swirl without the filter, although by this time it had moved position:

 

Comment by Lawrence on July 15, 2012 at 4:27am

Madison, WI

7/7/12, sunset

* pix are captures from vdo

** used my polarized sunglasses as a filter

http://s1145.photobucket.com/albums/o504/glaw2012/?action=view&...

 

Comment by Beva on July 14, 2012 at 10:15pm

5 days ago - 13 min
Two Suns Seen In Scotland Two Suns Seen In Scotland Amazing footage of a second sun rising in Scotland

Comment by Nancy Lieder on July 2, 2012 at 4:17pm

@Gisel what makes this such an excellent capture is that Planet X has ITS OWN REFLECTION! Excellent capture. And by moving the camera around during the video, what is a lens flare and what is NOT is so clear.

Nancy's PS ... been watching the video closely and the reflection moves around with the lens flare (where the Moon Swirls, bright around the Sun, do not and are static, real). So, I now think the reflection is not reliable, but is a factor of the lens flare.  Sorry. Was wildly enthusiastic there for a few minutes.

Comment by Recall 15 on July 1, 2012 at 5:35pm

I got some anomalies yesterday, June 30 2012

using 1 layer of floppy disk and a web cam:

Sun DE 23.07

Almost 45 deg NE

Time 7.00am CT, then 7.02am CT



Time 7.22 am

Time: 7.29 am ct

Time 7.38 ct

Comment by Recall 15 on July 1, 2012 at 5:15pm

Here is the image Rebecca:

From link provided by Rebecca

Moderator Comment:  That is likely a contrail. 

http://contrailscience.com/a-problem-of-perspective-in-the-oc-new-y...

See also: ZetaTalk Q&A Chat November 13, 2010

Comment by Jon on June 25, 2012 at 7:23am

Is this a legit capture of PX or just a flare? 4 consecutive shots using my phone camera with one layer of floppy film. I have previously tried using my point and shoot but never got anything except the sun disc, but when I tried my BB Cam I got these...Nancy comment ...

Here is the video taken

http://poleshift.ning.com/video/vid-20120622-00000?xg_source=activity

which shows the bright object to be fixed and legit! Likely a bright Moon Swirl as usually PX itself is not that bright. Moon Swirls are extremely bright when sunlight funnels down the long tube.

The only way to differentiate is to move the camera around, turn it to the side, change the angle, etc and see if the flare MOVES. Or not! And you have done this!

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