The Zetas have predicted "Great Clarity" since this new phase began in early 2021. Let the clarity emerge!

SOZT The past couple months have been a phase shift toward clarity for those scanning the skies for evidence of the Nibiru complex. The Red Dust is charged, and thus seeks to cling to Nibiru or its Moon Swirls, even creating magnetic fields around these elements. Having the complex clouded by this Red Dust was considered inevitable. When out in space, this Red Dust would drag behind Nibiru, but when Nibiru slowed for his passage past the Sun it caught up to Nibiru and enveloped Nibiru and its moons in this fog.

Then in early 2019 the Petrol Bubbles arrived, though hints had been in view prior to that in Alberto’s photos. The Red Dust had arrived much earlier, being a fine dust and thus easily blown about, and also being magnetically charged being attracted to Earth’s magnetic field. The Lomonosov explosions on the surface of the upper atmosphere were captured on satellite images in February, 2019 and the Petrol Bubbles were appearing in a puzzled Alberto’s photos as dark smudges.  

Meanwhile, the fine Red Dust that clung to Nibiru and its Moon Swirls forced the use of filters for red spectrum light. Where these red smudges were found, there would be the bully magnet Nibiru or its moons. What changed over the past few months? The wafting tail, full of Red Dust and Petrol Masses, was blown close enough to the Earth to remove the Red Dust as a factor. The Red Dust was absorbed into the Petrol Masses - trapped there by the oil. Where the former view was blurred by a layer of Red Dust and then a layer of Petrol Bubbles, it now had been swept clean of the Red Dust.

In this new environment, a new view of Nibiru and its Moon Swirls and individual moons in a String of Pearls has emerged. Great clarity will be provided, especially as Nibiru continues to approach the Earth. The Red Dust would form into magnetic fields, which will now be absent from view.  Location vis-a-vis the Sun and general shape and size will be a clue. In the case of these recent photos provided by Marty, this is clearly a String of Pearls in apparent rapid motion. The motion is a factor of the Earth wobble, as it is the Earth that is moving. EOZT

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Comment by Rodney E. Langley on November 13, 2021 at 11:04pm

James of Idaho has a photo from 7 November which reminded me of Jose Escamilla and the New Mexico Rods.

The Rods have actually been recorded worldwide, but the comparison is available at this reference website and gives a remarkably similar picture of what seems to have been captured on film by James of Idaho?

UFO - Ufology - Flying Rods of Jose Escamilla (

Comment by Juan F Martinez on November 13, 2021 at 3:04am
Comment by Mario Valencia-Rojas on November 7, 2021 at 10:55pm

Comment by James of Idaho on November 7, 2021 at 10:21pm

Nov. 7th , 2021 SE Idaho - 1:41PM We get to see a section of the moon swirl tube illuminate as it moves in the sky with these 2 images . In the one pic we see shrouded in the haze of chemtrails and charged iron oxide particles from Nibiru what I believe to be PX

Comment by Nancy Lieder on November 6, 2021 at 11:54am

Alberto sends telescopic lens snaps showing how the Petrol blocks the Sun! 

Comment by James of Idaho on November 5, 2021 at 6:52pm

Nov. 5th 2021   Satellite image of Nibiru from space .  I enhanced in neon for better image viewing .

Comment by Mario Valencia-Rojas on November 4, 2021 at 3:47am

November 2,2021 around sunset at Siesta Key
photo Credits to Micheal Santana

Comment by Mario Valencia-Rojas on November 3, 2021 at 2:50am

Comment by Mario Valencia-Rojas on November 3, 2021 at 2:13am

Comment by Juan F Martinez on October 25, 2021 at 2:35am

Ontario, Canada 10/23/2021

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