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?

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 James of Idaho on March 21, 2024 at 5:06pm

March 19th, 2024   DARK TWIN, Wolf creek pass webcam....,

Comment by Nancy Lieder on September 16, 2023 at 11:58am

What are we seeing here? Wolf Creek, CO. Bottom looks like DT, dramatic top is a lens flare, or something else? 4:21 pm in the afternoon.
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By looking to the right of the setting Sun at 4:21 pm, the camera is capturing the image of the Dark Twin as a direct reflection of an object to the left - approaching from the West along the orbit shared with the Earth. There are two objects to be captured thus – the Monster Persona which is enlarged to appear larger than it is in reality, and the real object larger than Venus but smaller than the Earth’s Moon. The Dark Twin is Earth sized, and if seen without size adjustments would be this large. As was known from the start when the Dark Twin was first sighted,
it is a black hulk and reflects only blue and yellow light. Thus in this capture it appears blue.

Comment by James of Idaho on June 4, 2023 at 6:52am

June 3rd, 2023-Idaho- Dark Twin

Comment by James of Idaho on May 3, 2023 at 10:59pm

May 1st, 2023 -Idaho- The Dark Twin in the western sky after sunset .

Comment by James of Idaho on April 28, 2023 at 8:36am

I have another question if I may for the Zetas .  I took this image and did an infrared enhancement .  Is this showing the debris field around the Dark Twin ?   And if so did the debris come from impacts upon the surface of the Dark Twin ?

Comment by Nancy Lieder on April 27, 2023 at 12:25pm

James, not the size of the Earth's Moon, but debris. 

Comment by James of Idaho on April 27, 2023 at 6:14am

April 26th 2023-Idaho  - A question  for the Zetas ,  does the Dark Twin have any moons ?

Comment by James of Idaho on April 26, 2023 at 6:24am

April 25th 2023-Idaho-The Dark Twin in the western sky .

Comment by Juan F Martinez on January 6, 2023 at 7:51pm

WOW!! Earth's Dark Twin looming close above us and highly visible in Wichita, Kansas 1/4/23.


Comment by Juan F Martinez on November 2, 2022 at 4:11pm

Wolf Creek Pass, Colorado Springs today. Cloud in front, so not a lens flare.

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