During the total Solar Eclipse on August 21, 2017 Nibiru and
its Moon Swirls made an appearance. Juan in Lancaster,
Pennsylvania caught Nibiru at the 5 o’clock position to
the Sun. A distinct Nibiru! The timing was late, the photo time
stamped 2:56 pm when totality was supposed to occur at 2:30 pm.
A ghost of the eclipsed Sun can be seen in these captures,
confirming the degree of totality and the angle of light coming
from the Sun. Nibiru showed up on other private captures
too, at the 5
o’clock position, confirming Juan’s capture.
When the glare of the Sun was removed by the Eclipse, the Moon
Swirls of Nibiru showed up as they do in filtered photos below
and to the left and then above the Sun. This can be seen in a National
Geographic photo taken from a plane, when no clouds are
evident, and when the glare at the left side of the Sun is
reduced by the Eclipse in a photo from Tampa, Florida. There
should be less glare from the Sun on the left side of the Sun,
in Tampa, yet when the Sun is darkened, thus more is revealed.
Though NASA used filters strong enough to block out the stars, a
red light peeked around the edge of the Moon at the 3 o’clock
position where no sunspot or CME existed on the placid Sun, per
a photo from WLOS in North
Carolina. Likewise on the left of the Sun, where the Moon Swirls
of Nibiru waft. If this light is not coming from the Sun, then
it is coming from Nibiru and its Moon Swirls!
Steve Olsen streamed
live from his home located at an eastern Oregon/western
Idaho area. The eclipse was right on schedule for that location,
totality arriving at 10:28 PDT. A distinct blush where the Moon
reduced the glare of the Sun is evident, first on the left hand
side where the Moon Swirls ride, then at the 5 o’clock position
to the Sun, where Nibiru is located in the view from the
The ghost image of the eclipsed Sun that appears in many images
was dramatically shown by photos from Malahide, Ontario, as most
of them have a double
ghost. The filter used was a welders lens, which often filters
out evidence of Nibiru as well as the glare of the Sun. But
evidence of Nibiru at the 5 o’clock position to the Sun is
there, as is the drifting tail wafting to the left of Nibiru. As
noted in a photo from Grand Blanc, Michigan the totality was
greater north of the predicted path, as these photo from Ontario
show a greater totality than expected.
A series of unfiltered photos from Denver, Colorado show what a
close examination can reveal. At first glance, nothing seems to
be there, but when checked after a color invert, or if hue
enhanced, there lies Nibiru and a distinct Moon Swirl. Nibiru
shows a shadow away from the Sun side, showing it lies between
the Earth and Sun and somewhat to the right. The Moon Swirl
shows up distinctly on a color inversion, showing that the
entire swirl is emitting light, not sunlight reflecting off
Due to the Earth wobble, which shoves the globe into a Figure 8
daily, the path of the eclipse was not likely to be as
predicted. Tacoma, Washington is near the Seattle area, and not
in the path of 100% totality. Yet in photos from Tacoma the
totality seems almost complete, and the Moon is eclipsing the
Sun in a straight left to right manner whereas in the Madras,
Oregon area, the Moon is eclipsing the Sun atop the Sun, not
straight on. The path is wrong.
- Millions Watching Eclipse as Totality
Sweeps Eastwards across the US in Celestial
August 21, 2017
- The total solar eclipse began in
Oregon at just after 9am PDT where the moon is slowly
making its way across the sun, blocking it completely
within a few minutes. Oregon has caught its first glimpse
of the celestial event-of-a-lifetime, as it begins to
sweep across the US. A shot of the eclipse taken from
Madras, Oregon, at around 9.25am PDT.
In photos from Grand Blanc, Michigan at 2:21 pm, the eclipse has
more totality than
expected, and looked to the photographer like a Zeta face
winking. In a photo capture from Tampa, Florida at 2:03
pm, the eclipse can clearly be seen in a camera ghost of the
Sun, but totality is less
than expected. The photographer was confused by the ghost
image, a camera lens effect, as it looked like a crescent Moon.
- Look what I caught. I saw the (to
me) Zeta face when I was taking the pics. I didn't realize
this until I looked at it later. The sun and moon
eclipsing in one eye with a hand shadow with long fingers.
- This pic was taken by our son
walking home from school. He asked me if that was the moon
in the sky. Look closely it's partially obscured by
something. Wasn't sure what it is. This was taken about
2:00-2:03 as he was walking home.
A report from Davidson,
North Carolina shows the eclipse as reflected on the
garage. The angle is wrong, as the Moon should be showing the
Sun above the Moon,
but the Sun instead is seen below
- Here are photos I took during the
height of the Eclipse in Davidson NC. If you zoom in, I
captured the reflection of the eclipse on back of my
Aware that the path and degree of totality were skewing as the
Eclipse moved across the continent, conservative North Carolina
took steps to avoid showing this. Franklin, North Carolina is on
the border of North Carolina and Georgia, where totality was
expected. WLOS, ABC News 13 out
of Ashville, chose to show NASA photos rather than local photos,
though it appears such local photos would have been available.
Instead, they emphasized rain that fell elsewhere.
Expectations were being lowered going into the August 21, 2017
Eclipse. The public was told to expect heavy traffic and bad
weather and to be cautious about looking at the sky even if it
is cloudy. The public is being encouraged to stay home and watch
on TV, the eclipse streamed from elsewhere, including from a
balloon in the sky which could be moved if the wobble affects
the path. During a presentation by the Eclipse
Across America group, the speakers kept doing a Freudian
Slip, inserting October 20 as the date instead of August 21. The
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- Oregon is hosting dozens of
festivals, which is quickly mounting to a headache for
local residents in small towns not prepared for millions
of visitors. Parts of Middle Tennessee are within the path
of totality, which means thousands of people will have
flocked to the region. The TDOT is concerned that people
might stop in the middle of the road to watch the eclipse.
Next week's solar eclipse will be streamed live online for
the first time, from the vantage point of helium-filled
balloons across the United States, providing the public
with sky-high views as the moon blocks the sun.
is not NASA or any official government agency speaking. They
have heard discussion about the path on August 21 not being
correct, but more akin to the path that might be expected on
October 20. The Northern Hemisphere normally tilts away from
the Sun as the Fall progresses, with the Sun dropping lower on
the southern horizon as Winter approaches. With the daily
Earth wobble, the magnetic N Pole gets a push away when the
Sun is high over the Pacific. This is when the magnetic N
Pole, now over Siberia, looms up over the horizon. Thus for
the East Coast of the US, the globe may get a push skewing the
path at this time. The path may run lower, and this occur for
much of the US as well. These individuals on the video did not
get an explanation for this rumor, nor confirmation or denial,
so are in a knot about it.
The Solar Eclipse of August 21, 2017 did a rapid race across the
continent, with exacting times and locations for the path of
totality known. Because of the Earth wobble, the globe is in the
process of dropping the N Pole when the Sun is over the N
American Continent. Thus the path was wrong, giving better
totality to those above the predicted path, and less totality
for those below the predicted path.
- Moon Begins Blotting out the Sun in
Historic US Eclipse
August 21, 2017
- Scientists said Monday’s total
eclipse would cast a shadow that would race 2,600 miles
(4,200 kilometers) through 14 states, entering near
Lincoln City, Oregon, at 1:16 p.m. EDT, moving diagonally
across the heartland over Casper, Wyoming, Carbondale,
Illinois, and Nashville, Tennessee, and then exiting near
Charleston, South Carolina, at 2:47 p.m. EDT. Shawnee
National Forest in southern Illinois was in line to see
the longest stretch of darkness: 2 minutes and 44 seconds.
Chemtrails were being heavily sprayed, as was noted on a GodlikeProduction
message board. Another GodlikeProduction
thread noted that the NASA feed and other live feeds were
dropping or cutting out at crucial moments. It seems they only
wanted to public to see their packaged conclusions, not reality.
The path was not correct, thus the percent of totality predicted
was not correct, and yes, Nibiru did show up!
- Woke up to a mess of chemtrails
here in KY.
NE Washington, looks like it will be clear with a little
bit of chemtrail haze left over from yesterday when they
were out in full force.
Doesn't it seem like the chemtrails are a bit worse today
- Every news feed in the UK cut
away from the final slither of sunlight straight to NASA's
live feed of totality.
Any television station under the shadow will have a feed.
We are 11 min. shadow time before Charleston, SC!
Every camera cut out on the moment of totality even Slooh
feed glitched for the full 2 minutes the only live one was
a NASA feed.
Even the live feed just now on Sky did the same.
In Salt Lake City I only saw about 60% eclipse rather than
the 93% advertised prior?
How much of the Nibiru complex did the Main Stream Media allow?
They predictably played it safe, although a hint of the
brightness where the Moon Swirls ride was allowed in a Fox News
photo. NBC had an interactive map of images sent in by the
public, which was primarily of the crowds wearing glasses. Of
course, these shared cell phone images were carefully selected
to exclude any real evidence of Nibiru. Most media images
provided were from NASA.
- Total Solar Eclipse: Things to Know
August 22, 2017
- Unless you are flying a fighter
jet, you won't be able to follow the shadow, which will be
traveling at almost 3,000 miles per hour when it enters
the US and then slow to nearly 1,500 mph when it traverses
- Spectacular Photos of the Eclipse
Captured by Viewers Across the Country
August 21, 2017
- Below is a map of real-time
Instagram uploads by folks who had the best seats in the
house. Click on the dots to see what people saw through
their smartphone lenses.
- Solar Eclipse: The Big Event is
August 21, 2017
- Americans with telescopes,
cameras and protective glasses staked out viewing spots
along a narrow corridor from Oregon to South Carolina to
watch the moon blot out the midday sun Monday in what
promises to be the most observed and photographed eclipse