Flaming green fireballs flung at Earth courtesy of Planet X (Nibiru)?

  • Why so many green fireballs whizzing through Earth’s skies now?
  • Do these green fireballs ever hit Earth? You bet!
  • Did Russia have a close call with an incoming fireball in 2013? You bet!
  • What is the likelihood of Earth being hit by more of these green fireballs?
  • What is the difference between meteors and green fireballs? 

Green fireballs composite

Is Planet X (Nibiru) the source of these green fireballs? You bet!

Planet X (Nibiru) periodically transits this part of our solar system every 3,657 years. It has been transiting the inner solar system since 2003. Trailing behind it is a massive debris tail that consists of moons, boulders, gravel, dust and other trash caught in its gravitational field and strung out behind it like a string of pearls. This debris tail is now impacting Earth,

When this debris tail first started to arrive in Earth’s atmosphere, the powers that be (TPTB) explained it away as “just space junk” or debris from “satellites smashing together.” But now the number of green fireballs whizzing through the skies, as well as striking Earth, has increased exponentially, and TPTB are silent.

They are witnessed around the world, regularly. Here is a brief current sampling:

  • San Diego, California, August 2017: Fireball makes bright flash over San Diego briefly turning the night sky to a greenish-white.
  • Greenville, South Carolina, July 2017: A green fireball was seen over the Southeast; dozens of reports poured in from North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee, just after 10 p.m.
  • South Africa, June 2017: Bright green fireballs witnessed just before sunrise; one huge fireball may have even hit Earth, as one witness claimed, saying the earth shook following a loud bang.

Is there a difference between meteors and green fireballs? You bet!

Meteors are small bodies of matter from outer space that become incandescent as a result of friction when entering Earth’s atmosphere. They appear as a streak of white light that fizzle out quickly and usually cannot be seen during the day.

Green fireballs have copper or nickel in their composition and burn up green (or blue-green), unlike meteors that quickly burn up white. Green fireballs also last much longer than meteors do. They are so bright, they can be seen day or night, often turning night into day. They are the result of boulders or other trash slung at Earth from the debris tail of Planet X (Nibiru).

In the US, green fireballs have been witnessed by many crossing several states (frequently travelling in a northwest to southeast direction) and trailing tails of fire that stretch out behind them for what can be miles. They sometimes explode with sharp booms that shake the earth.

Did a fireball almost take out a Russian settlement?  You bet!?

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In February 2013, a gigantic 10-ton fireball streaked at supersonic speed over Russia’s Ural Mountains, setting off blasts that injured nearly 1,100 people and panicked countless more.

At the time, Znak, a local liberal paper in Yekaterinburga, Russia, reported the “fireball was intercepted by an air defense unit at the Urzhumka settlement near Chelyabinsk.” Per a military source,”a missile salvo blew the fireball to pieces at an altitude of about 12.4 miles (20 kilometers).”

Regnum News Agency, a Russian non-governmental, nationwide online news service, quoted a military source who claimed “the vapor condensation trail of the fireball speaks to the fact that the fireball was intercepted by air defenses and was in fact a fireball.” NASA and its Russian equivalent, Roscosmos, confirmed that this was, in fact, a fireball.

So heads up everyone. Keep your eyes on the skies – green fireballs incoming!

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