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TradCatKnight: Nibiru fragment to strike Earth before main impact in October of 2017?

Monday, January 16, 2017 16:17
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Nibiru fragment to strike Earth before main impact in October of 2017?

Nibiru fragment to strike Earth before main impact in October of 2017?

NASA identified a rogue celestial object hurtling toward Earth at an alarming 26,000 miles per hour:
It is part of the pre-Planet X entourage, arriving earlier than the main system.
The object, dubbed 2016 WF9, was detected by NASA’s asteroid- and comet-hunting NEOWISE project on 27 November 2016.
It is roughly 0.3 to 0.6 miles (0.5 to 1 kilometres) across and is in an orbit that takes it on a scenic tour of our solar system.
NASA’s brightest minds have not determined a consensus as to the origin. It doesn’t have the normal gas and dust cloud that defines a comet. They believe it will skirt by the earth the first week of February, but whistle-blower Dyomin Damir Zakharovich, a Russian astronomer, believes it will strike the earth on February 16, 2017.
“NASA is lying through its teeth,” Dr. Zakharovich said. “It is not conceivable that they do not know the truth. We have seen the data! The object they call WF9 left the Nibiru system in October when Nibiru began spinning counter clockwise around the sun. Since then, NASA has known it will hit Earth. But they are only telling people now. And telling lies. That they call it 2016 WF9 proves they are lying. If they just discovered it yesterday, it would have a 2017 prefix.”
According to Dr. Zakharovich, 2016 WF9 was one of millions of asteroids in orbit around Nibiru in a cosmic whirlpool. Occasionally, the asteroids collide, and they are ejected from their path ahead of time.
Dr. Zakharovich said, 2016 WF9 was jettisoned directly toward Earth. Using the “slingshot effect,” it first doubled speed circling the brown dwarf star, then doubled that speed to the third power when it spun behind the dark side of the sun, propelling it toward Earth at high velocities.
Dr. Zakharovich said:
“The Nibiru system is filled with asteroids and dust. It was only a matter of time before one was hurled in our direction. The object is larger than NASA says. Our preliminary data suggested a 2.2km asteroid that will have no problem penetrating the atmosphere without burning up.”
He says the asteroid is composed of hardened tritium encased in a nickel-iron core; essentially making it invulnerable to the thermal shielding that normally protects our planet from space-borne objects.
If this is true, then the impact scenario is widespread devastation, with the force a 3,000 megaton atomic weapon.  This can obliterate large cities and create worldwide tsunamis.
Dr. Zakharovich further said:
“And this is just a precursor to the damage Nibiru will cause when it gets here. NASA probably knows the impact zone. I do not. We are all in peril.”
If this is not true, the February event could be misinformation or disinformation, just prior to the real event – be on the lookout. The theory is quite plausible, regardless of the exact timing. There are objects around the Nibiru system that can behave just as this individual proposed. Before 2017 ends, Wormwood will arrive. This is what Father Malachi Martin, a Vatican insider, told Art Bell on Coast to Coast AM in 1997. And this is what all current intelligence reports and sources, including Major Ed Dames, are telling us.

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