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Pareidolia: the tendency to perceive a specific, often meaningful image in a random or ambiguous visual pattern. This is off the topic of Planet X and related news but I’ll allow it because it’s my site. I saw that someone has listed for sale on eBay what is purportedly the face of Jesus on a small piece of wood. I will … Continue reading
I was recently contacted by Christ Mariotti, a member of the noir rock band Edgar Allan Poets, who stated they are fans of Planet X News and that they just released a music video in an attempt to promote awareness of Planet X / Nibiru. The video is below. The band’s site is EdgarAllanPoets.com. Rock on!
By Bradley Scott, PlanetXNews.com Executive Editor Today I received an email from a New York stock trader named David who wanted to make us all aware of a picture Fox Business anchor Maria Bartiromo shared on her Twitter page (@MariaBartiromo) on New Year’s Eve 2015 (view Tweet). David stated that he thought it was odd that she shared that particular … Continue reading
By Bradley Scott, PlanetXNews.com Executive Editor “All truth passes through three stages: First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.” – Arthur Schopenhauer Has Planet X / Nibiru finally, undeniably been captured on video? Purported pictures and videos of Planet X are posted online all the time. Nobody pays a lot of attention, … Continue reading
By Bradley Scott, PlanetXNews.com Executive Editor For about the last month, PlanetXnews.com has been under targeted attack by a person or group. It began with numerous site crashes. And when the site wasn’t crashing, it was loading very slowly, making the user experience almost unbearable and also making it incredibly difficult to post articles. On August 6th, we posted a … Continue reading
By B. Scott, PlanetXNews.com Executive Editor While the primary focus of PlanetXNews.com is just what the header states (“News about Planet X and its possible effects on our weather and world”), we do regularly repost articles of a bizarre or extreme nature — i.e. “X” news. Regular readers of this site will also note that this is the first time … Continue reading