The Nebra sky disk and Planet X / Nibiru
A 12-inch bronze disk, the Nebra sky disk, may be the key to determining the last recorded time in history that Planet X flew by Earth. The disk is bronze and inlaid with gold. The sky disk of Nebra was found near Europe’s oldest observatory in Goseck (Germany).
The story of the disk is an unconventional discovery. It was found in 1999 by German treasure hunters using metal detectors inside an ancient forest. However, German law dictates that all such relics are state property. Instead of turning it in, they attempted to sell it on the international market in 2002. Working for the Swiss government, archaeologist Harald Meller posed as a straw buyer. The disk was then seized by authorities.
The oldest known image of the cosmos
It contains symbols including the sun, the moon and the constellations Pleiades, Capricorn, Perseus and Gemini. The disk reflects the sun in the position of a solar eclipse. What is causing the eclipse? It’s not the moon, which is on the opposite side of where it should be located. The best deductive logic is that an unknown near-Earth object is causing the eclipse.
The 32-centimeter disk weighs approximately two kilograms and is decorated with gold leaf symbols reflecting the four planets Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Mercury. Using modern-day astronomical software, we can plot the actual day and hour the disk was produced. The result is April 6, 1810 BCE at 8:30 AM. The disk was thus created during the Bronze Age, 3,826 years ago.
There is a curve bar at the bottom of the river bank – the Saale River – which still currently exists. Much of the disk’s current coloration is green, due to a tarnishing effect. The discovery site is a prehistoric enclosure in the Ziegelroda Forest, known by the name of Mittelberg or “central hill,” located 60 kilometers west of Leipzig. The treasure hunters stated it was found within a pit in the forest near the ancient Goseck observatory.
A very interesting point discovered upon examination is that the disk reflects the constellation Orion at the very bottom. Orion should not have been observable from that location in Germany at that time. The nearest location from which it could have been observed is Luxor, Egypt, further adding to the mystery. The only logical conclusion is that the 26- to 30-degree difference is accounted for by a simultaneous pole shift.
The mystery-shrouded sky disk of Nebra is thus an advanced astronomical clock. It’s a compendium of knowledge from the earliest times. It gives us the best proof of the existence and passage of Planet X in the ancient world. The purpose of the sky disk is no longer a matter of speculation; it is the oldest visual representation of the sky in existence and it postulates the approach of a near-Earth object, causing the daytime eclipse, as well as causing a major pole shift that has just occurred – 3,826 years ago.
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