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Eyes on the skies: Planet X seen on NASA’s Stereo Ahead image during ISON watch

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What is "that" on NASA’s Stereo Ahead satellite image taken during the ISON watch on Nov 28, 2013?

During a solar flare, NASA’s STEREO_A HI1 picked up an object between Earth and the Sun. What could it be? What did the Stereo Ahead satellite see when all eyes were on NASA’s satellite images looking for comet ISON? No one, including NASA, knew what to expect.

The Zetas of ZetaTalk say that what appears in the Stereo Ahead image is the "monster persona of Planet X itself." The Sun is to the right, so close to the line of view that a CME can be seen at the bottom of the image. Obviously, when NASA rolled this image forward to an eager ISON viewing public, it somehow escaped (unintentionally or perhaps intentionally) the usual scrutiny for, and editing of, signs of Planet X. However, once an image is circulated on the Internet and in forums, it can’t be retracted.

So there you have it, Planet X.

Here are two links relating the image. Unfortunately, only one is STILL viable, but probably won’t be for much longer, so look quick.

More detailed information about the image can be found on poleshift.ning.com.

Planet X is here.

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