September 2013 was the most active month for fireball sightings since the American Meteor Society (AMS) began tracking them in 2005, with October threatening to break that record.
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People around the world are reporting fireballs streaking across the skies and larger and larger fireballs are now being sighted – often green fireballs. Why so many? Why now?
Answer: Because the debris tail of Planet X (Nibiru) is increasingly turning toward and spraying Earth with blazing fireballs, also called “super bolides.”
The Zetas of ZetaTalk explain it this way: The moons of Planet X (Nibiru), caught in its gravitational field, trail behind the monster planet like a string of pearls – debris of all sizes from boulders to dust. Loosely connected debris that is outside the gravitational grip of Planet X (Nibiru), also follows it. This loosely connected debris is impacting Earth in the form of fireballs flashing across the skies in greater and greater numbers. However, unlike shooting stars, when this debris burns up in the atmosphere, it is often green, not white. (Source)
The Zetas have also said that, as the time of the Pole Shift approaches, fireball sightings will become more frequent and dramatic – and they certainly have. As Planet X (Nibiru) draws closer to Earth, not only will more blazing fireballs assault the earth, but the earth wobble will intensify, and electromagnetic disruptions and power outages will increase.
On Friday, Sept 27, 2013, shortly after midnight EDT, a very large fireball – or series of them – was seen across several states, exploding over eight states with a loud boom that caused electromagnetic interference. Cellular, internet, and satellite communications were affected throughout the Ohio Valley. A radio show, “Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis,” received calls from frightened listeners, one of whom held the phone up to a satellite-connected TV during the call. An odd and persistent noise (consistent with electromagnetic interference) could be heard.
The month of October is also turning out to be another banner month for fireball sightings and is covered in a separate article.
Fireball sightings for the period from Sept 21 to Sept 29, 2013.
- (Sept 21, 9 p.m. CST) – Texas: Huge green fireball shot across the skies. A firefighter said the huge green streak exploded silently into a large white ball of light and then into dozens of brilliant orange fragments that went off in every direction. He said it was so low to the ground that he dropped to one knee.
- (Sept 21, 9:30 p.m.) – Alberta, Canada: Two Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers recorded a blazing fireball on their dash camera.
- (Sept 22) – Wyoming: A large fireball, observed from as far away as 400 miles, flashed across the skies and exploded.
- (Sept 23, 9 p.m.) – Casper, Wyoming: A witness driving on Highway 20 saw a green flash of light descending from the sky that burned out close to the ground. Loud, thunder-like sounds and bright flashes of light were reported.
- (Sept 25, 9 p.m.) – North and South Dakota, Colorado, Montana, Wyoming, and Utah: An eerie blue light lit up the skies for about 30 seconds, and a loud boom was heard as it exploded in flight.
- (Sept 26, 6 a.m.) – Midwest US: A fireball lit up early-morning skies. Traffic reporters in helicopters, as well as commuters, saw it. WGN-TV pilot Mike Sypien said the burning green and red ball of light exploded as it descended.
- (Sept 26, 7:05 a.m.) – Midwest: Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri and Wisconsin. In two days two large bright fireballs were seen moving across the skies.
- (Sept 26) – A bright white, yellow, orange fireball hissed across the skies in Madison County. One witness said it made a strange sputtering sound as it traveled from west to east before breaking up.
- (Sept 26) – Midwest: Nearly 500 reports from 15 different states of a large fireball with a bright tail that moved “extremely slow" across the sky, lasting about 2 minutes and culminated in eastern Indiana. Witnesses reported shadows on the ground from the fireball, unusual sounds, and a swirling contrail marking the aftermath of a blast.
- (Sept 27, 11:30 p.m.) – Central Ohio: A fireballs was sighted and loud booming sound was heard over Indiana.
- (Sept 27, 11:33 p.m.) – More than 900 sky watchers in Canada and the United States reported fireball sightings. NASA confirmed with satellite radar that a large fireball struck the earth, but did not give an exact location for the strike. Witnesses reported a bright light moving across the night sky.
- (Sept 28, 7:30 p.m.) – Atlanta, Georgia: A massive blazing fireball was reported by more than 250 witnesses from Virginia, Maryland, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, Alabama, and Georgia.
- (Sept 29, 7:30 p.m.) Washington, DC and 8 states: A large fireball was seen streaking through the night sky. Delaware resident, Dan Foraker, described it as "a perfectly round ball of fire," saying “I’ve never seen anything that big. It lasted for about six seconds and went down behind the trees. I didn’t hear a sound.”
Do you understand? Planet X (Nibiru) is here!