In the last few days of December 2015, Menachem, Daniel and Binyamin all spoke, through facilitated communication, about Nibiru. Together, they paint a picture of apocalyptic devastation from which only the Land of Israel remains unscathed.
On December 23, 2015, a facilitated communication session was recorded with Menachem in Jerusalem. During that session, Menachem spoke about Nibiru and introduced the idea that world leaders are preparing for the inevitable doomsday collision by preparing elaborate bunkers.
“They’re following this thing, but not reporting on it. They went silent on the subject, they didn’t speak of it further, only preparing, they started digging, to make bunkers. It’s a fact. And now there are bunkers also in Israel, there’s one very large bunker for the ‘important people’ of the state, who will leave the rest of us outside – and they’ll be inside. I’ll tell you a secret: if it will be this way – then woe to those who are inside… and the people who are outside, those who have trust in Hashem (God) – they’ll be saved. And another interesting thing I’ll tell you, that they made calculations and measurements, and where is the most, most safe place in the world with regard to this whole event?… They reached the conclusion that it’s Jerusalem, ‘the safest place is Eretz Yisrael (the Land of Israel) – and mainly Jerusalem.’”
On December 27, 2015, a facilitated communication session was recorded with Daniel in Jerusalem. During that session, Daniel spoke about the devastating effects of Nibiru:
“The effects of ‘Nibiru’ will be giant tsunamis with waves 100 meters high, earthquakes, tornadoes, erupting volcanoes, there will be a hit to nuclear reactors that will cause radioactive contamination like in Fukushima, Japan. And there won’t be electricity, and there won’t be clean water, and there won’t be food – it will be a very difficult situation. We in Eretz Yisrael will be like in Noah’s ark.”
Responding to those who claim everything about Nibiru is a hoax, Daniel said:
“They’re trying to say that the issue with this star is all nonsense, but it’s not nonsense. There are those who are saying exactly when they think it will arrive, it’s also not for certain, but I’m certain that this matter itself is correct, because it’s written exactly in all kinds of our sources, and every Torah-scholar can show you…”
On December 30, 2015, a third facilitated communication session was recorded, this time with Binyamin in Jerusalem. During that session, Binyamin referred to an impending, doomsday disaster that “will destroy two-thirds of the world” and suggested that it is connected to Nibiru, which he called “the matter of the star.”
“And I say to you: there’s going to be a huge disaster. A huge disaster, really. Hashem (God) – He’s the only one Who can destroy the world that He Himself created. It will be a huge disaster, and this disaster will destroy two-thirds of the world. And it will leave Eretz-Yisrael (Land of Israel) complete… Now you want to know how it will happen… I don’t know exactly, but from all the possibilities I’ve heard, the matter of the star – it seems to me the most real.”
The claim of the existence of a Planet Nibiru, whose collision will devastate Earth has been repeatedly debunked, as recently as February 2014, March, 2014 and July 2015.
Accessed at http://www.breakingisraelnews.com/59204/planet-nibiru-pocalypse-jewish-world/ on January 21, 2016.
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A NEW 9TH PLANET BEYOND PLUTO?
Today, planetary scientists, Konstantin Batygin and Mike Brown of Caltech announced intriguing evidence for a Neptune-sized planet orbiting the sun beyond Pluto. Sedna and five other objects in the outer solar system are grouped together as if they are being shepherded by a larger body. That body, say Batygin and Brown, is a planet at least 10 times as massive as Earth traveling along an elliptical orbit more than 200 AU from the sun. This is the most persuasive argument so far for the existence of a "Planet X." Until someone actually sees the planet in a telescope, however, it's just a hypothesis. So let the hunt begin! The full story was published in the Jan. 20th edition of Science Magazine.
EARTHQUAKES struck today in a volatile region that saw TWO massive volcanic eruptions less than 24 hours ago.
By Jon Austin 09:23, Wed, Jan 20, 2016 | UPDATED: 11:46, Wed, Jan 20, 2016
Thousands may have to be evacuated if the situation worsens GETTY More than 1,200 people today remain evacuated from a 1.9-mile containment zone around Mount Egon in Kupang, eastern Indonesia, after toxic gas and volcanic ash erupted yesterday.
It was before officials in Russia had to cancel flights near the Zhupanovsky volcano on Russia's eastern coast after it spewed lava FIVE MILES into the air, also yesterday.
Although the two volcanoes are separated by around 3,000 miles, they are on interconnected tectonic plates – sparking fears of a major seismic shift, more volcanic activity and even earthquakes and tsunamis, due to recent activity.
The Russian volcano is on the Phillippine Plate which joins the Java Trench, which Mount Egon lies close to.
The region is one of the most volcanic parts of the globe.
Indonesian officials are on standby to extend the evacuation area if necessary if the volcanic and seismic activity increases.
The area is known to be volatile and in the past 24 hours, just 400 miles north of Mount Egon, three earthquakes ranging from magnitude 4.1 to 4.7 struck on other Indonesian islands.
The massive ash cloud bursting from the Zhuapanovsky yesterday YouTube
Within a 400 mile radius of Mount Egon there are also 25 other volcanoes and five of them are said to be currently erupting, while there are ten other eruption warnings in place
The Russian explosion affected local air traffic, but the huge ash cloud is also drifting east over the Pacific Ocean so the impact on flights could be much wider.
There are fears seismic activity is also growing in the area around the Zhupanovsky volcano.
There were two small earthquakes before Tuesday's big eruption and overnight another tow magnitude 1 shallow tremors occurred.
Many climb the peak, despite it being considered a very active volcano YouTube
There are six other active volcanoes along a 200-mile portion of the coastline of the same Russian peninsula.
Three of these are currently classed as erupting, one has an eruption warning in place and the two others are experiencing some "unrest".
In the last 24 hours, in an area around 1,200 miles away, but on the same Philippine Plate, in Japan and surrounding seas there were SIX earthquakes measuring from magnitude 4.1 to 4.8.
In Asia, officials distributed thousands of gas masks to villagers around the volcano on eastern Flores Island amid fears of a major eruption as the choking fumes worsened.
All residents living within the containment zone have been ordered to evacuate, while roads bringing traffic in have been closed.
Mount Egon is considered a very active volcano and is in the top ten of the potentially deadliest in the event of a major eruption.
More people living further from the volcano may have to also flee if the situation gets worse, disaster officials have warned.
In Russia, the Institute of Volcanology and Seismology in the Kamchatka area this week issued a "code orange" warning the Zhupanovsky volcano eruption was under way, and warning aircraft to avoid flying near the exploding peak.
Fortunately, the volcano is 42 miles from populated areas, and the emergency services said ash had yet to reach any homes.
A spokesman for the institute said: "On Tuesday at around 4.30pm [3.30 am GMT), the Zhupanovsky volcano spewed ash to the height of up to five miles above sea level.
Last autumn, Express.co.uk reported how tests were being carried out on the impact of volcanic ash getting into a jet engine, because the true effects are still not known despite the global chaos caused by the Icelandic ash clouds in 2010.
"The ash column could be seen with the naked eye from Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky and some other settlements.
"At the moment, the ash cloud has spread 12 miles and it continues moving towards the ocean."
Zhupanovsky is one of the least studied volcanoes in the region despite its proximity to a large city.