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Message Subject Nibiru came on June 10, 2019 when Sol & Jupiter were in opposition crossing ... and you all missed it
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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Although Jupiter comes into opposition with Sol once every 13 months, the nibir of 2019 won't return to the same gate (sign) for 13 years.

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 Quoting: anastasis888

Are you calling SOL the Sun? Because I don't find a clean/direct translation from any language of SOL=SUN.

I found that Spanish translates from google translate, SOL to Sun, but if you reverse it, it changes to DOM.

The ridiculousness of these translating entities, Bing Translate, Google Translate, Microsoft Translate...from Strong's Concordance, is appalling. It would be funny, if any of this was truly funny. But it is not humorous to me.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77435717

I did find where SOL became SUN in some matrices I did personally, using the English Language and writing out combinations of letters in differing patterns. I found, maybe in 3D, I can't remember which pattern at the moment, but I did find where SOL became SUN.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77435717

If you're wondering about 3D, if I remember, it's when D was used 3 times in a musical pattern, ABCDEFG, on the musical scale...I think.

Or D was in third position or perhaps both. You see, I've drawn so many different patterns by hand, that I forget exactly which one revealed which. But it was revealed as such.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77435717

And the biggest item that takes the wind out of some mystical Nibiru, is I found it within the PYTHON program. So I guess JUPITER/REPTILE could be considered PYTHON reptile. Of course there is more programming language that has changed JUPITER to JUPYTER.

This is truly sickening.
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