Planet X, aka Nibiru, can be photographed by anyone, especially at sunrise and sunset using a digital camera or digital video without any filter or with filters made of floppy disks, R-25 photographic filters, red cellophane from a 'party' store, or welding number 12 to 14 filters. My wife, Janet Stanley, shot this from our house last November 29th:
I have been photographing the Planet X, aka Nibiru, complex near the sun on a variety of occasions, including recently.
The human Annunaki residents of Planet X first went to Mars to mine gold. Mars had shallow brackish seas and gold ore was washed by draining water into caverns below the surface. Finding the resulting climate change inhospitable, they moved to the wild dinosaur ridden jungles of earth. But when the Council of Worlds kicked them off of earth for unrelenting selfishness and fear, about 3000 years ago, they could only go to Mars because Planet X had left 3600 years ago.
Bringing some farm animals, feed and bedding, they hoped to survive for 3000 years but died out leaving equipment and relics all over the place. Astute observers of Curiosity high resolution photos have found towers, dolls, jewelry boxes, mice, snakes, drilled holes, drills, sheep skulls, human remains and more every day strewn about with abandon. Yes, Annunaki means those who came from space but specifically here it is the residents of Planet X.
The remains of a rodent photographed on Mars:
Lost wax casting of jewelry box or medallion also photographed on Mars:
Earth's 'Dark Twin'
The Zetas are the only ones to mention the planet known as the 'Dark Twin' of Earth and that includes all the history of Astronomy. The 'Dark Twin' normally orbits the other side of the Sun from the Earth, but recently has been photographed.
Here is a photo from the Neumayer Station in Antarctica. This proves that what I say about gravity pushing, and what the ZETAS say about the Dark Twin, are true. This is an actual photographs of the black cinder the size of earth but with no life, no water and no atmosphere.