Planet X observed in the sky from Toronto Canada


874. Planet X observed in the sky from Toronto Canada


Dr. Claudia Albers, Planet X Researcher

Figure 1 below shows a strange cloud cover in the sky, which produces a split sky, where one part is blue and the other is covered in a sparse layer of clouds. However, the boundary between the two parts is not a straight line and it is thus a natural boundary. These clouds have also been observed before, attached to the surface of the large Planet X objects that are coming to the earth and are penetrating into the earth’s atmosphere. These objects are central cores, they do not need to make physical connections with the surface of the earth, to absorb energy from the earth’s core, and only appear at very high altitudes, i.e. they do not penetrate to as low an altitude as the smaller satellite cores (see Article 871: Huge Planet X objects penetrating into the earth’s atmosphere: pink clouds) [1].




Figure 1. The sky over Toronto is covered in a thin layer of cloud, which look like small pieces of cotton wool, i.e. patchy. These clouds are associated with the presence of Planet X central Stellar Cores (SCs) in the sky (Source: Scott Swartz – thank you).



Figure 2. A similar looking sky from a MRMBB333 video (see Article 871: Huge Planet X objects penetrating into the earth’s atmosphere: pink clouds) [1].


Figure 3. These central SCs were first identified because the surface is often convex and thus not a break in the clouds but a solid surface which is emitting blue light. The clouds, in this case, are also emitting light because the central SC has absorbed enough radiation to be able to transfer enough to its cloud envelope, for it to start emitting light. Notice that the cloud envelope is in the same patchy form as the one in figure 1 (see Article 824: Huge Planet X objects at high altitude) [2].


Figure 4. The same patchy cloud but not emitting pink light yet, because the core has not absorbed enough energy yet, indicated by the darker blue light which it emits. These objects are at very high altitude and a small part of their surfaces fill the sky, so they are very large, at least as large as the earth and some may be much larger than the earth.


Figure 5. Screenshot from a MRMB333 video, showing a heart-shaped patch of sky, which is emitting bright light in a pinkish tone. The heart shape is very similar to the heart shape seen on the right-hand side of figure 3, which suggests that this may be the same object or another with a similar heart-shaped connection point and that eventually, the objects emit very bright light from their connection or ejection points. The objects will also emit deadly high energy radiation (see Article 860: Planet X radiation cataclysm and Fukushima) [3]. The increase in brightness suggests that the objects remain with the earth for quite some time, whilst progressively increasing their energy.

The larger Planet X SCs are also likely to provoke earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, but this would only happen then once they have absorbed a good deal of energy from the earth, as earthquakes and volcanic eruptions are plasma ejections, associated with a sharp and sudden outward movement of the earth’s gravitational or magnetic field, which would be likely to eject the objects from the earth’s atmosphere. If this were to occur the moment they arrived, then they would not remain with the earth for a long period of time slowly absorbing energy and getting brighter.

In conclusion, extremely large Planet X objects, which seem to be central SCs to the Planet X SC systems are coming into the Solar System, to absorb energy from the Sun’s core system, and are penetrating the earth’s atmosphere, and thus absorbing energy, and eventually emitting very bright light; and most likely deadly radiation. These objects are likely to provoke earthquakes and volcanic eruptions but would then only do so, once they have spent some time, possibly several weeks, absorbing energy from the earth’s core system.

References:

[1]          Albers, C. (2019). Article 871: Huge Planet X objects penetrating into the earth’s atmosphere: pink clouds.
[2]          Albers, C. (2019). Article 824: Huge Planet X objects at high altitude.
[3]          Albers, C. (2019). Article 860: Planet X radiation cataclysm and Fukushima.


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