Nibiru Dust Poisoning Population

Space dust from the Nibiru star system is currently penetrating Earth’s atmosphere and making some people gravely ill, says Dr. Vjekoslav Maks Luburić (Вјекослав Макс Лубурић), a noteworthy Croatian physician and astronomical scientist. He asserts that moderate amounts of red iron-oxide dust have survived atmospheric reentry and saturated the upper ionosphere with potentially deadly polymorphic toxins.

Dr. Luburić has sterling credentials; he graduated Magna Cum Laude from Croatia’s Palacky University and later served as Chief Medical Officer for the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force during the 2001 Ukrainian-Uyghur insurgency in Afghanistan. By 2006, he had grown weary of the sight of blood and abandoned medicine to pursue his childhood dream of becoming an astronomer. He completed his post-graduate work at Dubrovnik International University, earning a PhD in astronomical sciences. He was appointed chair fellow at the Zagreb Astronomical Observatory, where, he says, he learned about Nibiru.

While his colleagues clandestinely raced to solve Nibiru’s orbital mechanics, Dr. Luburić focused on an immediate threat, the diaphanous clouds of red iron-oxide dust surrounding the brown dwarf star and its seven companion planets.

“I am not convinced Nibiru will cross Earth’s path,” Dr. Luburić said,but I am convinced the dust is already reaching our planet and causing some people to become very ill. Some guys said this is impossible but I believe otherwise. Once Nibiru system emerged from the dark side of the sun, it became vulnerable to galactic interference.”

Gravitational distortions and cosmic currents have created a wave front ahead of the Nibiru system, and have dislodged pockets of red iron-oxide dust. The lethal dust, he says, is being swept through the cosmos toward Earth.

“To use an analogy, think about ocean currents and waves,” Dr. Luburić said. Ocean waves maintain enough posterior pressure to beach whales. All waves begin at the equatorial bulge and push outward toward shore. Graviton pressure on the dust cloud follows a similar principle.”

Asked why no one has seen the red iron dust, he explained that trace amounts of red iron-oxide dust are imperceptible to the naked eye; each dust particle measures less than 1 X 10-6 microns in diameter.

Having completed his astronomical analysis, Dr. Luburić reluctantly returned to his medical roots to substantiate his theories and demonstrably prove that Nibiru’s red iron-oxide granules were responsible for an increasing number of respiratory ailments normally attributed to old age, pneumonia, or tobacco.

His evidence includes the exhumed remains of a ninety-seven year old Serbian woman who died from sudden respiratory failure. An examination of her skeletal remains—conducted under infrared and ultraviolet light—revealed minute concentrations of red iron-oxide dust fused to her exoskeleton and within her bone marrow.

As few as five microscopic particles, he says, contain enough concentrated iron to cripple susceptible persons. Repeated or prolonged exposure may exacerbate the condition and cause acute iron poisoning. The toxins attack the body either by strangling alveoli in the lungs through excessive inhalation or by penetrating bone marrow shortly after contact with human flesh. On the bright side, Dr. Luburić says, only five to fifteen percent of humans lack the necessary P-glycoprotein to repel or defeat the toxic invaders. The elderly, the infirmed, and very small children face the greatest risks.

If Dr. Luburić’s theories are correct, humankind faces a new, grave threat, regardless of Nibiru’s position as it nears the inner solar system.

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  • AbdielSchwitzer

    2001 Ukrainian-Uyghur insurgency in Afghanistan

    I sick these website stupid lies

    • matt janovic

      Abdiel, why do you want to sick your Uyghur shepherd dogs on these website?

  • Planet X Central

    Thats so utterly ridiculous I am not even going to try and respond to it.

    • matt janovic

      ridiculous:
      adjective
      1. causing or worthy of ridicule or derision; absurd; preposterous; laughable:
      a ridiculous plan.

      2. Slang. absurdly or unbelievably good, bad, crazy, etc.:
      The concert was ridiculous, their best performance ever!

      • Planet X Central

        That pretty much sums up my thought..Thanks for the definition, not that I needed it.

        • matt janovic

          Please note example a. for definition 2.: “best performance ever!”

  • Mike Sember

    I’ve searched this doctors name Dr. Vjekoslav Maks Luburić in association with Nibiru and nothing comes up that links the 2

    • Planet X Central

      It won’t either.

      • matt janovic

        Patience, my friends, patience! Just wait until tomorrow.

  • Jason Atkinson

    Nibiru would rewrite history,mark my words…Love Wisdom Power… Marduk be a great bearer of Light,this I ask of you…

  • Mirko Gagliano
    • matt janovic

      I would prefer my daughter to to marry Dr. Luburic; however, you can’t blame a grandson for the crimes of his grandfather.

      • Mirko Gagliano

        Good. But I find nothing on Dr. Luburic. Only a Dr. Renee A. Luburic Psychiatrist Vacaville, CA, but I do not think this is the right person. Can I have a reference and a link? Thank you.

        • matt janovic

          One more awful error, that someonesbones writers have made here, confusing Maks Luburic with Macs Luburic.

          The elder Maks Luburic was born under the reign of His Imperial and Royal Majesty (K&K–Kaiser und Konig) Franz Joseph. The Emperor’s brother, Archduke Maximilian, agreed to be Emperor of Mexico, but was shot in Queretaro. It was in honor of Maximilian, that the elder Luburic took the nickname Max or Maks.

          The younger Dr. Luburic, instead, took the nickname Macs on his fifth birthday, when, asked what he wanted for lunch, he answered: “Two big macs.”

          • Mirko Gagliano

            Interesting. But it remains difficult to find on the internet references of Dr. Luburic. A link, please?

          • Planet X Central

            Your asking for the impossible…This stuff is all made up like a bad novel.

          • matt janovic

            If it’s so bad, why are we all reading it? I think this is better than Sorcha Faal or even the Onion

          • matt janovic

            On google, you can already find the Luburic-Nibiru links, to an Italian publication, a Spanish one, and an Argentinian one

          • Planet X Central

            We did not find results for: Luburic-Nibiru.

          • matt janovic

            Sorry, I should have said “Luburic Nibiru” links. Of course, they are Spanish and Italian translations of the Bones article, and there will certainly be new links tomorrow.

          • Planet X Central

            Well if they are Spanish and Italian translations of the article here then there is nothing new, same article just a different translation so its the same novel just in another language.

          • matt janovic

            Of course, but by Monday there will be twenty more references, which will not even mention the Bones. When you read carefully, you know it’s entertainment.

          • Planet X Central

            Not in it for entertainment……I posted links that debunked the space dust BS but guess what? They some how got deleted! Imagine that! Its apparent this site is not in it for facts just Google clicks…

          • matt janovic

            When did that happen?
            Mike of someonesbones always claims that he does not censor

          • Planet X Central

            He explained it…Not a problem…Just had a bad day yesterday morning is all…Everything is cool.

          • Somebones

            @disqus_px7hWZOsXf:disqus I absolutely did not censor anything here. I promise that. Not sure what happened. Sometimes comments may get directed to an auto spam bucket that I seldom check (i will look) But please try to post them again.

          • Planet X Central

            I believe you….I have a blog to though there has yet to be comments posted WordPress can be a tricky software to navigate sometimes.

          • Somebones

            @disqus_px7hWZOsXf:disqus I saw one comment got automatically thrown into the spam bucket because of links. I released it so it should show up.

          • Planet X Central

            Thanks you…Did not mean to be so harsh. My apology.

  • Brian Hecht

    Red Debris Cloud Hawaii

    Published on Feb 28, 2017
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    story came from MrMBB333 and when I saw it I could not help but ask
    what are we seeing here, is it just an anomaly of the camera, it is a
    distortion of the clouds, are the bright flashes lightening or something
    else and how do you explain the Redness permeating the sky? Curious as
    to what you think is causing this so let me know by leaving your
    comment.

    https://youtu.be/-R5jgSqIYGI

  • matt janovic

    Some websites automatically block links, and you have to write title followed by “it’s a .com”
    Here the website is not someonesbones but disqus

    • matt janovic

      Without doubt, some dissenters are afraid of showing their face and prefer to take an alias. Thus some may use the names of historical personalities that they like–or dislike.

      That certainly detracts from their credibility, but you have to recognize that they do not want to be excluded from their profession, do not want to be excluded from their observatory.

      Medical dissenters may have the same problem. Unless a doctor is old and has an established clientele, he will be afraid of ruining himself and his family by proposing unpopular medical procedures.

    • Planet X Central

      You only block links when you don’t want some one disputing what has been written the way I see it. That said my post did show up so no big deal as far as I am concerned. I am on Disqus as well but not through my blog. My Disqus is Planet X Scare located here:

      https://disqus.com/home/channel/planetxscare/