“Summer of Nibiru,” says former USGS climatologist Dr. Ethan Trowbridge.
While Nibiru might not arrive for months, years, or, according to certain sources, even decades, the dark star’s presence in our solar system is undeniable, says former USGS climatologist and Nibiru whistle-blower Dr. Ethan Trowbridge. Radical climate shift, inexplicable changing weather patterns, and increased geological instability have convinced Dr. Trowbridge that Nibiru’s influence on Earth escalates with each passing day. Nibiru, he says, is aggressively altering the atmosphere and heating the Earth’s crust.
He cites recent weather phenomena and Earth changes to support his case. On Thursday, a rare magnitude 5.8 Earthquake—that he believes was actually a 6.8—rattled parts of Montana, a state normally known for seismic cohesion. The epicenter was just southeast of the city of Lincoln, but the quake was felt for hundreds of miles in every direction; persons in neighboring states and even in Canada reported damage from the unexpected quake. Dr. Trowbridge said that in recent years the USGS has intentionally misrepresented the severity of earthquakes to allay public fears.
“The USGS, which I once thought was an honorable entity, is working with the government to deceive the public,” Dr. Trowbridge said. “They are purposely downgrading earthquakes because they don’t want to cause panic and alarm among the masses. The Montana earthquake was not caused by typical seismic instability—Nibiru’s proximity to this planet is serving as a catalyst for many unnatural events in the world. Anyone willing to open his eyes should realize this right away. And this, I’m afraid, is just the beginning.”
Dr. Trowbridge fears a much more disastrous event is looming on the horizon. Yellowstone National Park, which covers parts of Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana, lies atop a super volcano that could effectively annihilate all life in the United States if it were to explode. The last time this happened, 640,000 years ago, it expelled 240 cubic miles of rocky debris and ash into the sky.
Nibiru’s perpendicular proximity to Earth as it swings out from behind the back of the sun, he says, could trigger earthquake swarms capable of opening new vents near the Yellowstone caldera. Such an event would allow super-heated magma to spew into the sky, and volcanic ash would rain down upon the country, choking the population. Life, as we know it, would end long before Nibiru becomes fully visible in the sky.
Nibiru is affecting the climate in other ways. Nibiru, Dr. Trowbridge says, is directly responsible for a heat wave plaguing parts of southern California; deadly temperatures are expected to peak between today and Sunday, with blistering heat blanketing the Golden State. Forecasters predict the mercury will approach 120 degrees in the Coachella Valley and 112 in Woodland Hills, while Burbank, its neighboring cities and communities on either side of the San Bernardino Mountains can also expect to bake in triple-digit heat from Thursday through the weekend.
“This is dangerous heat, and Nibiru is the cause. Nibiru’s interaction with our sun is globally messing up our climate,” Dr. Trowbridge said. “From this point forward, we can expect worse. Much, much worse. Just wait until hurricane season.”
Although the National Hurricane Center in Miami anticipates a moderate hurricane season, Dr. Trowbridge believes at least three hurricanes will make landfall on the United States this year. One, he says, will likely be a category five, striking along the Florida coast or south Texas.
“This truly is the summer of Nibiru,” he said.
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