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Proof it yourself: there's something big out there near our sun...thirteenth bak'tuns 12-21-2012!

Recomended time to shot »» > 02.00 PM with cloudless sky.

Important thing: Camera must be set on negative mode & zoom it to 3/4 or maximum.

1. Tools:

a. Nokia phone/other phone that support negative mode (all new nokia phone/touch mostly support this feature).

b. Sunglasses (Black).

2. Optional: Wear your sunglasses to protect your eyes when you take photo of sun.

3. Switch 'on' your phone camera &then;set your phone camera mode to negative (nokia: set in colour tone option).

4. Prepare yourself: Take photo of sun by pointing your phone camera to sun,& then set zoom to 3/4 -or maximum (important).

!!! CONGRATULATION you are now... "PREPARED" !!!











So...here is the proof...with negative mode that inverse all color & light..
















































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Mayan elder says : Don't be afraid "Let the morning come , let the dawn come"

The best ANUNNAKI explanation video presentation. You must watch it

Patrick Geryl predictions of his sunspots cycle model. He predicted exactly the start of the magnetic change of the sun occurred on August 1 2010.
Then he predicted a solar storm for October 27 2010. And it happened exactly.Researcher Patrick Geryl and his team say: “We found virtually absolute proof that the doomsday will happen in 2012!


NASA Warns of 2012 Solar Storms
Posted by EU Times on Feb 3rd, 2011


Hello. Here is Patrick Geryl predictions of his sunspots cycle model.

He predicted exactly the start of the magnetic change of the sun occurred on August 1 2010.

Then he predicted a solar storm for October 27 2010. And it happened exactly.

At the end of the article there is a list of the solar storms predictions until December 2012.

The next one will be on January 22-23 2011.

You can follow solar activity in this site: solarcycle24.com/

I include two attachments where is explained mathematically the whole theory.
But this is for scientists only because it is difficult to understand.

This is the article of Patrick Geryl:

Negative Sunspots Precursor to Doomsday in 2012

Researcher Patrick Geryl and his team say: “We found virtually absolute proof that the doomsday will happen in 2012!”

For those following the current cycle, most would notice the slow ramp up of activity compared with the last 50 years. Solar Cycle 24 is at the moment the slowest ramp up since the beginning of measurements in 1755! Also other factors are not following the normal pattern. The F10.7 Flux readings are staying flat and behaving in an unusual manner. Most who read his books know of Patrick Geryl’s prediction of Armageddon in 2012. Here you will find several warning signs... For instance, the proxy measure for sun spots (10.7 flux) has diminished by more than 50% in just 22 years...
Comparative Periods in Recent Cycles:-

Cycle 19 started Apr 1954 +23mths = March 1956 flux max 175 min 145
Cycle 20 started Oct 1964 +23mths = September 1966 flux max 146 min 89
Cycle 21 started Jun 1976 +23mths = May 1978 flux max 183 min 130
Cycle 22 started Sep 1986 +23mths = August 1988 flux max 195 min 115
Cycle 23 started May 1996 +23mths = April 1998 flux max 142 min 89
Cycle 24 started Dec 2008 +23mths = November 2010 flux max 92 min 78 (to date)

The Ten Centimetre Solar Radio Flux
The radio emission from the sun at a wavelength of 10.7 centimetres (often called "the 10 cm flux") has been found to correlate well with the sunspot number. Sunspot number is defined from counts of the number of individual sunspots as well as the number of sunspot groups and must be reduced to a standard scale taking into account the differences in equipment and techniques between observatories. On the other hand, the radio flux at 10.7 centimetres can be measured relatively easily and quickly and has replaced the sunspot number as an index of solar activity for many purposes.

The 10 cm flux can be used as a daily index or averaged over longer periods to trace out the trends in solar activity. Typically the 10 cm flux is averaged over a month or a year although sometimes a 90 day average is made.
Even though 10 cm flux and sunspot number both indicate activity they have quite different scales. This is evident in the figure where the 10 cm flux never drops below a value of approximately 67 even during solar minimum when the sunspot number is very close to zero.

Negative Sunspots

Not only the Solar Flux is down, but also something else has emerged that will have a large impact on Solar Cycle 24 and on our civilization. There is a new wave of Alpha/Unipolar sunspots that behave quite differently from the norm. Patrick calls them Negative Sunspots.
In June,July and August 2010 we have witnessed 4 single spots: 1084, 1092, 1093 and 1101.

These dark single spot (alpha) regions are very different to the regions we saw in the first three months of this year when activity was high. Three of the Negative Sunspots began life in a normal magnetic state with their polarity showing the normal pattern. But as they progressed across the face the polarity slowly reversed, ultimately evolving into fully reversed polarity regions.
Another feature of these unusual Negative Sunspots is the associated F10.7 Flux and Extreme Ultraviolet (EUV) readings. These spots show little, if any, flare activity and what looks to be occurring is a reduction in F10.7 output when the Negative Spots dominate.
The solar magnetic cycle that flips polarity at the poles approximately every 11 years is dependent on the reversing flux from spent sunspots that migrate to the poles. During this cycle we are already seeing low sunspot activity as well as an increase in the speck ratio. Now we are seeing Negative Sunspots that will continue to erode the power of solar cycle 24.

All four Negative sunspots have followed the same pattern on the magnetogram. All four spots started with the black area leading the white, by the meridian the black area completely dominates the white area covering it completely. As the spots move off the face the polarity is reversed with the white area leading, but here's the kicker. One of these spots is in the southern hemisphere. So the northern hemisphere spots started in their correct configuration and changed polarity to finish reversed. 1084 in the south began life in reversed polarity (the dominate area should be white) only to correct itself as it was leaving.

Consistent with Maya Prediction

Negative Sunspot 1084 appeared on June 26 in the Southern Hemisphere, but we are not sure it is a real Negative Sunspot... Because we have found that the Northern Hemisphere is dominant in this cycle, we don’t pay much attention to the Negative Sunspots in the Southern Hemisphere.

The Maya Calculated a Date For the Start of a Change in the Magnetic Field of the Sun

Patrick Geryl wrote in his book The World Cataclysm in 2012 about his discovery that the Mayas used the sunspot theory to count down to December 21, 2012. According to their calculations, the magnetic field of the sun would start changing at 10 bits of 87.45 days before the end. When subtracting 874.5 (10 times 87.45) days from December 21, 2012 we end up at July 30- 31, 2010. On August 1st, 2010 a complex eruption took place on the sun, indicating changes to the magnetic field of the Sun. Patrick had shared this calculated prediction in his book The World cataclysm in 2012 on page 203 or page 163 (depending printing), yet not published it on his website.

Here is an extract:
I plunged into the numbers and immediately found the most peculiar series I had seen up to now. Bit 16,071 was equal to zero. The previous and the next bit (16,070 and 16,072) had an equal value: 44.7116 degrees. After having found this, I remembered a similar series of the tenth cycle and thereupon I revealed the following extremely peculiar series:

16,061 = 16,081 = 87.1159
16,062 = 16,080 = 42.2043
16,063 = 16,079 = 2.3073
16,064 = 16,078 = 47.0189
16,065 = 16,077 = 91.7304
16,066 = 16,076 = 223.5580
16,067 = 16,075 = 181.1536
16,068 = 16,074 = 225.8652
16,069 = 16,073 = 89.4232
16,070 = 16,072 = 44.7116
16,071 = 0

In other words, bit 16,071 was equal to zero = December 21, 2012. And the previous ten as well as the ten afterwards were each other’s mirror image! The opposite equal values! Or the opposite, seen from bit 16,071! With it the reversal took place at the zero point!
The magnetic field was changing here! I had found it!! This was without any doubt the ultimate solution of a long searched-for riddle!

August 1: Complex Eruption on Predicted Maya Date
It started on July 29... When Negative Sunspot 1092 appeared on the Sun (Northern Hemisphere). This dark single spot region was never seen before by science... It “eats” the Solar Flux and changes polarity while going around the Sun..!

And bit number 10 from the Maya went into action... Negative Sunspot 1092 erupted on the calculated Maya date for the start of the reversal of the magnetic field of the sun!

On August 1st, Negative Sunspot 1092 and the entire Earth-facing side of the sun erupted in a tumult of activity. There was a C3-class solar flare, a solar tsunami, multiple filaments of magnetism lifting off the stellar surface,
large-scale shaking of the solar corona, radio bursts, a coronal mass ejection and more.

The movie recorded by extreme UV cameras onboard the Solar Dynamics Observatory shows an enormous magnetic filament breaking away from the sun. Some of the breakaway material is now en route to Earth in the form of a coronal mass ejection (CME).
Seeing the sun erupt on such a global scale has galvanized the international community of solar physicists. Researchers are still sorting out the complex sequence of events and trying to understand why they all happened at once.


Maya Date of October 27

Because of the eruption on August 1, we predicted another one on October 27, following a regular cycle of 87 days... Before this date 3 Negative Sunspots appeared:

1113 on October 14 (Northern Hemisphere) and was visible till October 25 (it then turned to the invisible side of the sun)

1115 on October 16 (Southern Hemisphere) and was visible till October 27 (it then turned to the invisible side of the sun)

There where several eruptions from October 25 till early October 28. However the satellites where down for several hours on October 25... We watched these happenings... 4 Solar outbursts starting late October 26 till late October 27... Massive Solar Prominences on October 27

Earlier today (Oct. 28th) a twisted filament of magnetism on the sun suddenly untwisted. The result was a spectacular eruption recorded infull-disk detail by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory. Click on the image to set the scene in motion:


Maya date of January 22

Complex Negative Sunspot 1147
It started as a beta configuration…!p are
January 13, 2011

FARSIDE ERUPTION: An active region on the far side of the sun erupted this morning, hurling a bright CME into space. The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) saw the cloud emerging over the sun’s eastern limb:

NASA’s STEREO-B spacecraft happens to be stationed almost directly over the blast site. The spacecraft’s extreme UV telescope caught the explosion from the beginning; this movie shows the eruption and the shadowy shock wave it propelled through the sun’s atmosphere.

The source of this activity, probably a big sunspot, is on the farside of the sun now, but won’t remain there. The sun’s rotation is turning it toward Earth. Geoeffective solar activity could commence within days. Stay tuned.

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January 14, 2011
FARSIDE ACTIVITY CONTINUES: For the second day in a row, an active region on the far side of the sun is exploding and hurling CMEs into space. Click on the image to view a movie of the latest:

Today’s eruption was almost as dramatic as yesterday’s, and suggests that more eruptions are in the offing.

January 21, 2011
1147 Is behaving unusual. Geryl has superimposed the continuum record to isolate the magnetic influence involved. The major spot is formed by both negative and positive areas with the majority of action happening within the same polarity. He can see a lone unipolar spot reducing radio and EUV flux while other speck regions do their thing…


The Negative Sunspots Dominate the Maya Predictions and Calculations

To conclude: Cycles 10 and 9 where spot on... And we are sure the other cycles are on the Mayan Track to Armageddon in december 2012....

We expect Negative Sunspots to appear before these dates. There is a high chance for complex eruptions (if the sunspots are not too big, because this seems to counteract this effect) on the calculated dates....

8 Saturday, January 22, 2011

7 Tuesday, April 19, 2011

6 Friday, July 15, 2011

5 Tuesday, October 11, 2011

4 Friday, January 6, 2012

3 Tuesday, April 3, 2012

2 Friday, June 29, 2012

1 Wednesday, September 26, 2012

0 Thursday, December 20, 2012 = Armageddon


So Many people say it fake/HOAX...maybe yes it's sun dog, lens flare effect, photoshop,etc...but all people all over the world prove it themselves....and can you still say it fake..??

2011-THE POLE SHIFT IS REALLY HAPPENING NOW! Main Stream Media AGREES, January 7th, 2011



Magnetic Pole Shift Accelerating • NBC Nightly News • January 7th, 2011

Birds died while flying in the air in Arkansas! January, 2011




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New guy with question on Nibiru

Hi, I'm a new guy (and yes, I'm in Maya country) with a question. How do I know I'm looking at pictures of Nibiru instead of one of the known planets? Size is relative to distance from the viewer, so just because the planet appears to be "large" doesn't really satisfy my question.

Does Nibiru have a signature that is unmistakable?

Thanks ...


Hello and welcome MayaCountry, I don't really think that has an answer. Can someone let us know if a know planet was in sight at the time of these picture and near the position in the sky?


Staff member
This video is very interesting to:

Seems to support the photos above!


New member
Hello MayaCountry and thanks for replying,

From what I am able to figure no know planets were in the sky at that point in the sky during those picture, the date, time and location are there.

I challenge everyone to try it and see what you get.
Hey, thanks for the reply.

Well, it's certainly an impressive collection of shots. For sure you have found a unique way to capture a planet during daylight hours. How the heck did you ever think of that? Whatever, good work.

It appears that there is no positive ID though. We might be able to say what it's not by casting a chart or studying an ephemeris, but I guess that's the best we have.

The problem is that Mercury and Venus are so close to the sun that I'm not sure we may be looking at one of them. That may be nonsense, but for an amateur like me, it's one question that I have: Are we looking at Mercury or Venus? Are we even looking at one of the other heavy planets? I must admit that I don't know.

Too many questions; not enough answers. Maybe an astrologer/astronomer will pick up on this and lend a hand. I suppose if the thing bursts into a second sun then that pretty much answers the question! ;)


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Seems to support the photos above!
A very impressive technique. I have to hand it to you guys for trying different things.

It's also an impressive corroboration of the stills. I'm not sure what it's corroborating yet though. It's pretty easy for Mercury to be in conjunction with the sun, and so what I need for my own process is to find a way to get an ID on it. I'm concerned that Cornell, and anybody else claiming that it's a brown dwarf, says that it won't emit light. That would make it invisible. Since this planet is visible, I'm concerned that we're looking at Mercury or Venus. Of course Nibiru may not be a brown dwarf at all.

One key is the time of day. I don't think Venus gets that high in the sky even during the day. But Mercury? Or even Mars? I just don't know. Maybe some astronomers or astrologers out there know?


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This khaldea-dot-com has an ephemeris that shows what I suspected: Mercury and Mars are in Pices with the sun in almost a conjunction pattern. I'm not sure of many things like how many degrees from perfect the conjunction has to be at 2PM at your latitude, etc. I may be in Maya country, but I'm no Mayan. Sorry, I wasn't allowed to post an actual URL.


New member
Hi Feebot. First off I am a believer in Nibiru, I believe it is a brown dwarf which is still out by Jupiter. These pics, however, are artifacts of the camera. You can tell because the object in question jumps all over the place. If there were a planet next to the sun, it would remain in the same location in each photo. For example, if the object was located a the 4:00 o'clock position, it would remain there regardless of the camera's movement.
Have you ever seen the site rabithole2.com? Its full of great info.


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These pics, however, are artifacts of the camera. You can tell because the object in question jumps all over the place. If there were a planet next to the sun, it would remain in the same location in each photo.
Paris, what you're saying sounds right to me. I think you're onto something except that this case does not look like lens flare. To my knowledge lens flare would be a washed out area, usually circular, too much intense light and the sensor cannot handle it. It would, indeed, move around from shot to shot. That is what we do see.

However, the object/spot has specific shape and coloration, and I don't think you can get that with lens flare. It may be possible, but geez, dunno, seems too strange to see blacks, color, and distinct shape with lens flare.


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I have to conclude "lens flare" also. There is no way that a planet can move positions, relative to the sun, from shot to shot. That is a physical impossibility, whereas some coloration of roundish lens flare is probably not impossible. Besides that Mercury and Mars are in Pices and conjunct the sun, so even if you could get past the lens flare issues with polarizing filters you will end up shooting which planet? I think this takes a bit of sophistication.


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Seems to support the photos above!
I am concluding that lens flare would be possible in a reflection on water as well. The light is overpowering the sensor. The only way to know if a planet has been captured is to turn off the camera, start another recording and see if the object is in the same location. If yes, it's probably not flare. If no, then it's obviously flare. Also, same problem as the still camera too: There are planets in Pices conjunct the sun right now. How do we know which planet we're looking at?

This does get complicated really fast when you start shooting directly into the sun. No camera sensor can handle that. Maybe with the right filter you can do that though, so I'd look into filters if anybody wants to pursue this seriously. It's not a simple case for a cell phone camera though.