The 2012 Da14 meteor was being watched by Nasa, but somehow the several other meteors that exploded over the skies in different parts of the world went unseen somehow. How is that? Well, let’s take a look at exactly which areas where meteors seen, and what potentially all of this could mean.
The following images show exactly where the meteor hit in Russia, that was apparently deflected by something before it blew up. And the other markers represent other locations where fireballs were seen over the sky.
Notice how these locations almost line up in a straight line roughly:
The lining up of the majority of the sightings and film footage lines up with the theory that 2012 Da14 was hit by something, and after it was hit, fragments of it spreaded throughout the world, in what looks to be an almost straight line. Of course, not everything lines up, such as the blue arrow drawn from Russia to Japan, however, everything else looks like it was one giant rock that blew up and splattered in a line.
It is also possible that the earth was a victim of a meteor shower, but either way, here is the reason why we believe 2012 Da14 was hit by something in space, click the play button and watch what researchers are finding:
This is an interesting video to say the least, and something does seem to come close to 2012 Da14. Either way, we all know one thing for sure, meteors are hitting the earth. The big reason why the Russian meteor strike was so significant was because it was the biggest meteor event since 1908, known as the “Tunguska event”.
“The site of Friday’s spectacular, 10-ton meteor blast is roughly 3,000 miles west of Tunguska — the site of the largest-ever recorded explosion of a space object plunging to Earth.
That 1908 blast, which was later attributed to a comet or asteroid fragment, is generally estimated to have been about 10 megatons. No injuries were reported, but some 80 million trees over 830 square miles were leveled in the blast known as the “Tunguska event.”
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com
Even the Tunguska event didn’t cause any injuries, however there were over 1,200 people injured in the most recent meteor event in Russia. A few good questions to ask:
Was 2012 Da14 much larger and dangerous then what we were told? And what in the world hit the asteroid as it made it’s entry, and exploded over the Russian skies, as seen in the video below?
Is Planet X To Blame For The Meteor Events As Of Late?
One of the main claims that Nancy Lieder and the Zetas have stated, was that as planet X makes its passage, there will be more of these types of events to take place, as the tail of planet X swings in our direction here on earth. Here is a quote from one of Nancy’s latest blog posts:
“Clearly not an asteroid, the Chelyabinsk meteor came from the direction of the Sun, where Planet X, aka Nibiru, is wafting its vast debris ridden tail. This meteor event is not the first nor will it be the last during this passage. Fireballs have been on the increase since Planet X arrived in the inner solar system in 2003. They have screamed across several countries or provinces or states, outside of any anticipated regular meteor showers.
Is this meteor related to 2012 DA14, recently discovered and traced to pass between the Earth and Moon later on the same day as the Chelyabinsk meteor? There is no relationship, as 2012 DA14 is an asteroid dislodged from its usual path by the swirling in the tail of Planet X.” –poleshift.ning.com
Here is an image that the watchers website has posted, which shows that the asteroid came from the direction of the sun:
Here’s what is interesting, if we believe what NASA says, and what the poleshift.ning.com article brings out, then 2012 Da14 had nothing to do with the meteor shower events that took place recently. Only time will tell what could happen next, as a 20,000 ft (6 km) ash plume reported over Barren Island volcano, with an aviation code red.
All of the recent events, could potentially mean that more things will hit earth, if planet X is really out there.
These are very interesting times that we are living in, stay tuned….