Why is Nibiru Important: Samuel Hofman

Nibiru being its own planetary system, why is it so popular? Why is the sun not the famous one? Samuel Hofman, Nibiru expert credits Zecharia Sitchin for that. He also talks to us about Hercolubus (aliens referred to that as Emiru) and our solar system trajectory.

Chauncey: Nibiru being its own planetary system, why is it that Nibiru is the famous one? Why is not the sun the famous one? Why is it Nibiru, that one planet, is the famous one?

Samuel Hofman:

I think we can thank Zecharia Sitchin and for that, because I think that was one of the first major things that he translated. And if you look even on religious art and you look on some of the earlier secretive texts that some of the religious folks used to put out and some of the Egyptians and you look for these two separate balls on either one side of the picture or the other and they’re these matching things, they’re telling us.

Even the Greeks knew that we had two suns and that information has been crushed and lost and misrepresented. And if you watch the Aliens of the Sky series, which is a phenomenal series, they’ve even got it mixed because the planet Saturn and that notion that Nibiru is a red planet.

Now, the notion behind Nibiru being a red planet and everybody mistakes when they’re talking about the brown dwarf or the red dwarf, which is a bunch of internet disinformation.

Now, the gas giant Hercolubus is so big, it holds the two stars in place. The aliens referred to that as Emiru, which is the eighth planet out of what now people are talking about planet seven X, which nobody even knew about that before I gave that information that there were multiple planets to this solar system because of my 40 years of knowing there was a multiple planetary count along with the second sun, which I was not allowed to tell until 2010, from my 30 year nondisclosure agreement. That you can look up too in one of the past shows. The gas giant Emiru is in my estimation an electron cluster that holds the two planetary structures and two stars intact.

And then every 3600, 3700 years we rejoin on the same side like a capacitor. We attract and then discharge and then separate and it’s cyclic just like the universe breeze and just like our solar system breeze, just like in subatomic string theory, there’s a breadth of opening and closing and opening and closing, ebb and flow in everything, including our transition through the galactic plane on the top of the galactic plane.

And then 300,000 years later, we dive down through the magnetosphere of the universe into the lower part of the ecliptic plane, which we’re currently headed to the upper part. And that was what was the Mayan calendar [inaudible 00:02:49].