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Nibiru, Planet X

The Sign of the Son of Man?
Narrated by: Trevor Clinger
Length: 10 mins
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Nibiru does exist, but will it be the sign of the Son of Man as mentioned in the Bible. A description of what will happen to the Earth and what we should do about it are discussed in this book.

©2016 Travis Wayne Goodsell (P)2016 Travis Wayne Goodsell

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  • Ray Johnson
  • 27-02-18

PLANET X! Is it real?

Niburu by Goodsell is a brief synopsis of th real/maginary planet. It is not an in-depth encyclopedia on the mysterious planet, and anyone going in thinking it is needs to look at the runtime. It is 10 minutes in length. This means it is an excellent source to get a quick understanding of the planetery phenomenon. As a thumbnail or blueprint of the information it quickly brings you up to speed on what it is, just don not expect a lot of diatribe or filler. This is a bare bones fact giving audio. It would make a good piece on news radio to get listeners up to speed.

Clinger does an excellent job providing clean easy to understand narration.

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  • Ewert
  • 07-03-17

Not worth the money

Nothing about this was good.
Not worth the money.
Entire book about 15 mins long...but still time and money wasted.