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How many moons orbit Nibiru?


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2012-05-17 13:35:23
2012-05-17 13:35:23

None, because Nibiru doesn't exist.

Those that support the Nibiru myth, and believe Nibiru to be a large terrestrial planet (there are many different beliefs among Nibiru believers as to what Nibiru actually is), often claim that it has 18 visible moons.


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