Rogue planet or spaceship?

Rogue planet or spaceship?

What is a rogue planet? Normally every planet is orbiting around a star and keeps this orbit, but astronomers have found many rogue planets that don’t seem to be orbiting any stars and floating free in space.  In 2011, astronomers found ten rogues. Each planet is around Jupiter’s size.

Now I would like to bring your attention to an incident around 2012. A planet-size spaceship bigger than Jupiter was spotted around our sun. The spaceship seemed to be refueling or sucking some plasma from the sun.

In about video clip above, you can see an object in the shape of a globe close to our sun. A stream of plasma flows toward the ship, and after a while, the flow cuts when the ship breaks from the sun.

Many Whistelblowers since 2014 has claimed that some alien civilization posses technologies to create globe-shaped spaceship as big a Saturn and Jupiter. For us, this is unbelievable; I mean, to have a spaceship as big as Jupiter with our current known (mainstream) technology is impossible. To give a more tangible understanding of why this is impossible right now for us, I can show you a picture.

Consider the picture below:

As we know, the earth is big, but in comparison to Jupiter, it is a tennis ball.

It is more likely that the so-called “rogue planets” are different spaceships that buzz around our galaxy. The only proof I have is the video I have provided above, i.e., a Jupiter size spaceship near our sun.

By the way, I have calculated the size of the spaceship in the video clip, and the size is indeed between Jupiter and Saturn.

If you have difficulty believing this, I can tell you that reality is more wonderful and mysterious than fiction. Often, people have difficulty believing reality because it is far more strange than fiction.

In the end, I would like to thank you for reading this article and, God bless you. If you wish to share this article, share it with someone you care about.

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