Unexplained Phenomenon: Mysterious Red Dust Covers Car in Texas – December 2013


On Dec 22, 2013, folks in southeast Texas awoke to find their cars covered with a “mysterious” red dust. Calls and Facebook posts by the hundreds poured in about the red dust covering cars on Sunday morning. However, it source remains a mystery!

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Mysterious Red Dust Covers Car in Texas – December 2013. Photo: Examiner.com

Some suggest this red dust is cedar pollen that came in from the Texas Hill Country. Others that the red dust blew in from West Texas (too bad the winds were blowing in the wrong direction), and that it is the result of mud showers from Mexico.

Finally, others, and their number is growing constantly, think it’s Planet X (Nibiru). Something that you just can’t hide, like a mysterious red dust appearing overnight!

As shown by PlanetNibiru™, one of the unmistakable signs that Nibiru is around:

A second countdown sign is a fine red dust, unmistakable as it cannot be confused with any other natural occurrence. Ponds and rivers turn red, the blood color mentioned in the Bible’s book of “Revelations,” with this iron ore dust giving the water a brackish taste. This countdown sign comes almost in step with the rapid slowing in rotation, as the 12th Planet (Planet X) must be between the Earth and the Sun for the trash in its tail to be sweeping the Earth.

and the countdown to the Pole Shift has begun:

  • Red dust settling on objects or blowing about
  • Red dust in the clouds at all times of day from horizon to horizon
  • A fine red dust that turns ponds, rivers, and other bodies of water blood red.
  • Astonishingly brilliant blood red sunsets
  • Red skies (even at night), red halos around the Moon, red clouds, and red auroras

Well what is the best hypothesis? Please write me your ideas in the comments.

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