Crazy Theory Suggests That Earth Might Get Hit By Planet Nibiru Soon

Cesar Mills
August 12, 2017

Other scientists have dismissed the claims as nonsense, saying many have been linking eclipses to apocalypses since the dawn of civilisation just because of the astounding nature of the phenomenon. The identical thing was stated in 2012 by various theories. Will the world end in September 2017? That apocalypse never materialized. Many people have prophesied the end of the world.

The Nibiru Cataclysm myth dates back to 1976, when writer Zecharia Sitchin claimed that two ancient Middle Eastern cultures - the Babylonians and Sumerians - told of the giant Nibiru which orbited the Sun every 3,600 years. "There is no factual basis for these claims". The result was the creation of the asteroid belt and planet Earth.

'Obviously, it does not exist'. The author, however, has been inconsistent when it comes to the time of the Earth's destruction. Where is the evidence? Some times facts are stranger than fiction and sometimes vice versa.

The "path of totality" - which covers regions under complete shadow - varies from one eclipse to the next, and a total solar eclipse has not made landfall over the continental US since 1979.

Also Read: Doomsday on May 31, 2017? The conspiracy theorists even claim that the solar eclipse that is coming soon is the first sign that our planet will collide with Nibiru or Planet X on the 23 of September.

Gary Ray, of evangelical Christian publication Unsealed, has predicted the August 21 eclipse will herald the start of the apocalypse, with destruction continuing until a second total eclipse, on April 8, 2024. As the moon travels along in space, its shadow moves across the Earth's surface, and areas that fall under the darkest shadow observe a total eclipse, while areas that lie under the partial shadow observe a partial eclipse.

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Mr Meade, author of the book "Planet X - The 2017 Arrival", said the star will bring with it "seven orbiting bodies", including Nibiru, a large, blue planet that he also refers to as Planet X hurtling towards our planet.

Nibiru is a hypothetical planet that is yet to be observed by scientists. In contrast, David Meade based his findings on passages from the Bible which he has correlated.

Earlier this year, Mr Meade claimed that Nibiru would clash with Earth in October after being driven here by the gravitational pull from a "binary star" twinned with the sun. Meade and other doomsayers believing in Nibiru conspiracy theory say the earth is indeed coming to an end, 33 days after the American Solar Eclipse.

He pointed to warnings in the Old Testament book of Isaiah, Chapter 13, Verses 9 to 10, which reads, "See, the Day of the Lord is coming - a cruel day, with wrath and fierce anger - to make the land desolate and destroy the sinners within it".

"The Stars of Heaven and their constellations will not show their light. The Rising Sun will be pitch-black, and the Moon will not give its light" - Meade, and other theorists argued that the doomsday of Earth will take place next month, on 23rd September.

Meade says this passage is connected to what he has dubbed the "33 Convergence", where a strand of coincidences all include the number 33. Available on Android and IOS.

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