Life On Earth To Be Destroyed By Rogue Planet On 23rd September 2017

September 22, 2017 6:00 AM
Planet Crashing Into Earth
Every few years some crazy person comes forward with claims of an impending doomsday and it seems that this weekend, another potential end of the world is upon us.

This time the pending armageddon is due to wipe out life on Earth on Saturday 23rd September 2017. The threat comes from a "hidden planet" which NASA, scientists, and every amateur astronomer on the planet has failed to spot.

The theory known as the "Nibiru cataclysm", is nothing new, the same biblical doomsday scenario was last expected by believers in 2012... I don't need to tell you, that didn't happen. The theory comes from interrupting religious texts, but it seems no one has yet been able to decipher the correct date from those texts.

According to this current wave of conspiracy theories, the planet referred to as Nibiru or "planet X" is due to "smash into Earth" on Saturday and they believe the collision will wipe out most, if not all, life on Earth.
"I consider this an experiment. If we're still here on 24th, we can conclude that all doomsday prophesy is bollocks."
Professor Brian Cox
The theory is rooted in the passage Revelation 12:1, which reads "a great sign appeared in heaven; a woman clothed with the sun with the moon under her feet and a crown of 12 stars on her head. And being with child, she cried out in her travail and was in anguish of delivery."

Don't ask me how, but some how this short paragraph translates as meaning that Nibiru will hit Earth on Saturday. The "great sign" which appeared in heaven was the solar eclipse which occurred last month. Believers also say that the recent hurricanes in the Caribbean is proof that something is afoot on a cosmic scale.

It goes without saying that the idea that a planet-sized object will collide with or closely pass by Earth in the near future is not supported by any scientific evidence. The doomsday theory has been labelled as pseudoscience and a hoax by astronomers and planetary scientists.

The Nibiru theory was first proposed in 1995 by Nancy Lieder, an online conspiracy theorist with the ability to receive messages from space. She says she was warned about the cataclysmic event by aliens from the Zeta Reticuli star system through an implant in her brain.

She said that the message warned of an interstellar object that would sweep by our planet in May 2003 which would cause pole shift here on Earth that would destroy most of humanity. The date of the catastrophe was later postponed to 2012.

Failed Prophecies: Threats From Space

End Of The World

5th May, 2000
The religious group Nuwaubian Nation predicted a "star holocaust". They claimed that on this date the planets would lineup, the result would mean a combined gravitational effect which would pull all od the planets in the solar system into the Sun.

27th May, 2003
14 years ago, Nancy Lieder predicted a similar threat from Nibiru as the 2017 prophesy. According to her website, a planet would enter our solar system and cause a pole shift on Earth that would destroy most of humanity.

August – October, 2011
It was a busy few months for subscribers to doomsday theories as Comet Elenin passed through our solar system. The prophecies stated that as the comet traveled between Earth and the Sun it would cause a disturbance in the Earth's crust resulting in massive earthquakes and tsunamis. There were also theories that the comet would crash into  Earth. Both theories were widely circulated, despite the fact that scientists said that neither options were possible.

21 December, 2012
2012 was a big year for doomsday predictions, many believed that Earth would be destroyed by an asteroid, Nibiru, or some other interplanetary object, perhaps even alien invasion. Again, scientists from NASA stated that none of those events were possible.

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