Yes, we are discussing the extinction of the human civilisation as we know it, yet again. It was December 21, 2012, we were all ready for the destruction of the world, the clock struck midnight and then there it was, The World, still here, perfectly fine, not even a tiny little earthquake that day. It did drop a big wrench in the plans of people who were hoping for a post-apocalyptic world. And the next day the life went on as normal and everything was fine.
And since then, many times have such predictions and as we all know, not even strong winds on those days and if the conspiracy theorists are to be believed, we are yet again on the brink of extinction.
At the centre of the conspiracy is a Christian numerologist, David Meade. Referring to verses in Luke 21:25 to 26, he claims that recent events of the Eclipse and Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Harvey point towards an apocalypse that is coming.
A “date marker” on the pyramids of Giza and using codes from the Bible, September 23, 2017, is rumoured to be the date of the apocalypse. Meade’s claims are also back up by the fact that a”rogue” planet known as “Nibiru” or “Planet X” is said to pass by earth very closely.The claims about Nibiru were made Celtic researchers who further claimed that the mass of this rogue planet is about 10 times that of Earth.
The complete report also claims NASA spokesperson Heather Cartwright saying,” Although our scientists at NASA have emphasised for years that Nibiru doesn’t exist, we are ready to reveal the fact that it does exist. The truth is we have been tracking the object for at least a decade and it is definitely headed towards planet Earth. However, we are expecting a close flyby – not the doomsday collision that Caltech researchers are predicting. There is no need to cause mass panic.”
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However, Snopes.com has debunked the whole report and was actually made by News4KTLA, a fake news website.
Even though some religious organisations keep on pushing the idea of an apocalyptic event in the future, NASA, however, has gone the other way stating that no such planet exists and that they have never issued any warning regarding a rogue planet heading towards Earth.
Dr David Morrison, a NASA scientist in a video made it 2012, stated that there was no credible evidence for the existence of Nibiru, as there were no pictures or any sort of tracking or astronomical observations which could prove its existence. And the term “Planet X” would only be used under the circumstances that a new planet was being searched for, as was in the case of Pluto, which was called Planet X before its existence was confirmed and it was named as Pluto.
So, no need to be afraid of anything, the world is safe and life will continue on as it always has.
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