Video Evidence of Nibiru, the 'Planet X' That Could Destroy Earth

Friday, 10 November 2017 - 1:41PM
Friday, 10 November 2017 - 1:41PM
Video Evidence of Nibiru, the 'Planet X' That Could Destroy Earth
Image credit: NASA
If Nibiru actually exists, Earth is doomed.  

Also known as "Planet X," Niribu is a planet lurking somewhere in space, allegedly destined to destroy our planet.

When this is exactly due to take place, like all dates associated with prophesied apocalypses, seems fluid. Believe what you like, but a newly released video shared by movie producer Yuval Ovadia undeniably lends itself to sensational interpretation.

Ovadia claims the clip shows "strange sky phenomenon ash and dust from a comet tail so call [sic] Planet X or the closest approach of Nibiru."



With sightings piling up across the globe, with various videos of Niburu popping up on YouTube, believers are eager to prove the planet exists, reading signs into natural events that supposedly foretell its impending collision with Earth.
 
Recently, a Nibiru researcher, David Meade, claimed the planet would be visible from Earth on September 23.

In a recent interview with The Sun, Meade claimed that a "spiritual sign" did in fact appear on Sept. 23, a sign that signals a period he calls "Tribulation," which will lead to both nuclear war and natural disasters:

                      "We could see it from our location. It indicates that this Autumn the Church Age could be ending, and we are in a new era of Bible Prophecy…I
                        think it's the harbinger of a seven-year Tribulation period, beginning before the end of 2017."

Meade also told The Sun that an asteroid named Wormwood, attached to the "debris field of the Planet X star system," will hit earth at some point during the seven years of Tribulation, and will cause solar flares that will take out the Earth's electrical grid. He also believes a rapture-type event will further occur, taking a billion Messianic Jews, Protestants. Catholics and other non-denominational "believers."

For more about Meade, the curious can visit planetxnews.com, a site dedicated to the subject of Nibiru, where he has posted a four-part treatment for a proposed feature film about Planet X. He's also written a book titled The End of Days – Planet X & Beyond.

As for any legitimate evidence verifying the existence of Nibiru or any impending apocalypse, NASA continues to deny that Planet X exists. "Various people are 'predicting' that world will end Sept. 23 when another planet collides with Earth. The planet in question, Nibiru, doesn't exist, so there will be no collision," NASA wrote on its website.
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Video Evidence of Nibiru, the 'Planet X' That Could Destroy Earth