You must have heard the world is going to end so many times, so you’re probably wondering what the next prediction is. The deadly planet Nibiru has been the star of the latest conspiracy theories of last year, with doomsday dates getting postponed from one month to another. This month’s apocalypse falls in about two weeks, but scientists have already disregarded the theory with serious arguments.
Meade thinks the Biblical Rapture will occur
David Meade is the author of all these predictions, who thinks the Biblical Apocalypse is near. On April 23rd, he claims the Church will disappear in what is known as the Rapture. The start of the Rapture occurs when the sun and the moon align in the Virgo constellation. Then, Jupiter, who represents the Messiah, also enters this constellation.
However, scientists quickly dismissed this theory. On April 23rd, Jupiter will be nowhere close to Virgo, as it will enter the Libra constellation. The moon will also be in a different position, so there’s no sign of an ominous biblical alignment.
Where does Nibiru come from?
People first heard of Nibiru in 1976, through the book called The Twelfth Planet. This work claims Nibiru was the home planet an ancient species of aliens called the Anunnaki who visit our planet once every several thousands of years. The book also offers a different perspective on the solar system, from the point of view of these aliens.
Meade called Nibiru the planet of death, as its passing near Earth should trigger the apocalypse. As soon as it got close to Earth, its gravitational force should trigger volcanic eruptions and other cataclysmic events. These events should mark the start of the Rapture.
However, NASA quickly discarded all claims. At first, Nibiru should have got close in October and, then, every month, Meade came up with new doomsday dates. Scientists assured us there was no giant unknown planet to come and disrupt Earth’s magnetic field. So, there is absolutely no need to worry, as the apocalypse won’t come too soon.
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