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Planet X "To Smash Into Earth This Saturday" Wiping Us All Out

By niallharbison

September 21, 2017 at 2:13pm

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According to The "Nibiru theory" it might be a wise move to start making some alternative plans for the next couple of days because a giant hidden planet X is going to smash into earth on the 23rd of September and kill us all.

Before you check you diaries that is in two days time. Saturday.

The whole theory comes from a biblical passage...The passage Revelation 12:1 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 according to Davod Meade who is a Christian numerologist (who wrote a book called Planet X – The 2017 Arrival – saying Nibiru would crash into Earth in October... He has since moved that date forward)

A ‘sign appearing in heaven’ refers to the solar eclipse which took place last month, and that the recent hurricanes which have devastated the Caribbean are proof that a cosmic ballet is ushering in the end of the world.

The scientific and research community have said there is nothing out there to back this up, but that hasn't stopped people whipping themselves into a frenzy.

People around the world are looking for any little sign of the approaching planet X..

Our professional opinion is that just like many other "end of the world" scenarios this is probably going to end up being a hoax fuelled by conspiracy theorists.

The thing is though if we do get wiped out we'll probably not ever know nor get to read about it.

Probably best to go out for a pint tonight just to be sure!

Not sure if we'll risk skipping work tomorrow though...

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