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Nibiru is here update 7th july 2018

Nibiru is here update 7th july 2018

Conspiracy theorists believe the US President is supposedly in on the Nibiru secret, despite the world’s entire scientific community in agreement that it does not exist.

One believer is trying to convince the world that the president tweeted about the infamous death planet today.

But claims get even wilder as there is no evidence of the tweet – because it was rapidly deleted, the theory suggests.

The website making the bizarre claims is SomeonesBones – an “independant publisher” which relies on “donatoins” for support – and has frequently published articles about Trump’s alleged belief in the planet, apparently the result of a tip-off from Russian President Vladimir Putin, as well his rumoured top-secret search for an official Nibiru advisor. Doomsday enthusiasts believe Nibiru is a planetary system from beyond the edge of the solar system and its arrival will herald the end of the world.

David Meade, a Christian numerologist, first predicted that Planet X – or Nibiru – was hurting towards the Earth and would wipe out humanity on September 23, 2017.

But after his outlandish prediction, based on hidden numerical codes supposedly hidden within the Bible, failed to happen Meade has changed his barmy claims.

Meade claimed people have misunderstood his prophecy and the doomsday will take place over a period of seven years starting in October. His latest claims suggest that on April 23 2018 the sun, moon and Jupiter will align in the constellation Virgo, sparking the beginning of the biblical Rapture.

He claims that on this night, the mysterious “death planet” will appear in the sky, triggering the onset of World War 3, rise of the Antichrist, and seven years of Tribulation.

NASA’s top boffins have long battled misinformation and end-of-world theories from conspiracists who claim to have more scientific authority than the world’s leading astrophysicists.

The US space agency’s lead scientist Dr David Morrison said: “There is no credible evidence whatever for the existence of Nibiru.”

 

 

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