Scientists have confirmed the existence of the ninth planet

Scientists have confirmed the existence of the ninth planet

Scientists have confirmed the existence of the ninth planet

The Earth, according to David Meade, will be destroyed on September 23 as a result of the Great American Eclipse. According to the freakish theory of David Meade, the planet has never been seen by any scientists.

However, Meade believes - or is rather convinced - that he is right, after having stumbled upon some passages from The Bible to justify his claims. Though scientists have rebuffed the presence of Nibiru or Planet X, conspiracy theorist David Meade, after coming across a particular passage of Bible, has claimed his prophecy to be true.

Nibiru is a different planet to the Planet Nine, which is also sometimes referred to as Planet X, that was proposed by astronomers in Caltech in January previous year.

They claim the next disruptive passage into the inner solar system could happen at any time.

Other beliefs are that Nibiru is transmitting "plasmatic energy particles" via our solar system.

The flow of energy will disrupt the "core flows" of the Earth and trigger catastrophic changes in Earth's climate. They believe "it" to be the ultimate destroyer of the life-supporting planet earth.

Often natural disasters and weird climatic changes are blamed upon this planet.

However, scientists have denied the existence of Nibiru. Obviously, it does not exist.

Many people have prophesied the end of the world. She warned that Nibiru would collide with Earth in May 2003, but when no cataclysmic event occurred her followers chose December 2012 as the new date for a collision, neatly coinciding with the end of the Mayan calendar.

The report adds: "The story started with claims Nibiru, a supposed planet discovered by the Sumerians, is headed toward Earth". The angle from which the star is coming towards earth makes it hard to spot it.

It is called the Great American Eclipse and is a once-in-a-lifetime celestial spectacle.

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The very rare Total Solar Eclipse taking place on August 21 has generated a lot of excitement among the sky gazers as it is taking place again after 1918. The planet would crash into Earth following the eclipse, clearing out all of humanity.

"This indeed is an unbelievable omen and a frightful sign", according to Meade.

The mythical alien planet Nibiru is believed to be a massive planet surrounded by moons, which is said to appear on the horizon and collide with Earth after the Total Solar Eclipse treats the eyes of people across America.

He presented several theories to back his unusual claims.

"See, the day of the LORD is coming - a cruel day, with wrath and fierce anger - to make the land desolate and destroy the sinners within it", the Book of Isaiah says.

"The Stars of Heaven and their constellations will not show their light. The Rising Sun will be pitch-black, and the Moon will not give its light" - Meade, and other theorists argued that the doomsday of Earth will take place next month, on 23rd September.

Other scientists have dismissed the claims as nonsense, saying many have been linking eclipses to apocalypses since the dawn of civilisation just because of the astounding nature of the phenomenon.

His latest claims follow his original apocalyptic predictions, which came in January after he claimed a star, which he calls "a binary twin of our sun", is coming "at us towards the south pole".

More specifically, David Meade is the theorist and the author of the study "Planet X - The 2017 Arrival".

"I do wonder if media interest in these stories is about mockery", says Brown, noting that since readers enjoy the ridiculousness of these theories, the tabloids rake in the clicks even if they don't actually believe in the content.

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