12 August, 2017
The report adds: "The story started with claims Nibiru, a supposed planet discovered by the Sumerians, is headed toward Earth". But is it really true?
However, these doomsday predictions have never actually materialised.
End of World in 2012?
The prediction has been wandering around us since decades but the Nibiru prediction of it colliding with earth has definitely caught the attention of many. However, the idea is not accepted or supported by NASA scientist Dr. John Carlson.
As for Nasa, it says that 'Nibiru and other stories about wayward planets are an internet hoax.' 'Obviously, it does not exist.' Nasa claims it is internet hoax while many believe it to be real. "There is no factual basis for these claims".
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 a year ago.
As believed, the planet has been transmitting the plasmatic energy particle' all through our astral system, and the stream of the energy particle's force will interrupt Earth's "core flows" and eventually will trigger catastrophic alterations in the climate and atmosphere of earth.
For any claims of disaster or dramatic changes in 2012, where is the science? Some times facts are stranger than fiction and sometimes vice versa.
Thirty three days after the US' total solar eclipse - on the 23 September - the stars will align just as the book of Revelation says they will, before the world ends. Doomsday has been predicted in the year 2003, 2007, 2012, and 2015.
Also about Nibiru experts said even a few centuries ago.
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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.
They claim the next disruptive passage into the inner solar system could happen at any time. Merriam-Webster defines Total Solar Eclipse as an eclipse of the sun in which the moon completely hides the solar surface or photosphere and thereby cuts off all direct rays of sunlight from the observer. Meade elaborated by saying, "When the eclipse begins on August 21, the sunrise will be dark, just as Isaiah predicts". Called the Great American Eclipse, this would be a once-in-a-lifetime celestial spectacle.
According to Meade's forecast which he made earlier this year, Nibiru, also known as Planet X, would be visible in the skies on September 23 this year.
But then, one is sent into a fix because scientists deny Nibiru's existence. Still, Meade believes he is right after having stumbled upon some passages from The Bible and has justified his claims.
Earlier this year, Mr Meade claimed that Nibiru would clash with Earth in October after being driven here by the gravitational pull from a "binary star" twinned with the sun.
According to media reports, Meade and other conspiracy theorists don't have evidence to keep their theory erect, but are leaning on passages from The Bible to support their theory.
The conspiracy theorist points to warnings in the Old Testament book of Isaiah, Chapter 13, Verses 9 to 10, which reads, "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".