END OF THE WORLD? Nibiru to ‘appear in 2018 and DESTROY THE PLANET’ | Weird | News


The conspiracy theorist had claimed that the mythical Planet X, otherwise known as Nibiru, would cause the end of the world on September 23, 2017.

However, that failed to materialise, and now Mr Meade is back with a new theory and date for the end of the world. 

Speaking to Pastor Paul Begley, Mr Meade said: “The more I study every month, I would say I expect an awful lot to happen to commence in the spring of 2018.”

The Christian researcher has pointed to the fact that in May, Israel celebrates 70 years since it was declared an independent nation.

This, according to Mr Meade, is a sign of the end of the world.

Mr Meade said: “Anything from this Spring forward, anything will go.

“Here’s what I believe is going to start in the Spring of 2018: I believe North Korea will ascend to become a world class super power in March of 2018. 

“I believe the great tribulation will begin after a short period of peace.

“Planet X won’t appear until after the tribulation period commences, and I don’t think you can pin point a month, week and day but I do believe 2018 is high watch and I would be very surprised if a year from now, that we will be talking about anything except Nibiru.”

Nibiru is an alleged planetary object that is supposedly heading towards our solar system and will cause the apocalypse on Earth which will wipe out most of the population.

US space agency NASA has denied Nibiru’s existence and dismissed the claims as an online hoax. 

David Morrison, an astronomer at the space agency, said: “There is no such planet, there never has been, [and] presumably there never will be.”



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