Conspiracy theorists debate about what Nibiru exactly is – some say it 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. Others however believe Nibiru, also known as Planet X, is an alien space ship which monitors our solar system. One proponent of the latter theory believes he has seen the fictional craft near the sun, and believes NASA is keeping the sighting under wraps.
Conspiracy theorist Scott C Waring adds Nibiru was neer the sun as our host star is actually hollow and the extraterrestrials are using it as some sort of station.
Mr Waring goes on to say in his bizarre claims that the aliens on or in Nibiru are also responsible for altering the course of life on Earth.
He writes on his blog UFO Sightings Daily: “A giant alien ship visited our sun today. The ship is close to ten to 15 times the size of earth, so you can bet that the US government and NASA knows about it already, but there is no way in hell they would ever alert the public.
“They want to keep the fear level down so they can control the public’s behaviour easier.
“I believe that this giant space craft is the legendary planet X, also known by the ancients as Nibiru. Its a planet size space craft that orbits our solar system making an appearance only when it wants and where it wants.
“Legend has it that it flies in an orbit that passes Earth every 15,000 to 20,000 years. During that time they are suppose to gather data about the evolution of humans and all creatures on Earth, analysts the data and make minor changes in DNA of creatures, even going so far as to cause extinction on a global scale – yes I mean the dinosaurs.
“So the real question is why are they near our sun unless the sun is truly hollow as I have stated before.”
US space agency NASA has continuously 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.”