Published: Sat, August 12, 2017
Science | By Cecil Little

Earth's Doomsday Predicted On This Month's Solar Eclipse by Mysterious Planet "Nibiru"

Earth's Doomsday Predicted On This Month's Solar Eclipse by Mysterious Planet

A total solar eclipse occurs when the dark silhouette of the Moon completely obscures the intensely bright light of the Sun, allowing the much fainter solar corona to be visible. They believe "it" to be the ultimate destroyer of the life-supporting planet earth.

On 21st August 2017, Monday, the entire North America will be cast with a shadow as a total solar eclipse will take place for the first time in 99 years. The conspiracy theorists think that the gravitational effect of Nibiru a rouge planet disturbed the orbits of other planets centuries ago.

Amateur stargazer and Christian numerologist David Meade has been making headlines today after speaking with the Daily Star Online about some eerie predictions. The mysterious large planetary object is referred to as Planet X or Nibiru by the believers of the doomsday event called Nibiru cataclysm. The opinion of conspiracy theorists joined and astrophysics.

Though, Meade has cautioned that this upcoming eclipse is a warning sign not to be ignored.

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No, the August 21 solar eclipse doesn't mean the world is coming to an end.

Meade believes that after the eclipse Nibiru could be seen in the skies on 23 September before it collides with Earth. "The rising Sun will be darkened and the Moon will not give its light".

The hype over the Great American Eclipse on 21 August is certainly reaching fever pitch now that we're less than ten days out, and we hope that you are already prepared.

Meade wrote a book called "Planet X - The 2017 Arrival" in which he wrote that the planet would fly by Earth closely or devastate it.

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That date is September 23, 2017, he says. According to the freakish theory of David Meade, the planet has never been seen by any scientists. Meade is not the only doom preacher saying the end is nigh next month.

So why all the hype about the eclipse coming up on August 21?

Hollywood has been obsessed with the "apocalypse" theme described as "the complete final destruction of the world, as outlined in the biblical book of Revelation.' But if the conspiracy theorists are to be believed, we're inching towards the end of the world for real". From the Bible version to the Mayan numbers, the apocalypse had many versions.

"Images and data from potentially as many as millions of people will be collected and analysed by scientists for years to come", Carrie Black from the US National Science Foundation said last month. Dan McGlaun, who runs the website, wrote: "Total eclipses are so phenomenal and so overpowering and so fantastic that some people have ascribed a "super spirituality" to them".

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"Fortunately many astronomy-related conspiracy theories fall into the harmless nonsense category, but there are occasional grim exceptions, like the Heaven's Gate cult". Many people have prophesied the end of the world.

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