The End Of the World is Hurtling Towards Us…Literally


Mahle Gangi and Claire Baker

David Meade, author of ‘Planet X – The 2017 Arrival’, and conspiracy theorists worldwide are convinced that on September 23 the conspired Planet X will collide with Earth and end our world as we know it.

According to Meade, The Great American Eclipse on August 21 was the beginning of the apocalypse. This point in time marked the beginning of the end as Meade preaches about a planet that NASA claims is an ‘internet hoax’, Planet X, also known as Nibiru, hurtles towards Earth at an alarming speed. But what proof does Meade have to support his claims?

Meade draws from multiple passages from the Bible to back him up. One of the many is Chapter 13 verses 9 and 10 of Isaiah from the Old Testament which reads:

9 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.

10 The stars of heaven and their constellations

   will not show their light.

The rising sun will be darkened

   and the moon will not give its light.”

He claims that this passage makes a connection to something he has given the title of the “33 Convergence”, which details a chronology of events all including the number 33.

“When the eclipse begins on August 21, the sunrise will be dark, just as Isaiah predicts,” he says. “The Moon involved is called a black moon. These occur about every 33 months. In the Bible, the divine name of Elohim appears 33 times in Genesis.

He added: “The eclipse will start in Lincoln Beach, Oregon – the 33rd state – and end on the 33rd degree of Charleston, South Carolina. Such a solar eclipse has not occurred since 1918, which is 99 years – or 33 times three.”

Previously, Meade marked Nibiru’s impact date for October, but this was not the first time Planet X was predicted to wipe out humanity. Since 2003, it has been predicted several times that Nibiru would end the world. The most popular end-of-the-world prediction can most likely be dubbed December 21, 2012, the prediction based on the 5,125 year long Mayan Calendar that came to an abrupt end and prophesied an atrocious end for all of humanity.

In 2012, NASA commented on the doomsday predictions and claimed it was an “internet hoax” with no factual backing. Besides that, scientists say that if Nibiru were real and was hurtling towards us, “astronomers would have been tracking it for at least the last decade, and it would be visible by now to the naked eye.” Besides that, NASA has reported that it’s unlikely any large object will crash into Earth anytime in the next hundred years.

Will September 23 be another conspiracists’ hoax? Will this day pass just like any other? Only time will tell.