The world is about to end, if you believe this doomsday claim

The Earth is about to be destroyed stunning claim

Morrison also reminded viewers of his video, If Nibiru was barreling toward the Earth, we'd see it.

It is impossible to tell if the end of the world is going to be next week, next year or if it is actually near. "People will faint from terror, apprehensive of what is coming on the world, for the heavenly bodies will be shaken", the passage says.

"Nibiru and other stories about wayward planets are an Internet hoax".

He added that it was a very biblically significant, numerologistic significant number.

An online countdown says there are just days left till the alleged apocalyptic event predicted by author and doomsayer David Meade for September 23. The world is coming to an end on September 23, 2017.

Making the biblical prophecy of "Rapture" as his foundation, Meade uses the 12 Signs of Revelation to manifest that the rapture would soon be fulfilled with appearance of a woman clad in sun with moon under her feet and 12 stars on her head, as ludicrous as it may sound, its believed to be true by the proponents of outlandish theory.

Meade told the Washington Post the prediction is based on verses and numerical codes in the Bible.

Meade has built his theory on the so-called Planet X, which is also known as Nibiru, which he believes will pass Earth on September 23, causing volcanic eruptions, tsunamis and earthquakes... "I'm talking astronomy. I'm talking the Bible ... and merging the two".

"The rising Sun will be darkened and the Moon will not give its light".

According to the Bible, the end of the humanity will precede the Rapture and the second coming of Christ.

If the world is still here on September 23, it will have survived three apocalypses to date - the other two were in 2003 and 2012. If Nibiru were real and it were a planet with a substantial mass, then it would already be perturbing the orbits of Mars and Earth. "Sometimes we talk about Planet X but that's a unusual name too", he said at the time.

As Nibiru, or Planet X, passes the Earth, it will bring volcanic eruptions, tsunamis, and earthquakes, explains David Meade.

Bible passages apparently supporting the centuries' old prediction of the end of the world on September 23 of this year has intrigued many around the globe, The Sun reports. Yet, it is still a reminder that we need to think critically about all news.

Due to that, the Agency wrote in a blog the following: "News flash: the world didn't end on 21 December 2012".

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