Nibiru won't destroy Earth on Saturday because it doesn't exist

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Memo to the Christian conspiracy theorist, er numerologist, who insists that a series of apocalyptic events will begin on September 23 and that the world is about to end.

The Bible says a woman "clothed with the sun" and a "crown of 12 stars" giving birth to a boy who will "rule all the nations" while she fights off a seven-headed dragon.

The Ultimate Survival Guide to the Day of Revelation - How to Protect When Mythical Planet X Approaches Earth Lately there have been growing conspirators who believe that planet X or Nibiru is "breathing" from earth. "A big, unexpected planet couldn't come out of nowhere without having been seen".

In it, Planet X is described as a celestial force that will include seven planets and moons.

Meade claimed the dates of recent events like the solar eclipse of August 21 and Hurricane Harvey's devastating flooding of Texas were all tagged in the Bible and on ancient markers on the Egyptian pyramids.

So despite multiple conspiracy theories over the years, NASA said Nibiru still does not exist, and it is not heading toward Earth.

Despite scientists rejecting the end of the world theory and the existence of Nibiru, NASA have said that a Planet X could actually be lurking beyond the solar system.

The baby boy will be the planet Jupiter, which will be moving out of Virgo on that night.

He added: "It's a very biblically significant, numerologically significant number". "It would be easily visible to the naked eye".

In an interview with the Washington Post, Meade said "Jesus lived for 33 years. I'm taking astronomy. I'm talking the Bible... and merging the two".

Some conspiracists reckon "Planet X", aka Nibiru, will destroy Earth on September 23.

Unsealed blogger "Gary" has also responded to the media attention, writing: "Revelation 20:1-10 tells us that before God creates "a new heaven and a new earth" (thus the end of the current world and the creation of a new one) Christ will return to earth and establish a Kingdom that lasts for 1,000 years".

"This catastrophe was initially predicted for May 2003, but when nothing happened the doomsday date was moved forward to December 2012 and linked to the end of one of the cycles in the ancient Mayan calendar at the winter solstice in 2012", say Nasa.

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