What do Christians “Researcher” says about the end of the world on September 23.

A self-proclaimed researcher named David Meade says that on September 23 the major part of the world will not be the same, because of a series of apocalyptic event.
Meade claims that the disaster or the end of the world will begin with the mysterious planet named Nibiru or “Planet X”.This planet is on a collision course with Earth, and will brings tsunamis and earthquakes . I’ts belived that this planet is hidden in the solar system and will collide with Earth on Spt. 23. This date is not a coincidence, it was claimed due to the numerous events like the solar eclipse and the Hurricane Harvery’s.All this disasters were named in the Bible including Revelation 12:1.
The passage reads:”A great sign appeared in heaven; a woman clothed with the sun with the moon under her feet and a crown of 12 stars on her head”.
According to some researches by computer generations on astronomical models, this sing has never before occurred in human history, and will appear in the sky on Spt. 23. During this date the moon will be on the foot of the woman figured under the Constellation Virgo, the sun appears to precisely clothe Virgo.
Meade also proclaimed that the “Planet X Theory” is more credible because it lines with more bible codes and ancient markers on the Egyptian pyramids.
Theorists has urged NASA to consider bombing the planet with nuclear weapon in case their theory is right. But this is really impossible because it will damage the Earth or the planets near because of it’s small distance, and the rest of the planet can also destroy the moon witch is Earth’s satellite. Anyway on the other hand NASA has already dismissed the prediction ; and calling the hole thing a hoax. The space agency knows this theory for many years and is taking them down like the talk of Armageddon in a 2012 statement.
Nick Pope dismissed the claims but said there was a darker side to the conspiracy theory and it could even lead to avoidable deaths.
He said: “I’m disappointed but not surprised at some of the end of the world predictions currently doing the rounds.”
“Nibiru doesn’t exist. The world won’t end on September 23. All that’s happening is that a hoax is being perpetuated in the name of evangelical Christianity”.
“If this theory were real the astronomers would have been tracking it for at least the past decade and now the Nibiru planet would have been visible to us with naked eye”.
Meade declared himself as a self-published author who has studied at the University of Louisville. He and other theorist declared several times before that Nibiru would crash the Earth, and non of them really happened. They also predicted the end of the world on 2012 and was linked to the end of the Mayan calendar.
For further casting doubt on the theory, a Montreal-based radio producer attempted to book Meade for an interview to discus about his theory and he said that he’d be available until the next week.

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