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Is the end of the world today on October 15 and what is David Meade’s Planet X conspiracy theory?

A DOOMSDAY theorist believes “seven years of catastrophic events” will commence in a matter of days and says recent natural disasters are proof a Biblical prophecy is coming to pass. David Meade predicts nuclear attacks and hurricanes will destroy the planet – triggered by a mysterious Planet X. Here’s all we know about this latest […]

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A DOOMSDAY theorist believes “seven years of catastrophic events” will commence in a matter of days and says recent natural disasters are proof a Biblical prophecy is coming to pass.

David Meade predicts nuclear attacks and hurricanes will destroy the planet – triggered by a mysterious Planet X. Here’s all we know about this latest theory.

A huge planet is allegedly going to either smash into the Earth or pull us off our axis
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Is the end of the world on October 15?

The Christian conspiracy theorist has repeatedly warned about a mysterious planet named Planet X or Nibiru on the far edge of our solar system.

Conspiracies suggested it was hurtling towards earth and set to destroy it on September 23.

Now Meade claims people have misunderstood his Planet X prophecy.

Instead, he’s now claiming we could be in for SEVEN years of nuclear war and natural disasters starting on October 15.

Meade says that its “the most important date of this century or millennium”.

October 2017 may signal “the end of the world as we now know it”.


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The earthquake in Mexico and hurricanes in the Caribbean are all related to the Planet X theory, Meade claimed.

“It’s the beginning,” he said. “Ever since the Great American Solar Eclipse of August 21 we have been hit by a continued series of judgements.”

The date of September 23 relates to a verse in the Bible which apparently matches the August 21 date when Hurricane Harvey battered Texas.

Luke’s passage 21: 25 to 26 reads: “There will be signs in the sun, moon and stars.

“On the earth, nations will be in anguish and perplexity at the roaring and tossing of the sea.

People will faint from terror, apprehensive of what is coming on the world, for the heavenly bodies will be shaken.”

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What was David Meade’s Planet X conspiracy theory?

David believed that a “spiritual sign” would appear in the sky on September 23 where the moon will appear under the constellation of Virgo.

Then on October 5, Planet X will fully eclipse the sun and cover the earth in shadow.

This will signal the start of the “seven-year-tribulation” on October 21, he believes.

He claims an asteroid named Wormwood, measuring at least three kilometres in diameters, which is attached to the “debris field of the Planet X star system” will hit the Earth at some point during the seven years.

The “tribulation” will also involve “nuclear exchanges between the US, Britain and our enemies – Russia, China, Iran and North Korea.”


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“It will involve cataclysmic climate events related to Planet X or Wormwood – those are the trumpet judgements of Revelation,” he explained.

Huge solar flares would “bring down the electrical grid,” according to Meade.

“Rioting and looting will be unrestrained…. society will be in chaos,” he warned.

An unusual celestial arrangement set for September 23 triggered the doomsday fears.

But astronomer Christopher Graney says it’s happened four times before in 1827, 1483, 1293 and 1056.

A prophecy, which said Planet X would cause the end of the world this weekend, spread globally
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What is Planet X?

Meade expects Nibiru will pass the Earth – bringing with it volcanic eruptions, tsunamis and earthquakes.

The mysterious planet was first mentioned in 1976 by author Zecharia Sitchin in his book The 12th Planet.

He wrote it is home to ancient aliens called the Annunaki who he claimed created the human race.

Meade believes an asteroid named Wormwood will hit the earth
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What does Nasa say?

This theory gained momentum earlier this year when NASA discovered what could be a new planet deep in the solar system, which they named Planet Nine.

It could have a mass 10 times that of earth.

Jim Green, director of NASA’s Planetary Science Division, said: “It’s too early to say with certainty there’s a so-called Planet X.”

The space agency has however firmly, and repeatedly, dismissed the theories about Nibiru as an “internet hoax”.

“The planet in question, Nibiru, doesn’t exist, so there will be no collision,” said Nasa.

“The story of Nibiru has been around for years (as has the ‘days of darkness’ tale) and is periodically recycled into new apocalyptic fables.

“There is no factual basis for these claims.

“If Nibiru or Planet X were real and headed for an encounter with the Earth … astronomers would have been tracking it for at least the past decade, and it would be visible by now to the naked eye. “Obviously, it does not exist.”

Nick Pope, who headed up the Ministry of Defence’s UFO desk, agrees with the space agency.

He said: “The bottom line is that if a mysterious 12th planet was really going to hit the Earth on Saturday, we’d all be able to see it right now.”

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Who is David Meade? Christian numerologist who believes Planet X will cause the end of the world

CHRISTIAN conspiracy theorists have gathered clues that suggest the end of the world is nigh. But who is David Meade and what is his theory? Here’s what you need to know… Who is David Meade? David Meade is a Christian conspiracy theorist who has made predictions about Doomsday. He wrote a book called Planet X – The […]

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CHRISTIAN conspiracy theorists have gathered clues that suggest the end of the world is nigh.

But who is David Meade and what is his theory? Here’s what you need to know…

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Who is David Meade?

David Meade is a Christian conspiracy theorist who has made predictions about Doomsday.

He wrote a book called Planet X – The 2017 Arrival – insisting Nibiru would crash into Earth in October – but then moved it forward by a few weeks.

His theory was given a boost this year when NASA discovered a new planet in the solar system, which they named Planet Nine.

Meade’s prediction is largely based on the Bible passage Isaiah, Chapter 13 9-10, it reads: “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.

“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.”

What is David Meade’s theory about Planet X?

Conspiracies about the mysterious “Planet X”, Nibiru, suggested that it could be headed towards Earth to destroy it on September 23.

However, when the date passed without apocalyptic incident, Meade insisted that people misunderstood his Planet X prophecy.

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Predictions that the end of the world in nigh have been stirred after a date matched quotes in the Bible
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Instead, he claimed that October 15 will herald seven years of nuclear war and natural disasters, marking “the end of the world as we now know it”.

He still has a few more hours left for this to come true but it’s looking likely that Meade has once again failed in his prediction.

The theory was first mentioned in 1976 by author Zecharia Sitchin in his book The 12th Planet.

He believed the planet is home to ancient aliens called the Annunaki who he claimed created the human race.

David has said that Nibiru will pass the Earth – bringing with it volcanic eruptions, tsunamis and earthquakes.


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Meade buys into the idea that a 2,000-year-old prophecy, which was described in the book of Revelation, will cause an apocalypse.

The prediction has been rumbling around for years – but every doomsday has come and gone so far.

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Is Planet X real, what does Nibiru mean and will the world end today on October 15?

THE end is nigh, if some conspiracy theorists are to be believed. David Meade had believers convinced that Earth would be destroyed by Nibiru, or Planet X, on September 23 – but now claims October 15 is the date to be weary of. Here’s what the theory is all about… Why do some people think […]

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THE end is nigh, if some conspiracy theorists are to be believed.

David Meade had believers convinced that Earth would be destroyed by Nibiru, or Planet X, on September 23 – but now claims October 15 is the date to be weary of. Here’s what the theory is all about…

A group of Christian conspiracy theorists believe Planet X could cause the end of the world
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Why do some people think the world will end on September 23?

Meade, a Christian conspiracy theorist, has repeatedly warned about a mysterious planet named Planet X or Nibiru on the far edge of our solar system.

Conspiracies suggested it was hurtling towards earth and set to destroy it on September 23.

Now, he claims that people have misunderstood his Planet X prophecy.

Instead, he’s now claiming we could be in for SEVEN years of nuclear war and natural disasters starting on October 15.

Meade says that its “the most important date of this century or millennium”.

October 2017 may signal “the end of the world as we now know it”.

The huge planet will supposedly pull the Earth off its axis, causing earthquakes, storms and widespread chaos.

And the story goes that codes in the Bible and a “date marker” on the Pyramids of Giza, in Egypt, pinpoint the 23rd as the day of reckoning.

However, not everyone is so convinced, with Nasa claiming that the Planet X theory is just a hoax.

David Meade says the planet could prompt ‘the end of the world as we now know it’
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What does Nibiru mean?

Nibiru is another name for Planet X, with the Nibiru cataclysm referring to the supposed apocalypse as a result of the mysterious planet.

There are a few variants to the theory, but all claim that the menacing planet is huge and well on its way towards our Solar System.


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Some think it will crash directly into Earth, shattering our planet into a cloud of space dust.

Others claim it will scrape past us, but its size will drag the Earth off its axis and into chaos regardless.

Nasa has claimed there could be a ninth planet beyond our Solar System, although they don’t believe it poses any risk
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Is Planet X real?

Believers are certain that Planet X is real and heading Earthwards – although Christian conspiracy theorists don’t exactly have the best track record.

Based on their modelling, Nasa scientists do think there could be another planet in our Solar System, although they don’t yet know for sure.

Nicknamed “Planet Nine”, the planet is estimated to have a mass ten times greater than that of the Earth.

Researchers think the planet, the furthest in our Solar System, could take between 10,000 and 20,000 years to complete one orbit of the sun.

Naturally, conspiracy theorists have jumped on the idea of a ninth planet, which they claim could be the Planet X they’ve been warning us about.

But Nasa claims the apocalyptic theory is a load of nonsense – although they admit that a harmless Planet X could be drifting at the edge of the Solar System.

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This is what the Bible’s terrifying ‘end of the world’ predictions and apocalyptic verses REALLY mean

A BIBLICAL scholar has stepped forward to explain the REAL meaning of the Good Book’s apocalyptic verses amid fears the end of the world is nigh. Some Christians have used passages from the holy tome to predict the start of the Rapture  – when all believers will rise into the sky and join Christ for eternity – […]

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A BIBLICAL scholar has stepped forward to explain the REAL meaning of the Good Book’s apocalyptic verses amid fears the end of the world is nigh.

Some Christians have used passages from the holy tome to predict the start of the Rapture  – when all believers will rise into the sky and join Christ for eternity – will take place this week.

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A depiction of the mythical planet Nibiru, or Planet X, as it hurtles towards Earth[/caption]

Methodist conspiracy theorist David Meade has tied in biblical stories with the movement of the stars and planets to state earth will go into self-destruct mode on October 15.

He predicts seven years of nuclear attacks and hurricanes will destroy the planet – triggered by the arrival of a mysterious Planet X.

Now the Church has come out to explain what the bible’s passages really mean.

The Reverend Dr Ian Paul, a member of the council which advises the leadership of the Church of England, said the prediction was a “complete misconception”.

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Revelation 12

Chapter 12 of the New Testament book of Revelation – known as The Woman and the Dragon – is the best known passage about the Apocalypse.

In the story the woman gives birth to a male child (Jesus) that is attacked by the Dragon identified as the Devil.

When the child is taken to heaven, the woman flees into the wilderness leading to "War in Heaven" in which the angels cast out the Dragon.

The Dragon attacks the woman, who is given wings to escape, and then attacks her again with a flood of water from his mouth, which is subsequently swallowed by the earth.

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In frustration the dragon initiates an all-out war on the followers of Christ.

David Meade – and many other Christian soothsayers – claim this “great sign in heaven” matched the position of the stars and planets on September 23, 2017.

He alleged the red dragon referred to a mysterious planet called Nibiru, which would appear in our skies and causing havoc.

Some believers claim Nibiru – also known as Planet X – has appeared and even provided photos and video to prove it.

Meade has now tweaked his prediction to say the Rapture will begin in October 2017.

But Rev Dr Ian Paul said the prediction was a “misconception”.

He told Daily Star Online: “This is not a plausible reading of Revelation 12. The plot of a dragon wanting to consume a child, who in the end defeats him, comes from the Greek myth of Python pursuing Leto who gives birth to Apollo.

“In other words, this is about the birth of Jesus bringing an end to the suffering of his exiled people by defeating Satan – their enemy and accuser."


2. Luke 21

In Luke, chapter 21, verse 10 and 11 Jesus describes how Christians "will know" when the end of the world is imminent.

He said: “Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. There will be great earthquakes, famines and pestilences in various places, and fearful events and great signs from heaven.”

Some have linked these worrying words to recent world events including hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Jose and Maria and the threat of a nuclear war between North Korea and the US.

However, Dr Paul said Jesus was actually predicting the Roman destruction of the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem.

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An architectural model of the Temple in Jerusalem which was destroyed by he Romans[/caption]

Dr Paul told us: “In Luke 21, Jesus’ words have clearly been understood by Luke to refer to the destruction of the temple by the Romans in AD70.

“He refers to ‘Jerusalem surrounded by armies’ in Luke 21.20, and after the mention of ‘signs in the sun, moon and stars’ in verse 25, goes on to say emphatically ‘Amen, I tell you this generation will not pass away until all these things have happened.’

“Luke records Jesus exact words in Aramaic here by using ‘Amen’ – showing that it was important to both Jesus and Luke, who was writing after the fall of Jerusalem, that all this referred to things in his own generation.”

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Some believe the biblical stories predict all life on earth will be wiped out[/caption]


3. Isaiah 13

Other doomsayers quote the Old Testament book of Isaiah, Chapter 13, verses nine to 10 which read: “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.

“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.”

Meade linked this to the rare solar eclipse which was witnessed over the US in August this year.

The sun blazed behind the moon causing a halo like effect in the dark Oregon sky
The sun blazed behind the moon causing a halo like effect in the dark Oregon sky in August
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The same passage claims various solar and lunar eclipses mean the world is ending.
Dr Paul told the Star these natural phenomenons had occurred many times before – and there was no reason to believe Isaiah was referring to the recent eclipse.He said: “Isn’t it a bit odd that we should take it to refer to ours? These things have happened before.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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