by Graham Pierrepoint
Remember the Mayan Apocalypse of 2012? Or, going even further back, predictions made by Nostradamus that the world would come to an end in 1999? As long as the Earth has turned, there have been theories and concerns over when life on our big blue planet will come to a stop – and while all of the theories leading up to today have been proven to be false, this hasn’t stopped a number of additional theories popping up. Some are based on science, others are based on religion – and more and more are based on fantasy. Regardless of where such ideas are coming from, apocalyptic warnings, predictions and visions are still very much being supported – and one forthcoming warning is currently claiming some headlines in the media.
The Nibiru Apocalypse Movement is warning that Earth will be plunged into darkness and will be subject to a fatal collision from a mysterious alien planet, known as Nibiru (or Planet X). Some theorists claim that the end of days is nigh and that it will time in shortly after a solar eclipse is due to be seen in the US on August 21st – and that such an event has been predicted in the Bible. Theorist and numerologist David Meade advised British media that the number 33 is extremely important in the supposed forthcoming Armageddon – taking into account that a ‘black moon’ occurs every 33 months, and that it will start in the 33rd state of the US – and that a solar eclipse of this nature hasn’t been seen in 99 years – which is, of course, divisible by 33.
Meade advises that he believes the Day of Reckoning will occur on September 23rdthis year – and that such predictions have been heralded in the Bible. Planet X, however, has been around for some time, at least as an urban myth – and it is not the first time that it has been central to discussion over an impending apocalypse. Further to this, NASA have even weighed in – as there is no evidence of Planet X, or Nibiru, existing at this time. While new planets are perhaps on the horizon, the story of Planet X is older than many people making the claims today – meaning that this latest apocalyptic prediction may well fall in line with previous claims. In any case – come Armageddon or just another Saturday – One News Page will be with you right the way up to September 23rd (and hopefully beyond)!