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Predictions about the end of the world date back as far as humankind, with someone announcing a new date every couple of years. The latest date is just around the corner, as predicted by a Christian numerologist who is known for his repeated warnings about a collision with a planet called Nibiru.

David Meade is an author and student of astronomy whose book Planet X: The 2017 Arrival sets doomsday as sometime between September 20th and 23rd, saying everyone on the planet will be dead on that date. The cause will be Nibiru’s impact with our planet, an event Meade claims is predicted in the Bible. He also said that markings on the Pyramids point to this date range.

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Since Pluto was downgraded to a dwarf planet, the world of space has been constantly abuzz over the possibility of a ninth planet in our Solar System. While trying to disprove the existence of a ninth planet in 2016, scientists actually realized they might have discovered one quite a distance from Pluto. There have been other instances of possible ninth-planet sightings, although none have been confirmed to date.

The most recent possibility exists in the Kuiper belt, a ring-shaped accumulation of matter within our Solar System. Researchers at the University of Arizona have spotted mysterious movement within the belt that they believe could point to a previously-undiscovered planet.

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The past couple of years have brought multiple blood moons, leading some to predict the end of the world. As the final blood moon came and went and we’re all still here, conspiracy theorists have turned their attention to a new impending disaster.

Known as both Nibiru and Planet X, the supposed end of life as we know it is said to be a large planet with a vast orbit. Because of this orbit, when Nibiru passes within a close proximity to the Earth, predictors say its gravitational pull will create major catastrophes on our planet, including earthquakes and other natural disasters.

A YouTube channel contains a photo of what is said to be Nibiru, tying the planet to the blood moon events of the previous couple of years. Theorists say the reflection of the planet caused the reddish tinge we repeatedly saw during each blood moon.

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