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Doomsday Planet Reportedly Photographed Behind Moon Doomsday Planet Reportedly Photographed Behind Moon

Doomsday Planet Reportedly Photographed Behind Moon

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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.

In actuality, a blood moon occurs as a result of the reflection from the sun. However, the doomsday theories live on.

These are only the latest in the predictions of Nibiru’s destruction of our planet. The predictions date back to 1995, when the founder of a website called ZetaTalk posted it on her site. The founder believed she was receiving messages from extraterrestrials through a brain implant. While many don’t realize the origin of these theories, they persist on websites and YouTube channels.

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Stephanie Faris

Stephanie is a freelance writer and novelist whose work has appeared on,, the Intuit Small Business Blog, and many others. She is the Simon & Schuster author of 8 children's books, including the Piper Morgan chapter book series, 25 Roses, and 30 Days of No Gossip.

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