Bible Says 2017 Solar Eclipse Will Make Planet X Crash into Earth?

James Marshall
August 12, 2017

The scientific staff of NASA claim that Nibiru is located in 20 times farther from the Sun than Neptune, so the ninth planet cannot affect the existence of humanity and life on Earth. The changes would bring huge alterations in the climate of Earth.

Theories about Planet X, Nibiru or other "wayward planets" are false, according to NASA.

However, scientists have denied the existence of Nibiru.

Nancy Lieder from Wisconsin is one of the conspiracy theorists who said that Niribu would be in the closest proximity to Earth in 2003 and it would result in Earth's destruction, and such instance never occurred.

The agency said if Nibiru were 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. Merriam-Webster defines Total Solar Eclipse as an eclipse of the sun in which the moon completely hides the solar surface or photosphere and thereby cuts off all direct rays of sunlight from the observer. "The Rising Sun will be pitch-black, and the Moon will not give its light" - Meade, and other theorists argued that the doomsday of Earth will take place next month, on 23rd September. They believe "it" to be the ultimate destroyer of the life-supporting planet earth.

According to a conspiracy theory, the Great American Total Solar Eclipse will be followed by Earth's destruction because of the alien planet Nibiru, which is also known as Nibiru cataclysm.

Meade says this passage is connected to what he has dubbed the "33 Convergence", where a strand of coincidences all include the number 33.

We are less than two weeks away from the Great American Eclipse.

"The moon involved is called a black moon". In the Bible, the divine name of Elohim appears 33 times in Genesis. "Such a solar eclipse has not occurred since 1918, which is 99 years - or 33 times three".

That date is September 23, 2017, he says. According to the freaky theory of David Meade, the planet has never been seen by any scientists. Meade is not the only doom preacher saying the end is nigh next month.

"I do wonder if media interest in these stories is about mockery", says Brown, noting that since readers enjoy the ridiculousness of these theories, the tabloids rake in the clicks even if they don't actually believe in the content.

We've all been warned about it time and time again. Dan McGlaun, who runs the website, wrote: "Total eclipses are so phenomenal and so overpowering and so unbelievable that some people have ascribed a "super spirituality" to them".

Another Knox city official, who asked not to be named, said he's been around long enough to see many end-of-world claims come and go.

"That's why so many cultures have created stories and myths about eclipses throughout history". So far, none of them have been right.

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