Conspiracy Theorists Claim ‘Planet X’ is on a Collision Course for Earth

Footage claiming to show a mysterious 'planet' next to a blood red moon over Pennsylvania, has emerged on the internet (pictured). Conspiracy theoriests claim the planet is on a collision course with Earth, but skeptical viewers might conclude it is probably lens flare
Footage claiming to show a mysterious ‘planet’ next to a blood red moon over Pennsylvania, has emerged on the internet (pictured). Conspiracy theoriests claim the planet is on a collision course with Earth, but skeptical viewers might conclude it is probably lens flare

It has been quite a year for doommongers – only last month they feared the second coming of Jesus might coincide with a flip of the Earth’s magnetic poles.

Now a new theory suggests the world may be ended by hidden planet hurtling through our solar system called Nibiru.

Conspiracy theorists claim the world’s scientists and governments have been covering up this impending doomsday.

A video has appeared on YouTube claiming to capture footage of the mysterious planet, alongside a blood moon, which they say marks the beginning of the end.

For years, conspiracy theorists have claimed that Nibiru, or Planet X – an alleged planet with a large orbit – will wreak havoc on Earth.

However, this is the first theory to link NIbiru to a blood moon event, claiming that the mysterious planet is to blame.

Blood moons are caused by sunlight passing over the Earth’s atmosphere which is refracted in such a way that green to violet light is scattered more strongly than red light, leaving the red light to reach the moon’s surface.

Since 2014 there have been several blood moons seen which is very rare – only a handful have been seen in the last 2,000 years.

The new video, posted by YouTube channel, Nibiru Planet X 2016, suggests that blood moons are really the shadow of Nibiru as it nears Earth.

The video states: ‘The video you are about to watch is going to change everything you have been taught and everything that you believe in.

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SOURCE: Daily Mail, Shivali Best