End Of World Is Coming On April 23, Claims Conspiracy Theorists

We're All Going To Die On 23 April Because Of 'Death Planet', According To Conspiracy Theorists

End Of World Is Coming On April 23, Claims Conspiracy Theorists

It is the date when the sun, moon and Jupiter align in the constellation of Virgo, sparking the Biblical Rapture, it has been claimed.

He told the Express: "During this time frame, on April 23, 2018 the moon appears under the feet of the Constellation Virgo".

But before you start panic buying tins of soup and building a shelter in your garden - you might like to know that NASA has repeatedly denied the existence of Nibiru - also called Planet X.

THE world is going to end on April 23, according to terrifying new conspiracy theories.

Earlier this year, he said the Christian rapture would happen at some point in early April 2018, but we're nearly to the middle of the month and it's safe to say that it hasn't happened yet.

"This will be followed quickly by the rise of the Antichrist, the appearance of Planet X and World War III".

'Seven years of Tribulation will ensure.

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This theory of a wayward planet - also known as "Planet X" - became so prolific that NASA released a statement to confirm it wasn't true.

The conspiracy theorist predicted the end of days would hit in September 2017, for example, and later revised this to October of the same year.

Apart from religious prophets, some scientific works were called upon to give credence to Nibiru, including the work of University of Louisiana's Professor Daniel Whitmire, who hypothesized that a planet at the edge of the solar system with a 20,000-year orbit around the sun could displace comets and other planets with its gravity, causing them to change orbit and crash into Earth. He derived his idea of Nibiru from disputed studies of Sumerian mythology, and said the planet had a long, elliptical orbit around the sun that took 3,600 years to complete. There is no factual basis for these claims.

"Obviously, it does not exist". As far as the truth behind such predictions are concerned, people agree that he loves to stir things up by making conspiracy theories and boost the profit of his self-published books including Planet X - The 2017 Arrival and Rapture 2015 and Planet X. By observing the reputation of Meade's predictions, it can be noted that when Meade predicts something, chances are that the world will live happily ever after the judgement day.

"The Stars of Heaven and their constellations will not show their light".

Meade, who first claimed that Nibiru was on its way in a series on YouTube posts, later clarified his theory, confirming that the expected apocalypse had been delayed while also claiming that the planet was never predicted to arrive on a specific date in the first place.

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