David Meade is a conspiracy theorist who recently claimed that the supposed tenth planet in our solar system, named ‘Nibiru,’ also known as ‘Planet X’ would collide with Earth in September, which will end all life on the planet.
Such collisions are rare occurrences in the galaxy anywhere in the universe, let alone our solar system, where no collision of such magnitude has occurred in the billions of years that have passed since its birth.
Scientists have been studying movements of the start in great detail, and any evidence of any events has not been found, so why would knowledge of such an event occur so suddenly? More damning facts than that are that there have been no reports on this supposed planet by any space agencies of the world. It is a question to ponder.
Is the world ending?
David Meade studied astronomy at the University of Louisville and has been working for several Fortune 1000 companies since he entered the professional world. He wrote special reports for management on a variety of topics. On the side, he has also released several books in which he talks about the ‘Planet X’ in great detail, one of these books being ‘Planet X – 2017 Arrival’. In this book, he provides information on ‘Planet X’ and certain proofs which point to a certain time.
“Planet X is a cryptogram, and this book contains the keys necessary to decode it.” This is a slogan used to advertise the book. Being a devout Christian, he links the existence of ‘Planet X’ to verses of the Bible and believes that the existence and the impending collision of Planet X with Earth are the perfect merging of science with the Bible.
It is worth noting that David Meade’s thoughts on ‘Nibiru’ do not go hand in hand with others who believe in its existence. In fact, the beliefs of these people largely contradict each other.
About the Planet X
The first time the idea of ‘Planet X’ came to fruition was when a woman named Nancy Lieder said that she was contacted by extraterrestrial beings known as Zetas when she was a girl. According to her, the Zetas implanted a communications device in her head with which she has received information. This information was of the ‘Planet X.’ The Hale-Bopp comet was expected to pass Earth in 1997.
Lieder claimed that the Hale-Bopp comet was in fact, just a star that would never come close to Earth, and that the news of the comet was just a distraction to the imminent arrival of ‘Planet X.’ When the Hale-Bopp comet eventually did pass Earth, it was recorded to be the brightest and longest observed comet of the past century. Lieder has since removed her statement about the comet being made up from her website, but her quote can still be found online.
Lieder believes that world leaders know of the planet’s existence but choose not to tell the public.
Apart from Lieder another individual known as Zecharia Sitchin claims to believe in the existence of a ‘Planet X.’ He has claimed he does not believe in Lieder’s statements and that he is completely separate to her. He believes that according to ancient Babylonian texts, there is a planet that crosses Earth every three thousand six hundred (3600) years. On Nibiru, there is sentient life which interacts with mankind. Sitchin believes these sentient beings were what the Sumerian myth knows as Annunaki, which were believed to be mankind’s first gods.
According to his theory, the last time the planet crossed Earth was in 556 BC. This would mean the next time the planet would cross Earth is AD 2900. Sitchin however, claims that the Annunaki could arrive on Earth via spaceship between AD 2090 and AD 2300 according to some Age of Pisces-Age of Aquarius mumbo jumbo. Now we have David Meade who claims the planet will collide with Earth in around 45 days. Many people have shown images of the planet in their telescopes which scientists have claimed as false.
It starts with an eclipse
According to David Meade, there will be a solar eclipse on August 21st which will signal the impending doom is near. According to researchers, there will be a solar eclipse on the 21st of August. However, that has not been linked to an incoming planet, as it is a normal solar eclipse like any other.
Linking it to the Bible, Meade says the eclipse will begin in Lincoln, Oregon in the following statement.
When the eclipse begins on August 21, the sunrise will be dark, just as Isaiah predicts. The Moon involved is called a black moon. These occur about every 33 months. In the Bible, the divine name of Elohim appears 33 times in Genesis. The eclipse will start in Lincoln Beach, Oregon – the 33rd state – and end on the 33rd degree of Charleston, South Carolina. Such a solar eclipse has not occurred since 1918, which is 99 years – or 33 times three.
NASA responds to doomsday claims
NASA has not commented on the collision of Nibiru with Earth now, but it has talked about the planet before.
NASA responded to the claims made by some individuals over the existence of Nibiru back in 2012 saying this:
Don’t believe doomsday news unless NASA says it’s okay to.
NASA and other space agencies such as the ESA are trusted sources of scientific information as they make claims based on factual evidence and excessive testing. If they have not seen or found any evidence of a ‘Planet X,’ then do not believe it when anyone claims to have done so.