Whoever believes in the Nibiru cataclysm, are convinced that a rogue planetary system is headed for Earth. According to reports, one the Nibiru conspiracy peddler claimed the system will end the world this weekend, on Sunday, November 19.
Due to lack of credible evidence for the existence of Nibiru it is also known as Planet X. If media reports are to believed than it is said that some online conspiracists have demanded that American space agency Nasa uses the world's nuclear reuses to blast Planet X out of the sky.
The planet is believed to be 10 times the size of the Earth. It is thought that the planet will cause massive earthquakes and tsunamis across the planet due to its huge gravitational pull.
One online forum user posted: "Isn't this Planet X supposed to be amazingly large?
"I say, if that planet comes around we declare war on those technology hoarding a** wipes.
'I put forth a motion to nuke the f*** out of this Planet X. Put this in your signature if you are in agreement."
Nuclear weapons possess an unimaginable degree of destructive power that has been used to level entire cities and put a stop to World War 2.
The Planet X conspiracy is an online hoax born in the late 1990s and popularised by Nancy Lieder on the Zeta Talks forum.
Nasa's scientists have been fighting false reports and doomsday predictions about Nibiru for years.
Dr David Morrison, an astronomer at NASA Ames Research Center, spook about the hoax today on a scientific radio show.
He said: "You’re asking me for a logical explanation of a totally illogical idea.
“There is no such planet, there has never been, [and] presumably there never will be.
"This year alone, the Nibiru doomsday date has been updated twice: the apocalypse was originally scheduled for September 23, moved to October 21, and now, the powers that be have settled on November 19.
"Honestly, if Nibiru is real — which it definitely isn’t — it sounds like a massive flake."
A doomsayer claims to have captured a video of Nibiru entering the atmosphere of the Earth, Express.co.uk has reported.
The video which has been uploaded to YouTube shows a glowing cloud formation in the sky, supposedly the dust trail of Nibiru.
It begins with an ominous message: “Nibiru’s here. First dust and ash from Planet X comet tail enter Earth’s atmosphere.”
Another so-called “truther” has claimed that the planet is already scattering dust and ash across Earth.
“Nibiru has millions of miles of trash and comets. It’s dragging everything with it, and we are starting to see this ash and dust that is entering our atmosphere," Conspiracy theorist Matt Rogers said.
With the sightings reported across the globe, many are convinced that the doomsday planet has arrived here already.
Nibiru expert and movie producer Yuval Ovadia recently shared what is claimed to be the ‘real’ footage of the planet visible in the skies over Jerusalem. The video shows a massive bright light that can be seen as “meteors” trail off and fall towards the Earth.
Previously, Ovadia revealed several images claimed to show the planet visible in the skies. Which place on Earth is safe from Nibiru attack?
Conspiracy theorists have apparently managed to find out one place on Earth which would be safe when Nibiru attacks.
According to them, the sole place on the entire planet which will be safe from the doomsday strike is or where humanity 'may remain unaffected' is Israel.