Movie producer and Nibiru researcher Yuval Ovadia claimed that Planet X will kickstart chaos and mark the end of the world when it hits Earth later on today.
He said: “No one knows for sure, though there is a good chance it will have an impact like an electro-magnetic pulse (EMP) bomb, that means shutting off and neutralising all electrical devices.”
Researcher David Meade added: “EMP events – solar flares are the calling card. Look for power blackouts worldwide.
He also told the Daily Star: “Nibiru will only affect one third to half of the earth. Major rebuilding will be needed. It is not an extinction-level event.”
Conspiracy theorists have also claimed that freezing temperatures and deep snow will cover the UK this winter following the catastrophic approach of Planet X.
An article shared on YogaEsoteric.com purports that the world is headed for an apocalyptic cataclysm caused by Nibiru.
The article reads: “This report warned of a future era of ‘rioting and nuclear war’ during which time Great Britain will become like ‘Siberia’ encased in snow when ‘whole nations walking by foot’ seeking to find new homelands would not be unrealistic in such a catastrophic environment.
“This Pentagon Report predicts that abrupt climate change could bring the planet to the edge of anarchy as countries develop a nuclear threat to defend and secure dwindling food, water and energy supplies.
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“The threat to global stability vastly eclipses that of terrorism, say the few experts privy to its contents.”
Despite a lack of any real evidence, conspiracy theorists and doom-mongers across the planet are certain that a mythical planetary system is on a collision course with Earth.
This supposed system, which has never been seen before, is said to orbit our sun every 3,600 years and its reported approach heralds an imminent apocalypse.
Conspiracists believe that Nibiru’s arrival will trigger super volcanoes, earthquakes, a shift in the Earth’s poles – and bring about a harsh winter.
The article adds: “Major unheard of changes are currently appearing on the surface and atmosphere of the sun and all the planets.
“Astronomer Mike Lockwood from California’s Rutherford Appleton National Laboratories found that since 1901 the sun’s overall magnetic field has increased by 230 per cent.
“Solar flares and storms have also increased.
“The earth’s moon now has a 6000 kilometre-deep atmosphere of Natrium that it never had before.”
A NASA Senior scientist, David Morrison, recently rubbished Nibiru theories by declaring that the planet is nothing more than a fallacy.
He told The Sun: “There is no such planet, there never has been, and presumably there never will be — but it keeps popping up over and over.”