Planet X to really cause mass extinction this month? – NASA Admit 10th Planet


Where and what is ‘Planet x’

I do not fully believe this is true. The BIBLE calls this ‘Wormwood’. From NASA official website 10th Planet Discovered we all know now that 100% Nibiru or Planet X exists, all us foolish ‘Conspiracy nutters’ have been proven correct as usual because we know the story 100% or as much as we can. Many are saying Earth will be hit in the next month causing an ‘E.L.E’ event on Earth. Research, become knowledge, look to NASA and other main stream media for the story. Links and tweets below from around the World as always. #10thPlanet, do your own research!!


“Planet X-Nibiru to Cause MASS EXTINCTION This Month” – Astrophysics, D. Whitmire.
Via MLordandGod on You Tube


Nibiru Planet X to really cause mass extinction this month
Via Blow Your Mind on You Tube



indexThe elusive Planet X, or Nibiru, with its unimaginably long 27-million-year orbit, is still only a theory to many. But one astrophysicist believes it spells doom for Earth. Nibiru’s arrival this month, he says, will bring about a mass extinction of untold proportions.

The celestial body, theorized in many an ancient text – most notably among the Sumerians –  is predicted to be 10 times our size, and is currently still thousands of times further away from us than our sun. But if the latest research is correct, something is having a skewing effect on a group of objects in the Kuiper Belt, just beyond Neptune. And it’s closing in fast.

Thanks to science, we know that the larger the celestial body, the bigger its gravity, and consequently, its ability to affect other, smaller bodies around it. We’ve known of Jupiter’s crucial role in protecting us from asteroids for quite some time now. But the mysterious Nibiru could very well do the opposite – and some say there’s good reason to believe it.

According to wide speculation among the space-surveying community, we were never likely to observe Nibiru closely, owing to its long orbit. However, once it makes its theoretical journey back around, it’s going to bring with it more than just a pretty sight.

Some say the mass extinction some 27 million years ago was caused by just that: comets and other space debris pummeling Earth and wiping everything out. And we indeed have fossil evidence to suggest that, with striking regularity, something wiped out almost all life once in every 27 million years, dating back at least 250 million years.

Ancient Sumerian writings first documented the planet’s supposed existence, as did other ancient civilizations. But our inability to study it firmly placed the doomsday scenarios into the conspiracy-theory category.

Now, a retired astrophysics professor from the University of Louisiana, Daniel Whitmire, is saying Nibiru has all but arrived to our neck of the woods – and that the destruction brought about by its gravitational trickery will take place this very April, as it’s done numerous times before, every time it passed us by.

Whitmire recently published his research in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, although he first theorized the Nibiru-mass extinction connection back in 1985 in the journal Nature.

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NASA Website: NASA-Funded Scientists Discover Tenth Planet

Daily Mail: Nasa warns it is too early to confirm Planet X

Before it’s News: Nibiru Planet X Found Announced on National TV

Science Mag: Astronomers say a Neptune-sized planet lurks beyond Pluto

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