Prominent researcher, numerologist, and theorist David Meade believes humanity could witness “naked-eye sightings” of planet Nibiru beginning in May of this year. Meade is now sounding alarms for what he says could be the apocalypse, beginning with the return of Planet X.
According to The Daily Star, Meade and other theorists believe that Nibiru’s gravitational force could cause earthquakes and tsunamis, bringing about an “end days” scenario. The Christian researcher previously claimed the planet would become visible last year.
However, after Planet X (also known as Wormwood and Planet Nibiru) didn’t appear, Meade changed the date to May of this year. That’s when Israel will celebrate 70 years since it was declared an independent nation. According to Meade, this is a bold sign of the end of the world.
“Anything from this Spring forward, anything will go,” said Meade. “Here’s what I believe is going to start in the Spring of 2018: I believe North Korea will ascend to become a world-class superpower in March of 2018. I believe the great tribulation will begin after a short period of peace. Planet X won’t appear until after the tribulation period commences, and I don’t think you can pinpoint a month, week, and day but I do believe 2018 is high watch and I would be very surprised if a year from now, that we will be talking about anything except Nibiru.”
Others claim Nibiru is already here. Conspiracy theorist Paul Begley said, “There are asteroids, meteors – it’s all happening. The heavens are being shaken by some type of force, a gravitational pull. People are spotting now what looks like potentially Planet X. I have, from one night, three different people send me pictures of what looks like a Planet X.”
NASA has continually denied the existence of Nibiru, and The Church of England says Meade’s theories are based on misunderstandings of the Bible. In this new theory, though, Meade doesn’t claim Nibiru will impact the Earth, only that its arrival will usher in the Biblical end of days, and the “trials and tribulations.”