Nibiru or Planet X has been creating a lot of buzz as conspiracy theorists claim that it will result in doomsday on Earth. Now, according to latest claims supported by a bizarre video, Nibiru is already leaving a mark in the skies.
According to conspiracy theorists, Nibiru will bring apocalypse on Earth when it enters our solar system.
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.
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 on 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 enters 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 doomsday strike is or where humanity 'may remain unaffected' is Israel.
Discovery of new planet
Astronomers have found a new planet having 13.4 times the mass of Jupiter. The planet is circling around a star in the "bulge" of the Milky Way. Any new planet which is yet to be named officially is given the name Planet X.
However, this name has also been given to the mythical Nibiru system.
The new planet is currently called OGLE-2016-BLG-1190Lb. Its discovery has fired up believers of the Nibiru theory. They have claimed that the Nibiru will be on an approach path with the Earth between November 20 and December 20.
One user of conspiracy theory website Godlikeproductions.com, based in Australia, believes OGLE-2016-BLG-1190Lb could be the proof of Nibiru.
The user with the handle Daniel (D Alien) started a forum on the site entitled "Has Nibiru Been Hiding in the Heart of Our Galaxy All Along?," after learning of the news.
One person with the username Anonymous replied: "Looks like no one really knows what is out there."
Another with the username Anonymous Coward posted: "Please apply your mind.”
"Nibiru is an ordinary planet that will never orbit near here again and it hasn't been hiding anywhere."
Details of the new planet were published in a paper posted on arXiv.org.
An international team of researchers led by Yoon-Hyun Ryu of the Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute in Daejon, South Korea, said in the paper: "We report the discovery of OGLE-2016-BLG-1190Lb, which is likely to be the first Spitzer microlensing planet in the galactic bulge/bar, an assignation that can be confirmed by two epochs of high-resolution imaging of the combined source-lens baseline object."
What NASA says about Nibiru?
US space agency NASA recently discovered a hypothetical Planet 9, which is believed to be 10 times bigger than the Earth, at the edge of our solar system. However, Nasa said it was not Nibiru, which "does not exist."
"If a planet is there, it's extremely distant and will stay that way, with no chance – in case you're wondering – of ever colliding with Earth, or bringing ‘days of darkness’,” NASA said in a statement.
The Nibiru myth dates back to 1976, when writer Zecharia Sitchin claimed two ancient Middle Eastern cultures, the Babylonians and Sumerians, told of a giant planet dubbed Nibiru which orbited the Sun.
Calling the Nibiru myth an internet hoax, Nasa insists the conspiracy theorists are completely wrong.
Dr David Morrison, a Nasa scientist, said: "There is no credible evidence whatever for the existence of Nibiru. There are no pictures, no tracking, no astronomical observations.”
"I can quite specifically say how we know Planet X or Nibiru does not exist and does not threaten Earth.”
“Firstly, if there was a planet headed into the inner solar system that was going to come close to the Earth, it would already be inside the orbit of Mars, it would be bright, it would be easily visible to the naked eye - if it was up there it would be easy to see it, all of us could see it."
Space boffin Dr Brian Cox has also insisted Planet X does not exist.
Associate Professor Jonti Horner, an astronomer at the University of Southern Queensland in Australia, said: "I’ve never heard of anybody who’s an actual astronomer talk about Nibiru before.
"It’s basically an urban myth — it’s like having a biologist coming out and talking about werewolves and the Sasquatch being real. You just wouldn’t hear it.”