News4KTLA has reported that NASA had issued a terrifying advisory about the trajectory of a a “rogue planet” known as “Nibiru” or “Planet X”, saying it would “intersect Earth’s orbit, with potentially disastrous consequences”.
The report said: “NASA has known about the mystery planet for years, but declined to warn us … until now.
“Finally, after the announcement of “Planet Nine” in January, conspiracy theorists have proved to the skeptics that they have been right this entire time, and NASA finally has to admit its wrongs.
“The planet, according to Caltech researchers, has a mass about ten times that of Earth and takes about 15,000 years to make a full orbit around the sun – And it’s heading towards Earth.”
However, there is NO NEED TO PANIC!
The report has been exposed as a completely fake by debunking website Snopes.com.
The report is extremely convincing and even claims to quote NASA spokesperson Heather Cartwright as saying: “Although our scientists at NASA have emphasised for years that Nibiru doesn’t exist, we are ready to reveal the fact that it does exist.
“The truth is we have been tracking the object for at least a decade and it is definitely headed towards planet Earth.
“However, we are expecting a close flyby – not the doomsday collision that Caltech researchers are predicting. There is no need to cause mass panic.”
The report went on to say Caltech scientists were at odds with NASA over the threat.
Reports that NASA released a warning about Nibiru coming are entirely false.
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Furthermore Caltech researcher Randall Smith was quoted as saying: “For NASA to minimize the threat to our earth by calling it a ‘close flyby’ is insulting to our research.
“We have concrete evidence that proves Nibiru is headed straight for earth with a collision that will destroy life as we know it.
“NASA is just trying to avoid mass panic and chaos within our world. But we all deserve to know that our days are numbered.”
In an article headlined “NASA Warns ‘Planet X’ Is Headed Straight for Earth?”, Snopes.com quickly cleared up the question.
The report said: “This report was untrue, just another clickbait fabrication originating with News4KTLA, a fake news site that has appropriated the call letters of a legitimate Los Angeles television station and news outlet (KTLA).
“NASA has never issued any such warning, nor reported the existence of any “rogue planet.”
“In fact, NASA has stated just the opposite, that no planet such as “Niburu” is known to exist.”
The internet is going crazy with claims from fundamentalist Christians and Nibiru conspiracy theorists that events that will lead to the end of the world will begin on Saturday – September 23.
The claims have even made it onto TV reports on Fox News in the US.
Today, Express.co.uk revealed how British conspiracy theorist Matt Rogers claimed to have obtained the first real image of Planet X heading our way.
However, Mr Rogers provides no detail of how he obtained the alleged image, and, of course there is no evidence to back up any of his outlandish claims.
Last month Express.co.uk also exclusively revealed how Christian numerologist and conspiracy theorist David Meade claimed to have obtained secret video footage of the system on its way.
Speaking on Late Night in the Midlands, a US conspiracy theory radio show, Mr Meade claimed he had spoken to a professor of astronomy in Paris based at a large observatory, who told him Nibiru was real.
He said: “I’ve seen it and he told me the name of the observatory he has seen it at, and he said he had a secret film of it, which he later sent me.”
However, remarkably, Meade, who claims to want to warn the public about Nibiru, said he had yet to make the footage public.
Mr Meade, who wrote the book Planet X – The 2017 Arrival, claims the solar eclipse of August 21 was a sign before Nibiru appears in the sky to everyone from September 23, before passing and causing the apocalypse in October.
He claims the September 23 date came from codes in the Bible and also a “date marker” shown by the pyramids of Giza in Egypt.
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Planet X, or Nibiru, is reportedly a huge planet with a vast orbit that conspiracy theorists claim will one day pass so close to Earth that its gravitational pull could wreak havoc on our planet, triggering earthquakes and other catastrophic events.
Mr Meade said: “It is very strange indeed that both the Great Sign of Revelation 12 and the Great Pyramid of Giza both point us to one precise moment in time – September 20 to 23, 2017.”
The Planet X conspiracy theory was given a boost earlier this year when NASA announced the discovery of a new planet in our solar system which they named Planet Nine.
They found evidence of a real planet up to 10 times the mass of Earth in the outer reaches of the Solar System, in the constellation Orion.
However, NASA says Planet Nine will not pass earth, and the Planet X theory of an apocalypse is completely false.
There have been many predicted end of world dates that have all come and passed before, as this one is likely to.
Snopes.com added: “Meade is a made-up leader in a made-up field, and should not be on the front page of anything, let alone Fox News.”