The Nibiru (Planet X) conspiracy theory has picked up a lot of momentum lately with more and more self-proclaimed astronomers putting out theories of when and how the Planet X will cause devastation on Earth.
Now a new claim has surfaced that suggests that while the entire planet Earth will be engulfed in the doomsday havoc caused by Nibiru, it is the holy land of Israel that will be safe from any of the dangers of Planet X. Nibiru believers claim that Planet X is actually a sort of mini solar system that consists of sun, planets, and moon that are orbiting our Sun in a huge orbit.
Nibiru proponents are confident that sooner or later Earth will meet its end even if the so called Planet X passes Earth at about four million miles away. Some of the devastating effects of this fly by of Nibiru will include Earthquakes and volcanic eruptions that will engulf almost entire planet between November 20 and December 20. We would like to remind our readers that there are not scientific proofs to prove the existence of Nibiru at this stage and so all the reports and claims should be taken with a grain of salt.
Self-proclaimed Nibiru expert Yuval Ovadia is of the opinion that Israel will be the safest place on Earth for anyone wishing to evade the effects of Nibiru. He even claims that in Bible it is written that Israel will be the safest place when Nibiru passes. He said that according to the old Jewish scriptures, The Big Flood of Noah never hit the land of Israel. He claimed that although the whole world was fully covered with water due to heavy rain and also the hot boiled geysers coming from the ground, still it had no effect on the Holy Land.
Ovadia further claims that when Nibiru passes by Earth, it will cause a shift in Earth’s poles and while the places nearer to the poles will be most affected, those at the center will have less effect.
NASA has been putting out statements to refute Nibiru’s existence time and again stating that doomsday predictions are just conspiracy theories that are completely wrong and the Nibiru myth is an internet hoax.
Previously other conspiracy theorists have claimed that Nibiru will strike Earth in September, but that didn’t happen. After that the dates were pushed back to October and now the dates have been pushed to somewhere between November and December. Some have even claimed that it will be 2018 when the world as we know it will come to an end.