Earth’s Dooms Day: One place on Earth that is safe from Nibiru attack

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A latest Biblical conspiracy theory has provided Earth with a safe place that will remain unaffected by the apocalyptical effects of the passing of mythical Nibiru. Many conspiracy theorists have been regularly predicting about Earth’s Doomsday which would be initiated by the sudden arrival of a mysterious planet named Nibiru.

The place at which Nibiru effect will be powerless is the Holy Land of Israel. Niburu or the Planet X is considered as a mini solar system consisting of a sun, planets, and moon making a huge orbit around our Sun. The Nibiru believers are confident that the rogue system is coming towards Earth and will cause apocalypse on Earth as it passes at about four million miles away.

The conspiracy theorists predicted that the mysterious planet would devastate many parts of the world by causing poles to switch, sparking powerful Earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. They claim that Nibiru will come nearer to Earth between November 20 and December 20. But as previous predictions about Earth’s Doomsday came out to be false ones, similarly this prediction about close approach of Nibiru planet is also believed to be just a hoax.

Film producer and self-styled Nibiru expert Yuval Ovadia is quite sure about the fact 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.

Many religious figures believe that Jerusalem, the capital of Israel, is located at the center of the world and it is the place where God exists. Mr. Ovadia further said that since Nibiru will cause a shift or tilt of the Earth’s poles, the places nearer to the poles will be affected. But at the center, Nibiru will have less effect. Well, NASA has already called this Nibiru apocalypse as a hoax. And reacting to the claim made by Mr. Ovadia, NASA said that these doomsday predictions are completely wrong and the Nibiru myth is an internet hoax.

Previously, David Meade had claimed that the Judgment Day of the earth will affect between September 20 and 23, and the clues of this apocalypse are mentioned on the pyramids as well as in the holy book Bible. The conspirator also claimed that it is quite strange to believe, but according to the writings, mentioned in pyramids and Bibel, the earth is inching closer to its Doomsday. The writings of both the Great Sign of Revelation 12 and the Great Pyramid of Giza indicate about the happening of one clear-cut moment in between September 20 to 23, 2017, which may mark the judgement day of earth.

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Kanishk Singh

Kanishk Singh, co-founder, and editor-in-chief at The TeCake, has forayed in the Science and Space for over five years, he enjoys his stint as an editor of several local magazines. He has written several editorials and high-level documentations.

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