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Planet X: How Close Are we to Doomsday?

Of recent, the Inuit have continually claimed the end of the world is nearby. Inuit are the native people of the arctic regions of US, Canada and Greenland.

In an interview with Insuma TV, quoted on Express.co.uk, one Inuit elder says the Earth is “wobbling” and that the “sky has changed”. The elder, Ludy Pudluk said: “This change is noticeable. The daylight is a lot higher on the horizon.” Another Inuit, Inookie Adamie, said: “Where [the sun] rises has not changed much, but the sunset has shifted way over. Perhaps the Earth has tilted on its axis.” A third, Elijah Nowdlak added: “The Earth has changed its tilt. I don’t know exactly when it happened, but I do know the sun used to set close to the highest mountain peak. After the shift, the sun now sets past the mountain peak.”

The elders all had one message in common, they warn humanity that Nibiru is approaching

The Nibiru cataclysm is a supposed catastrophic meeting between the Earth and a large planetary object which certain groups believe will take place in the early 21st century. It is considered a mere conspiracy theory in many quarters. The Nibiru itself, also popularly referred to as planet X is the large mysterious planet.

Some Christians also believe in Nibiru, popularly supported by a bible passage; Revelation 12:1–2 which reads: "And a great sign appeared in heaven: a woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet, and on her head a crown of 12 stars. She was pregnant and was crying out in birth pains and the agony of giving birth."

David Meade an American Christian conspiracy theorist who wrote a book called Planet X – The 2017 Arrival, had suggested last year that the mysterious "Planet X" - or Nibiru – could be headed towards Earth to destroy it on September 23, 2017, however when nothing had happened on that date, Meade claimed his messages had been interpreted and instead suggested that October 15 would usher in the start of the doomsday.

Despite the coming and going of the several dates appointed for this doomsday apocalypse, believers in planet X keep believing that the end is nearer than the rest of humanity seems to think.

Just this year, David Meade, again released a new interpretation of the Book of Revelation that pegs the date of the rapture to April 23. He suggested once again, that this is the day planet X was going to crash into our world.

A most recent prediction is that of July 27, 2018 with the appearance of a blood moon eclipse.

Christian preacher and conspiracy theory purveyor Pastor Paul Begley quoted in The Sun, made a video arguing why he thinks the Blood Moon is a "sign of the end times".

“It is a sign of the end times. We are in the era of the apocalypse and this Blood Moon which will be the longest Blood Moon of this century is happening in the 70th year of the Israel being a nation. “It’s happening the same year also that Jerusalem has been declared the eternal city of God.” Once again this date has passed without any dramatic events.

Interestingly, Nostradamus, the man who saw tomorrow, predicted the end of the world to fall in the year 3797, it is a pity that by then none of us here now, would be there to witness if this particular doomsday prediction turned out true.