(OPINION) ETH – Indiana-based preacher and online prophecy teacher Paul Begley recently told his followers in an online video to brace for apocalyptic signs in the heavens and the Earth as he reportedly linked biblical prophecy to the supposed passage of Planet X or Nibiru.
According to Express, Nibiru is an online doomsday hoax born in the 1990s that resurfaces every few years. Believers of the Nibiru conspiracy are convinced an apocalyptic planet 10 times bigger than Earth passes our planet every 3,600 years or so and when it occurs again in the near future the gravitational pressure of this alleged Planet X is going to wreak havoc and destruction upon our planet.
Despite these claims, no solid evidence of the existence of this Nibiru or Planet X exists and these conspiracy claims are deemed as elaborate hoaxes. A scientist for NASA named David Morrison recently stated: “There is no such planet. There never has been, and presumably, there never will be, but it keeps popping up over and over.”
Despite this, Begley is one of many ministers online who believe Nibiru is real and will soon reveal itself to the world. In one of Bagley’s latest videos on Youtube, he stated”Anytime you have a Sun event, you have an Earth event. “Anytime there’s a space event, it affects the Earth or even the Sun. “And right now we’ve been dealing with the coming Planet X, Nibiru, planet number nine, Wormwood, the dwarf star, the Goblin.
“Call it what you want to, a binary system that according to Mike from Around the World, of course, has been approaching us for the last seven years, getting closer and closer into sight. “It’s going to be soon that people are going to be completely freaked out with the events that are going to be hitting the Earth. “Now, one thing’s for sure.
The Bible says there will be great signs and fearful sights in the heavens, okay?” He then read from the Book of Genesis and stated that some of these apocalyptic signs are already happening. NASA has firmly stated “The planet in question, Nibiru, doesn’t exist.
“Nibiru and other stories about wayward planets are an internet hoax. “There is no factual basis for these claims. “If Nibiru or Planet X were real and headed for an encounter with the Earth astronomers would have been tracking it for at least the past decade, and it would be visible by now to the naked eye.”