THE date the mythical Planet X or Nibiru could crash into Earth, destroying all life, has been "revealed" by a group of researchers… who remarkably claim they are not conspiracy theorists.
The group claims that recent reports of an impending apocalypse have ridiculed years of “solid research” into when Nibiru will really strike.
In a video entitled Nibiru 2017 Eclipse, which was uploaded to YouTube yesterday, the website rubbished claims Nibiru was about to strike after the eclipse.
The video branded those making the claims that the eclipse is a warning sign before an apocalypse as “fear mongering conspiracy theorists who have hijacked Nibiru to progress their own personal agendas of greed and notoriety.”
The eclipse is not a warning sign of Planet X, Nibiru researchers have claimed.
The website also believes there are accounts from the ancient Sumerians about the fact that Nibiru would one day hit us.
The video added: “Fearmongerds and conspiracy theorist, in their perversion of serious researchers’ work, destroy the credibility of the ancient astronaut hypothesis.”
Although those behind the website claim not to be conspiracy theorists, they went on to suggest NASA may be referring to Nibiru.
The video added: “NASA very clearly qualifies that the potential of a large object collision does not exist for at least a few hundred years.
Fear mongering conspiracy theorists who have hijacked Nibiru to progress their own personal agendas of greed and notoriety.
In January NASA fuelled the Nibiru theory when it announced that there was a hidden Planet 9 lurking in our solar system.
However the US space agency assures that Nibiru is a hoax and is never expected to emerge, hit or pass the earth.