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Monday, March 19, 2018

Numerologist “appointed” end of the world for 2024

Until recently the Internet was discussed a theory that September 23, the planet Nibiru will hit the Earth and mankind will come to an end. This did not happen, which is not surprising, because in reality such a world simply does not exist. However, numerologist David Mead continues to believe that a fictional cosmic body continues to threaten the world.

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According to foreign Ministry, 23 September, was running some mystical process, which seven years later would lead to the destruction of mankind. According to him, on 5 October, only a week, Nibiru will completely cover the sun’s disk, and then for seven years mankind will expect a variety of disasters.

It is worth noting that a common conspiracy theory on celestial body, which one day will destroy the Earth, still is neither based on the data astronomers about the Solar system, or even Sumerian and Akkadian mythology in which the mysterious planet Nibiru is allegedly described. It should not be confused with the so-called “planet X,” a hypothetical ninth planet of the Solar system, indirect evidence of the existence of which astrophysicists have appeared in December last year.

Rumors that doomsday was supposed to occur on 23 September, not so long ago was so popular that, according to some, it is even commented in the American aerospace Agency NASA — of course, recognizing them not having bases. However, on the Agency website there are no new messages in this thread no. However, on 22 December 2012, the day after even more “expected” end of the world, the US space Agency actually published a comment, the essence of which boils down to the fact that the influence of the position of other planets even existing on the Earth is so small that talking about it seriously should be. It should be noted that, according to the latest data, the Earth may one day collide with Mars or Venus, but such an unlikely event can happen no sooner than in a few billion years.


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