Don’t bother with Christmas decorations this year, because you might not even make it to dinner.
Why? Because a planet is going to take us out of the game by smashing into Earth ‘like a wrecking ball’, destroying life as we know it.
We have the wonderful people over at BeforeIt’sNews to thank for this pre-warning, despite the previous attempts by other people who claimed it would end on both September 28 then October 7.
Blogger, Brussell Sprouts (I know, I know), said: “A rogue planet known in ancient times as Nibiru, The Destroyer, Wormwood, The Frightener, the Terrible Comet, Hercolubus and various other names, is headed toward Planet Earth once again, and has already begun to spawn a series of global catastrophes.”
The wandering planet of Nibiru has been predicted to collide with Earth a number of times in the past. However, you may have originally heard of it when the ‘Mayan apocalypse’ was incoming.
Nigel Watson, author of the UFO Investigations Manual, quoted Zcharia Sitchin’s ancient astronaut theories, who claimed that Nibiru actually exists beyond Neptune and “visits our part of the Solar System every 3,600 years.”
Mr Watson said: “He [Zcharia Sitchin] claims that Nibiru collided with a planet called Tiamat that was situated between Mars and Jupiter. The result was the creation of the asteroid belt and planet Earth.”
I’d suggest having Christmas day on November 30, you know, just to be sure.