A mass of ‘conspiracy theory’ online articles and videos claiming Planet X – also called Nibiru – is on its way, and will be visible from September 23, the date that many fundamentalist Christians also claim signals the beginning of the end of the world and The Rapture.
Among the latest is a video claiming to show genuine leaked footage of the Planet X system on its approach, caught by infrared camera.
It was released on YouTube by Sky Watcher Matt Rogers, a conspiracy theorist who scours the sky for evidence of Nibiru.
Mr Rogers, who is based in the UK, claims in the video that world leaders know Nibiru is coming, and we are all doomed, but they are keeping it from the public to prevent panic, as they wait to hide in underground bunkers.
PLANET X: This is a ‘real’ image of Nibiru, claims Matt Rogers.
He said: “NASA has covered it up. The Government shut it down to prevent mass panic, but it is coming, this is fact.”
Introducing a blurry red shape against a black background, Mr Rogers said: “I’ve got an image to show you now of an image that was taken by a telescope in the southern hemisphere, this is the image of Nibiru.
“Now this is a true image that was taken of<sic> a telescope that took this image, that was built down at the southern hemisphere – the South Pole – of this huge heavenly body, that is coming closer towards Earth.
“Look at the red reflections that are coming off this, the colours.
“It was taken with an infrared telescope, and now we are seeing this red reflection on the skies, this pink haze and other colours, as this huge object and the other heavenly bodies are coming towards us.
“These reflections are here and this is what is causing these strange weather patterns.
“We are getting a lot of strange weather and the powers that be know it is coming.”
Mr Rogers provides no detail of how he obtained the alleged image, and, of course there is no evidence to back up any of his outlandish claims.
Last month Express.co.uk exclusively revealed how Christian numerologist and conspiracy theorist David Meade claimed to have obtained secret video footage of the system on its way.
Speaking on Late Night in the Midlands, a US conspiracy theory radio show, Mr Meade claimed he had spoken to a professor of astronomy in Paris based at a large observatory, who told him Nibiru was real.
This is a true image that was taken by a telescope that was built down at the southern hemisphere of this huge heavenly body that is coming closer towards Earth.
He said: “I’ve seen it and he told me the name of the observatory he has seen it at, and he said he had a secret film of it, which he later sent me.”
However, remarkably, Meade, who claims to want to warn the public about Nibiru, said he had yet to make the footage public.
Mr Meade, who wrote the book Planet X – The 2017 Arrival, claims the solar eclipse of August 21 was a sign before Nibiru appears in the sky to everyone from September 23, before passing and causing the apocalypse in October.
He claims the September 23 date came from codes in the Bible and also a “date marker” shown by the pyramids of Giza in Egypt.
He says he has discovered two tunnels set at precise angles in the Great Pyramid that will point to significant celestial objects after September 20.
Planet X, or Nibiru, is reportedly a huge planet with a vast orbit that conspiracy theorists claim will one day pass so close to Earth that its gravitational pull could wreak havoc on our planet, triggering earthquakes and other catastrophic events.
Mr Meade said: “It is very strange indeed that both the Great Sign of Revelation 12 and the Great Pyramid of Giza both point us to one precise moment in time – September 20 to 23, 2017.”
The Planet X conspiracy theory was given a boost earlier this year when NASA announced the discovery of a new planet in our solar system which they named Planet Nine.
They found evidence of a real planet up to 10 times the mass of Earth in the outer reaches of the Solar System, in the constellation Orion.
However, NASA says Planet Nine will not pass earth, and the Planet X theory of an apocalypse is completely false.
There have been many predicted end of world dates that have all come and passed before, as this one is likely to.