END OF THE WORLD: Nibiru spotted TEASING over Canada – shock claims

THE END of the world’s shock prophecies detailing Earth’s last day as September 23 could be about to come true as Nibiru has been spotted gleaming in the sky, it has shockingly been claimed.

Scores of doom mongers and apocalypse enthusiasts have tracked Nibiru’s destructive path for months, and one has confirmed Planet X’s arrival as it can be seen as “way too bright to be a star”.

It has been claimed the monstrous planet – 10 times the size of Earth – will cause widespread chaos and destruction on Earth.

Now, the colossal planet apparently from beyond the fringes of the solar system hangs over White Point Newfoundland, Canada.

The discoverer, who clocked what could be the advent of the end of the world at 06:00am GMT, said: “Wow I’m seeing a stationary object in the sky… way to bright to be a star… might just be another planet… Or maybe it’s Planet X.”

The life-threatening revelations come as another expert claimed Nibiru was the cause of the Atlantic’s summer of hurricanes.

A series of catastrophic hurricanes this summer left hundreds of thousands of people without power and reportedly more than 50 fatal losses.

The conspiracy theorist, David Hines, dismissed reports that the Hurricanes which battered the Caribbean islands and Florida were caused by global warming or were “flukes”.

He warned: “Something is affecting our weather and it could well be Planet X. If it is not Planet X, then I sure would like an explanation as to why we are having so many hurricanes.”

The main purveyor of the doomsday prophecy is Christian numerologist David Meade who published his theories in his book Planet X – The 2017 Arrival.

The author has spectacularly claimed that Nibiru’s approach will match an astrological constellation from the biblical Book of Revelation.

The 12:1–2 passage in question, reads: “And a great sign appeared in heaven: a woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet, and on her head a crown of 12 stars. 

“She was pregnant and was crying out in birth pains and the agony of giving birth.”

It has been claimed the monstrous planet will cause widespread chaos and destruction on Earth

The colossal planet now hangs over Canada

But on the eve of the apocalypse, Mr Meade has come out to claim that actually, the world is not about to end.

He told The Washington Post: “The world is not ending, but the world as we know it is ending. 

“A major part of the world will not be the same the beginning of October.”

Instead, the world will be rocked by a seven-year-long period of Tribulation, during which the Earth will be ravaged in preparation for the second coming of Jes‌us Chr‌ist.

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