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Will Planet X Appear in September?

Will Planet X Appear in September?

With the solar eclipse having come and gone, believers in an impending apocalypse suspect that September will mark the beginning of the end via the infamous Planet X.

Astronomer and author David Meade, who previously warned that last week's celestial event was a harbinger of doom, says that next month will see the arrival of the long-feared 'hidden' planet to fulfill that prophecy.

The rogue researcher cites not only Biblical passages for his contention that the End Times are upon us, but also alleged clues hidden in the construction of the Great Pyramid of Giza.

According to Meade, there are two passageways found within the pyramid which will align with the star Regulus as well as the planet Jupiter, respectively.

What worries him is that this alignment just happens to occur at the same time that celestial events seem to match a warning contained in the Book of Revelations.

Taken together, Meade suspects that all of the proverbial signs are there that the start of Armageddon will be sometime between September 20th to the 23rd.

It is at that time, he says, that Planet X will reveal itself and subsequently smash into the Earth and ostensibly wipe out most of humanity and every other living creature living in our world.

How much time humans will have between the appearance of the notorious Niburu and when it destroys our planet is open to conjecture as Meade predicted back in January that it would happen in October, suggesting that we'll all have a few weeks to wrap things up before the End.

At the very least, one would be wise to hold off on making their Halloween plans until sometime around mid-October, lest they find out that they've wasted their final days on Earth crafting a Khaleesi costume that no one will get to see.

Source: Daily Mail

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