End of the world theories come into play probably twice a year. Many believers back their claims with excerpts from the bible, quotes from old prophets, and many other biblical references. The current end of the world theory is basing the end on a rogue planet (planet X or Nibiru) hurling towards earth. The report said: “NASA has known about the mystery planet for years, but declined to warn us … until now.
This new theory is based more in science than in biblical terms. The conspiracy theorists claim that NASA has been minimizing panic with false information like, “it is going to be a close fly by.” Yet there are no direct references to papers or proof that the end is actually going to happen. It seems as though this new theory is yet another hoax by a needy conspiracy theorist.
Yet this has not stopped the internet from latching on to the story and making it go viral. The facebook comment sections are filled with arguments, prayers, and other warnings. In response to the wild craze of conspiracy theories, many decorated publications are coming out with stories proving that there is no need to panic, yet. For instance, a quote from the national geographic, “Nibiru and other stories about wayward planets are an Internet hoax,” NASA said in a 2012 statement. “If Nibiru or Planet X were real and headed for an encounter with the Earth … astronomers would have been tracking it for at least the past decade, and it would be visible by now to the naked eye.”
On the other end of the aisle a christian publication that is well regarded in its community claims that the bible has predicted that on september 23 the alignment of several plants and constellations will begin the Rapture. And that is when the devout with join Jesus, and live a life full of splendor and paradise. Do you believe it is the end?