A conspiracy theorist has revealed that the rise of asteroids skimming past Earth is a “sign the messiah is coming”.
Alien world Nibiru – also known as Planet X – has long been prophesied to bring about the end of humanity.
Many doomsayers have predicted when the planet is likely to unleash chaos on humanity, but none have been right thus far.
Now a Planet X researcher has foretold the terrifying spectacle humanity can expect.
As more and more Earth-threatening asteroids are detected flying overhead and a wave of earthquakes devastate the Earth, movie producer and Nibiru expert Yuval Ovadia explains that both are symptoms of the end-of-days astronomical interplay that is predicted to precede the Messiah.
Ovadia, whose videos on Nibiru have garnered hundreds of thousands of views, said despite assurances by NASA and other experts, large asteroids slip through the high-tech systems designed to detect them on a regular basis.
“As Nibiru approaches, more asteroids will appear,” Ovadia said.
“Nibiru is described in Jewish sources as a star, not as an asteroid. But as it approaches, it pushes asteroids ahead of it like a ship pushes water in front of it.”
Ovadia said the approach of Nibiru is the source of the recent wave of asteroids as well as a recent wave of earthquakes that hit southern California.
Though the earthquakes in California and the asteroids seem as distant from each other as the heavens and the earth, Ovadia explained that both had the same source.
“Earthquakes and volcanoes are on the increase but rather than look for the cause under the earth, scientists should also be looking to the stars,” Ovadia said.
“Nibiru is huge, much larger than any asteroid, and as it approaches, its presence will affect a gravitational pull on the Earth, bringing about earthquakes, volcanoes, and even changes in the weather.”
His comments come after NASA announced a huge asteroid would slide past Earth next month, after the Jewish week-long holiday of Hannukkah.
The asteroid – named 216258 (2006WH1) – is among the largest to approach Earth this year and is hurtling through space at a whopping 26,843 miles per hour.
It is scheduled to make a near miss, however, and is scheduled to pass Earth on December 20.