The Earth has a brand-new expiration date, and it is April 23, this time genuine inning accordance with advocates of the Nibiru calamity who have actually shown unrelenting in spite of various stopped working forecasts currently. The rather small number of followers in this conspiracy theory think that since the sun, moon, and Jupiter will all line up with the constellation Virgo on that date, that suggests an enormous “Planet X” will come out of no place and either hit or hit the Earth, ending mankind.
It is rubbish, undoubtedly, as it would be touch to miss out on a whole world simply 8 days far from striking the Earth. However that does not stop the followers of the Nibiru calamity, who anticipate that this occasion will introduce the Rapture foretold of in the Bible and end mankind.
Nibiru will trigger World War III to break out, the Antichrist will return, and it will all release 7 years of Adversity– so goes the claim. However a more precise forecast is that absolutely nothing of cosmic significance will take place anywhere near Earth on April 23, and the Nibiru prophets will develop a couple of brand-new dates up until they get tired of being wrong.
Here’s some more details on this theory from Wikipedia:
The Nibiru catastrophe is an expected devastating encounter in between the Earth and a big planetary things (either an accident or a near-miss) which specific groups think will happen in the early 21st century. Followers in this end ofthe world occasion typically describe this item as World X or Nibiru. The concept that a planet-sized item will hit or carefully go by Earth in the future is not supported by any clinical proof and has actually been turned down by astronomers and planetary researchers as pseudoscience and a Web scam.
The concept was first advanced in 1995 by Nancy Lieder, creator of the site ZetaTalk. Lieder explains herself as a contactee with the capability to get messages from extraterrestrials from the Zeta Reticuli galaxy through an implant in her brain. She mentions that she was opted to alert humanity that the item would sweep through the inner Planetary system in Might 2003 (though that date was later on held off) triggering Earth to go through a physical pole shift that would damage the majority of humankind. The forecast has actually consequently spread out beyond Lieder’s site and has actually been accepted by various Web end ofthe world groups, the majority of which connected the occasion to the 2012 phenomenon. Given that 2012, the Nibiru calamity has actually regularly come back in the popular media, generally connected to newsmaking huge things such as Comet ISON or World 9. Although the name “Nibiru” is originated from the works of the ancient astronaut author Zecharia Sitchin and his analyses of Babylonian and Sumerian folklore, he rejected any connection in between his work and numerous claims of a coming armageddon.
The concept of the Nibiru encounter stemmed with Nancy Lieder, a Wisconsin lady who declares that as a lady she was called by gray extraterrestrials called Zetas, who implanted an interactions gadget in her brain. In 1995, she established the site ZetaTalk to distribute her concepts.  Lieder initially concerned spotlight on Web newsgroups throughout the accumulation to Comet Hale– Bopp’s 1997 perihelion. She mentioned, declaring to speak as the Zetas,  that “The Hale– Bopp comet does not exist. It is a scams, committed by those who would have the brimming masses quiescent till it is far too late. Hale– Bopp is absolutely nothing more than a remote star, and will draw no more detailed.”  She declared that the Hale– Bopp story was made to sidetrack individuals from the impending arrival of a big planetary things, “World X”, which would quickly go by Earth and damage civilization.  After Hale– Bopp’s perihelion exposed it as one of the brightest and longest-observed comets of the last century,  Lieder eliminated the very first 2 sentences of her preliminary declaration from her website, though they can still be discovered in Google’s archives.  Her claims ultimately made the New york city Times. 
Lieder explained World X as approximately 4 times the size of the Earth, and stated that its closest technique would happen on May 27, 2003, leading to the Earth’s rotation stopping for precisely 5.9 terrestrial days. This would be followed by the Earth’s pole destabilising in a pole shift (a physical pole shift, with the Earth’s pole physically moving, instead of a geomagnetic turnaround) triggered by magnetic destination in between the Earth’s core and the magnetism of the passing world. This in turn would interrupt the Earth’s magnetic core and cause subsequent displacement of the Earth’s crust. 
After Lieder, the very first individual to propagate her World X concept was Mark Hazlewood, a previous member of the ZetaTalk neighborhood, who in 2001 released a book entitled Blindsided: World X Passes in 2003. Lieder would later on implicate him of being a self-confidence trickster.  A Japanese cult called the Pana Wave Lab, which blocked off roadways and rivers with white fabrics to secure itself from electro-magnetic attacks, likewise alerted that the world would end in May 2003 after the technique of a tenth world.