Conspiracy theorists have claimed the world will end in less than two weeks following the arrival of a rumoured death plant called Nibiru or "planet X".
On April 23, the sun, moon and Jupiter will align in the constellation of Virgo before the new planet arrives to collide with Earth, sparking the Biblical Rapture, World War III and the rise of the antichrist, a group of Christian theorists claim.
The theory comes from what people say are "warning signs" written in the Bible.
The passage 12:1-2 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."
That woman is believed to be Virgo, and it is though she could foretell the Biblical prophecy of the End of Days.
Christian conspiracy theorist David Meade told the Express: "During this time frame, on April 23, 2018 the moon appears under the feet of the Constellation Virgo. The Sun appears to precisely clothe Virgo… Jupiter is birthed on April 08, 2018.
"The 12 stars at that date include the nine stars of Leo, and the three planetary alignments of Mercury, Venus and Mars - which combine to make a count of 12 stars on the head of Virgo.
"Thus the constellations Virgo, Leo and Serpens-Ophiuchus represent a unique once-in-a-century sign exactly as depicted in the 12th chapter of Revelation. This is our time marker."
However, don't freak out and lock yoiurself in the basement just yet. NASA has repeatedly denied the existence of Nibiru and called such theories "hoaxes". It might also help to know that Nibiru as also widely predicted to hit our planet in December 2016, and before that in April 2016, and December 2015. Hmm.
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