According to this theory, the moon, sun and Jupiter are going to align in Virgo, triggering the start of the biblical Rapture. Arguing, conspiracy theorists announce we are going to see the rise of the Antichrist, the onset of World War III and seven years of Tribulation and planet Nibiru. But in fact NASA has said the ‘death planet’ doesn’t exist and the date of the Nibiru apocalypse has been wrong multiple times in the past. Nibiru (or Planet X) was widely predicted to hit our planet in December 2016, and before that in April 2016, and December 2015.
It has never been seen on any telescope, and no credible scientist has ever confirmed its existence. Soviet-born American writer Zecharia Sitchin first wrote about Nibiru in his hit 1976 book ‘The 12th Planet.’ The popularity of these type of ideas makes it certain that every new discovery by our spaceships will be be minutely studied for any evidence of Nibiru. But it’s only an idea, there are not evidences. A hox remains a hoax and only certain people with a strange motivation made a goal to insist about it. We feel safe in saying there will be no apocalypse on April 23.