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Nibiru WARNING: ‘I’ve seen top secret image of Planet X… and it IS coming to Earth’

29 August 2017 8:20 PM
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Nibiru WARNING: ‘I’ve seen top secret image of Planet X… and it IS coming to Earth’

THE controversial Planet X has been secretly filmed from astronomical observatories, and is making its way to Earth, it has remarkably been claimed.

Christian conspiracy theorist David Meade, who claims the alleged giant planet Nibiru - which is officially unknown to astronomical science - will pass the Earth causing a global apocalypse in October, says he has been shown secret footage which proves it exists.

Speaking on Late Night in the Midlands, a US conspiracy theory radio show, Mr Meade said: "The sightings are increasing in my opinion."

He claimed he had spoken to a professor of astronomy in Paris based at a large observatory, who told him Nibiru was real.

"I've seen it and he told me the name of the observatory he has seen it at, and he said he had a secret film of it, which he later sent me.

"He had taken it with his phone and it is an actual photo of the system, he got out of the observatory at a very high level, and he has shared it with me since.

He said a fellow conspiracy theorist had also shared a new snap with him.

Mr Meade added: "A colleague of mine recently sent me photo which makes it appear Planet X is currently right over the North Pole.

"He was sent a photograph by an individual who was flying out over the state of Utah.

“You really need to be that high to get a good pic of the Planet X system."

He said: "It is one of the best photos I have seen of the Planet X system, it is not a lens flare, it was taken through an aircraft Plexiglass window and is right on spot so the sightings are increasing in my opinion."

He said the professor in Paris had sent him "a minute and a half of video of the Planet X system" but he had "never shared it with the public”.

He was asked by show host Michael Vara: "Why not? Because people would want to see it before it goes boom."

Source: express.co.uk

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