The apocalypse is coming and it’s name is Nibiru, according to a survival firm boss Robert Vicino who believes vast underground complexes are being built to house the rich and keep out the poor in preparation for the end of the world as we know it.
Nibiru also known as Planet X or Marduk, is supposedly the tenth planet in our solar system and the one which was supposed to destroy Earth on December 21, 2012. The good news is, it didn’t happen, but experts believe it’s still very much on the cards.
One such man is Mr. Vicino, head of the survival firm Vivos, who according to the Daily Express believes huge underground bunkers connected by high-speed trains are being built for the ruling classes to live in as the rest of the world burns.
Mr. Vicino believes one such base is currently being developed beneath the Rocky Mountain, and he also stresses that everyday members of the public will be refused admittance and have to fend for themselves.
“They do not have a plan for you and me, but they have a plan for themselves.”
“You have to ask yourself, why did Russia just have a drill for 40 million people?”
The survival firm boss claims that since 1983, the U.S. government have been developing fully kitted out survival shelters and that the biggest is located beneath the city of Denver.
The Denver base apparently has room for just 10,000 people, mainly powerful individuals and government officials.
“The Denver complex is connected to U.S. capital Washington by an underground high speed trains.”
“They built them with one of those giant drills which the British and French used to dig the Channel Tunnel.”
“Except these are nuclear powered and they glazed the walls of site into glass so it hardened.”
“There were stories in the late 90s and early part of this century where people across the United States, small towns in the mid east, could hear something which sounded like a rain beneath their cities, day after day, but no one knew what it was.”
“They know something is coming, and I do not think they built those shelters deep underground for World War Three – because you do not have to go that deep.”
“I believe they know something is coming which is epic and they have known about for decades when Nibiru was discovered by the IRAS telescope.”
“It was announced then it was suppressed, no government agency was allowed to ever discuss it again.”
Nibiru is allegedly due to come in close proximity to earth on September 2017. So why should we be concerned?
Well, imagine a planet whose very proximity could trigger tsunamis, cause earthquakes to erupt and make volcanoes go all volatile and violent on us. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg baby!
Some say if the “demon planet” got too close to the earth it might even push us into the sun, stop the blue planet spinning, or even strip away our old mother’s crust like a monkey peeling a banana.
All of the aforementioned apocalyptic scenarios are part of planet Nibiru’s “X Factor,” but does it even exist and just how much scientific fact is there to support these wild-eyed and universally crazy claims?
Planet X, Nibiru, Marduk, Tranpluto, Vulcan, The Ottawa Object, call it what you will. The planet which is said to dwarf the earth many times over has one unifying factor – it’s destructive.
Yet although the existence of the other nine planets in our solar system (the Sun, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) have been proven beyond all reasonable doubt, the jury is still out on Planet X. So who started the Chinese whispers about this killer planet?
The Sumerians, that’s who! A tablet of clay named the Berlin Seal was found in the Middle East some time ago with something inscribed upon it which looked like a solar system. The only trouble is there were 11 planets on the centuries old lump of clay instead of the proven nine. Many speculated the tenth could be the moon but left the barn doors open for widespread speculation about what the eleventh could be?
That is until people started putting two and two together and coming up with Nibiru. The only problem with any theory based upon the Berlin Seal being an accurate map in regard to our solar system is – at the end of the day it’s just a pretty lump of clay that’s full of errors. Saturn has no rings for a kick-off. Need we go on?
Additionally, ancient civilizations loved to draw and paint pretty pictures, and the “map” could just as easily be Venus surrounded by stars.
If you research enough literature from ancient civilizations you can probably prove that in favorable conditions, pigs can fly. Yet people with a little too much time on their hands never tire of pointing to the ancient Sumerians as solid proof that Planet X exists.
Never mind that ancient cultures weren’t capable of installing a fully functioning plumbing system and wouldn’t have a clue how to operate an iPhone, certain types that favor sandals and wispy beards will tell you earnestly that the Sumerians were in contact with a bunch of enlightened extraterrestrials and as such, knew a thing or two about a thing or two.
Poppycock! In the Sumerian tale of creation, the earth was spat into creation after a particularly violent tussle between two gods. Guess what their names were? Tiamat and Nibiru! To the Sumerians, Nibiru was a god not a planet, and Nibiru was their word for “ferry boat.” Nibiru was also the Babylonian word for Jupiter. The Chinese and Greek cultures were much more interested and knew a lot more about cosmology than the Sumerian farmers, and they never mentioned a tenth planet. In fact, the Sumerians even believed the earth was a flat disc, so go figure.
Nigel Watson, author of the UFO Investigations Manual has said that the concept of a Planet X is a founding principle of Zecharia Sitchin’s ancient astronaut theories which he set down in his 1976 book The 12th Planet.
“After studying ancient Sumerian texts he concluded that the planet Nibiru exists beyond Neptune and visits our part of the Solar System every 3,600 years.”
“He claims that Nibiru collided with a planet called Tiamat that was situated between Mars and Jupiter. The result was the creation of the asteroid belt and planet Earth.”
The theory goes on to stress that Nibiru boasted an advanced humanoid race called the Anunnaki who created homo sapiens to mine gold in Africa thousands of years ago.
“This is a well thought-out theory based on ancient texts, but most of it cannot be proved and the concept of a planet on such a large elliptical orbit around our Sun doesn’t fit with our current scientific understanding of the Solar System.”
“Nonetheless 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, or any other similar body that might be populated by extraterrestrials.”
Yet when it comes to Nibiru, it really is a question of Orbit
If Planet X has one thing, it has a big orbit. So big, physics would seem to suggest that it is actually impossible for it to exist at all. To put it into context, the earth does a complete orbit of the sun every 365 days.
Nibiru on the other hand apparently takes 3,600 years. And what do you think it does once it gets here? It speeds up, says hello to the Sun, massively disrupts everything it encounters and goes on its merry way leaving in its wake a trail of terrible destruction as the earth dies bleeding.
But just like apples cannot fall upwards, a planet with such a huge orbit would soon spiral into deep space, or alternately it would reduce its orbit dramatically and live in peace with the other nine planets. The universe may be a big place but it has laws you know.
And if Nibiru does exist. It’s not very punctual.
December 21, 2012, was earmarked as apparently the day when Planet X would come calling and send us spiraling into an abyss without equal. However, it didn’t.
If past dates with our nemesis have been anything to go by I wouldn’t hold your breath waiting for an exciting and eventual night next September.
You see naughty Nibiru has a habit of not showing up for the big occasions. Take the spring of 2003 for example. Fervent believers in Planet X’s existence were bug-eyed with excitement and perspiring with panic that the “bull daddy” was going to make an appearance and knock us for six.
He didn’t. But that doesn’t mean he doesn’t exist, he might just have stopped off at an intergalactic McDonalds to devour a galaxy or two before deciding our ultimate fate.
To be fair, it’s not just conspiracy theorists, many professional astronomers throughout history were convinced that Planet X existed.
Since the early part of the nineteenth century, stargazers were haunted by a nagging mystery regarding the orbits of the outer planets.
Uranus and Neptune, and certain asteroids appeared to be under the influence of the pull of an enormous and unidentified planet.
Percival Lowell, the man responsible for studying the “canals” on Mars, gave the mysterious planet a name and its name was “X.” Astronomers remained convinced that Planet X in all probability did exist and for almost 150 years nothing appeared to change their mind until in the last two decades of the twentieth century they suddenly appeared to be a little bashful, red faced and apologetic about their previous assumptions.
It appeared that there was no strange force pulling hard on Uranus and Neptune, it was simply that the stargazers had failed to properly identify and calculate the correct orbit of the outer planets. Whoops!
People who pontificate endlessly in the pubs and in the press about the existence of Planet X, always point to the notorious spotting of Nibiru by NASA in 1983 to prove their point.
In that fabled year, the world’s media reported that two astronomers called Neugebauer and Hock had discovered a new “Jupiter-sized planet.” In actuality they hadn’t but the press wanted a good story and what made better headlines than a killer planet?
The truth of the matter is, Neugebauer and Hock had studied the infrared spectrum and discovered an irregularity. They didn’t know what it was but suggested it could be a new planet or galaxy, or pretty much anything that fell between.
The newspapers were convinced it was a new planet and wasted no time in telling the world that this was the case. It wasn’t, and subsequent research revealed it to be a new galaxy instead, which, when you think about it, is a lot more interesting.
Modern science does seem to suggest that around about four to five billion years ago something big and bad did slam into our planet and knock the stuffing out of it.
So great was the collision it caused the Earth to split and from the leftover debris the moon was formed. The theory is called giant impact hypothesis. However, there was no one on earth at the time to write about the event, let alone blame it on Planet X.
History proves that the earth is periodically struck by disaster, but it doesn’t happen once every 3,600 years and the same heavenly culprit is not always to blame. In the final analysis, the one thing truly worth knowing about Nibiru is – it doesn’t exist. Boom! Boom!
However, that hasn’t stopped Mr. Vicino from ringing the warning bells when it comes to the imminent arrival of Nibiru. Critics argue that because his firm Vivos is still selling fallout bunkers for anyone who wants to survive a nuclear war, a disease pandemic or the end of the world, it’s a profitable myth for him to keep selling.
Mr. Vicino begs to differ.
“No government in the world is going to tell you about something life threatening unless they have a solution for you because otherwise its going to cause social meltdown.”
“People that think its crazy are the ones who have not spent any time doing research.”
“Its easy to say ‘the sky is not blue’ if you have never done any research on what color the sky really is.”
“If you’re not well read and sit there playing with an iPhone and watching television, you are probably already a walking zombie, but they should not demean those people who have taken the time to deeply research this stuff.”
[Featured Image by NASA/JPL-Caltech/T. Pyle via Getty Images]