Author claims that earth will be destroyed in October 2017 by a long hypothesized Planet X thought to be located on the edge of our solar system.

If you’ve made plans for Halloween this year, they might need to be moved up a bit on your calendar.

According to David Meade, author of ‘Planet X – The 2017 Arrival’, a heretofore unknown star, which is actually an evil twin of our sun, will bring a cadre of seven orbiting bodies to smash into Earth in October of 2017.

One of the members of the destructive group is none other than Nibiru, a large planet believed to be on the outskirts of our solar system often referred to as ‘Planet X.’

Meade authored an article for Planet X News where he stated:

There is no hiding this incoming solar system any longer! It consists of a dark star, smaller than our sun, which hosts seven orbiting bodies, some smaller than our moon and a couple of them larger than our Earth. The dark star is called “Nemesis” or “Planet X.” The blue planet is called the “Blue Kachina.” The planet that is larger than Earth that is orbiting the dark star is called “Nibiru.” It is also known as “The Planet of the Crossing” and the “Destroyer.” There is another object – some refer to it as “Helion.”

This system is, of course, not aligned with our solar system’s ecliptic, but is coming to us from an oblique angle and toward our South Pole. This makes observations difficult, unless you’re flying at a high altitude over South America with an excellent camera. As it intertwines and approaches it, will come from our south and loop all the way to the extreme north, then come back south again as it exits our orbital path.

Meade bases his hypothesis and book upon Biblical prophecies and specific signs of the times, such as simultaneous volcanic eruptions, dramatic increases in earthquakes, and the Elite’s construction underground bunkers.

Time will only tell whether this information is correct but until then – make sure you are ready to go regardless of what happens.

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