The Story of Nibiru Headed Towards Earth

The Story of Nibiru Headed Towards Earth

The story of Nibiru takes root in one of the most ancient civilizations of all time, but it has grown with the help of other unrelated doomsday theories. According to Zecharia Sitchin, historian of ancient Babylonian and Sumerian mythology, the Sumerians tell a tale of ancient aliens that came to Earth on a planet named Nibiru. Sitchin also reveals that the mythology is accompanied with a promise to return. In the academic community, Sitchin’s translations of Sumerian texts are often considered exaggerated and formulated on speculation, but it has not stopped his theories from gaining a great deal of popularity in the doomsday hysteria crowd. Many believe that the return of Nibiru was not intended to be a pleasant one and that the return actually refers to the mystery planet colliding with the Earth and whipping out all life.

Fear of Nibiru and the destruction that it may cause are amplified by related tales. One such example can be found in the words of Nancy Lieder, who shares of an encounter she experienced with alien figures. Lieder argues that, after being implanted with a brain probe, aliens entrusted her with the task of warming the world that an object was on path to collide with our inner Solar System. Though the words of Nancy Lieder seem farfetched, when her tale is accompanied with the theory of Nibiru, many people are convinced that doomsday is upon us. Unproven theories about a mysterious planet, Planet X, also contribute to fear of Nibiru coming to Earth. This planet, which is supposedly on the outer realms of our solar system, was hypothetically discovered by astronomers who believed there must be a planet throwing off the orbits of Neptune and Uranus. Although the theory of Planet X has been disproved by modern day science, the thought that Planet X and Nibiru are one in the same has not been dissolved. This connection between the two fictional entities helps contribute to the public’s fears.

Thanks to the internet, the movie industry and a variety of other sources, the public is obsessed with disaster theories. More than a decade ago, this scare came in the form of Y2k, which promised certain doom to the modern world, only leaving people disappointed with the normality that followed the switch to the year 2000. In a much similar light, the world has become enamored with the theory that life on Earth will come to an end on December 21, 2012. The Mayan Calendar, along with the Hollywood hype that followed, are partly to blame for the end of the world craze that has swept across the world. As is now well known, the Mayan Calendar ends on December 21, 2012, which has led many people to believe that this date also corresponds with the end of the world. The Hollywood blockbuster film, 2012, only made the doomsday hysteria more prevalent with the silver screen tale of the world’s demise. This mass hysteria is greatly do to with these factors, but the theory that the mysterious planet Nibiru is hurling towards Earth, along with other accompanying factors are also to blame. Despite the fact that most theories about Nibiru are based completely, or mostly, on unfounded theories, the public still fears that the mysterious planet is launching towards us at this very moment. While scientists continue to present data suggesting otherwise, it may take the coming and going of December 21, 2012 to truly convince the doomsday believers.




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