Hard to believe, but the Planet-Xers are still out there making more bogus predictions. David Meade says Planet X will crash into the earth in October, destroying us all. How is it that real astronomers don’t see this happening? Good question. Meade has the answer: Planet X can only be detected by “specialized, large telescopes—controlled by the globalists.” Meade must be new, as his contribution to bad astronomy hasn’t yet been critiqued by Stuart Robbins over at the Exposing PseudoAstronomy podcast. But no doubt you can find his astronomical talk in one of Stuart’s other episodes debunking Planet X:
- The True Story of Planet X (Episode 13)
- The Fake Story of Planet X, Part 1 (Zecharia Sitchin) (Episode 23)
- The Fake Story of Planet X, Part 2 (Gilbert Eriksen’s Wormwood) (Episode 28)
- The Fake Story of Planet X, Part 3 (The Myth of the Southern Approach) (Episode 43)
- The Fake Story of Planet X, Part 4 (Nancy Lieder) (Episode 51, cross-listed under UFO)
- The Fake Story of Planet X, Part 5 (IRAS Discovery in 1983) (Episode 54)
- The Fake Story of Planet X, Part 6 – Andy Lloyd’s “Dark Star” (Episode 71)
- The Fake Story of Planet X, Part 7 – Mark Hazlewood (Episode 80)
- The Binary Star Hypothesis (Episode 91)
- The Fake Story of Planet X, Part 8 – Zecharia Sitchin, Revisited (Episode 95)
- The Fake Story of Planet X, Part 9 – Marshall Masters (Episode 109)
- In Search Of Planet X (Live from Denver ComicCon) (Episode 132)
- Tracking Failed Planet X Predictions of Marshall Masters (Episode 146)
- The Fake Story of Planet X, Part X – Nancy Leider Redux and Planet Nine Claims of 2016 (Episode 151)
Since I’m not an astronomer, I’ll have to let experts like Stuart debunk Meade’s baseless astronomical claims. I’m just an ancient text and biblical studies scholar. I can tell you unequivocally, that the term Nibiru has nothing to do with a celestial object beyond Pluto (or beyond Saturn for that matter). No cuneiform astronomical texts ever use the term nibiru/neberu to describe anything of the sort. (In fact, one of them has Nibiru showing up every year). But a globalist must have written that one.
And no, the Nibiru nonsense isn’t biblical. It isn’t Wormwood. Nor does Wormwood have anything to do with a planet beyond Pluto / Planet X.
So let me go out on a limb and say that Mr. Meade’s viewpoint is nonsense based on bad astronomy and inept Bible interpretation. Let not your heart be troubled.
The real question, though, is whether Mr. Meade will have the good character to apologize (and repent, if he’s a Christian) for his errant teachings after we’re beyond October. Honestly, I doubt it. People who do the Planet X stuff don’t seem to be troubled by concepts like honesty.