New Delhi: As conspiracy theorists have been 'tracking' Nibiru or Planet X's 'movements', they have apparently also managed to figure out a safe place to be when it makes its catastrophic fly-by past Earth.
Yes, when doomsday strikes, there is one sole place on the entire planet where humanity 'may remain unaffected' – Israel.
Nibiru is apparently a "mini solar system" – consisting of a sun, planets and some moons – that is lurking on the edge of the solar system and orbiting our own sun every 3,600 years.
While recent theories have suggested that Nibiru will attack Jupiter instead of colliding with Earth, the rogue planet will still cause massive devastation to our home planet as it flies past at a distance of four million miles.
Doomsayers foretold that Planet X would demolish many parts of the world by causing poles to switch and triggering massive earthquakes and volcanic eruptions in its wake.
They further claim that Nibiru will close in on Earth between November 20 and December 20, however, like the previous prophecies have turned out to be false, this prediction will also probably meet the same end.
As per the TeCake, film producer and self-styled Nibiru expert Yuval Ovadia is quite sure about the fact that in Bible it is written that Israel will be the safest place when Nibiru passes.
He said that according to the old Jewish scriptures, The Big Flood of Noah never hit the land of Israel. He claimed that although the whole world was fully covered with water due to heavy rain and also the hot boiled geysers coming from the ground, still it had no effect on the Holy Land.
Many religious figures believe that Jerusalem, the capital of Israel, is located at the center of the world and it is the place where God exists. Mr. Ovadia further said that since Nibiru will cause a shift or tilt of the Earth’s poles, the places nearer to the poles will be affected. But at the center, Nibiru will have less effect, the report said.
NASA, however, goes on to maintain that Nibiru or Planet X doesn't exist and slammed the doomsday predictions calling them an internet hoax.