Is Planet X Moving Towards Earth?

Do we really know what’s going on up there in our small solar system?

Do we really know what lies undiscovered that could potentially spell the demise for everyone and everything on planet Earth?

Researchers have talked for years about a mysterious planet, Planet X, which is moving undetected within our solar system, so strong in gravitational pull that its pulling planets like Uranus and Neptune in abnormal orbits.

Many have tried to confirm the existence of Planet X and it is probably one of the more well known, but least talked about orbs in our little corner of the universe.

Other researchers have said that it’s highly possible that this “planet” is moving closer and closer to earth, every time it orbits the sun.

If this was true, the results could be disastrous for the survival of our planet – seas will be displaced – many will simply drown – earthquakes, which have increased exponentially over the past few decades, will shake us to our very core.

Is this what was warned about in the Bible?

There are many signs that the world is about to end as we know it, and this is yet another danger.

The fact remains that we humans don’t know as much as we think we do.

The saying “on solid ground” has never been further from the truth as our planet orbits the sun, in amongst so many unknown things that could potentially end us all, in the depths of space.

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