TRUTH-SEEKERS believe that the end is nigh, and they claim it’s for real this time.The latest apocalypse prediction has been flagged on conspiracy blogs everywhere, and doomsday-obsessed theorists claim that it’s all to do with last night’s blood moon.The natural blood moon phenomenon makes our moon seem reddish in colour, and far brighter than usual, as a result of it’s position in the night sky.Also known as a hunter’s moon, because it used to give light for hunters as they tracked animals at night, last night’s lunar event was particularly impressive, since it was also a so-called supermoon.A supermoon looks bigger than usual, because the full moon comes at the same time as it’s at the closest point to Earth during a lunar cycle.But last night’s super blood moon has sent apocalypse enthusiasts into a frenzy, thanks to a biblical warning that a blood-coloured moon spells the end for mankind.The blood moon prophecy, a popular theory among doomsday theorists, states that this natural occurrence is a warning that Earth is about to be destroyed.Apparently, the moon signifies that Planet X, also known as Planet 9 or the doomsday planet Nibiru, is on its way to end all life on Earth.The planet is believed to pass… Read full this story
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