Doomsday mongers have long been talking about the alleged killer planet 'Nibiru' which will cause mass destruction on earth. Now, popular conspiracy theory YouTube channel 'The Hidden Underbelly 2.0' has uploaded an eerie video which shows a glowing space body next to the moon. The conspiracy theory channel reveals that the mysterious clip was shot from the skies of Pennsylvania.
"This huge object was filmed on August 24, 2018, and this is a head scratcher as to what this could be. This is not Mars as the person filming shows us where Mars is and it is not lens flare. To me, this looks like another planet but which one or could this be Nibiru / Planet X," wrote the conspiracy theory channel in the video's description.
As the video went viral on online spaces, conspiracy theorists started arguing that the myths surrounding 'Planet X' are actually real, and they claimed that space agencies including NASA are intentionally covering up truths about Nibiru fearing public panic. The image was later shared to the closed Facebook page 'Nibiru Countdown' where people discusses the possibilities of a Nibiru apocalypse in the near future.
After seeing the image, most of the members of 'Nibiru Countdown' assured that the apocalypse is imminent. However, some sceptics dismissed these claims and made it clear that it is a lens flare which caused the anomaly in the photo.
Even though sceptics dismissed the video stating the lens flare reason, conspiracy theorists are not ready to give up, and they assured that it is Planet X alias Nibiru which appeared in the skies. As per these theorists, the object spotted in the skies remain stationary throughout the video, and if it is a lens flare, then it would have changed position when the camera moves.
After watching the video, viewers of 'The Hidden Underbelly 2.0' also put forward various theories explaining the creepy sky sighting.
"Wow, never seen that before. That is amazing. How anyone could call it lens flare or glare is beyond me. It clearly does not move when the camera is moving...," commented Ben Driggers, a YouTube user.
"Death Star? Holy crap! Cool video," commented Anthony W Stanton, another YouTuber.
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