By now, we are all quite familiar with the name Nibiru or Planet X. For those, who are not, it is an alleged planetary object, which apparently prowls on the very edge of our solar system. Conspiracy theorists believe that Planet X is heading inwards and will supposedly cause the apocalypse on Earth that will destroy the globe as we know it along with humanity.

One of the latest claims related to Nibiru has just surfaced on the Internet that the last time when Nibiru had passed through the solar system, it had wreaked havoc on the most powerful empire on Earth at that time, Egypt and that led to the downfall of the country and also allowed Moses and the Israelites to escape.

Coming to the present day, as one Russian boy Boriska Kipriyanovich, who lives in Volgograd, Russia, claimed that he lived on the red planet in his previous birth before being born on Earth, and that he linked Giza pyramids to celstial existence, will Egypt becomes the imminent target of Nibiru's evil eye for the second destruction?

"The entry of Nibiru through the inner solar system, 1,500 BCE or so, created havoc in Egypt," explains conspiracy website Enki Speaks. "As Nibiru passed between Mars and Jupiter on its clockwise transit through the plane of the inner Solaris planets, it created volcanic eruptions, earthquakes and tsunamis on Earth. The earthquakes crumbled Egypt's stone buildings on solid ground. The Red Sea receded and rushed back and forth. But the shaking earth spared the flexible reed huts of the Israelite slave population of 600,000 descendants of Jacob – whose ancestors had come to Egypt when Jacob's son, Joseph was Egypt's Overseer.The Egyptian Prince Moses Freer says was AKHENATEN–led the Israelites and terrified Egyptians who joined them, through the swamps of the Red Sea, as the waters receded in the series of Earthquakes," the website writes.

However, this is not the first time that conspiracy theorists have claimed that Nibiru had passed through the solar system during ancient times and had caused mayhem on Earth. In 1985 a maths instructor from the University of Arkansas, Daniel Whitmire, published a paper that argued the existence of a planet on the edge of the solar system. The paper was published in Nature. Recently, Mr. Whitmire said that the planet could also be responsible for all the comets approaching Earth.

An article, published on the website of the University of Arkansas, reads: "In 1985, a look at the paleontological record supported the idea of regular comet showers dating back 250 million years. Newer research shows evidence of such events dating as far back as 500 million years."

However, Daniel Whitmire actually couldn't disclose any of the "evidence" that has been mentioned in the article.

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Recently conspiracy theorist David Meade predicted October 15 to be the beginning of the world's end. He claimed that the Earth would enter a 7-year tribulation period, on that very date, which is essentially seven years of catastrophic events leading to the destruction of Earth. "It is the most important date of this century and millennium... Hold on and watch-wait until the middle of October and I don't believe you'll be disappointed," he had said. Now he has rescheduled the date to November 19 despite NASA's repeated denials of the doomsday prediction.