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The mysteries of Nibiru and their relationship with the Sumerians
Although Nibiru has been the focus of attention over the past few years, there are still people who do not know exactly what Nibiru is, nor the serious consequences that our planet would have if it got too close. According to Sumerian mythology, the planet X has its origin based on the God Marduk, in fact, the celestial body was called under that name. The Babylonians had the meaning of Nibiru as a “place that crosses”, before this we can understand that they believed that the planet was moving throughout the solar system.
It is here that the greatest question arises. What is Nibiru really? A planet cannot move in the way the Sumerians describe it in their ancient writings, so we can stress the possibility that this celestial body is not really a planet, but a comet that can move through our galaxy, which is larger and heavier than the planet earth and that its proximity would destroy everything in its path. Moreover, a celestial body of such magnitude would soon be seen by the teams of the space agencies.
The theories of Nibiru and the impending destruction of the earth
The Mayans had predicted that the end of the world would be in 2012 and that, after the approach of a great planet, the earth would be destroyed due to the reactions of all the volcanoes, earthquakes, tsunamis and many other natural disasters that would end the life we all know. Fortunately none of that happened, but there are more and more theories about the destruction of the earth and in all of these, the cause is Nibiru.
It is no coincidence that all the legends agree that Nibiru will be the destruction of life on a general level, there is even the hypothesis that planet X can host extraterrestrial life and that these in turn, manage to drain the vital energy of each planet or star to which they approach.