The reason? A planet named Nibiru would collide with the earth causing a fateful end. The self-styled Planet X "hunter" observed that there were "two suns in our sky" on that day, as he took photos from his iPhone 7, taping an infrared lens onto the front of the device. These are the images I took on September 22 from my garden with an iPhone 7 and an infrared lens taped to the front of it.
"The planet in question, Niburu, does not exist, so there will be no collision". Thousands of people affirmed that with the arrival of the new millennium humanity would end, then when nothing happened, as expected, came new theories that related Mayan culture and its calendars to the end of the world.
The video is marked with a deep red tint of the infrared lens, and the supposed Planet X could very well be a lens flare reflection from the sun. "Whatever you want to call it". In any case, the publication stressed that the sighting may have likely been an airplane or drone, "but not Nibiru or UFOs".
According to the U.S. space agency, Nibiru does not exist, so a coalition that ends the world is categorically ruled out.
"Various people are "predicting" that (the) world will end September 23 when another planet collides with Earth", NASA said.
"If there was a planet headed into the inner solar system that was going to come close to Earth, it would already be inside the orbit of Mars, it would be bright, it would be easily visible to the naked eye - if it was up there it would be easy to see it, all of us could see it", explained Morrison.