NASA Finally Admits Conspiracy Theorists Were Right All Along

Conspiracy theorists are always labeled as nut-jobs until something they claimed actually ends up being truthful and evidence based. Once they are proven to be right, it’s as if they never said anything in the first place. Well, congrats theorists because we were right once again.

Not that conspiracy theorists are always right, because they definitely aren’t. Honestly, the term conspiracy theorists is extremely wide and inaccurate. A conspiracy theorist was originally defined by the act of questioning the truth, and theorizing from their own original thoughts – which is crucial to do, especially in today’s society. These days the word conspiracy theorist has gained a rather negative connotation. When people hear the word they automatically envision some person claiming outrageous things and wearing a tin foil hat. But in all reality, a conspiracy theorist is someone who questions the truth and finds answers for themselves.

Original thought is crucial to the fate of humanity and always has been. People are corrupt and leadership roles are taken advantage of more often than not, especially these days. There have been many instances in which conspiracy theorists were found to be not so nutty. In fact, a lot of the time they are proven to be right. For example, theorists have gone on and on about the existence of a gigantic planet in the darkest corners of our solar system heading directly towards us. This planet is referred to as Planet X – and NASA just confirmed that it may indeed be a viable concern.

Planet X first began gaining attention in 2012, when theorists declared Nibiru, or Planet X, was going to collide with the Earth and bring humanity to a gruesome end. Although 2012 was just a scare, NASA scientists are stating that Planet X might not be so much of a myth. According to theorists, the planet is either going to obliterate us on its astronomical expedition through space, or it’ll graze right past us.

Conspiracy theorist David Meade defends his prediction based on passages from Revelations, stating, “The Stars of Heaven and their constellations will not show their light. The rising Sun will be darkened and the Moon will not give its light.”

David Meade published a book titled, ‘Planet X – The 2017 Arrival’. In the book he talks of Planet X and its proof of existence. His book was rated four stars out of five, so nonetheless, it’s an interesting read. He states: “The existence of Planet X is beyond any reasonable doubt, to a moral certainty. We examine proofs of its existence. In fact, if you want to ask one simple question that posits the theory of the reality of Planet X, just ask yourself where did 2.2 Trillion disappear to in the Pentagon’s budget that Rumsfeld said was missing, and why do we have over 100 Underground Deep Bunkers throughout the U.S.?”

Although the claims from conspiracy theorists are vast and quite unlikely, NASA is actually acknowledging the existence of this so called ‘Planet X’.

Konstantin Batygin, a planetary astrophysicist at Caltech said in a NASA statement:

“There are now five different lines of observational evidence pointing to the existence of Planet Nine.”

“If you were to remove this explanation and imagine Planet Nine does not exist, then you generate more problems than you solve. All of a sudden, you have five different puzzles, and you must come up with five different theories to explain them.”

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