Doomsday preacher Paul Begley says it's time to "get saved before it's too late" as he claims the Earth is being shaken to apocalypse by the mythical planet Nibiru.
Nibiru, also known as Planet X, has been the subject of conspiracy theories about the end of the world for years.
Despite no evidence that such a planetary body even exists, believers are adamant that it's floating through our galaxy and is on a deadly collision course with Earth.
Pastor Begley, who publishes daily videos and live streams of his sermons to more than 338,000 YouTube subscribers, revealed this week that he not only believes in Nibiru's existence, but says it's sending waves of energy towards us that will have a catastrophic effect.
He says certain passages in the Bible predict that the Earth will "reel and rock" and the end of days will arrive far sooner than we think.
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"I'm not so sure NASA has said no to this," he said in response to an article debunking the theory.
"I've actually went back and found documents where NASA even had a Nibiru task force for seven years."
Brandishing a green USB, he claims the "little green file" contains classified secrets from several NASA scientists which corroborate his theory.
"They talk about the binary system that's bringing a ton of asteroids and debris toward the Earth," he said.
"No I haven't seen Planet X or Nibiru, but there's a lot of mathematical proof and a lot of scientists and astronomers who do say that this dark planet that's so far out there on the edge of our solar system that it's creating five waves of energy that is shaking the heavens."
He added: "The binary system is God's way of shaking the heavens and brought the the plagues of Egypt and how it was documented uh not only by the Egyptians and in the Bible in the Torah in exodus but also the Peruvians, the Mayans, ancient scripts along with the Incas, the Aztecs."
Pastor Begley acknowledged that experts have called the existence of Nibiru a hoax.
"But NASA has also said that there is an invisible planet that is so far from the sun it can't get a reflection, but all of the gravitational pull shaking and affecting the planets [means] it has to be there, matter of fact."
He also took issue with his online sermons being called "doomsday predictions".
"I've never made a doomsday prediction," he said.
"I'm telling you the signs that the end is nearing, but I've never set a date."
Quoting a recent article about himself, he said: "'He believes that Nibiru is the real deal and according to Begley, Nibiru will soon reveal itself to the world and it will mark the beginning of the apocalypse on Earth'. That's true, I do believe that now and that's because the Bible says it all.
"The deep impacts are in revelation chapter eight. The Earth is gonna 'reel and rock like a drunken man'. Jesus said there'll be mighty earthquakes, major earthquakes.
"He said there'll be signs in the sun, the moon, the stars and the stress of nations with perplexity. The sea and the waves will be roaring, all kinds of apocalyptic events.
"In what's called the Oracles of Isaiah, it all talks about these events coming. Any time you have a sun event you have an Earth event, I said that. Any time there's a space event it affects the Earth or even the sun.
"Right now we're dealing with Planet X, Nibiru, planet number nine, Wormwood, the Dwarf Star, the Goblin – call it what you want to."
He cites Luke Chapter 21 Verse 10, in which Jesus says: "Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. There will be great earthquakes, famines and pestilences in various places, and fearful events and great signs from heaven".
"I've got four NASA scientists who have already confirmed that it's true," he claims.
"There's something going on see, it's gonna become unexplainable, somebody's gotta explain it to the people. When these events really start getting worse I'll be still around, I'll help you through it, Lord willing."
"I hope that you come to the understanding that now you're living in these last days, we're running out of time folks, get saved before it's too late."
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