The blood moon prophecy remains to be a trending topic even after the event. The appearances of the Hunter's moon in October which coincide with the supermoon which made it look bigger. This same blood moon is seen as a sign of doom and destruction.
The latest chaos theories link the blood moon to the rumored planetary collision with Nibiru. Other predictions cite that a collision with an asteroid would cause the end of the world.
David Meade, a research scientist, is one of the proponents of Planet X's existence. Planet X is supposed to be an entire solar system. Nibiru belongs to this solar system and is one of the seven bodies orbiting planet X.
Nibiru is believed to be a large, blue planet. Chaos theorists believe that the Earth will meet its destruction due to Planet X's gravitational pull. Meade proposes that scientists were unable to detect this system since it is approaching Earth at an oblique angle.
Meade suggests that the recent natural catastrophe, particularly, the increase in seismic activity is proof of this upcoming collision. He added that storms and earthquakes are increasing in number and in intensity due to Planet X.
Asteroid 2012 TC4
In 2012, scientists first discovered an asteroid as big as a house could destroy Earth. In 2015, scientists admitted that they need to monitor the asteroid. Based on a report by the Inquisitr, there was a 0.00055 percent chance of an impact. However, the chances are low, although a close encounter could happen on Oct. 12, 2017. The next possible impact could happen between 2020 and 2026.
Back in September 2015, there was a blood moon prophecy concerning a killer asteroid that will kill everyone on earth. The impact of this asteroid coincided with the appearance of the blood moon. Coupled with the report by the Daily Express, 2017 seems to have numerous prophecies of doom.
At the moment, there is no word from NASA of any collision that could put the planet in danger. The blood moon prophecy is gaining popularity but they should be treated as a possibility not a fact.