Take a minute to search for the stars this weekend as there are supposed to be 2 very, very unique things going on there. One of them is the annual observation of Earth's oldest known meteor shower. The other is Armageddon
From late Saturday (April 21st) to early Sunday (April 22nd), northern hemisphere stargazers have the opportunity to be enchanted by the Lyride meteor shower, which illuminates the sky with gunfire Stars every April for almost 3,000 years. The shower will peak when the moon sets early in the early morning early morning. Look at the sky at 2 o'clock local time on Sunday, and you can expect to see about 15 to 20 meteors per hour.
Keep watching, due to the fact that sometime on Monday (April 23) another cosmic ad will appear Screen is decorated to decorate the paradises – and those you absolutely do not want to miss. In line with expert opinion leader David Meade, a rogue world called the Nibiru Disaster (or "Planet X") will then break into our planetary system and bring about an apocalyptic end to the days, as explained in the Biblical "Book of Revelation."
(To be clear, Nibiru's look at the sky on Monday will only be a harbinger of accomplishment, Meade said the Boulevard Express, the true damage to the world will not happen until October, when Nibiru arrived Passing the Earth and Triggering the Majority of the World
Live Science does not want to tell you about the best ways to live your life, but if you have just enough time to look at a phenomenon in the sky this weekend, the Lyrids are absolute The safer bet The annual meteor shower actually took place every April, since at least 687 BC Chinese astronomers mentioned that they could see meteors "falling like rain".
The Earth has seen the Lyrids so reliable from this time onward goes through the filthy particles of the comet Thatcher, who buzzes through our planetary system every 400 years Thatcher was last observed in 1861, so regrettably no humans in be near to see his next flyby in the 2200s – that is, if the world does not end up in the beginning.
Nibiru, on the other hand, has actually been identified by NASA fraud, and there is no evidence of the world's presence. Why does Meade believe that April 23 will explain the arrival of the Rogue World? Meade explained that at that time Sun, Moon and Jupiter will line up in the Virgo constellation, as the revelation goes, describing a "lady with the sun, with the moon under her feet and a crown of 12 stars" describes her head "Who will cause a child to end the world?"
As Live Science reported earlier, Meade used just that passage to describe that the world would end on September 23, 2017 (which scientists disagree)). If this story does not comfort you, remember that on April 23, Jupiter will not even be in Virgo. From Earth, the gas giant will actually appear in Libra.
If you have a good time seeing the sky fall this weekend, you still decide to analyze it.