Nibiru and Wormwood
Chapter 1: Mothership
Slow but sure moves the might
of the gods.
....Wormwood, spoken of in Revelation 8, is said to be a falling star that poisons the Earth's fresh and salt waters during the biblical Apocalypse. The exact wording in the verses pertaining to Wormwood, are of particular importance:
8:10 And the third angel sounded, and there fell a great star from heaven, burning as it were a lamp, and it fell upon the third part of the rivers, and upon the fountains of waters;If you'll recall from the Introduction, a falling star is a biblical idiom for a fallen angel(s), and not just a fallen angel, but a fallen angel in an UFO. In the case of Wormwood, it's a particularly large UFO, "a great star from heaven." In fact, it's very likely a mothership with a contingent of smaller craft onboard. In the verses above, it sounds as if it's either breaking apart in the Earth's atmosphere, spreading toxic debris across the surface of several water sources , or it's deploying several smaller craft to do the job of poisoning the Earth's water supplies at the same time as it plunges into the water, itself. Either way, it's an event with a bad outcome. There's no indication that Wormwood self-destructs following this event, in fact, it appears to overlay the next chapter, in which the next prominent fallen angel event occurs and the invasion continues. These may be overlapping pieces of information that further define one another. For example, it could be possible that the fallen angel in Revelation 9 , is from the mothership in Revelation 8.
....For those who believe Wormwood is "Nibiru," the above verse and the associated verses regarding fallen angels, offer solid proof that Wormwood is not a planet nor is it the sumerian "Nibiru." It is, however, associated with the fallen angelic Anunnaki, and therein may reside the confusion on the topic. There's no biblical precedent for a literal planet to be a called an "angel" in scripture. Although, stars and planets were often associated with the fallen angelic visitors, perhaps as a result of their appearance as they descended through Earth's atmosphere in their glowing space craft or perhaps as a result of their descriptions of their places of origin, the sumerians appear to have known the difference. The authors of the New Testament, also appear to have known the difference, otherwise Revelation 9:1 would not identify the fallen star as masculine and capable of using a key to open the "bottomless pit" upon arriving on the Earth. (For further information on the "bottomless pit," see The Anunnaki and the Abyss). They understood when Jesus called Himself, "the Bright and Morning Star," that He didn't actually mean He was literally the planet Venus or the Sun. 
....Before you pronounce the entire event metaphorical, remember John, the Apostle who wrote the Book of Revelation while on the Isle of Patmos, was just relating events as he saw them, in the order that he saw them. He was having a futuristic vision about many things that probably had no equivalent in his day, such as modern technology. This, however, does not mean that he was writing entirely metaphorical: Comparatively, yes, but not completely figurative. So, it's entirely possible and likely, that what John was witnessing was a huge extra-terrestrial space craft, either plummeting into the ocean or diving into it, after releasing several smaller craft. This would have the appearance of it breaking apart, to the untrained eye, especially if the UFOs were all glowing as they exited the mothership. In any event, Wormwood is most assuredly not Nibiru or any part thereof.
....Alternatively, the mentioned UFOs and their pilots may have been here, all along, and either remain hidden from our view behind some other planet (or in the Van Allen Asteroid Belt) in our Solar System, or are using some type of cloaking technology.
Ephesians 6:12In that event, the fate of Wormwood may be a result of God's retribution on the fallen angels and inevitably anyone on Earth who follows them. Ironically, the destruction of Wormwood also brings destruction upon the Earth, if indeed the verse is depicting the destruction of Wormwood. I'm still unsure as to its fate in that timeframe. However, in the same chapter, following the arrival of Wormwood, an Angel of God is also flying through the heavens, pronouncing "Woe" on the inhabitants of the Earth. Therefore, this chapter may be depicting a future war in heaven (not to be confused with "Heaven") between the fallen angels and the holy angels, that results in the destruction of much of planet Earth, as well.
1. See Revelation 9:1, Online Parallel Bible
2. See Revelation