The last time we checked on our favorite doomsday prophets they said that the Bible foretold the end of the world on June 24, 2018, giving us a solid two months or so to get our affairs in order and say a proper good bye to loved ones.
Well, bad news, folks. The Armageddon timetable has apparently been moved up, this time to April 23, 2018. Once again, the culprit will be the mysterious Planet X, AKA Nibiru. The photo above is an artist’s rendition of what it’s going to look like when Nibiru approaches Earth signifying the impending apocalypse.
So basically, you can just ignore that Bible prediction, and those other predictions conspiracy theorists had back in July of 2016, and in September that year. And the three predictions they made in January of 2017. And those other times the world was doomed, like back last February and those two times in May, or that one in December.
THIS TIME I have no doubt that they’ve got it right.
According to the Mirror…
It is feared the sun, moon, and planet Jupiter will align in the constellation of Virgo on April 23 to bring about the second coming of Jesus Christ, known as the Rapture.
On the same night, it is also said the mythological planet system, known as Planet X or Nibiru, will appear in the sky.
David Meade, who writes for Planet X News, has warned volcanoes will erupt on April 23 to mark Rapture – the belief that Christ will resurrect again.
This Meade guy, he knows what he’s talking about, bros.
In an article earlier this year, he wrote: “By early April of 2018, the disappearance of the Church (all true Christians worldwide also known as the Rapture) will occur.
“This will be followed quickly by the rise of the Antichrist, the appearance of Planet X and World War III.
“Seven years of Tribulation will ensure. This is beyond any shadow of doubt.”
“Beyond any shadow of doubt,” guys.
It doesn’t matter that NASA has said “Planet X can’t possibly exist because its gravitational forces would have already stripped Earth of its moon.” This Meade guy, he’s the one we should be trusting, I am sure of it.
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