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A doomsayer has predicted the rise of the Antichrist, 7 years of chaos and Planet X smashing into Earth. Again.
“… It’s not that the world will end, but a Great Tribulation” that will destroy Earth as we know it, claims an ‘expert’ on biblical studies, prophesies.
American numerologist David Meade, an expert on biblical studies, prophesies that the end of time will begin soon and assures that at the end of this month seven years of chaos and destruction begin on Earth.
According to Meade, it would not be the end of the world, but a “Great Tribulation” that will destroy Earth as we know it.
Meade states that in the coming years the antichrist will manifest and that a series of natural disasters will shake the planet.
He also predicts that the clash of Earth with the mysterious Planet X will kill much of the world’s population.
Interestingly, Meade had previously predicted that the world would be ‘destroyed’ last September 23 by an astonishing cosmic clash, which—shockingly—did not happen.
The numerologist believes, however, that after going through this ominous period, a time of peace and prosperity that will last a thousand years will come to the planet.
The scientific community discards the imminent clash with an unknown planet.
Planet X, aka Nibiru, is believed to be the long-lost planet, home of the ancient Anunnaki.
What is Planet X, aka Nibiru?
Zecharia Sitchin described Nibiru according to Sumerian cosmology as the 12th planet. Nibiru is home to an alien race called the Anunnaki an extreme advanced extraterrestrial civilization. Researchers have talked about the possibility of a giant planet that has an extremely strange orbit around our sun.
Anyway, now with the September 23 date out of the question, Meade believes ‘the end of days’ or at least its beginning will start in October 2017.
Meade says the End of Days will bring a series of judgments, one of which will be Planet X:
“This celestial object called Planet X, or the Bible calls it ‘Wormwood’ in Chapter 8, it causes most of the damage of the Trumpet judgments. It doesn’t destroy the whole earth it only destroys about a third of the Earth.”
According to Meade, increased solar flare activity will herald the approach of the mysterious Planet X, as electrical grids and technologies around the globe will start failing gradually.
Speaking to RT.com about the end of days, Meade said:
“It’s not the end of the world, but the end of days as prophesied in the Bible. The world is not going to end but ‘the world as you know it will end.’ It will change. Normalcy bias will cease.”
But not all is bad according to the conspiracy theorist. Meade notes how after the seven-year-long great tribulation the world will head for a glorious millennium, with “a thousand years of peace.”
“But right before that time we’ve got to deal with the Great Tribulation and Planet X, or wormwood is part of the great tribulation.”
NASA disagrees saying that no such planet is heading towards Earth.
In fact, numerous times has NASA made it clear that Planet X, or Nibiru or any other wayward planets, do not exist and is a mere internet hoax.
“After searching hundreds of millions of objects across our sky, NASA’s Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) has turned up no evidence of the hypothesized celestial body in our solar system commonly dubbed ‘Planet X’,” it previously said in a statement.