The prophet, self-styled Christian numerologist David Meade has been warning us about an incoming rapture for years. After a few failed tries of predicting the doomsday, Mr. Meade said that today’s prophecy was fake news.
Nibiru is not arriving today, and neither is Jesus Christ. Meade has studied paragraphs from the Bible’s Book of Revelations and he’s connected the words with astrological constellations:
The passage from the Bible says: “And a great sign appeared in heaven: a woman clothed with the Sun, with the moon under her feet, and on her head a crown of 12 stars. She was pregnant and was crying out in birth pains and the agony of giving birth.”
Many scientists and other enthusiasts like Meade have wondered about the claims. But Mr. Meade wanted to know one thing: when will the world end?
So, he has predicted the end of the world for a few times, but looking around us, it seems that he’s wrong, again.
The theory sparked massive debate among scientists and enthusiast about whether there was any legitimacy to the claims.
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This last failed prediction didn’t make him back down. He predicts that the rapture will happen sometime this year, between May and December. And the world won’t just end in a split second. It will be a whole process, he claims.
In a statement he gave to the public last week, he said that:
“The Book of Revelation states that men will approach Armageddon on horseback. Nibiru is here and the earth will be prepared for the next event on its calendar. That’s all in the Book of Revelation, too.”
But in the following months, Christ will descend from the heavens, said Meade. The good souls will go to heaven and the souls of the unworthy will go to hell.
Getting wiser with every failed prophecy, Meade didn’t propose a specific day.
And when Rapture comes, it will slowly put an end to the world, bringing seven years of horror and suffering to the planet.
One thing is for sure, end of the world or not, we should be thankful for every day we’re alive and well and try to make the world a better place. The good news: Today is not the Apocalypse!
Andre Blair s is the lead editor for Advocator.ca. He holds a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Toronto, and a Master of Science in Public Health (M.S.P.H.) from the School of Public Health, Department of Health Administration, at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Andre specializes in environmental health, but writes on a variety of issues.