As the date approaches, the Internet is flooded with reports of a Biblical doomsday assertion that a “planet” will either hit the Earth or take a close step triggering catastrophic events on September 23. At the center of the conspiracy theory David Meade, a Christian numerologist. Meade has tried to push forward his theory that refers to the verses in Luke 21:25 to 26, saying that a series of recent events like the solar eclipse and Hurricane Harvey indicate that the apocalypse is approaching.
In fact, it’s clear about the date too: September 23, 2017!
There will be signs in the sun, moon and stars. On earth, the nations will be in anguish and perplexity before the roar and the launch of the sea. People will faint with terror, fearing what is coming upon the world, because the heavenly bodies will be shaken.
The hearts of men fail them out of fear and care for things to come upon the earth, for the powers of heaven will be shaken.
The claim that the world will end on September 23 has been based on Bible codes as well as a “date marker” on Egypt’s Giza pyramids, Fox News reported.
Meade’s theory is based on the existence of the so-called Planet X, also called Nibiru, which says that Earth will pass on 23 September.
The British newspaper The Sun quotes Meade as saying that the “astronomical event” will lead to volcanic eruptions, tsunamis and earthquakes.
It is noteworthy that the US space agency, Nasa, has discredited the existence of Planet X or Nibiru, calling it a hoax.
According to The Washington Post, Meade has given importance to a number – 33.
“Jesus lived for 33 years.” The name Elohim, which is the name of God for the Jews, was mentioned 33 times [in the bible]. Bible … and merging the two, “Meade told the Washington Post.
Meade goes on to say that September 23 comes exactly 33 days after the August 21 total solar eclipse.
Meade, however, has also tried to clarify that the world will end on Saturday. Instead, the prophecies mentioned in the Book of Revelation would begin to manifest that day, triggering a series of catastrophic events that will occur over weeks.
“The world is not ending, but the world as we know it is ending,” he said, adding, “An important part of the world will not be the same in early October.”