Biblical passage is to be believed, the world will end on September 23
Well, it is the news of the destruction of Earth again by an unknown object called the Planet X. It has once again thrilled the scientists and the people of Earth. NASA has called this apocalypse a hoax, but it has become trending news, and everyone is trying to give his/her opinion and thoughts about the end of Earth on September 23.
Notably, there is no evidence about this news, but many Christian conspiracy theorists are very excited about this date. David Meade, the author of ‘Planet: The 2017 Arrival’ claims that a hidden planet ‘Nibiru’ will suddenly appear in the sky and will collapse with Earth and this will lead to the end of earth.
Meade’s prediction is completely based on the verses and numerical codes depicted in the Bible. He has targeted only one number that is 33. He believes that as Jesus lived for 33 years and also the name Elohim, the name of God to the Jews, was also mentioned 33 times. Hence, 33has become biblically significant and also a numerological significant number.
Also, September 23 falls after 33 days of the August 21 solar eclipse. Another Christian numerologist said that there is number sequence written in Bible that is Luke 21-25-26 which matches with the fact that Total solar eclipse occurred on August 21, Hurricane Harvey hit Texas on August 25 and flooded Houston on August 26.
David Meade claims that an unknown Planet ‘Nibiru’ will suddenly come in front of Earth containing heavy garbage, firestorms causing the eruption of super volcanoes, tsunamis which will lead to mass death and end of the world.
His assumption is based on the prophecy of Book of Revelation in which some hypothetical things are written about the catastrophic events taking place on Earth.
NASA along with other scientists has debunked the Biblical apocalyptic claim as a hoax. They said that there is no such hidden planet named Nibiru in the Universe if it would have been there then it would be tracked this time.
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