World likely to end on September 23, as experts match Great Pyramid, Bible dates
Stargazer claims to have “decoded” the Great Pyramid – and discovered it is a “date marker” that reveals when the apocalypse is coming.
Staggeringly, it matches a prophecy foretelling the End of Days in the Bible – and it’s next month.
As reported by Daily Star, earlier this year, Christian numerologist, David Meade, matched the positions of heavenly bodies with Bible verses, to work out the world will end when a giant planet called Nibiru or Planet X crashes into Earth.
His detailed analysis suggested Nibiru will first appear in the sky on September 23, 2017, and crash into Earth in October.
The bombshell prediction, made in his book ‘Planet X – The 2017 Arrival,’ was so compelling it was covered across mainstream media in both the US and UK.A number of Christian fanatics have claimed a rare total solar eclipse that will blanket the US in darkness on August 21 will herald the end of the world – and may be one of the prophesied 10 Biblical plagues.
A number of Christian fanatics have claimed a rare total solar eclipse that will blanket the US in darkness on August 21 will herald the end of the world – and may be one of the prophesied 10 Biblical plagues.
Last week, Daily Star Online exclusively revealed the so-called Great American Total Solar Eclipse also pointed to September 23 as the date Armageddon will start.
Mr. Meade showed how the Book of Revelation, in the Bible, warned the “stars in heaven will not show their light” and “the Sun will be darkened” before the apocalypse.
Now, the doomsayer has discovered the position of the Great Pyramid also points to exactly the same date – September 23.
Mr. Meade said: “It is very strange indeed that both the Great Sign of Revelation 12 and the Great Pyramid of Giza both point us to one precise moment in time – September 20 to 23, 2017.
“Is this the end of the Church Age and the transition to the Day of the Lord?
“There couldn’t be two greater witnesses.”
The Nibiru Cataclysm myth dates back to 1976 when writer Zecharia Sitchin claimed that two ancient Middle Eastern cultures – the Babylonians and Sumerians – told of a giant planet – Nibiru – that orbited the Sun every 3,600 years.
Self-proclaimed extraterrestrial psychic Nancy Lieder then warned Nibiru would crash into Earth.
The wild conspiracy theory was ridiculed by the mainstream science community.
But then, respected astronomers from the California Institute of Technology announced they had found evidence of a real planet up to 10 times the mass of Earth lurking in the outer reaches of the Solar System.
Terrifyingly, Mr. Meade’s prediction matches up with a shocking number of other “End of Days” prophesies.
Michael Parker, who runs the blog End of Time Prophecies, also said the end of the world will start on September 23 – and the eclipse would signal the Second Coming of Christ.
Gary Ray, of evangelical Christian publication Unsealed, has predicted the August 21 eclipse will herald the start of the apocalypse.
He said the destruction will continue until a second total eclipse, on April 8, 2024 – something Mr Meade agrees with.
Reverend Donna Larson, who runs the blog Rapture and End Times, also warned the world will end this year – as did Robert Binnion, who runs the “end of time prophecy website” Nice Timing.
Some doomsayers believe the 10 plagues in the Bible have already begun – with unusual swarms of insects being reported.
By coincidence – or not – last week, Egyptologists announced they were going to open lost chambers in the Great Pyramid for the first time.