8 October 2017
We’ve definitely had more end of the world dates that anybody can remember. The most recent came last month from a man willing to honour an interview invitation two days after the day he’d predicted the world would end. Interesting right?
Like me, you might be getting a bit sick of the multiple end of the world predictions recently, but this one is definitely going to happen, apparently.
Conspiracy theorist, David Meade (who also predicted that the world would end on September 23) says this date will be the start of a ‘seven year tribulation’ which will bring mankind to an end.
He predicts seven years of earthquakes, hurricanes and tsunamis will devastate the planet. One again Meade believes this seven years of damnation will be triggered by the mysterious Planet X, or Nibiru – a hidden planet that will move past Earth, starting the chaos. Meade previously said Nibiru would hit into Earth on September 23, destroying the planet.
It should be pointed out that Nasa have confirmed that they are not aware of any ‘hidden planet’ on a collision course with Earth.
Obviously Meade’s predictions have been given some credence (for some people) following the devastating hurricanes that have battered the Caribbean and America recently, as well as the horrific earthquake that killed more than 230 people in Mexico on 19 September.
Meade also said the seven years of chaos will include ‘nuclear exchanges between the U.S., Britain and their common enemies – Russia, China, Iran and North Korea’.
His previous prediction didn’t come to fruition, but maybe Meade has finally got his maths correct and we will actually see the start of Armageddon on October 15. Who knows?