David Meade, the well-known conspiracy theorist, had claimed the world would end on September 23rd. This day came and passed, and nothing happened. However, Meade didn’t stop, and came up with another date of the apocalypse. October 15th is the new date, when our planet should enter a period of seven years called a Tribulation period.
Meade postponed the apocalypse for a month
When Meade came up with the date for the most recent apocalypse, he accounted for the relation between the meaning of 33 and the most recent solar eclipse. This is how he obtained the date when Nibiru, a mysterious planet, was supposed to clash with Earth and exterminate all life.
The number 33 is supposed to have a lot of importance in the Bible. This is how many years Jesus lived, and the number of times the word “Elohim” (“God” for Jews) was mentioned in the holy writing. Therefore, Meade decided to find the connection between this symbolic number and astronomy.
Now, he decided to renew his assessment, and discovered September is safe. However, we are not. The end of the world has been postponed for a month. The big events happening on September 23rd have only been of astronomical nature. However, the beginning of the Tribulation period falls on October 15th.
NASA assures people nothing is going to happen
While these conspiracies sometimes fool people and manage to make them afraid, NASA insists on assuring everyone nothing is going to happen. Most theories regarding the apocalypse were related to planets which were about to collide with Earth. However, these theories weren’t based on actual science, but rather on ancient prophecies, or symbolic coincidences.
The world was supposed to end on September 23rd, and it didn’t happen. Also, December 21st, 2012 was a different date when conspiracy theorists said we were going to die, but nothing happened. We survived so many ends of the world, so worrying about such insane theories is pointless.
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