Christian numerologists Reschedules Apocalypse for October After World Didn’t End

By on September 25, 2017
Christian numerologists Reschedules Apocalypse for October After World Didn't End

Christian numerologists Reschedules Apocalypse for October After World Didn’t End

The conspiracy theorist who supposedly predicted the world would end on September 23 has clarified his doomsday prophecy, saying the rapture is, in fact, coming in October.

David Meade is a Christian numerologist who predicted the world would end Sept. 23 after being struck by a rogue planet, called Nibiru or Planet X. Meade said his prediction was based on Biblical verses and codes that pointed to that date.

Saturday came and went without a cosmic collision and now, Meade said there’s a new Doomsday date: Oct. 15.

Meade said his prediction about Sept. 23 signified a day that catastrophic events would begin to occur and that October would be the “month of action,” starting seven years of war and disaster.

“I’ve previously mentioned that September is the “Sign Month” and this starts the ball rolling (for the next 7 years),” Meade wrote on his website. “Nothing is expected to happen in September.”

Instead, Meade said, there’s a “possibility” at the end of October the world will enter into a seven-year period of tribulation followed by 1,000 years of peace. When “wormwood” – a star mentioned in the book of Revelations -appears, you can expect solar flares and the loss of the electrical grid for weeks.

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