There have been many predictions for doomsday so far and good thing is that none of them has been proved to be true or right at that time.
Every single ‘full of life’ day has birthed the burden of ‘the end of the world‘. And despite multiple beliefs, prediction theories, and logic, no one can really say for sure what it is that will lead to our descent into the black hole.
Online doomsday mongers have once again predicted a black date for end of planet, stating that the possibility of a secret planet called Nibiru smashing into Earth post eclipse is true.
The alleged eclipse is supposed to occur on August 21.
Here’s a new list of the number of times humans on this planet coerced us into believing that we were dying.
1. July 29, 2016
A YouTube video “End Time Prophecies” claimed that the world will come to an end with the Earth undergoing a “polar flip”. If not that, it further claimed that a mega quake will jolt the surface like never before and will for sure kill all of us.
Well, That video was taken down by YouTube.
2. April 2014 – September 2015
Back in 2008, Mark Blitz predicted that the Blood Moon Prophecy will call for everyone’s demise. His philosophies were backed by John Hagee in 2014. These Christian Ministers claimed that the tetrad in 2014 and 2015 also represents the homecoming of Jesus. Oddly, everyone associated Jesus’ arrival with Earth’s end.
3. 21 December, 30 June and 27 May 2012
One of the most hyped years of doomsday, 2012 was the time when most of us wondered if we’d ever make it be able to see the great apocalypse movie ‘2012’. Not just once, but there were three dates in this year when people predicted that the earth would end.
Ronald Weinland even predicted that Jesus Christ would return and the humble mother earth will die. José Luis de Jesús claimed that world economies will fail this day and him along with his followers will be able to fly.
4. August–October 2011, September 29, May 21
The return of the Jesus, nuclear explosions, Rapture, and devastating earthquakes will cause the end of the Earth. Some claimed that not everything, but most of it will come to an end. Well sadly, nothing happened. Again.
The world was supposed to end anytime this year, but sadly it didn’t. Share this article on August 22, 2017, to let us know that you’re alive. Ciao!