If you have a trip planned this summer, you can forget about it. As a matter of fact, get a refund. Why, you might ask? Well, the Bible says so.
2017 was probably the year with most doomsday prophecies that failed to fulfill and if they’re anything to go by, the Bible might be wrong, too.
Apparently, someone took their time with the Bible and found actual proof that the world is going to end on June 25, 2018.
Welcome to Earth’s last year
Conspiracy theorist Mathieu Jean-Marc Joseph Rodrigue has highlighted a passage in the Book of Revelations as a sign 2018 could be the Earth’s last year.
According to the passage:
He was given authority to act for 42 months.
If Rodrigue is right, the passage was added to the crop harvest and price, and it indicates a shocking truth.
In an interview with the Daily Star, he said:
I heard a voice in the middle of the four living beings. This is wisdom.
He who has intelligence can interpret the figure of the beast. It represents the name of a man. His figure is 666.
Not really sure how Rodrigues managed to pull a date out of it
When added together (not sure how he gets a date out of that), but apparently, the sum indicates the world will end on June 24, 2018.
There’s no detail on how the world will end, but now we’re getting into semantics, really. it didn’t happen in November last year, so the chances are it won’t this June either.
Earth was supposed to be destroyed by the mysterious Planet X (or Nibiru if you prefer it). And it was going to happen on a Sunday, which was rather unholy.
First, it was September 23, then the following month of October
Luckily for us, a leading NASA scientist said that the Planet X can’t possibly exist because if it did, its gravitational forces would have pulled the Moon away from Earth by now.
According to Mathieu Jean-Marc Joseph Rodrigue, the apocalypse has been rescheduled for June this year. So make sure you spend whatever time we have left with someone you love and doing things you love.
You’ll have the rest of your life for it anyways, but try to use every single day as it’s your last. That doesn’t mean you need to go berzerk, it’s more of a metaphor for “Living your life to the fullest”.