Good news, everyone, the world isn’t going to end on Monday – instead, the end has been postponed at least until May, or possibly later in the year.
That’s straight from the mouth of David Meade, the Christian conspiracy theorist who has repeatedly predicted the beginning of the end times and the arrival of a mythical ‘death planet’ Nibiru.
But Meade describes reports that the world will end on Monday April 23 as ‘fake news’, according to the Guardian.
Meade says that ‘The Rapture’ – when Jesus returns to save the faithful – will in fact begin between May and December.
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After that, there’ll be seven years of ‘tribulation’ followed by 1,000 years of peace and prosperity – THEN the world will end.
He said, ‘So the world isn’t ending anytime soon – in our lifetimes, anyway.’
David Meade has a long history of statements about the end of the world – having written 14 books on the subject including ‘Planet X: the 2017 arrival.
He builds on a long tradition of conspiracy theorists waffling about Planet X.
Nibiru (or Planet X) was widely predicted to hit our planet in December 2016, and before that in April 2016, and December 2015.
Are you seeing a pattern here?
Prior to that, it was predicted to smash into our planet to coincide with the Mayan apocalypse in 2012 – and before that, Nancy Lieder, an American website writer who claimed to have an alien implant in her brain, predicted it would destroy the world in 2003.
Nibiru does not exist. It has never been seen on any telescope, and no credible scientist has ever confirmed its existence.
NASA has thoroughly debunked the Nibiru myth via its Beyond 2012 page, saying, ‘Nibiru and other stories about wayward planets are an Internet hoax. There is no factual basis for these claims.
‘If Nibiru or Planet X were real and headed for an encounter with the Earth, astronomers would have been tracking it for at least the past decade, and it would be visible by now to the naked eye.’
Soviet-born American writer Zecharia Sitchin first wrote about Nibiru in his hit 1976 book ‘The 12th Planet’ where he claimed it was inhabited by a race of ‘ancient aliens’ – the Annunaki – who had created the human race.
Sitchin’s work remains in print and has a devoted following around the world.
Nigel Watson, author of the UFO Investigations Manual says, ‘Zecharia Sitchin claims that Nibiru collided with a planet called Tiamat that was situated between Mars and Jupiter. The result was the creation of the asteroid belt and planet Earth.’
‘Nibiru is populated by the Anunnaki, an advanced humanoid race, who visited Earth thousands of years to mine gold in Africa. As an outcome of needing workers to carry out these mining operations they used genetics to create Homo Sapiens.’
‘The popularity of these type of ideas makes it certain that every new discovery by our spaceships will be be minutely studied for any evidence of Nibiru, or any other similar body that might be populated by extraterrestrials.’