Attention Kmart shoppers: Doomsday is not today. Carry on.
A flaky “Christian numerologist” who predicted the world would end on September 23 has backtracked on his claims since the apocalypse has obviously not happened.
“The world is not ending, but the world as we know it is ending,” David Meade told the Washington Post. “A major part of the world will not be the same the beginning of October.”
Meade recently made headlines after predicting the world would end after a mysterious planet he named Nibiru will crash into Earth on September 23 and usher in the Apocalypse (a.k.a. – Doomsday, End of Days, Last Judgment, the Democratic Party).
Meade claimed his prediction was based on numerical codes and verses from the Bible, specifically, the Book of Revelation (see video).
He said the recent solar eclipse and Hurricanes Irma and Harvey were precursors to the end of days. Meanwhile, we just call them weather patterns.
It’s unclear why the mainstream media paid so much attention to David Meade’s inane claims, since he obviously made them to shill his book, an end-of-the-world survival guide called “Planet X – The 2017 Arrival.”
Not surprisingly, Meade’s wacky prediction was disavowed by the Roman Catholic church, as well as other branches of Christianity. NASA also dismissed his claims.
So what does that mean for all of us? Well, for Americans with Trump Derangement Syndrome it means this: Trump is still your president. Deal with it.
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