Biblical prophecy claims end of world on September 23

World to end September 23 – Numerologist

Since then, Dr. John Carlson, director of NASA's Center for Archaeoastronomy, has probably spent a chunk of taxpayer money debunking reports of planet Nibiru, or Planet X, approaching Earth and threatening widespread destruction, saying the stories were nothing more than an internet hoax with no factual basis. If it were up there, you could see it. It was also linked to the end of the world prediction for 2012.

A great sign appeared in heaven: a woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet and a crown of twelve stars on her head.

He said that a mysterious planet is going to come towards the Earth at a really high speed, and this encounter will put an end to life on Earth.

Instead, he says, the prophecy in the Book of Revelation will occur on September 23, causing a series of catastrophic events that will stretch out over several weeks. He believes that as Jesus lived for 33 years and also the name Elohim, the name of God to the Jews, was also mention 33 times, hence 33has become biblically significant and also a numerologically significant number. He claims to have used verses from the Bible as well as certain astronomical events to predict the end of the entire world.

Earlier this year, Christian thinker David Meade predicted that the distant plant Nibiru will collide with our own planet Earth this fall.

Don't worry, September 23 isn't the rapture. I'm talking astronomy. I'm talking the Bible ...

According to the Bible, the end of the humanity will precede the Rapture and the second coming of Christ.

A woman on the moon will give birth to a baby and a seven-headed dragon will eat it and knock a third of all of the stars out of the sky with its tail.

If the world is still here on September 23, it will have survived three apocalypses to date - the other two were in 2003 and 2012.

Doomsday believers also say that Nibiru is on a 3,600-year orbit. "Instead, in the intersolar system, we see planets with stable orbits". A self-proclaimed Christian researcher man named David Meade, and a Christian website, Unsealed, are both counting down to September 23, leading many to think it is the date for the end of the world.

Some call Nibiru "Planet X", as Meade did in the title of his book.

And since the Rapture was supposed to happen a few times, Unsealed has clarified on the YouTube post, lest "scoffers" scoff, that it is only a sign and the Rapture "might not happen on this exact day".

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