Have you booked your trip of a lifetime this summer? A three-month adventure around Southeast Asia in late July perhaps? Well forget it.
The world is going to end on June 24 this year. If doomsday prophecies of the past are anything to go by, you should take absolutely no notice of it.
Someone has read The Bible really closely, unlike all those other times when it was wrong, this time the world is actually going to end.
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.
The passage reads:
He was given authority to act for 42 months.
Rodrigue thinks when the passage is added to the crop harvest and price, it indicates the shocking truth.
According to the Daily Star, Rodrigue wrote:
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.
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.
I mean, he didn't give any details of how it would happen, but that's just semantics isn't it really?
Luckily, it didn't happen in November when conspiracy theorists said the mysterious planet of Nibiru was going to destroy the Earth. On a Sunday as well, how unholy.
It was previously predicted to occur on September 23 and then in October, thanks to the hearsay of a Christian numerologist.
However, a leading NASA scientist has said the planet cannot exist. If it did, its gravitational forces would have already rid Earth of its moon.
Now, punters reckon the apocalypse has been rescheduled till June this year instead.
So we have to take this end of days shout with a pinch of salt, to say the absolute very least.
We won't care when were all
continuing our lives as usual dead.