The ‘Christian numerologist’ who alleged that the world would end on September 23 has clarified that life will, in fact, go on tomorrow. Speaking to the Washington Post, David Meade said: ‘The world is not ending, but the world as we know it is ending.’ Meade added: ‘A major part of the world will not be the same the beginning of October.’
Meade used the ‘biblically significant’ number 33 and his interpretation of the Bible’s Book of Revelation to suggest that the legendary – and widely debunked – planet Nibiru would strike Earth on September 23.
The impact would set in motion cataclysmic events, according to Meade. In late August, Meade said that ‘Nibiru’ would hit Earth between September 20 and 23.
He said the clues are written on the Pyramids of Ancient Egypt and in the Bible. The conspirator said: ‘It is very strange indeed that both the Great Sign of Revelation 12 and the Great Pyramid of Giza both point us to one precise moment in time – September 20 to 23, 2017.
Mr Mead says in his book: “The existence of Planet X is beyond any reasonable doubt, to a moral certainty,” but he claims the media has sensationalised this staggering claim.
Writing for Planetxnews.com, he said: “These billion-dollar major media groups that write about us distort what we have said. “They write and distort what we say to sell papers. “They have to resort to sensationalism to do it. Therein lies the problem with the major media sources and their crazy headlines!
Mr Meade, also denied saying the world would end, and that it would go on forever, following Nibiru’s passing. What he said would happen is that from October 21 seven years of tribulation, where terrible events would unfold on the planet, would begin, before the Millennium–a “wonderful thousand-year period of peace,” after the second coming of Christ.
“It’s all academic, though, Jesus is returning before the Tribulation even starts at the rapture. That’s the bottom line. Watch and pray.”