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Earth will not end on April 23, says David Meade



With the increasing fear of the world on April 23, Christian numerologist David Meade made it clear that the earth will not end on April 23, 2018.

On this day, the world we know will end, whether it's the mythical Planet X or the second coming of Jesus Christ.

But Mead has spoken on April 23, stressing that the world will not end this month – but it will end between May and December.

The conspiracy theorist and author of numerous books exposed the end of the world on April 23 as "Fake News".

Meade, who wrote 14 books on the inevitable downfall of the world, some of Nibiru, does not believe in The world will end next week, though they recently claimed "Nibiru is here"

He said on Wednesday: "The Book of Revelation states that men will reach Armageddon on horseback.

" Nibiru is here and the earth will be prepared for the next event on his calendar.

"This is all the Book of Revelation."

But the inevitable ending will come in the following months, when Christ descends from heaven during the Rapture, Meade claimed.

During this apocalyptic event, the souls of the righteous are said to ascend to heaven, while the unworthy are banished to the pit of hell.

For once, Mr. Meade shied away from specifying a specific date and instead said it would happen between May and the end of the year.

But even the Rapture will not mean an immediate end to the world. Instead, the tribulation will follow ̵

1; seven years of intense horror and suffering plaguing the planet's surface.

After that, the kingdom of Christ will allegedly establish a 1,000-year reign of "peace and prosperity," asserted Mr. Meade

He said, "So the world will not end any time soon – in any case!"

However, accepting these predictions is hard, based only on Mr. Meade's past track record of doomsday forecasts. Most notoriously, it was attributed to him the end of world panic of September 23, 2017, which speculated that Nibiru, or Planet X, would appear in the sky.

The conspiracy theorist then predicted that Planet X would quake the heavens on October 15, 2017 to start the period of tribulation.

None of that happened of course.

Meade has postponed the date several times since Nibiru did not return.

Earlier last year, he prophesied, "Jesus has lived for 33 years." The name Elohim, which is the name of God for the Jews, was mentioned 33 times in the Bible.

"It is a very biblically significant, numerically significant number. I speak astronomy. I talk about the Bible … and merge the two. [September 23, 2009] The 23rd of September allegedly fell exactly 33 days after the total solar eclipse of August 21, which was interpreted as a sign of the heavens.

All of this has been debunked time and time again by the world's leading scientific minds.

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