End of the World Postponed till October after earlier deadline passes peacefully: David Meade

End of the World Postponed till October after earlier deadline passes peacefully: David Meade

Christian numerologist David Meade had predicted that our world would come to an end on September 23 as Planet X would collide with our planet. However, everyone questioned Meade as his earlier predicted doomsday date of September 23 passed peacefully. Scientists across the world have talked against such predictions made by many in the past as well. NASA also issued a statement to deny the claims made by David Meade. NASA clarified that there isn’t any planet with name Nibiru and there won’t be any collision in September or even in October.

Meade had based his predictions largely on verses and numerical codes in the Bible. Commenting on the issue, Meade said that he was misunderstood. He added that the world would finish in October. In his statement, Meade said that it has been foretold September 23 in the Bible’s Book of Revelation as the day a series of catastrophic events will begin.

Based on the verses, Meade said that he was misunderstood and the world would come to an end on October 21.

Such dates have been given in the past as well. People should understand that the world wouldn’t end that way. And, many space agencies across the world are keeping track of asteroids which are passing close to our planet. There is a very low chance of any major collision with our planet in the next 200 years.

Clarifying further on the issue, NASA said that the story of Niburu has been around for years, as has the ‘days of darkness’ tale and is periodically recycled into new apocalyptic fables. People find such stories interesting and as media covers such topics, they get lot of response on social media.

“The world is not ending, but the world as we know it is ending,” Meade told The Washington Post, adding: “A major part of the world will not be the same the beginning of October.”

As NASA has already clarified that there won’t be any such event even in October, Meade will be proved wrong once again on October 21.

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