(ANTIWAR.COM) — Visiting Brussels on Monday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu not only defended President Trump’s decision to declare Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, but pressed all European nations to follow his example. Netanyahu cited the Bible as proof of the position, saying that the Bible makes it clear Jerusalem is the capital of Israel, saying it was “absurd” of […]
When Sir Isaac Newton wrote out his notes explaining the laws of gravity, he also wrote down his own “end of days” prediction. And it’s sooner than expected.
Apocalyptic prophecies seem to be lurking around every corner, and by now, you’ve no doubt heard about David Meade. Mr. Meade originally predicted that Planet X, also known as Nibiru, would smash into the Earth on September 23, and he’s now not only changed his tune slightly but added to his updated apocalyptic prophesy.
The world didn’t end on September 23, as previously prophecized, but that doesn’t mean we are in the clear yet. David Meade, the original numerologist who claimed Nibiru smashing into the earth would end humanity has recalculated the world’s end date.
Commuters in Sweden believe that they are at the forefront of the future. They are willingly getting microchips implanted into their hands so that their commute is easier, but many say that what they are really implanting is the mark of the beast.
According to Meade’s theory, the apocalypse will take place between September 20-23, and the clues are written on the pyramids and in the Bible.