Start checking items off your bucket lists, everybody, because, according to conspiracy theorists like Christian numerologist David Meade, we don't have much time left! These are the same theorists who believed that the mythical planet Nibiru (aka Planet X) was going to crash into the Earth and destroy it last August, September, October, November, and December.
In a recent YouTube interview, Meade claims the real end is coming in spring 2018 — this time for sure!
During his interview, Meade told Pastor Paul Begley:
Here’s what I believe is going to start in the Spring of 2018. I believe North Korea will ascend to become a world-class superpower in March of 2018. I believe the great tribulation will begin after a short period of peace. Planet X won’t appear until after the tribulation period commences, and I don’t think you can pinpoint a month, week and day but I do believe 2018 is high watch and I would be very surprised if a year from now, that we will be talking about anything except Nibiru.
Things aren't looking so great for humanity, according to Meade:
The more I study every month, I would say I expect an awful lot to happen to commence in the spring of 2018.
everyone's loving planet X, the immense red & black world that appeared in our system with no warning or explanation and now hangs in our sky like the beginning of the end of everything. but I'm like meh— village fetish (@botandy) February 4, 2018
Other signs of the impending apocalypse include sightings of "twin suns" and pretty much anything said by President Donald Trump. Meade doesn't give a specific date for the end of days, and NASA isn't too worried about his warnings. As they've said before, apparently we're in "no danger" because Nibiru "isn't real?"
NASA wrote on its website:
The planet in question, Niburu, doesn't exist, so there will be no collision. The story of Niburu has been around for years (as has the "days of darkness" tale) and is periodically recycled into new apocalyptic fables.
If Nibiru or Planet X were real and headed for an encounter with [Earth], astronomers would have been tracking it for at least the past decade, and it would be visible by now to the naked eye.
So maybe we don't need to get our affairs in order just yet? Good news! We were looking forward to a fun summer.