Allegedly, this year, like any previous, according to some people is the end of the world. This time this prediction is not from “the prophet”, but from the Bible itself. Although this text has been studied for centuries, one of the possible meanings has now been revealed, which is that the end of the world will be on June 24th this year.
You surely remember at least a few prophecies about the end of the world. New Year’s parties in 1999 were really crazy because famous singer Edgar Cayce predicted that the end of the world would happen in 2000.
Later appeared the Y2K computer virus that supposedly was supposed to destroy technology and cause chaos in civilization. One of the more familiar theories about the end of the world was in 2012, when everyone claimed that that Maya calendar ended exactly that year.
And last year there were announcements about the end of the world when the author Davy Meade predicted that the mysterious planet Nibiru will appear in heaven and will destroy the Earth. The theory was quickly celebrated, though NASA claimed its existence was impossible, because the gravity of the planet would already ruin the moon. Nibiru was to appear last September, then move to October, and eventually when it did not appear and in November the theory slowly died.
Today the new biblical theory predicts that Armageddon will happen this summer. Metteu Jean-Marc Joseph Rodriguet plotted the book of revelation and discovered the date June 24, 2018. The part that Rodrigue claims to reveal this is:
“He was given the authority to act for 42 months.”
Supposedly, if you add the number of the verse of the harvest and price, you will discover the truth. It’s not clear how he got a date with the collection of these numbers, but the sum told that the end of the world is June 24th, 2018.
“I heard a voice in the middle of the four living beings. This is wisdom. One who is intelligent can interpret the number of the beast. It represents the name of a person. His number is 666 , “Rodrigo wrote.
What do you think, will this “end of the world” be greeted with a fun celebration, and then continuing as if nothing was, or did Rodrigue really find something strange in the Bible?