Christian numerologists Reschedules Apocalypse for October After World Didn't End

Rodiano Bonacci
Settembre 25, 2017

While South Africans celebrated Heritage Day on Sunday many people around the globe were possibly a little surprised - and perhaps even relieved - to wake up to discover that the world was little changed and had in fact not ended.

Saturday came and went without a cosmic collision and now, Meade said there's a new Doomsday date: October 15. The reason? A planet named Nibiru would collide with the earth causing a fateful end.

Harold Camping predicted that devastating earthquakes would occur on May 21, 2011 but nothing happened. These are the images I took on September 22 from my garden with an iPhone 7 and an infrared lens taped to the front of it.

"As you can clearly see - this was early in the morning - two suns and two refections as well... They are all taken on my iPhone 7, all just set to standard factory settings, and the ones in this particular video are just having an infrared lens from my Nikon camera". As the clip predominantly features the infrared lens' deep red tint, the publication pointed out that Jordan's Planet X sighting was most likely a lens flare reflection from our sun. "Whatever you want to call it". "Or should I say, the Vatican's dragon?"

NASA on its website last week dismissed the Planet X theory as a hoax.

NASA's leading scientists Dr David Morrison said: "There is no credible evidence whatever for the existence of Nibiru". There are no pictures, no tracking, no astronomical observations.

"The planet in question, Niburu, does not exist, so there will be no collision. The history of Niburu has existed for years and is recycled periodically in new fables apocalyptic", makes clear the United States space agency in an update of a statement on the another end of the world that emerged in 2012.

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