David Meade the doomsday theorist has now claimed that the end of the world is going to happen next week. He had made the claim that the world was coming to an end last month but now he says that this was a mistake, but it is still going to happen.
END OF WORLD STARTS NEXT WEEK, 7 YEARS OF HELL BEFORE WE DIE
Now Meade has said that the end of the world is going to happen from October 15 onwards, but there is no need to panic as there will be seven years of hell before everyone dies. He has said that the end of the world is going to start with tsunamis, hurricanes, earthquakes and a nuclear war and all of this is going to continue for seven years before the end of the world finally comes.
MEADE SAYS HE WAS MISTAKEN ABOUT WORLD ENDING IN SEPTEMBER
It was just last month when Meade said that Planet X would hit planet Earth and the world would come to an end on 23 September. However, this did not happen, and now Meade says that it will still play a part and bring about natural disasters. He said that the date had been one of the most important of the century and even the millennium. He said that the world as we now know it is going to come to an end.
MEADE LINKS MEXICO EARTHQUAKES, FLOODS AND HURRICANE IRMA TO END OF WORLD
Meade has linked the recent earthquakes that occurred in Mexico, along with the floods that happened in Texas and even Hurricane Irma and its devastation in Florida all with Planet X. Mead has warned that it is just the start of the end of the world and it has been since the solar eclipse that happened on 21 August. Meade said that since that time we had been hit by nothing but judgments that have continued. He went on to say that when Planet X had fully eclipsed the Sun and covered Earth, the 7-year death sentence began. The theory about Planet X derives from the book of Luke in the Bible which says that there will be signs seen in the sun, the moon and the stars. It was said that nations on Earth would be in anguish and they would be perplexed by the roaring and the tossing of the sea. It was written that people would faint in terror and be apprehensive of what was coming as the heavenly bodies would shake. NASA has said that the claims of Meade are not true as Planet X does not exist and so there is never going to be a collision that would bring about the end of the world. Nick Pope of the Ministry of Defence UFO desk has also agreed with NASA, and he said that if a mysterious planet were going to hit Earth, then people would have heard about it before and seen it a long time before it happened.