The Rapture coming this September 25th People Are Talking
September 25, 2023, is the next prediction that the world as we know it will cease to exist. But don’t worry, a scorching destruction of “Earth,” is a long way off 7.59 billion years in the future, according to some calculations. Even if the planet survives September, and remains in orbit around the bloated red giant Sun, Earth’s natural orbital decay means it would merge with the Sun.
So Many Wrong “Predictions”
Y2K was one that scared so many. 1999: The world braces for chaos as midnight. Computer systems will crash when the calendar switches over to 2000? Although the answer was “no,” the Y2K crisis never happened, the potential for disaster seemed real enough in the days and weeks leading up to the year’s final day.
Remember the world didn’t end on Dec. 21, 2012. You’ve probably already figured that out for yourself. Despite reports of an ancient Maya calendar prophecy, we’re still here.
A Philadelphia-based outfit called the eBible Fellowship. The Head of the organization Chris McCann got his doomsday prediction for 2015 wrong. Spectacularly wrong. Warned his followers that the planet would be destroyed “with fire”.
A Christian numerologist claims that the world will Setember 25th 2017 when a planet will, supposedly, collide with Earth. According to Christian numerologist David Meade, verses in Luke 21:25 to 26 are signs that recent events, such as the recent solar eclipse and Hurricane Harvey, are signs of the apocalypse.
Some Say The Simpsons Are Best At Predictions
The Simpsons is credited with accurately predicting Donald Trump’s presidency, Super Bowl results, and smartwatches, so naturally people are concerned about one of its storylines suggesting the world will end, on September 24, 2022. The fact you’re reading this is proof enough that the prediction hasn’t come true just yet, but the theory behind September stems from series nine, episode 24 of The Simpsons, which aired in 1998.
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Editor’s Note September 2011
It was in September 2011 that the band R.E.M. Broke up. Peter Buck explains R.E.M.’s decision to break up, and why they won’t reunite. “We got to the point where we wanted to go our own ways. “We didn’t want to keep doing 20-year-old songs.” You can say simply that it’s the end of the world as we know it and I feel fine.