Someone Used The Latest Doomsday Prophecy To Send A Creepy Prank Emergency Warning To Orange County

Yolanda Curtis
September 24, 2017

David Meade, a Christian numerologist and self-described "researcher", says September 23 is foretold in the Bible's Book of Revelation as the day a series of catastrophic events will begin, the Washington Post reports.

That's what "Christian numerologist" David Meade has successfully done in the past week or so after he made the outlandish prediction that the world will come to an end on September 23, pushing a long-debunked version of a theory known as the Nibiru cataclysm.

But now Meade is saying this event won't mark the apocalypse, but rather a series of dire events over the course of weeks, The Washington Post reports.

However, Meade has since clarified that October will be the month of "action" and "seven years" of war and disaster will begin on October 21. "The name Elohim, which is the name of God to the Jews, was mentioned 33 times [in the Bible]", he told the Washington Post.

And Sept. 23 is 33 days since the August 21 total solar eclipse, which Meade believes is an omen.

Meade claimed his prediction was based on numerical codes and verses from the Bible, specifically, the Book of Revelation (see video). "It's a very biblically significant, numerologically significant number".

However, a combination of Christian numerology, signs in the stars, and a fictional planet named Nibiru heading towards the Earth have proven a more compelling narrative for many doomsday theorists. "I'm talking astronomy. I'm talking the Bible ... and merging the two". This will cause volcanic eruptions, tsunamis and earthquakes, he claims.

Not surprisingly, Meade's wacky prediction was disavowed by the Roman Catholic church, as well as other branches of Christianity.

Ed Stetzer, a professor and executive director of Wheaton College's Billy Graham Center for Evangelism, slammed Meade's theory on Friday, calling it "fake news" and asked Christians to be critical.

NASA has repeatedly said Planet X does not exist.

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