People Think The World Is Ending On September 23 Because Of A Biblical Prophecy

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As if 2017 hasn’t produced enough downfall and gloom, predictions embarked twirling that Sept. 23 will be the end “of the worlds”. Oh, splendid — as if everyone has meter for the universe to implode. Get your final Pumpkin Spice Latte lineups in before life as we know it ceases to exist.

I, for one, can’t think of a more inopportune period for the end of the world. If these prognosis are true, we’re exclusively going to be treated to one day of tumble, and that’s one day too few for me. I have a concert on Sept. 30. I planned to celebrate the season with some brand-new sweaters and scarves. Nothing stands in the way of a shop rampage. I recite: good-for-nothing. On the plus surface, I approximate this wouldn’t apply my proprietor the opportunity to raise my rent.

, this outlandish prediction is all courtesy of, an missionary Christian publication that foresaw our fate in “the worlds largest” 21 st-century road probable: a video on the internet. The four-minute clip on YouTube comes furnished with spooky music, phony dragons, and disaster panoramas from who knows where that consequently depict the end of period. The clip’s title? “September 23, 2017: You Need To Investigate This.” Oddly enough, beings listened — the video raked in more than 2 million views as of Sept. 18.