After all the apocalyptic prophecy, the world refused to come to an end on July 29, 2016 – we’re all still here. Nothing has ended. The world is still here.
A group called End Times Prophecies (ETP) had on June 14, 2016 predicted that the world will come to an end on Friday, July 29, 2016.
According to Armageddon News, the earth’s magnetic poles will flip and Jesus Christ will return, bringing about the end of the world.
ETP declared that a polar shift is going to trigger worldwide earthquakes, tidal waves, and hundred-pound hailstones.
“This is Armageddon News. In this broadcast we’ll discuss the second coming of Jesus Christ, which occurs at the same time as a magnetic polar flip and catastrophic global earthquake. On the day which Jesus returns, there will be a polar reversal. Revelations 6:12 says, ‘There was a violent earthquake, and the Sun became black like coarse black cloth, and the moon turned completely’.
“The stars fell down to the Earth, like ripe figs falling from the tree when a strong wind shakes it. Every mountain and island is moved from its place. The polar flip will make the stars race across the sky, and the vacuum created by the reeling of the Earth will pull the atmosphere along the ground, trying to catch up.”
The group produced a YouTube video entitled “Why The World Will End Surely on 29 July 2016?
The video, which has already been viewed 6.2 million times, came with shocking facts” that provides details of the doomsday prediction.”
The YouTube page states, “All the evidence tells us that the end of the world, end of days and the end of time [will occur on] on 29 July 2016.”
However, the stipulated ‘day of apocalypse’ is almost over and nothing is happening?
The truth be told! It’s a ridiculous craze to predict when the world will come to an end.