‘Jesus Is Angry? The World Will Come To An End On July 29’

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Jesus is angry, world is ending in 15 days

Conspiracy theorists warn of a global apocalypse in less than 15 days from now

THE End Time Prophecies YouTube channel has predicted that the world will come to an end in less than fifteen days, in a global apocalypse that will wipe the entire population out.

Previously, the channel has predicted that human population would be wiped out in May by a massive asteroid
Previously, the channel has predicted that human population would be wiped out in May by a massive asteroid

Not deterred by all the other false predictions of the exact date the world will end, conspiracy theorists claim the end of days will hit us on July 29, 2016.

According to Armageddon News, the earth’s magnetic poles will flip and an extremely angry Jesus Christ will return, bringing about the end of the world.

In a newly released video, the End Times Prophecies claims with the aid of bible verses that:

“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 damning prediction by End Time Prophecies is just one of several doomsday prophecies for this year – including that an asteroid would hit us on May 6 (it didn’t), and a prediction that Barack Obama would reveal he is the Antichrist in June (he didn’t).

Watch the video below – Why the World Will Surely End on 29 July 2016…

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8 comments

  1. it won’t happen, no one knows when it will happen. besides, would you trust someone named Armageddon News? I sure don’t.

  2. Me thinks that some one with some competence in geological science needs to explain to these cretins just what a “polar reversal” actually entails.
    It is NOT a geological shift of the earths mantel, nor actual displacement of ground, it is, simply, a reversal of the magnetic poles.
    It only happens on an epoch or so, and has happened several times.
    It will cause travel delays, perhaps stoppages for a time and it will confuse animals and insects relying on the earths magnetic fields some confusion, perhaps even some deaths of those creatures effected.
    But as far as affecting humans ?
    Not much.

    1. Thank you so much for clarifying. i get so scared at posts like these. especially during the “2012” mayan prophesy! boy i was scared for about 2 years!

  3. PLEASE NOTE: Someone is using re-uping our videos and saying that the end of the world is July 29. It seems to have got some publicity in online news sites, who are saying WE said the world would end on the 29th. Nothing is going to happen on July 29. We have never claimed such a thing, this date is just another false prophecy being promoted online. A reeling of the earth does not have to be linked to the actually magnetic polar reversal, we only suggested this as a “””possibility”” of why the earth itself would reel to and fro like a drunkard, as stated in Isaiah, and cause the stars to appear to fall. The reeling could also be the result of a global earthquake. But whatever the cause we in no way promote that anything will happen on July 29th. There are a number of Prophecies which must first be fulfilled, including the conquest of Jerusalem by the surrounding Arab nations, which lasts for 42 months, before the second Coming occurs.

    John Preacher
    Director at
    -Armageddon News

    1. Hello, John, and thanks for the heads up. When–not if–Friday comes and goes without incident, this so-called “End Times Prophecies” group will be labeled as a cult. After all, Jesus did say that no one knows the day or the hour of His return.

  4. I agree. No body knows but Jesus and stop say Jesus is angry like honestly how would you know all this stuff about Jesus, Please stop putting words in other peoples mouth, cause at the end of the day, we all will be hear Past July 29th, see y’all July 30th✌✌

  5. This is just stupid posting again and again the false video of “end of the world’ nothing is going to happen…fuck off the person who’s doin it repeatedly he might be some phycho man…..feared of apocalypse….which is totally baseless the most false date which comes out to be false is 21-12-2012.

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