A YouTube channel is claiming to have evidence that points to Halloween day as the “end of time.” Those who have claimed October 31 will be the apocalypse have also said that on that day, “the Earth will crack.”
The real apocalypse will begin on October 31 when the “Earth will crack” according to conspiracy theorists, says The Express UK. This year’s Halloween could be the scariest to date, and perhaps the last if doomsayers are to be believed. The YouTube channel End Time Prophecies claims that Jesus will return on October 31 and bring with him the end of the world, according to The Express UK.
A more in-depth search of the YouTube channel End Time Prophecies netted only two videos, neither of which declare in the titles that Halloween will be the date of the apocalypse. The YouTube channel Armageddon News has several doomsday videos citing Biblical lore and symbolism, but again, that Halloween date could not be verified. The only source online, The Express UK, did not include any links to the video they sourced either, making the verification of information presented impossible to locate.
Nonetheless, many thought that the start of the “end of times” was symbolized by the galactic alignment which occurred September 23, and was the source of many doomsday theories; including one saying that Nibiru would destroy the earth that day. Christian researcher David Meade claims to have analyzed biblical texts and astronomical signs and concluded that Planet X, as Nibiru is also known, would arrive and herald the end of days.
He referred to Revelation 12:1, which says: “A great sign appeared in heaven; a woman clothed with the sun with the moon under her feet and a crown of 12 stars on her head. And being with child, she cried out in her travail and was in anguish of delivery.”
“On the day which Jesus returns there will be a polar reversal,” the video claims. “Isaiah 24:20 says the earth will crack and shatter and split open. The Earth will stagger like a drunk, sway like a hut in a storm. The Earth is weighed down by its sins. It will collapse and never rise again,” the video stated according to The Express UK.
There has been a spate of end of the world predictions lately seemingly sparked by a series of natural tragedies such as hurricanes hitting America over the summer and the solar eclipse. The recently passed Friday the 13th was also said by some to bring the apocalypse’s beginning as the asteroid known as 2012 TC4 flew past Earth. TC4 passed between the moon and the Earth at a breathtakingly close distance of just 4,200 miles from our planet.
A blog website ran by poet Mel Brake says the passing of the asteroid was a sign in the sky that ‘Mother Mary’ is to return and the apocalypse will begin. The website also stated accurately that October will mark the 100 year anniversary of “Our Lady of Fatima,” a phenomenon which took place in Portugal. In 1917, between May and October, three young Portuguese shepherds were said to have been visited by Mother Mary who provided them with visions of the apocalypse. Others also witnessed “signs” that this occurrence was miraculous.
It looks like there may be some people who may believe the end of the world will occur on Halloween this year, although that cannot be confirmed based on the information so far presented.