We’re swiftly approaching the end of September, and if you’ve been paying attention to any, let’s say, alternative news sources, you probably know what that means: the end date of the latest doomsday prophecy is at hand.
Earlier this year, I wrote about the so-called Blood Moon Prophecy, which predicts that the end of the world (or some otherwise Earth-changing event) will coincide with the end of the current lunar tetrad. This is a series of four consecutive total lunar eclipses, during which the moon appears red, that will come to a close on September 28, 2015.
Much of this prophecy arises from certain interpretations of Biblical passages and other bizarre predictions, leading conspiracy theorists to believe an asteroid will soon annihilate the earth – or worse.
NASA has, as they usually do, denied that any such thing will occur.
Fanning these flames of conspiracy, however, was a meteor that exploded over Thailand on September 7, 2015. Some claim that this is but a preview of things to come.
But what about CERN? It feels wrong to leave the world’s most powerful particle accelerator out of a good doomsday scenario. Well, there’s no need to worry, because where there’s smoke, there’s world-ending particle collisions.
This month, the Daily Reporter ran a piece by Lonnie Robinson on the September Apocalypse, warning that the experiments at CERN will soon “break apart the God Particle that creates and maintains our physical world,” and “’open the door’ from our physical universe to non-physical universes.”
He goes on to claim that the true purpose of CERN is to create a stargate that will allow access to other worlds – which may lead to cataclysmic consequences.
And when is this supposed to occur? September 24, 2015.
Well, folks, if you ask me, things aren’t looking too hot for good-old Planet Earth. A Biblical End Times, an asteroid impact, a particle accelerator tearing apart the fabric of reality. All within the same week! Guess it’s time to head back into the bunker.
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