The world did not end, but faces 'tribulation'

The world did not end, but faces 'tribulation'
Posted at 8:33 AM, Sep 24, 2017
and last updated 2017-09-24 23:17:33-04

(RNN) - The world did not end Saturday.

It was supposed to, according to a doomsday conspiracy. But it didn't happen.

However, the man behind the theory says his prophecy was misinterpreted. The world was never going to end Saturday. It was only the day a sign would appear in the sky.

The world is safe for now, but things are supposed to get really bad in about a month.

Nibiru, a planet people like David Meade claim is real and experts at NASA say is a hoax, is about to wreak severe havoc on Earth.

There's good news here, because if you missed the Aug. 21 solar eclipse, Nibiru is supposed to eclipse the sun Oct. 5.

The bad news is that marks the start of seven years of "tribulation." Starting Oct. 21, there's going to be asteroids, massive solar flares and nuclear war.

This is all according to Meade, who gave an interview to - ironically - The Sun, and also The Washington Post.

It sounds bad, so plan accordingly.

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