(RNN) - The end is nigh.
Saturday will be the last day of Earth as we know it.
A woman on the moon will give birth to a baby and a seven-headed dragon will eat it and knock a third of all of the stars out of the sky with its tail.
The woman and a lion, possibly literally but also possibly in constellation form as Virgo and Leo, will appear in the sky above Jerusalem on Sept. 23 because that's 33 days after the most recent solar eclipse.
How do we know all this? Well, because some random dude said it.
David Meade claims to be a Biblical researcher and put all this together based on a sketchy interpretation of Revelation and supporting evidence that totally exists. He doesn't say what it is, but it's out there.
Revelation and the Pyramid of Giza point to a specific point in time, Meade says - Sept. 23. Or maybe Sept. 20, 21 or 22. He's not really specific about it.
Meade's website says his "data and sources are the most high-value information on the internet" and he studied astronomy and economics at "a mid-western university."
There's also a correlation to Nibiru, also known as Planet X. Doomsday-ers say it's real, but NASA says it's not.
But who can you really trust in this day and age?
Meade says he has seen "secret pictures" of Nibiru, which calls into question just how secret they really are.
Meade has written books about Planet X and Pinewood Derby racing.
The world has "ended" quite a few times as of late, and we're still here. But this is different.
Why? Well, here's a video. Freak out, accordingly.