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Oops! End of World Delayed a Month

Oops! End of World Delayed a Month
NASA assures that Nibiru, or Planet X, is not approaching because it doesn't exist. (Reuters)

By    |   Monday, 25 September 2017 10:18 AM

The end of the world has been delayed by a month, according to doomsday author David Mead, conveniently and surely coincidentally allowing more people to buy his book.

The Christian numerologist initially scheduled the apocalypse for Sept. 23 when he said the mysterious planet Nibiru -- or Planet X -- would collide with Earth,

Meade had said, per The Washington Post, that the world would begin to face catastrophic events leading to its eventual end, starting on Saturday, based on the Bible's Book of Revelation.

But he seemed to have changed his prognostication between then and now, Fox News said.

“At the end of October we may be about to enter into the 7-year Tribulation period, to be followed by a Millennium of peace,” Mead now said on his website, adding that he and several others had been watching for the “September 23 sign” which signaled the end of the “Church Age.”

Mead said it was not known how doomsday would unfold but he did suggest that people buy his latest book which delivers a strong message of “spiritual preparedness.”

NASA has repeatedly dismissed reports predicting the end of the world, stating that the planet Niribu did not exist.

“Therefore there will be no collision,” a NASA statement said, adding that “the story of Niburu has been around for years (as has the "days of darkness" tale) and is periodically recycled into new apocalyptic fables.”

The end of the world seemed to gather momentum last week. On Thursday, an end-of-the-world prediction message interrupted some Southern California cable television programming.

Amid the sensationalism, Meade has been widely criticized for his dramatic predictions, but the self-described specialist in research and investigations said mainstream media had distorted and exaggerated his claims.

“These billion-dollar major media groups that write about us distort what we have said,” he said on his website. “They write and distort what we say to sell papers – they have to resort to sensationalism to do it.”

Meade added hat people should refrain from relying on “second-hand distorted information,” instead suggesting they go to the source, watch and pray.

“And read my book – it tells you everything – everything.”

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