Man Who Predicted World Would End Last Weekend Has New Doomsday Date

A Christian conspiracy theorist is revising his end of the world prediction... since his original prediction that the world was going to end this past Saturday didn't come to fruition. 

David Meade says that, this time, the end of the world is October 15th.    

Meade said his original prediction about Sept. 23 signified a day that catastrophic events would begin to occur and that October would be the "month of action," starting seven years of war and disaster.

"I've previously mentioned that September is the "Sign Month" and this starts the ball rolling (for the next 7 years)," Meade wrote on his website. "Nothing is expected to happen in September."

Previously, Meade connected the August 21st solar eclipse to the end of the world, citing biblical significance to the number 33 and how September 23rd was 33 days after the eclipse.  

"Various people are "predicting" that world will end Sept. 23, 2017 when another planet collides with Earth. The planet in question, Nibiru, doesn't exist, so there will be no collision," NASA said in a statement concerning last week's prediction.

Meade told the Washington Post the world is not ending, but the world as "we know it" is ending.

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