The passage reads: "And a great sign appeared in heaven: a woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet, and on her head a crown of 12 stars.
She was pregnant and was crying out in birth pains and the agony of giving birth." In the passage, the woman is Virgo. 23, both the sun and the moon will be in Virgo, as will the planet Jupiter.
And sure enough, several fringe Christian prophets are now claiming the apocalypse is coming on Saturday. David Meade, a self-published author, bases his prediction on a complex set of calculations and inferences centered around the number 33 and imminent interference from the planet Nibiru. 23 is 33 days after the solar eclipse, which Meade sees as significant.
He believes that a constellation will reveal itself over Jerusalem on Saturday, triggering the launch of a series of catastrophic “tribulations” that will mean the end of life as we know it.
Meade has built his theory on the so-called Planet X, which is also known as Nibiru, which he believes will pass Earth on Sept.
23, causing volcanic eruptions, tsunamis and earthquakes, according to British newspaper The Sun.
Has anyone taken a look at what was going astrologically on Nov. We should point out at this point that the Bible specifically says that no one will know the date of Jesus’ return, with Matthew saying, ‘However, no one knows the day or hour when these things will happen, not even the angels in heaven or the Son himself.’Unsealed says, ‘2017 to 2024 offers the only timeline in recent memory where the Tribulation of 2550 days could begin unquestionably on a Fall Feast date and end on a Fall Feast date.In fact, the alignment is kind of shocking‘Many thoughts to ponder, but just remember that the LORD can come at any time, even well before these speculative dates. NASA, meanwhile, has repeatedly said that the planet Nibiru does not exist.A Christian website called Unsealed similarly argues that Sept. The site produced a video on the significance of the date focusing on the rapture, a sudden event that some Christian traditions claim will whisk true believers up to heaven while nonbelievers suffer years of torment on Earth. To make a trippy story short, the passage goes something like this: A pregnant woman gives birth to a son and flees to the wilderness for 1,260 days. And yes, Jesus himself said that, regarding the timing of the end of the world, “no one knows.” Though there is a long Christian tradition of studying eschatology—matters related to the afterlife and the end of the world—those making literal predictions based are far from the mainstream.
23 is a date that was pinpointed using codes from the Bible, as well as a "date marker" in the pyramids of Giza in Egypt.