Every other year or month, doomsday is predicted and turns out to be nothing. It has become very common these days to hear the news about doomsday, when the existence on earth would vanish like anything.
But, obviously, we all know that all such predictions were completely bogus. Nothing turned up as predicted. Such predictions are not just one; rather 19 times, such predictions have been claimed:
Recently, it was predicted Christian group the eBible Fellowship that October 7 is the last day off the world. Luckily, it didn’t happen.
December 21, 2012 was regarded as the final date of doomsday. It was the year of beliefs when it was predicted that either on or around December 21, 2012, the doomsday would occur. According to the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar, this day was the last day.
It was estimated that on 28th September, 2015, the moon would change its color and become a blood moon, as a sign of destruction.
Pat Robertson is known as a former Southern Baptist minister. He estimated that the world would end in 1982.
The prediction of Comet Elenin striking earth feared the people about the earthquakes and other natural disasters. It was predicted to collide with earth on 16th of October, 2011.
Nibiru collision was predicted in May 2003. Nancy Leider prophesied that aliens sent her a message about a planet entering the solar system. It was then estimated that humanity would be destroyed. Obviously, this wasn’t true, but, these days it has been found that life is possible on Mars.
Harold Camping predicted the end of the world on 21st may, 2011.
According to Jerry B. Jenkins and Tim LaHaye, two Christian authors, Y2K bug would activate the global economic chaos.
It was predicted by Jeron Criswell Konig, an author, that all metal would be turned into rubber. He also predicted the doomsday on Aug. 18, 1999.
Joanna Southcott (1750 born) was a normal woman until she declared herself as the Woman of the Apocalypse. She proclaimed that she would be giving birth to Messiah on 19th of October, 1814. But, the event didn’t happened and she died soon afterwards.
Elizabeth Clare Prophet, in 1980s, prophesied a nuclear attack on the United States. Her followers at that time stockpiled necessary stuff to prepare against the destruction.
Peter Olivi was born in 1248 in France. He forecasted that the doomsday would occur around 2000.
He predicted the destruction of life on Aug. 23, 2013 and also forecasted the return of Jesus Christ to help those in anguish.
Ronal Weinland was also among those who predicted about the return of Jesus Christ. According to him, Christ would return on May 27, 2012 and the world would also be destructed on the same day.
A religious organization, named as Nuwaubian Nation or movement, was established in New York in 1960s. The organization forecasted that on May 5, 2000, the planets in the solar system would be pulled towards the sun.
Tynnetta Muhammad predicted the last judgment day in 2001. The destruction of World Trade Center in 2001 was stated as a proof for her predictions.
A number of apocalypse predictions were made by Yisrayl Hawkins. June 12, 2008 was also predicted as a doomsday by him.
Based around a war between US and Japan, sometime in 1997, Aum Shinrikyo forecasted an apocalypse.
He predicted the end of life on earth on Oct. 23, 1997.
So, it is evident that the predictions for the doomsday is prevalent in the world, since a long time.
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