Here we go again folks, it is time we once again start talking about the latest end of the world predictions. The end is coming soon, and this time the demise of the world is scheduled to take place on June 24, 2018. According to the latest conspiracy theory reports, we shouldn't be making any long-range plans for summer 2018 according to viralthread.com reports.

The end is near, or is it?

Just a reminder we have been in this situation before and survived. Flashback to 1999 when many feared we would not make it to the new millennium. However, we trudged on and even later surpassed the nasty threats of demise that the Mayan calendar predicted? The site claims this new world end prediction is not based on a "psychic" prediction, but based on information obtained from the Bible.

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The latest prediction claims that we can look forward to armageddon this summer.

Conspiracy theorist Mathieu Jean-Marc Joseph Rodrigue has reportedly worked the numbers and claims that a passage in the Book of Revelations schedules the end for June. According to Rodrigue, if you add the number in the passage to the crop harvest and price, it gives us the date of our last day on Earth. However, most people believe that we will once again prevail. After all, we have already survived April 2018's end prediction, which was made by conspiracy theorist David Meade, who mistakenly predicted that Nibiru would become visible in the sky and would destroy the Earth.

Just to ease doubter's fears that we will survive past June 24, I have found more predictions for the end of the world that forge years and years into our future. Here are a few doomsday predictions we are predicted to face in the upcoming years.

Ronald Weinland, who in the past predicted the end would would come in 2011 and 2012, now claims we can look forward to the return of Jesus on June 9, 2019. The late Jean Dixon first predicted the world's end date for February 1962. She later predicted armageddon would take place in 2020. The Messiah Foundation feels differently and claims the world has until 2026 before the world will be once and for all destroyed by an asteroid which will collide with the planet. There are also various similar predictions scheduled for the years, 2060, 2129, 2239, and 2280. That being said, I feel it is fairly safe to assume the majority of us all will still be checking in come June 25, 2018.

I have to admit the end of the world predictions just keep on coming, and eventually one day that dreaded fate may very well take place. But how many of us reading this are actually going to be here when things do one day "get real?" For now, we are just going to keep on chalking up these end of the world dates as reality checks and notices that we should not take our lives for granted and that one day we will all face our own personal end of the world date.

The date, however, some will agree on, is only known by one higher power, and as far as the rest of us knowing, well, let's just be thankful it will come as a surprise for us. After all, who needs all that worry? What are your thoughts on the end of the world predictions we seem to face continuously?