The end of the world date has been changed once again. Just when you start to "believe" you have dodged one Doomsday bullet someone comes along with a new one.The world lived passed another end of times prediction on Saturday, September 23. The day will be added to the long list of ever-growing dates that have been previously predicted and surpassed over the decades.

Another Doomsday date has passed

However, according to MSN reports we now have less than one month before we must face yet another end of the world prediction date. According to Christian numerologists, the end of the world is still coming and is scheduled to take place on October 21, 2017.

David Meade the Christian numerologist who predicted the world would end on September 23 has recalculated his prediction date to October 21.

Next end of times prediction set for October 21, 2017

Meade claims he fully continues to believe that Planet X is still set to collide with Earth according to Bible verses and numerical codes that have been deciphered. He was just a little off his dates. This story sounds oddly familiar to the doomsday predictions made by American Christian radio host Harold Camping in 2011 who stated that the Rapture and Judgment Day would take place on May 21, 2011. This he claimed would be followed by that the end of the world on October 21, 2011.

Camping "humbly acknowledged" in March of 2012 that he had been wrong, and that by attempting to an end of times date he was "sinful." Camping also admitted that his critics had been right in pointing to the scriptural text "of that day and hour knoweth no man." Meade began backtracking his prediction dates according to reports before Septemeber 23, stating the date as the day marked for a series of catastrophic events to begin worldwide.

Now Meade claims that October 21 will be the beginning of the end, stating the month of “action” and “seven years” of war and disaster will begin.“It is possible at the end of October we may be about to enter into the seven-year Tribulation period, to be followed by a Millennium of peace,” Meade was quoted as saying by the Sunday Express.

You may breathe a sigh of relief on this. While it is predicted that one day the world will eventually come to an end, that day is likely billions of years away. We just won't be around to see it happen. That is unless mankind does something to change this on their own.

We will, however, in fact, most likely live through countless doomsday predictions made by countless people who claim they have the date all figured out.

Most people agree that the end of the world will come, and as long as people continue to make predictions dates for decades to come, one thing is clear. Eventually one of these future people may just get the date right, only thing is no one will be around to acknowledge their prediction.

What are your thoughts on all the end of days, doomsday predictions?

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