Like many predictions previously, a video uploaded on YouTube on July 9 sets another date for the apocalypse. The video uploaded by End Times Prophecies claims that the end of the world will occur this coming July 29.
The video has been watched by more than 2.7 million people. Accordingly, the cause for the apocalypse is the phenomenon known as polar flip, which NASA says is real.
“The polar flip will make the stars race across the sky, and the vacuum from the reeling of the Earth will pull the atmosphere along the ground, trying to catch up, creating what is known as a roll cloud,” the video’s narrator says. “For Jesus will only return on the day the poles reverse and a global earthquake reels the Earth, turning it upside down and leaving every city in the world in utter ruin and destruction. Now it is time to make your decision to accept Jesus as your savior or reject him.”
Polar flip or polar reversal results when the liquid iron inside our planet’s core shifts. Eventually, the magnetic North Pole moves slowly upwards and it goes through this geomagnetic reversal every 780,000 years.
The magnetic poles moved slowly over thousands of years. However, scientists claim that the shift has increased its speed to 40 miles or 64 kilometers a year since the 20th century.
NASA says that shift will even intensify from July 14 to August 19. This is the basis for End Time Prophecies video.
However, the space agency asserts that despite the unpredictability of polarity reversals, there is no geologic evidence that shows pole reversal will be the cause for the planet’s demise. This is just one of the reasons why the doomsayers’ prediction is questionable.
The End Time Prophecies is known for failed attempts at predicting the end of the world. Last May, they claimed that an asteroid would hit the Earth. They also said US President Barrack Obama would reveal himself as the Antichrist this June.
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