Looks like the world didn't end as predicted on September 23rd. Still waiting? You won't have to for long.

We reported last week that a "Christian Numerologist" claimed the world was going to come to a swift end on September 23rd. The man in question, David Meade, has backtracked saying this is exactly what he expected to happen. His new (probably made up) doomsday date? October 15th.

The catch is, Meade isn't claiming the immediately end of our planet. According to his research, October 15th will be the beginning of a seven-year tribulation period, in which the world will experience disasters that will ultimately lead to her demise. Which sounds more realistic than his last theory of the planet Nibiru (which NASA confirmed is not even a real planet) crashing into Earth.

Want to know more? You can read all about it in Meade's latest book, which is certainly 100% factual and in no way doom-mongering and trying to cash in on people's fears.

This blog brought to you by sarcasm. The guy is obviously looney tunes.

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