If our first article about end of the world predictions wasn’t enough to scare you, here are even MORE possible ways that the world may soon end!
End of the World Prediction – June 24, 2018
Conspiracy theorist Mathieu Jean-Marc Joseph Rodrigue has reworked Bible calculations, figuring in the number of the beast (666) and all that and has come up with a new date for Earth’s destruction: June 24, 2018.
He points to the passage from Revelation 13:5, that reads: “The beast was given a mouth to speak arrogant and blasphemous words, and authority to act for forty-two months” as a clue to the date calculation. Rodrigue has said he does not know how the end will come about.
Hell on Earth – Bigger, Longer Wildfires
You may have already noticed how bad the recent wildfires have been over the last few years.
Environmental scientists from the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) predict wildfires in the Western United States are going to get a lot worse.
Already, they predict 30,000–50,000 wildfires to occur each year. They say that by 2050, wildfire seasons in the US will be three weeks longer, twice as smoky, and will burn a larger portion of the West per year.
The Predictions of the Blind – Baba Vanga
A blind Bulgarian mystic named Baba Vanga who was dubbed the “Nostradamus from the Balkans” has made stunningly accurate predictions of past events. Baba Vanga died at the age of 85 in August 1996.
However, before her death, the aging clairvoyant made predictions extending into the 51st century. Her past track record of successful predictions has an accuracy rate of over 85 percent.
She accurately predicted the 9/11 attack on the USA, predicted Brexit, the rise of Isis, the Kursk nuclear submarine disaster, the death of Indira Gandhi, the presidential term of Barack Obama, and many other events.
A Predicted Eruption – Bardarbunga
In August of 2014, scientists predicted a possible eruption of Bardarbunga, a volcano located in Iceland. In just a few weeks, their prediction came true.
Their first clue was hundreds of earthquakes occurring over several days at the site. Scientists believe it’s only a matter of time before the volcano erupts again.
Time Traveler Passes Lie Detector Test
In February 2018, a man who calls himself Noah, came forth claiming to be a time traveler from the year 2030. The man asked to remain anonymous claiming he could be assassinated for revealing what he knows about the future, so his face was purposely blurred in photographs and video.
He reportedly lives in South America. As proof of his knowledge, he agreed to take a lie detector test, which was shown on video with him passing every question. In contrast to the gloom and doom forecasts we typically see of the future, all of the predictions Noah made were positive.
Isaac Newton’s Prediction
In an unpublished manuscript, Isaac Newton gave a date of 2060 which was falsely reported as a date for the end of days.
Newton was against date setting. Instead, he gave his prediction as a date before which the end of the world could not happen. He later revised this date to 2016.
Now that we are past 2016, we are in Newton’s end-of-the-world time period.
Largest Tsunami Ever Predicted to Strike Caribbean
Two university professors, one from University College London and one from the University of California Santa Cruz released a paper in 2011 in which both predict that the Cumbre Vieja volcano on the Canary Islands will erupt and create the largest tsunami ever recorded in history.
The effect will be felt as far away as Florida and England. In a worst-case scenario, a massive chunk of landmass on the island of La Palma could fall into the sea.