According to one theory, the Rapture will be kicking off in a couple of weeks and we'll have the second coming of Christ when the sun and moon and Jupiter will all be in Virgo.
Meade has repeatedly been wrong in predicting the Rapture, it's worth noting that the Old Testament says that prophets who are wrong even one time should be killed: Deuteronomy 18: 20: But the prophet, which shall presume to speak a word in my name, which I have not commanded him to speak, or that shall speak in the name of other gods, even that prophet shall die.
Christian conspiracy theorist David Meade is the main expert suggesting the Rapture is due.
A planetary alignment of the moon, sun and Jupiter in Virgo will apparently trigger the deadly prophecy.
He said: "During this time frame, on April 23, 2018 the moon appears under the feet of the Constellation Virgo".
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Much of the Nibiru lore is based on a retelling of Sumerian mythology, but after each failure to signal the end of the world, the meaning and timing behind Nibiru's supposed doomsday keeps morphing. The Sun appears to precisely clothe Virgo ...
Meade has never been consistent with his predictions. 'Seven years of Tribulation will ensure. Meade's website also dwells on North Korea's nuclear program as a sign of the End Times. NASA describes Planet X as a "hypothetical Neptune-sized planet" orbiting our sun, but it unequivocally stated past year when Meade predicted the end of the world in September that this so-called death planet doesn't exist.
Meade believes the so-called "death planet", which some believe to be Planet X, also known as Nibiru, will also appear on April 23, although NASA has it doesn't actually exist. In the conspiracy view, NASA is hiding the existence of a rogue planet that is hurtling toward Earth, ready to spark all manner of tsunamis and earthquakes as it zings by. Lieder first floated the idea of Nibiru in the 1990s and predicted its passage by Earth in 2003.
A rogue planet moving through the solar system would be pretty obvious to astronomers, who can detect planets far beyond our home solar system by looking for the wobbles their passage causes in the stars they orbit.
However, other Christians are skeptical of Meade's claims. Meade also sells self-published books about his theories on Amazon.