After previous claims that a so-called Planet X might collide with the Earth in September and wipe everything out, a conspiracy theorist is now laying claims that the Great Pyramid of Giza also contains indications that … things might just wrap up next month!
The Great Pyramid of Giza is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and its mystery has baffled people for a long time. Now, an amateur stargazer and Christian numerologist, David Meade, claims to have “decoded” the Great Pyramid and found a “date marker” showing that the world will end next month, the Daily Star reported.
Meade had said earlier that Planet X, also called Nibiru, would appear in the skies on September 23 and collide with the Earth. Planet X is a hypothesized planet on the edge of our solar system, and it is not marked on the astrological map. The Babylonians and Sumerians apparently talked of the giant Nibiru, which completes its orbit of the sun every 3,600 years.
Hold your horses, so what does NASA have to say about this so-called Nibiru or Planet X?
The possibility of a new planet is certainly an exciting one for me as a planetary scientist and for all of us,” said Jim Green, director of NASA’s Planetary Science Division. “This is not, however, the detection or discovery of a new planet. It’s too early to say with certainty there’s a so-called Planet X.
Alright, it seems NASA isn’t on the same page. Well, back to Meade. He’s now claiming that the position of the Great Pyramid indicates the same date as his earlier prophecy, September 23.
“It is very strange indeed that both the Great Sign of Revelation 12 and the Great Pyramid of Giza both point us to one precise moment in time—September 20 to 23, 2017. Is this the end of the Church Age and the transition to the Day of the Lord? There couldn’t be two greater witnesses,” he said.
He added that the structure is the “most accurately aligned structure in existence.”
“It faces true north with only 3/60th of a degree of error and is located at the center of the land mass of the Earth. The east/west parallel that crosses the most land and the north/south meridian that crosses the most land intersect in two places on the Earth—one in the ocean and the other at the Great Pyramid,” he explained.
Meade also found two passages in the Great Pyramid: the Descending Passage and Ascending Passage. These two tunnels set at precise angles, will end up pointing to the star Regulus, known as the “king,” in the constellation Leo, and Jupiter, known as the “Planet of the Messiah,” after September 20.
So let’s review the facts: it was built five millennia ago, by someone who possessed a supernaturally high level of knowledge. We’ve never found bodies, treasures or hieroglyphics in the Pyramid. It’s a date marker to this fall [autumn]—2017. Why would someone over 5,000 years ago build such a structure with perhaps only one purpose—to lead us to a date this year and this fall?” he questioned.
Whilst there’s been a whole host of end-of-world prophecies, including the big one in 2012 that got everyone talking, the Earth has kept up its rotation, and human society is still in operation.
“The Maya calendar did not end on Dec. 21, 2012, and there were no Maya prophecies foretelling the end of the world on that date,” said Dr. John Carlson, director of the Center for Archaeoastronomy.
However, whether or not the Maya prophecy was misunderstood or was just out of place, it’d be interesting to see how this Egyptian revelation fares. After all, it’s not just the Pyramid of Giza that Mr. Meade has brought to light.
“Earthquakes have dramatically increased both in number and intensity,” said Mr. Meade. “Sinkholes and cracks are appearing in the earth’s crust. Heatwaves are getting stronger and are lasting longer.”
However, many people are just understandably confused. One Facebook user wrote: “The world was supposed to end in 1999, 2000, 2001, 2012. Now the claim is 2017. I’m getting very disappointed here. How can I plan for my future, or lack thereof, if they can’t get it right?”
Well, with all this talk, what is one supposed to think? Perhaps, by the end of the day—no pun intended—isn’t it best to just cherish life, be a good person, and love one another?