People Believe The World Is Going To End On September 23rd, Due To An Ancient Prophecy

Some people have become concerned—or excited—upon believing that the world will end on September 23, 2017.
We know, we know: it’s not the first time that end times have been erroneously prophesied—most recently with the 2012 Mayan calendar hysteria.
Nonetheless, an increasing number of people are eagerly anticipating and speculating about what they believe is the inevitable Biblical end of the world on September 23—less than a week away.
The theory, referred to as “Revelation 12 Sign”, centers around an alleged shifting of constellations which, based on some interpretations, seem to eerily match words from the Bible.
According to The Daily Mail:
“Proponents of the outlandish theory say the women mentioned in the prophecy represents the constellation Virgo, while the crown of stars represents Leo.
“The moon mentioned is considered to be under the ‘feet’ of Virgo and on September 23 the sun will be passing through the constellation – fulfilling the ‘clothed with the sun’ strand.”


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We are in the year 5777 (2017). 5 is the number of Grace and 777 is number of completion. September 23 is when a rare constellation appears.
The incident is believed to reflect the end times prophecy described in the Bible, specifically in John 14:1-3.
In the verse, Christians who lived sin-free lives will be lifted into the sky by Jesus, while sinners must stay on Earth and endure the apocalypse.
The entire end times prophecy is believed to occur in 2 parts, separated by a 7-year period of “tribulation” where the Antichrist will reign across the planet.
Additional verses are being cited to support the Armageddon theory.
In 1 Thessalonians 4:16-17, qualifying Christians are said to rise “into the clouds” by God.
Then, in 2 Peter 3:10, it reads, “But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night, in which the heavens will pass away with a great noise, and the elements will melt with fervent heat; both the earth and the works that are in it will be burned up.”
However, not all Christians accept the same doomsday interpretation, bringing into question its overall legitimacy.
Either way, we’ll find out on September 23, in the meantime, people’s reactions have been mixed:
So the world is suppose to end September 23 and I get paid on the 22nd. Debating if I should wild out on that check or play it safe 🤔
how the hell is the world ending in september 23 when the same astronomical event happened like, a century or centuries ago

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