Bad news everyone, the apocalypse is coming this year and we’re all doomed. Apparently December this year will see God return to earth to judge humanity.
In his 2013 book “End Times and 2019: The End of the Mayan Calendar and the Countdown to Judgment Day”, author David Montaigne says that there’s plentiful evidence to suggest that this year is the last for humans.
It’s all about the stars, apparently. In ancient visions biblical writers and races like the Maya all described a particular alignment of the stars and using computer models we can see that this will happen in December this year.
On his website Montaigne says that a seven day period, starting on December 21 and ending on December 28, will mark the end of humanity.
December 21, 2019 – When the Seven Years end and the week of the Heavenly Wedding begins.
The final judgement will see the Earth’s poles switch – he’s written another book about that – and a new world will be born.
Montaigne has previously predicted that the anti-Christ would come to Earth on June 6, 2016 and has previously claimed that President Barack Obama was Lucifer.
And Montaigne isn’t the first person to claim that races like the Maya foresaw the end of days. Ronald Weinland claims that the world will end on June 9 this year.
Sadly some people have stopped listening to Weinland so intently after his predictions of Armageddon in 2011, 2012, and 2013 failed to come to fruition.
Grigori Rasputin, the Russian mystic who died in 1916 claimed Jesus would return to Earth on August 23 2013. That also appears not to have been accurate.
And all of these predictions about God’s second coming also seem to impose a very linear existence on the creator. Why, after all, would a being who sits outside of our concept of time pick a specific date to snuff out human life on Earth?
So what does actual science have to say about the end of humanity?
Well, we know that the Sun will grow hotter toward the end of its life and eventually expand, consuming the inner planets. That could be as soon as 1 billion years away but a maximum of 5 billion years hence.
There’s also a good chance that human life could be wiped out by a very large volcano explosion. Such volcanic activity is said to happen roughly ever 50,000 years.
Or the more likely possibility is that humans will invent some kind of ghastly superweapon using nano technology that will kill us all. Looking at the state of the world right now, it certainly feels like people will be their architects of their own doom.