The world was supposed to end on July 29, but we’re still here.
End Times Prophecies declared the world would end on July 29 in a chain of events caused by the “polar flip” phenomenon. CBS reports the group said the polar shift would trigger worldwide tremors setting off multiple earthquakes and a “rolling cloud” that would destroy the world.
A 17-minute Armageddon News video, posted July 9 on YouTube and viewed more than 6.3 million times, explains the end-of-the world theory, declaring:
The polar flip will make the stars race across the sky, and the vacuum from the reeling of the Earth will pull the atmosphere along the ground, trying to catch up, creating what is known as a rolling cloud.
The polar reversal is a routine global phenomenon that happens gradually as a result of shifting liquid iron in the Earth’s core, according to NASA. It’s a slow process, though NASA does indicate some of the most intense drifting will be June 14 to Aug. 19 this year.
The End Times Prophecies video promises that “the second coming of Jesus Christ” will occur at the same time as “a magnetic polar flip and catastrophic global earthquake.”
However, we are still here, the earth is not reeling, there is no catastrophic global earthquake, and Jesus Christ is nowhere to be found.