Undeterred by all the other false predictions of the exact date the world will end, conspiracy theorists claim the end of days will hit us on July 29
Britons still reeling about the economic and political chaos caused by Brexit will be glad to hear it’s not going ahead after all.
Unfortunately, the reason the UK will not be forced to endure a tearful farewell to our friends over the Channel is the APOCALYPSE - at least according to internet lunatics.
Undeterred by all the other false predictions of the exact date the world will end, conspiracy theorists claim the end of days will hit us on July 29.
Yes indeed, in just 16 days the earth’s magnetic poles will flip and an extremely angry Jesus Christ will return to force us all to watch endless re-runs of Entourage (or something equally horrible).
End Times Prophecies has released an online video that justify their bold claims with Bible verses.
And to sway non-believers they’ve made it look a bit like a news show and used a computer-generated female voice in a plucky attempt at professionalism.
Using crude computer graphics, the coming of Christ (a white guy on an even whiter flying horse) is shown. At one point his army is involved in a scrap with a huge column of tanks and he breathes fire on them.
It states: "This is Armageddon News. In this broadcast we’ll discuss the second coming of Jesus Christ, which occurs at the same time as a magnetic polar flip and catastrophic global earthquake.
"On the day which Jesus returns, there will be a polar reversal.
"Revelations 6:12 says, 'There was a violent earthquake, and the Sun became black like coarse black cloth, and the moon turned completely'.
"The stars fell down to the Earth, like ripe figs falling from the tree when a strong wind shakes it. Every mountain and island is moved from its place.
"The polar flip will make the stars race across the sky, and the vacuum created by the reeling of the Earth will pull the atmosphere along the ground, trying to catch up."