The End of the Earth, September 23rd, 2017
According to Christians and conspiracy theorists, Planet X will pass Earth on 23rd September, 2017, invoking The Rapture.
Planet X is to be a highly controversial object that is lurking on the edge of our solar system. The scientists say that it is heading inwards.
It is claimed by conspiracy theorists that Planet X will cause the apocalypse on Earth, wiping out most of the population.
Having analyzed the Biblical texts and astronomical signs, these theorists believe that the end of the Earth will begin in 2017 in the month of September with the arrival of Planet X.
Revelation 12:1 says: “A great sign appeared in heaven; a woman clothed with the sun with the moon under her feet and a crown of 12 stars on her head.”
“And being with child, she cried out in her travail and was in anguish of delivery.”
Bob Meade, a Christian researcher, declares that it is proof enough that the end is near. He says: “The great sign of The Woman as described in revelation 12:1-2 forms and lasts for only a few hours. According to computer generated astronomical models, this sign has never before occurred in human history.”
“It will occur once on September 23, 2017. It will never occur again. When it occurs, it places the Earth immediately before the time of the Sixth Seal of Revelation."
There are several other theorists who have their own almost similar claims. It is true that Planet X is coming closer, but how it is going to impact our earth is merely guesswork at present. Keep waiting for the supposed end.
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A Thrifty Bride
Yvonne Gorman reached her wedding venue by bus with her father, family members, and her bridesmaids. Each member of the wedding party paid £2 for the 10-minute ride to the Derby venue.
This unusual journey was made in December, 2016, by 34-year-old bride, Yvonne Gorman, and her family members. The passengers on the bus were obviously stunned to see the wedding party jump on the bus for the ride to reach the wedding venue.
The wedding party reached the entrance to the council house chambers where 31-year-old bride, Jim Lease, waited for them.
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16th Century Groom with Wolf-like Hair
He had never seen the woman he was going to marry, but he was more worried because he suffered from a rare condition that meant he was covered from head to foot in thick hair.
Petrus Gonsalvus, the groom, was waiting at the alter for his beautiful bride, Catherine.
She must have been shocked to see her groom, because she found herself staring into the face of what she viewed as a beast – a monster, a freak of nature, the mythical Wildman said to eat babies alive.
The bride somehow managed to control her terror and married this ugly “creature”, covered from head to toe in wolf-like hair.
This real couple later inspired "Beauty and the Beast."
It is quite noticeable and admirable that Catherine saw past the exterior and fell in love with the brave man blighted by a cruel and misunderstood illness. They had seven children and lived happily ever after for 45 years.
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