David Meade: The Now RICH Religious End Of World Hoaxer

Yet AGAIN the world is supposed to end according to a Bible prophecy that claims a sign in the heavens on September 23 will signal the start of The Rapture – and Religious fanatic appears to be cashing in on the impending Apocalypse!

On the 23rd September 2017 it has been claimed the Planet X or Nibiru will become visible in the skies before it passes Planet Earth, causing death and destruction as the gravitation force knocks us of our polar axis – and YES we have been here numerous times before!

Yes, there is most definitely nothing new about end of the world Biblical prophecies or claims of the arrival of Nibiru, and previous dates have come and gone without a single event happening on the given day of the supposed apocalypse!

Run for the hills, it’s Nibiru AKA Planet X

So who is claiming September 23 could signal the END OF THE WORLD??

Apparently some Christian theories indicate that an astrological constellation on September 23 matching Revelation 12:1–2, which will signal the start of the Rapture and second coming of Christ. But like most things it all depend in which context the readings are read:

The passage 12:1–2 reads:

“And a great sign appeared in heaven: a woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet, and on her head a crown of 12 stars. She was pregnant and was crying out in birth pains and the agony of giving birth.”

People who have been absorbed in all of this, claim that the woman in question is actually Virgo, and on September 23, the sun and moon will be in Virgo, as will Jupiter, now being said to represent the Messiah in all his glory!

And then we move onto the strange ‘fear mongering’ Christian fundamentalist and Nibiru conspiracy theorist that is David Meade, who has has decided to stitch the Bible prophecy together with Planet X.

Dave describes himself as a Christian numerologist, and earlier this year, he coincidentally released the book – Planet X – The 2017 Arrival, which claimed Nibiru would appear from September 23, to coincide with the “heavenly sign.” So all of this has tied in nicely for him to promote his science fiction book!

The world is ending – Please buy my book! David Meade

Good old Dave claims that the astrological sign is actually to announce the “coming of Nibiru which will cause the apocalypse before The Rapture”.

So who is Dave? :/

David Meade has self published about 13 books that are available through Amazon and on his website – please check our amazon section  if you wish to purchase one of his conspiracy novels!

Most of his books cover topics including about three on Planet X, and others on solar storms, Donald Trump, the Clintons, and Hitler escaping to Argentina (at least the later appear fictional reads!).

According to Daves personal website, he apparently studied astronomy and economics, at University of Louisville, in Kentucky, in the US, where he originates from.

His profile states:

“After graduation, he worked in forensic investigations for a number of years. 

“The last 10 years he has spent with Fortune 1000 Companies, writing special reports for management. 

“He is a specialist in research and investigations. 

His personal interests include relating science and the Bible, apparently:

“He believes Planet X is a perfect marriage of the two.”

Mr Meade is also a guest writer for website Planetxnews.com, which pushes the Nibiru theory.

But here is the golden ticket itself people – on his personal Amazon web page he has gone on to claim (yes this is true!) “people can survive the pass of Planet X if they buy his latest book about the “2017 arrival.” – Basically it’s a MUST READ 🙂

It states:

“It will enable you to live through what is about to happen, and not even bat an eye. 

“I take the smallest details and wrap them up into the big picture, the End Game.”

You too can survive the coming apocalypse if you buy Dave’s book – Image from ‘Fallout’ video game.

Ed Stetzer, a pastor and executive director of Wheaton College’s Billy Graham Center, has denied the existence of legitimate “Christian numerologists.”

He wrote:

“Sure, the writers of Scripture do, indeed, use numbers to point to a few things—that’s first-year seminary. 

“But, it stops at first-year seminary because there are not secret numerical codes that require a profession called ‘Christian numerology.'”

Mr Stetzer said seminaries do not offer a formal degree in the subject and Mr Meade “doesn’t have any formal, academic training in numerology.” Slightly putting a bit of a dampener on Mr Meade’s personal claims!

He said:

“Furthermore, Mr Meade doesn’t provide us with evidence of any biblical training he has received in order to speak authoritatively about the end times. 

“He is discussing biblical matters of profound significance and making predictions about events of global importance without any real authority on these topics.”

So all in all it ‘appears’ that Mr Meade is nothing but a fake and has no right to making such wild claims.  In fact it has been suggested in the media that Mr Meade has been trying to cash in on people’s fears! But, if you buy his book and read it quickly you too could be one of the few thousands that purchased his book!

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