A number of people have recently been startled after a conspiracy theorist has claimed that Jesus' 2nd coming to Earth will allegedly happen this month. Nora Roth, a Christian computer programmer said that Jesus will be guiding his people to heaven and leaving the planet totally deserted for 1,000 years. She reveals that she has been performing complex calculations which suggest the apocalypse will occur by the end of 2016. Reports has also been revealed showing that this theory has gained a lot of attention from Christians and non-Christians alike.
Roth And Her Proposition, How Accurate Can They Be?
According to Inquisitr, instead of referring to Jesus' advice in a biblical passage which states that no one knows when Christ when will return to Earth, Roth has perhaps turned to the Book of Daniel in order to try and analyze when Jesus might come back to the world. And consequently, Roth had come up with 2016 as a date for Christ's return. It was found that Roth's website points to the Daniel 9:24 verse that speaks of "seventy 'sevens'" in order to come up with Nora's complex calculation of years of sin that will end with Christ taking his followers to heaven.
However, in one of his statements revealed by the Daily Mail, author of the UFO Investigations Manual, Nigel Watson believes that the predictions have little evidence to them. Mr. Watson said that these uncertain numbers and codes are loved by those who are fear mongering, and by using them to predict the end of the world, they show they have an insight into the mind of God and/or the workings of the Universe.
On the other hand, it was found that this has not been the first claim that the world will end in 2016 due to the second coming of Jesus. A YouTube video which was posted last July has claimed that a magnetic polar flip would trigger a worldwide earthquake and a 'rolling cloud' that would ultimately destroy the world. But since July has already passed, can we therefore say that we are still lucky not to experience the previous claims?