TODAY'S BIG THREAT
2017 PROPHECY: Christians warn Pan-American solar eclipse to unleash biblical APOCALYPSE
AMERICA and Europe will be plunged into darkness by a solar eclipse in 2017 - and then the world will end - according to a group of fundamentalist Christians.
Sep 6, 2016
Hardcore Christian group predicts the end of the world in 2017
The apocalypse has been predicted next year by doomsayers from Christian website Unsealed.
The solar event will spread across America on August 21 next year - Crossing 12 US states.
Western Europe, including the UK, Ireland, France and Spain will then experience a partial eclipse.
It will be the first total eclipse to travel from one coast of America to the other, across 12 states, for almost a century.
Unsealed has said this event will be the beginning on the end.
The eclipse will leave the USA in darkness before Europe
The Christians are quoting the Bible as their main source of proof.
Scripture from the Book of Revelation supports its theory, according to Unsealed.
The conspiracy theorists have pointed to passages from The Book of Revelation to support their predictions.
They have highlighted passages describing a woman clothed in the sun, with the moon at her feet.
Scripture says the woman will be hunted by a Satanic seven-headed dragon looking to eat her unborn child.
It is said the child will be born and taken unto god, before an army of angels defeats the dragon.
Conspiracy theorists have also pointed to the birth of Israel as a state, which began in 1947, to support the theory.
They give significance to mention of this in accounts of the end of the world and say that next year will mark a biblical generation – 70 years – since it happened.
Unsealed also highlights predictions of twelfth-century Rabbi Judah Ben Samuel, who reportedly said the end of the world would come in 2017.
But, the doomsayers do hint at some uncertainty in their predictions as they've also said that scripture warns "no one knows" the hour of the apocalypse.
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