Apocalypse nope – life on Earth survives magnetic 'doomsday'

29 July 2016 - 17:42 By Nomahlubi Jordaan


An earthquake caused by “a magnetic polar flip” that was to end life on Earth has failed to materialise. Doomsday believers had predicted that the world would come to an end on July 29 2016 but‚ as is evident‚ life carried on as normal.“On the day Jesus Christ returns there will be a polar reversal. The Earth will crack and shatter and split open‚” according to a video from Armageddon News titled: “Why the world will end surely on 29 July 2016” and posted on YouTube.“The world is weighed down by its sins. The Earth will stagger like a drunk … it will collapse and never rise again.”The producers of the video claim “a magnetic polar flip” will be responsible for the destruction of the planet.The voice of the woman quotes the Bible to back up the claim of the Earth’s annihilation.

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