Attempting to predict the apocalypse is nothing new. However, one computer programmer now thinks she’s solved the riddle using a complex mathematical equation she claims to have derived from her Bible. Nora Roth is predicting the “end of the world,” and it might surprise you how soon she’s saying Earth will be destroyed.
Nora Roth, a computer programmer, says she has performed complex calculations, and she claims that they detail the second coming of Jesus Christ and the destruction of planet Earth. Known as a conspiracy theorist, Nora has been using her computer skills to aid her in calculating the “end of the Earth,” and she coincides this information with the second coming of Jesus Christ.
At the end of the world, “everlasting righteousness will be brought in” and Earth will be “left to rest” for a millennium, or 1000 years. Nora claims that the apocalypse will occur by the end of 2016. We don’t have much time left if she’s correct.
Nora’s calculations are based on an excerpt from the Bible’s Book of Daniel, which tells the story of the Jewish people’s forced relocation to Babylon. She said she used the “seventy sevens” to help her calculate the end of the world.
In the Biblical story, Gabriel says, “Seventy sevens are decreed […] to put an end to sin.” Nora feels that the “sevens” refer to a Jubilee cycle, which is a Biblical unit of time. The Bible says that the week should be comprised of seven days, with six days reserved for work and the seventh day of rest. Nora also stated that God “told the children of Israel to plant and to harvest their land for six years and then let the land rest the seventh year.”
Using the numerology found in the Bible in conjunction with her computer skills, Nora calculated the timing of the apocalypse. Nora said that the “70 Jubilees began in 1416 BC when God’s children entered Canaan. The 70 Jubilees will end 3,431 years later in 2016 AD.”
However, Nigel Watson, the author of the UFO Investigations Manual, says that Nora’s predictions have little, if any, evidence to them. Nigel said that “obscure numbers and codes are loved by fearmongers, 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. Using knowledge of past predictions, and the fact we are still here, I predict we shouldn’t worry about this latest revelation.”
Predictions for the end of the world and the apocalypse have been guessed since the beginning of time. Humans want to know when and how the end occurs, but maybe it’s best we don’t know. Is Nora Roth correct? Who knows. We’ll find out. If the world doesn’t end in the next three weeks, we’ll have our answer.
H/T [Daily Mail]