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Doomsday believers are clearing out shops ready for the end on September 28

2015-09-16 20:39:53

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In case you haven't noticed, a lot of people on the internet believe that the world is going to end this month – on the 28th.

In Utah, lots of Mormons are convinced the end is nigh – so much so that shops selling freeze-dried foods say business has rocketed.

‘There is a sense of urgency, like something is up. A lot of people are mentioning things about September, like a financial collapse,’ customer-service representative Ricardo Aranda told the outlet.

Other shops say that Mormons are buying up food, ready for the ‘blood moon’ to bring about global collapse – with some Mormons claiming that the jittery stock market is a sign of THE END.

Fears have been stoked by books written by a Mormon writer, Julie Rowe, ‘Greater Tomorrow: My Journey Beyond the Veil’ and ‘The Time Is Now’ – which talk about the end times.

No serious scientists believe that the world actually will end this month, just to reassure you.

Various self-styled authorities believe that the world is slated to end on September 28 next month – caused either by an asteroid, the Large Hadron Collider, or a REALLY ANGRY version of Jesus, to tie in with the Blood Moon Prophecy.

NASA has already debunked all this nonsense, saying that there is ‘There is no scientific basis – not one shred of evidence – that an asteroid or any other celestial object will impact Earth on those dates.’

Source: metro.co.uk

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