Like the majority of f*cked up things in life, I only knew that the end of the world was scheduled for tomorrow, October 7th, 2015 because I was riding the New York City subway. Several older men slumped over and silent handed out pamphlets and held signs alerting pissed off New Yorkers about their fiery end. While people slipped by them annoyed, the men looked pretty scared… and not just from passing death threats (hello, rush hour).
Granted they also looked like they hadn’t gotten laid in years, so maybe that’s why they looked so frightened.
Anyway, based on past world ending predictions, we’re calling BS on this one too. But hey, let’s at least hear out their asinine logic (if you can call it that), shall we?
According to the Daily Mail,
Two influential ministers, Mark Blitz and John Hagee, had claimed in separate books, that the fourth lunar eclipse in just two years, known as a ‘tetrad’ would herald the end of days.
Their beliefs are based on a passage from the Bible that says: ‘The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before the great and the terrible day of the Lord comes.’
Fears were not helped by the fact that each of the four blood moons in this tetrad have fallen on April 14, 2014 (Passover), October 8, 2014 (Feast of the Tabernacle), April 4, 2015 (Passover) and September 28, the first day of this year’s Feast of the Tabernacle.
Umm… weird. We advise everyone to get completely obliterated just in case.