Is September 23rd the big day? Great Pyramid of Giza 'decoded'
One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, The Great Pyramid of Giza has remained a perplexing anomaly on the earth's surface and throughout history.
David Meade, a self-dubbed Christian numerologist, claims to have discovered a hidden code within Giza, this Great Pyramid, which indicates the potential that the world will end in September 2017.
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Giza may just as well be a symbol of a new age of some kind rather than a precise map that indicates a date, place, time, or any combination of those, as to the happenings of this (allegedly) imminent collision.
Yes, that's right: a collision. Planet X, the planet that is hypothesized to be on the edge of the solar system, and also called Nibiru, was known to the Babylonians and Sumerians from those time periods as well.
Nibiru completes its orbit of the sun every 3,600 years, according to their calculations. Its next completion falls on September 23, 2017, which is also the date shown within Giza's code.
The Book of Revelation 12 and Giza both attest to the significance of this time between September 20 to September 23, 2017. Meade argues that it might also be a marker for the end of the Church Age and the introduction to the Messianic Era, the Day of the Lord.
Meade continues further, "So let's review the facts: it was built five millennia ago, by someone who possessed a supernaturally high level of knowledge. We've never found bodies, treasures or hieroglyphics in the Pyramid. It's a date marker to this fall [autumn] -- 2017. Why would someone over 5,000 years ago build such a structure with perhaps only one purpose--to lead us to a date this year and this fall?"
It hardly seems coincidental that the long-standing testaments of structure and Scripture alike would convey such precision, thus, why it's hard not to draw conclusions and make predictions about the future of this planet in the vast scheme of infinite cosmic activity.
Jim Green, director of NASA's Planetary Science Division, is not quite convinced, though.
"The possibility of a new planet is certainly an exciting one for me as a planetary scientist and for all of us, "he comments. "This is not, however, the detection or discovery of a new planet. It's too early to say with certainty there's a so-called Planet X."
There is one thing for certain, that the earth has continued in rotation, despite the assured claims of other past end-of-the-world dates and predictions.
Arguably, the increasing number of earthquakes, sinkholes, and other natural disasters (some, outright anomalies) are all seeming less like isolated incidences.
Nevertheless, this revelation proves understandably gripping, judging by what remains of ancient Egyptian artifacts and culture, and by what can be interpreted from it.