Doomsdayers Now Claim New Date For The Apocalypse Is January 1, 2017

Doomsdayers Now Claim New Date For The Apocalypse Is January 1, 2017
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In an effort to not look stupid for claiming the apocalypse would happen yesterday, Doomsdayers are now saying that the real date of the end of the world is January 1st, 2017.


This new date of the apocalypse comes according to the followers of The Sword of God Brotherhood.

They believe the “Prophet Gabriel” told the Brotherhood that the “dying time” will be New Year’s Day of 2017, and only members of the cult will survive, while everyone else perishes in “hellfire.”

Many people believed yesterday was the end of the world because it was the last day of the Mayan calendar.

It sounds like an excuse for people who don’t have anything going for them to have something to look forward to.

Stephen Willard | Elite.

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