End of the world by tea-time! Transit of Mercury linked to Biblical Armageddon prophecy
SENSATIONAL claims have emerged linking today’s transit of Mercury to a Biblical prophecy of destruction.
The transit of Mercury this time around holds special significance
YouTube channel The Prophetico said the way in which the planets will align in conjunction with star constellations could mean the end is near.
The planet Mercury is set to pass in front of the Sun in line with Earth on May 9 in a natural phenomenon which occurs 13 times a century.
However, this time around could hold more significance as there is seemingly some spooky celestial behaviour.
The narrator begins by describing how May 6 marks the start of a new moon cycle, with it also being a super-moon – where the moon reaches its closest point in its orbit to Earth.
The moon is a crescent turning
The number three is significant here as according to BibleStudy.org it is related to sex sins in the Bible.
Furthermore, if one were viewing the event from Jerusalem, the Holy Land and birthplace of Christianity, then the positioning of the crescent moon in alignment with the Orion star constellation “turns Orion’s club into a mace”, the narrator claims.
The Prophetico goes on to say: “The moon itself has been turned into a sickle, so literally turning Orion’s club into a mace as he strikes the lion’s whelp along the cheek, during the transit [of Mercury]”.
Only Jupiter doesn’t fall into alignment
The only planet not falling into the pattern is Jupiter, and according to the narrator, “this is extremely prophetic looking.”
He states that while the event is taking place, Venus, the Sun, Mercury, Earth, Mars and Saturn are creating a crescent pattern, while, from Earth’s perspective, Jupiter sits in the constellation Leo – which in Biblical terms is the Lion of Judah.
The Prophetico warns that this could be a sign that this could be interpreted as the end times for humanity.
Jupiter sits in the constellation Leo – which in Biblical terms is the Lion of Judah
In Micah, chapters three through five, Micah asks God to take down the leaders who have “corrupted the people and lied to them”,according to schmoop.com.
The site goes on to say that Micah calls for destruction and “God’s reign to be established”.
The website summarises: “Judah will have to suffer in exile, although with the understanding that God will eventually thrash their enemies.
Some Christians believe that this refers to the birth of Christ and that “God will have his revenge on the nations that haven’t obeyed his laws.”