With rumors swirling that September 23rd will see the world come to an end, one of the people often cited for the claim is trying to clear up confusion surrounding the prediction.
Despite believing that apocalyptic events are soon due to unfold, astronomer and author David Meade says that we are almost certainly going to survive this coming Saturday.
According to him, the celestial events occurring tomorrow, which many cite as evidence for the end of the world, are merely "time markers."
"The mainstream media states that something visible will occur on these dates," Meade laments, "I don't believe that."
On the contrary, Meade says that there will only be some kind of 'spiritual sign' on Saturday and points to October as the month in which we should worry as it will officially mark the literal 'beginning of the end.'
More on this bizarre story at the Coast to Coast AM website.