|End Times Prophecies YouTube|
Earlier, the same YouTube channel marked July 29, 2016 as the end of the world. Now, the same video has been updated with a new title claiming the end of the world to occur on October 31, 2016.
It claims that the second coming of Jesus Christ will occur at the same time as the magnetic polar flip in a matter of minutes, which will cause a catastrophic global earthquake. This YouTube video has now attracted more than 6.8 million views as of September 17, 2016.
The YouTube video argues, "the recorded prophecies tell the history of mankind from the days of the great Babylonian Empire. All the evidence tells us that the end of the world ,end of days and the end of time on 31 October 2016."
It added that the Earth will stagger like a drunk and will sway like a hut in a storm. This will happen because the planet is already weighed down by its sins, and it will collapse and never rise again.
"End Times Prophecies" has posted several false doomsday prediction for this year including that an asteroid would hit Earth on May 6, then July 29. It didn't happen.
This year Pastor Ricardo Salazar, from the Global Church of the King of Israel, in Tokyo, Japan, had also predicted a major disaster on May 16, 2016. But it never happened.