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Renowned Jewish scholar Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky has claimed that a savior, in his language, 'Messiah' was born on planet earth this Saturday. The scholar also revealed that the world is on the verge of the Messianic Age, Daily Star reports.

As per the scholar, Jewish festival Tisha B'Av was celebrated on Saturday, and as per ancient texts, Messiah has taken birth on this auspicious day. People who believe in Jewish ideologies celebrates the day by fasting to commemorate various disasters in the history.

Kanievsky said the current status of the world is indicating that the prophecies are turning true, and the signs of redemption have started to appear.

"This generation displays absolute hatred for those who learn the Bible, especially in recent years. We are seeing all of the conditions described in the Talmud appear before us. It is for this reason that we anticipate the appearance of the Messiah at any moment, God-willing," said Kanievsky.

Kanievsky argued that Messiah has been living in the world for ages, and he actually lives among humans. As per the Jewish philosopher, Messiah usually passes from one body to another in each generation.

As the claims of Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky went viral, many extreme believers argue that the upcoming blood moon on July 27, 2018, is a strong sign of an imminent apocalypse. In the meantime, conspiracy theorists have also joined the party claiming that alleged killer planet Nibiru will appear in the skies soon, triggering natural disasters in all nooks of the globe.

People who believe in the Nibiru apocalypse theory argue that the increase in the number of natural disasters is due to the gravitational force exerted by Planet X on earth.

Previously, self-proclaimed doomsday predictor David Meade has claimed that the arrival of Nibiru will trigger a seven-year tribulation period on the planet. As per Meade, this seven-year period will be so devastating in nature, and after that, the world will go through thousand years of peace. Meade believes that after this thousand years, the world will end forever.