Red heifer
YouTube: The Temple Institute

Apocalypse fear has once again started looming the world after a red heifer was born in Israel. After the birth of the first red heifer in 2000 years, extreme Christian believers have started arguing that this is a strong sign of an imminent apocalypse, and they cite Biblical prophecies to substantiate their views.

Now, The Temple Institute, a religious organization based in Jerusalem is apparently researching more about the birth to figure out whether this event is a fulfillment of biblical prophecies.

As per the believers, the reference about the red heifer is mentioned in chapter 19 of the Bible. The chapter 19 details the words delivered by the God to Moses, where a red heifer should be burnt as a part of the cleansing ceremony. Christian believers argue that the red heifer should be sacrificed to construct a third temple in Jerusalem, and they claim that it could result in the Jesus' second coming and an imminent apocalypse.

Until now, red heifers have been found very less in number, and most of them have been found taking birth with defects and blemishes.

As the red heifer born around a month back is void of defects and blemishes, the Temple Institute strongly suggests that humans might be now going through the end times.

"One week after its birth the heifer underwent an extensive examination by rabbinical experts, who determined that the heifer is currently a viable candidate for the Biblical red heifer described in Numbers, chapter 19," says the Temple Institute in a recently uploaded YouTube video.

The Temple Institute will examine the heifer again after three months to determine whether it has developed any blemishes. If they find any blemishes in the heifer, then it would be disqualified from becoming the candidate which fulfill the Biblical prophecy.

"It will be examined again in three months time to determine whether it continues to possess the necessary qualifications for the red heifer, a necessary prerequisite for the renewal of the Divine service in the Holy Temple," added the Temple Institute.

In the meantime, a section of conspiracy theorists has started arguing that the world end will be triggered after the arrival of Nibiru, the alleged rogue planet which is lurking at the edge of our solar system. As per these theorists, the arrival of Nibiru will trigger natural disasters in all nooks of the globe, and finally, the world will end forever.