Just a few days after the devastating wildfire which claimed the lives of more than 82 people, Greece has witnessed another unexpected natural disaster when a strong flash flood disrupted the lives of people in Athens. Even though no one was hurt in the incident, many cars and motorbikes in the city were damaged. As flash floods hit the city with full fury, a section of conspiracy theorists has started claiming that it is the impact of the blood moon which triggers natural disasters on the planet.
As per extreme Christian believers, this unexpected flash flood is a direct message from God that the apocalypse is near. Earlier, renowned Christian televangelist Paul Begley has predicted that the July 27 blood moon will trigger chaos in all nooks of the globe. The televangelist added that the Hawaii earthquake on Friday which measured 5.3 in the Richter scale is the initial indication of an impending apocalypse.
Paul Begley strongly believes that the recent incidents on the earth have revealed that Biblical prophecies are fulfilled. Begley argues that the increased Yellowstone volcanic activities, the three-hour darkness in Russia, the heatwave in Britain, and the recent Hawaii earthquakes are all indications of the upcoming doomsday.
Paul Begley also believes that these current developments in the earth are just a small curtain raiser of the apocalyptic show, and he believes that more devastating events will happen before the second coming of Christ.
Social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter are already loaded with doomsday predictions, and many people believe that the lunar eclipse is an indication from God that rogue planet Nibiru is coming. As per these theorists, the world will witness the devastation of its lifetime, as Planet X will hit earth with its full fury.
However, experts have made it clear that there is nothing wrong with the July 27 blood moon. As per astronomers and space experts, lunar eclipse is a natural phenomenon and the red color of the moon is due to a phenomenon called Rayleigh scattering.