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Using Google translator, a section of conspiracy theorists has found a strange connection between dogs and doomsday. To find this mysterious connection, users should try to translate West African language 'Yoruba' into English.

In the source box, the user should enter the word 'dog' 18 times, and when it gets translated into English, the output will be, "Doomsday Clock is three minutes at twelve We are experiencing characters and a dramatic developments in the world, which indicate that we are increasingly approaching the end times and Jesus' return."

As the news has gone viral, conspiracy theorists have started claiming that 'God' is the anagram of 'Dog', and the Almighty is trying to convey apocalyptic messages using Google.

IB Times, too checked the authenticity of these claims, and interestingly, when the word 'dog' was typed in the box for 18 times, an apocalyptic warning message appeared in the translated screen. It should be also noted that no other languages apart from Yoruba brought this message to the screen.

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A video describing the strange technical glitch is now shared to YouTube by conspiracy theory channel 'UFOmania'. The clip which was uploaded a day back has already racked up 4700 views, and viewers were quick to speculate what it could be.

"A mystery a message or mischief that's a coin toss. I hope and pray it is a sign from Jesus Christ," commented James Parker, a YouTube user.

"I tested and it is the truth! I get this: Doomsday Clock is three minutes at twelve We are experiencing characters and dramatic developments in the world," commented Wolfsbane, another YouTuber.

A section of other conspiracy theorists claimed that it is Satan who plays with technology to show his signs, as God usually uses cosmic bodies to proclaim his presence. They even claim that apocalypse will be triggered by Satan in the world soon, and all the beings on planet earth will perish after the doomsday.

However, skeptics strongly disagreed with the apocalyptic connection and made it clear that this message might be the result of a mischief done by a Google employee.