End of the world: Apocalypse imminent on Friday 13, preacher claims

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The moon will almost perfectly line up with the sun on Friday 13 July, creating a partial-lunar eclipse – but it will only be visible to a select few. 

The shadow will mostly fall over the open ocean waters that lie between Australia and Antarctica.

But two weeks later, a full lunar eclipse is due during the night of July 27, causing refracted sunlight to paint the full moon in a deep-red glow.

And conspiracy theorist Paul Begley believes these two events are a sign the end of the world is coming. 


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WARNING: Christian pastor Paul Begley believes tomorrow will kick off the event


“Sacrifices of humans will take place on Earth”


Paul Begley

He said: “This is a sign of the end of times.

“The solar eclipse will fall over Tasmania and you’ve heard of the Tasmanian devil – well the demon forces will be out tomorrow. 

“It’s a very high satanic ritual day and Satan wants to get in on the act [doomsday].

“Sacrifices of humans will take place on Earth.

“God is showing the signs and Satan will try to hijack the power on Friday 13.”

But the apocalyptic predictor has claimed the Blood Moon is a much more ominous event.

He previously revealed: “July 27 is not the end of the world but it is a sign of the end times because you already are in the end times.

“There are way too many prophecies in play here, so that’s a fact. We’re in the end times.

“The Blood Moon is definitely a prophetic sign.”

Christian conspiracists believe the Blood Moon was foretold by the Bible in the Book of Revelation, the Book of Joel and the Book of Acts.

The three Biblical readings speak of the moon turning blood-red as a sign of the end times fast approaching.

Joel 2:31 reads: “The sun shall be turned into darkness and the moon into blood, before the great and terrible day of the lord come.”

The Blood Moon occurs naturally twice a year but Mr Begley thinks that a series of coinciding events and anniversaries are too important to dismiss.

A similar conspiracy was popularised in 2014 by American pastors Mark Biltz and John Hagee.

The duo claimed that four consecutive Blood Moons between April 15, 2014, and September 28, 2015, were proof of a Biblical prophecy. 



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