Although we may have survived all of the Doomsday and apocalypse predictions for 2021, the conspiracy will not stop in 2022.
Conspiracy theorists sometimes use ancient texts, such as the Mayan Calendar, or predictions made 16th-century French astrologer Nostradamus, to support wild theories.
Some believe Nostradamus foresaw the future through his book “Les Propheties”, written in 1555.
His poetic text foretells the devastation that will be caused by asteroids, global heating, and even technology takeover.
These aren’t the things that have caused Doomsday but conspiracy theorists use them often as “proof” of coming doom.
Artificial intelligence is taking over
Nostradamus wrote: “The Moon in the full night over the high mountain/ The new sage with a lone brain sees it/ By his disciples invited to be immortal/ Eyes to the south/ Hands in bosoms, bodies in the fire.”
Some people believe this could refer to robots that are built by us.
With Elon Musk’s Tesla Bots due to launch in 2018, some are drawing parallels between this Doomsday prediction, and the AI humanoid robots.
A conspiracy theorist shared recently a link to a Tesla Bot article on Twitter and wrote: “Looks like some of the Nostradamus predictions might come true.”
Nostradamus also predicted an increase in world temperatures that would lead to fish. “half cook”In the sea.
This is why you might see the name of an astronomer mentioned in articles about warming sea temperature.
He also predicted flooding, drought, and wildfires.
Nasa has always had its eyes on ‘close-approach’ asteroids, but none are expected to hit Earth by 2022.
Nostradamus foresaw mass death from an asteroid strike in the future.
It is not clear when he believed this would happen.
The Mayan Calendar cannot be ignored when it comes to Doomsday conspiracies theories.
Each year around December 21 there seems to be a mention about the end of this world, due to the Mayan Calendar expiring on that date.
After claims the world would end on December 21, 2012 – when the Mayan calendar ran out – came to nothing, conspiracy nuts now say the date was miscalculated.
2020 was filled by claims that the Mayans believed that our world would end eight years later on December 21st.
There was speculation that the Mayans made an error in noting down the end date.
Will the world end in 2022 or not?
We don’t appear to be on the right track for Doomsday 2022, although no one can know for certain.
These conspiracy theories and predictions that you see in the year are only theories. You should take them with a grain of salt.
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