What Will Happen on September 23, 2017?

For years there has been what we would call “fear mongers” or “Date Setters”. Those, doomsday lovers who continually set dates for the end of the world and who aren’t happy unless there is some impending doom somewhere. Everyone remembers Harold Camping who has said the world was going to end on two different occasions. Spreading his theory to 5,000 billboards and 20 RVs plastered with the Judgment Day message. His dates were May 21, 2011 and October 21, 2011.

Camping was so convinced the world was going to end on each specific date that he began hosting the Open Forum program, which was broadcast in 30 languages online and on a network of more than 140 domestic and international radio stations owned by Family Stations. After his billboards warning of pending doom popped up across the country in 2010 and 2011, Christian leaders from across the spectrum widely dismissed his prophecies while atheists and others poked fun at his predictions. Some also criticized Camping's use of millions of dollars in followers' donations to advertise Judgment Day. However misguided he was, he really believed it in his heart it was going to happen and he felt as though he was doing God’s work by letting people know so I do believe were his intensions were sincere because unless you were a politician, NASA or the government, no one in their right mind would use millions of dollars to deliberately mislead the public.

But now, the world is seeing the bible prophecy is the heavens just as the Bible declared. September 23, 2017 heralds great significance in the world as far as Bible prophecy in more ways than one and I have been researching this information to bring you the most absolute facts that I can. For many who know me, know that I track and research everything. I am not one of those date setters because no one knows the time or day of the return of our Lord Jesus Christ but the bible does say you will know the season in which I, among others believe we are now currently in. I will just present the facts showing the season we are in and the rest is up to the Lord. As to whether you believe it or not… it doesn’t matter because that doesn’t make facts any less true or nonexistent.

Now, the big question on everyone's mind these days is what is going to happen on September 23rd of 2017. With the plantetary system lining up according to Revelation 12 it has everyone turning to the scriptures, prophecies, the sky and the latest news looking for any information they can get to find out whether or not.... WE'RE ALL GONNA DIE!!

What makes this different from all the other doomstay scenarios that has floated around for some time is that it lines up with the infallible Word of God and that has everyone including the greatest minds scratching their heads trying to find out what exactly is going to happen. It goes beyond the lining of the stars. This is also in line with the Jewish holidays. Rosh Hashanah ends the evening of the 22nd, where the Jewish New year turns from 5777 to 5778. The rare eclipse going across the globe, the fall equinox, Planet X's close approach bringing its own solor system which includes Nibiru and debris with it and Much more happening all at the same time.

I have seen all over where people are saying that astronomy is bad where the truth is, it’s astrology you have to watch out for, otherwise God would not have directed us to watch the “Signs in the heaven’s” . Now, you have to know the difference between astronomy and astrology.


Astronomy
as•tron•o•my
/'strän/me
noun: astronomy
The branch of science that deals with celestial planets, stars, objects, space, constellations and the physical universe as a whole.


Astrology
as•trol•o•gy
/'sträl/je
noun: astrology; noun: natural astrology; noun: judicial astrology

The study of the movements and relative positions of celestial bodies interpreted as having an influence on human affairs, predictions of future events and of the natural world based on planetary positions and/or solar alignments with the date and time of the persons birth.

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par·a·noid


/'per noid/
adjective
adjective: paranoid

1.
of, characterized by, or suffering from the mental condition of paranoia.
"paranoid schizophrenia"
unreasonably or obsessively anxious, suspicious, or mistrustful.
"you think I'm paranoid but I tell you there is something going on"
synonyms: oversuspicious, paranoiac, suspicious, mistrustful, fearful, insecure
"all the layoffs in my department have made me paranoid"

noun
noun: paranoid; plural noun: paranoids

1.
a person who is paranoid.

*Origin*

The word paranoia comes from the Greek (paranoia), "madness", and that from (para), "beside, by" and (noos), "mind". The term was used to describe a mental illness in which a delusional belief is the sole or most prominent feature. In this definition, the belief does not have to be persecutory to be classified as paranoid, so any number of delusional beliefs can be classified as paranoia.[citation needed] For example, a person who has the sole delusional belief that he is an important religious figure would be classified by Kraepelin as having 'pure paranoia'.

According to Michael Phelan, Padraig Wright, and Julian Stern (2000), Paranoia and paraphrenia are debated entities that were detached from dementia praecox by Kraepelin, who explained paranoia as a continuous systematized delusion arising much later in life with no presence of either hallucinations or a deteriorating course, paraphrenia as an identical syndrome to paranoia but with hallucinations.

Even at the present time, a delusion need not be suspicious or fearful to be classified as paranoid.

A person might be diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia without delusions of persecution, simply because their delusions refer mainly to themselves.