When will the world end? This question has always worried humanity, but it was in 2020 that it became the number one issue. We can blame it all on the coronavirus pandemic, a passing meteorite, global warming, and other troubles that befell humanity. We are trying to figure out whether the end of the world will happen in 2020 and what threatens humanity.

1. The end of the world 2020 because of the planet parade

Leading ufologists predict the end of the world to take place in September 2020, which is related to the parade of the planets. Ufologists say that people already knew that in ancient times, since this phenomenon is very rare. At least four planets line up once in millions of years. Scientists disagree with ufologists since the gravitational effect of other planets on Earth is minimal and cannot cause global catastrophes.

2. The end of the world 2020 is the biblical Armageddon

In 1973, American astrologer Jeane Dixon predicted the mystical end of the world in 2020. “Armageddon will come in 2020, when the False Prophet, Satan and the Antichrist will rise up and battle man himself,” the astrologer wrote.

Dixon is credited with predicting the assassination of Kennedy and even the death of the Apollo 1 mission.

At the same time, she also had misfired. Thus, Jeane said that in 1967, humanity would defeat cancer, and the Third World War was supposed to begin in 1958. According to the Gospel of Matthew, even the Son of God does not know the date of his second coming and the end of the world: “But of that day and hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels of heaven, but my Father only.” (Matthew 24:36). Therefore, trusting the prophets of the biblical Apocalypse is certainly not worth it – they seem to use the “shot in the dark” tactics.

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3. The end of the world 2020 because of a virus

2020 gave us a new kind of prophets – pandemic prophets. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, demand and interest for pandemic prophets have skyrocketed. For instance, a book by psychic Sylvia Browne entitled End of Days: Predictions and Prophecies about the End of the World hit the second place in the Amazon ranking and is sold for hundreds of dollars.

“In around 2020 a severe pneumonia-like illness will spread throughout the globe, attacking the lungs and the bronchial tubes and resisting all known treatments,” the book reads. “Almost more baffling than the illness itself will be the fact that it will suddenly vanish as quickly as it arrived, attack again ten years later, and then disappear completely.”

In addition, the predictions of Nostradamus and Baba Vanga became popular again. The blind Bulgarian clairvoyant Vanga said: “In the year of the mirror the old disease will come to the earth “from the yellow” and take millions of lives.”

And Nostradamus said: “The great plague of the maritime city. Will not cease until there be avenged the death. Of the just blood, condemned for a price without crime. Of the great lady outraged by pretence.”

Of course, there were “experts” on the Internet, who interpreted all the incomprehensible moments: “the great lady outraged by pretence” is the former health minister of China Wu Yi, who organized the fight against SARS in 2003; the “blood, condemned for a price without crime” is about the murder of the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi or the persecution of the Uighurs accused of separatism.

4. The end of the world on April 29, 2020, because of a meteorite

In April 2020, the threat of the April 29 meteorite was actively discussed on the Internet. The cunning media took advantage of what NASA called a “potentially dangerous meteorite” and decided to hype on this topic. In fact, all objects crossing the Earth's orbit are called so.

5. The beginning of the end of the world 2020 according to the UN

The Secretary-General of the United Nations believes that people themselves are involved in the approaching end of the world. The world is approaching the point of no return. And the four horsemen of the Apocalypse are a climate crisis, information war, geopolitical tensions, and technological progress. Oddly enough, technological progress is not a blessing at all due to the fact that technologies develop faster than people can comprehend the achievements of progress.