What Does David Meade Do? The Evangelical's Doomsday Theory Has Made Waves
There's a viral YouTube video gone promising that the end times are right around the corner, beginning on Sept. 23. That's when some astrological signs show up over Jerusalem and also 33 days after the recent solar eclipse. Evidently for some that spells out that the book of Revelation is finally here — these are the theories of David Meade, a self-published author who studies the Bible and astrology.
You can read all about his views in the book Planet X – The 2017 Arrival; it's even available for your Kindle on Amazon for just $3.99 (the paperback is nearly three times the price). It goes further than the YouTube video in explaining that there's a planet called Nibiru headed towards Earth that's going to cause all sorts of destruction, from fires to storms and a "worldwide earthquake moving every mountain and island via a pole shift." But a NASA scientist says the planet most definitely does not exist.
All that you can really find out about Meade is from his own website, where he's constantly hawking his theories about the end of days. The "About Me" section is just a sidebar that begins with the number of media publications that have interviewed him for stories related to his book and theory and a note that he "is available for Media telephone interviews. His data and sources are the most high-value information on the Internet."
It's true that he's on a tight calendar to spread the word. Here's what he he says about himself:
The "About the Author" on Amazon is a briefer version of the same thing, switching back and forth from third to first person. "David Meade has worked at a high level in the Government as well as with several Fortune 1000 Companies in Research," it begins.
Then comes the switch:
Meade has 13 titles currently published on Amazon that range a lot in topic. There's several that are tied to politics, and he seems to be a supporter of President Trump. One of his e-books is even entitled The Coup D'état Against President Donald J. Trump, and a whole section of his website is about Trump and conspiracies about the "deep state" targeting the president. Despite the concern about humanity's continued existence, Meade takes a chill view on politics:
There's very little else to go on if you're trying to learn more about Meade and why he might hold the views that he does, though now he might now actually be pushing back the date of the rapture.
So why not set your Google Calendar notification for both dates. Then you're really covered!