A couple of weeks ago, I finished reading “The Wormwood Prophecy” by Dr. Thomas Horn. In the book, he talks about the asteroid Apophis that is heading towards earth and will make a very near flyby on April 13, 2029. NASA‘s website says that it will be so close to the earth that it will “put some of our orbiting satellites in peril” and even be visible in the daytime sky.
Dr. Horn began investigating this asteroid in 2019 and his book is filled with interesting quotes from several scientists that believe that Apophis could possibly strike the earth with a potential risk to life on our planet. The asteroid is 370 meters across and weighs an estimated twenty million metric tons. It is traveling at 28,000 miles per hour and Dr. Horn states that it has “a mind-bending mass and potential inertia velocity encounter that most people cannot begin to fathom.”
Some scientists (including some that work at NASA) are of the mind that NASA is not telling the entire truth about this asteroid. Some are also concerned that their calculations are not accurate as they are not using the correct numerical quotient for pi. Unless the asteroid gets knocked out of its trajectory as it passes through the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, Apophis most certainly could constitute a significant risk to life on the earth.
Why am I sharing this information with you? I believe that it is important to be aware of and to do your own research. Dr. Horn believes that Apophis could possibly be the biblical asteroid Wormwood that strikes the earth and destroys one-third of the living creatures in the sea (Revelation 8:8). You can look up information about it on the NASA website and find what other scientists are saying about it on the internet. If you don’t want to do your own research then I would certainly recommend the book which has been thoroughly researched and annotated.
Just a cursory glance at the news informs us that we are living in interesting times. Many, myself included, believe we are living at the end of the age. We all have decisions to make about our lives and how we are living them. I would be remiss if I didn’t let you know what possibly may be coming upon the earth in 2029.