A Snow Moon, the approaching of a comet and a lunar eclipse are all anticipated for February 10.
The Snow Moon, which is the full moon of February, will coincide with the passing by of Comet 45P and a lunar eclipse – where the moon will become completely immersed in the Earth’s shadow.
While there is nothing significant about the three events other than being celestial spectacles, when they come together they are signs of the end, according to Christians.
Christian pastor and prominent YouTube Paul Begley has urged his followers stay vigilant in the coming days as he begins to fear, or maybe praise, the second coming of Christ.
He begins his latest video, titled “3 Apocalyptic Signs In The Heavens On February 10”, by pointing his viewers to the Gospel of Luke.
Luke 21:25-26 reads: “And there shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars; and upon the Earth distress of nations, with perplexity; the sea and the waves roaring; Men’s hearts failing them for fear, and looking after those things which are coming on the Earth; for the powers of heaven shall be shaken.”
Pastor Begley warns: “On the evening of February 10, there is going to be three major events in the heavens. Three signs of the apocalypse.”
He goes on to say: “Are you ready to meet the Lord?”
Mr Begley says the full moon increases the chance of earthquakes while also highlighting the recent strong solar winds that have been ploughing Earth in recent times as cause for concern.
The Indiana-born Christian then warns: “We’re in the last days.”
Some of Pastor Begley’s followers were in support of his comments, while others recognised that this is not the first time that he has predicted the apocalypse.
One commenter wrote beneath his video: “Because we are so blind to one sign at a time. The father the son and the Holy Spirit has decided that 3 is the number”.
However, as one correctly pointed out: “These are not signs of Jesus return. We have lunar eclipses often. We have a snow moon every February. This comet comes around every five years. A great event to see but not signs of the end of the world.”