The Latest Predictions from India Soothsayer: Doomsday Postponed to August 10

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The India soothsayer, who had failed to predict that the world would end on June 29, 2024, again issued a strange statement, that apparently the end of the world had been postponed to August 10. This India fortune teller named Kushal Kumar previously caused a stir and became viral news about the apocalypse which ultimately did not come true. In the end, reality proves that on the date he mentioned, the world was fine.


Kushal Kumar’s Basic Predictions

According to Kushal Kumar’s theory, which tends to be inconsequential, he predicted based on Vedic astrology charts which looked at the movements of planets and stars. The predictions he told resulted in many seeing him as someone who was hallucinating. This news then became a joke in various parts of the world and of course on social media. It seems that Kushal Kumar has not given up on his wrong predictions, he has not even given up on making controversial news and predictions.

Kushal Kumar, known as the ‘New Nostradamus’, predicted many future events such as the world would be destroyed by the third world war, the North Korean army would later enter the demarcation line into South Korea, the Israeli and Lebanese conflict, NATO and so on. The fact that the predictions are inconsequential, but on the other hand this news can shock the internet and go viral is a phenomenon in itself.


Doomsday predictions became the subject of ridicule

Many online residents couldn’t resist commenting on Kushal Kumar’s inconsequential predictions, including:
“It turns out the apocalypse can be rescheduled, right?”
“This person talks about the end of the world like it’s just a social gathering lottery.”
“It’s been postponed for another 8 days, so that the Indonesian people can celebrate Independence Day”
“You just set what date you want it to be”
“This is the first time a year that there are two doomsday predictions”

Previous doomsday predictions

This incident and viral news regarding the apocalypse have also happened before. For example, the prediction in 2012 that the world would end, managed to become controversial news, even though in reality it became more of a source of ridicule for the people who heard it. Some other predictions that have made exciting news include the following:
1. The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, an occult organization that existed from 1887 to 1903, predicted the end of the world in 2010
2. Harold Camping predicted the end of the world on May 21, 2011
3. Ronald Weinland predicted that the end of the world would occur on September 29 2011
4. The space phenomenon of the comet Elenin will hit the earth between August-October 2011
5. José Luis de Jesús made a prediction that the world would end on June 30, 2012
6. Mayan prediction that the end of the world will come on December 21 2012
7. Grigori Rasputin predicted that there would be a big fire in the world on August 23 2013
8. Mark Biltz made a statement predicting the blood moon doomsday between April 2014 – September 2015
9. David Meade, conspiracy theorist: apocalypse between September 23-October 15 2017
10. Jeane Dixon: Armageddon, the day the world ends occurs in 2020

We can also take lessons from incidents and viral news like this, that we must always remember the last day. This fact exists, but no one can predict when it will happen except God Almighty.