Only a year after we were convinced that the Mayan prophecy about the end of the world was false, new predictions have appeared, and, according to one, the Judgment Day is less the 90 days away. Namely, in the city of York, an ancient instrument marked the beginning of the countdown of the end of the world, more precisely, the moment of the so called Viking apocalypse. According to the legend, the Nordic god Jeimdal blew a horn to warn the people of the forthcoming catastrophe, and as the prophecy continues, the world as we know it will end on 22nd February 2014.
The Vikings believed that the end of the world will be preceded by three cold winters with no summers in between, and gruesome wars will be led throughout the world, when humanity’s morality will end.
“The Skoll will swallow the sun, and his brother Hati will swallow the moon, which will lead to the disappearance of the stars, and the Earth will be surrounded by eternal darkness”, says the prediction, and experts on Nordic mythology calculated that the Vikings believed that humanity’s last day will end on 22nd February of next year.
During the last of days, strong earthquakes will shake the ground, the ocean level will rise and the land will be covered in poison. The sound of the horn is supposed to call upon the sons of the god Odin to join on the battlefield, where Odin will be murdered. After the death of Odin, the Earth will sink into the sea. “During the past few years we witnessed the failed Mayan prediction of an upcoming apocalypse, as well as many other predictions of psychics and visionaries, but the sound of the horn is still the best marker of the Viking predictions that will turn into reality on 22nd February of next year”, said Danielle Daglan, the director of the Viking festival in York.