Doomsday conspiracy theorists have raised alarm following the emergence of a mysterious photo taken in 2009 allegedly showing the “Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse” in the clouds over Nilai, Negeri Sembilan in Malaysia.
According to doomsday conspiracy theorists, the appearance of the apocalyptic “Four Horsemen” over Malaysia soon after the appearance of an apocalyptic ghost horse and rider in Egypt during the 2011 riots in Cairo is a prophetic sign that the horrors of the Great Tribulation are about to start.
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse are mentioned in the sixth chapter of the Book of Revelation by St. John as the heavenly omens that precede the horrors of the Great Tribulation when the Antichrist rules over the Earth, according to biblical doomsday theorists.
The Great Tribulation leads to the Second Coming of Jesus, the battle of Armageddon, and the apocalyptic end of the world, according to doomsday theorists.
YouTube doomsday prophet Vicky Tops reports that the photo showing the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse in the clouds over Nilai in Malaysia was snapped in 2009, but the image surfaced online only recently.
The emergence of the photo helps to complete the picture of the “prophetic timeline” leading to the Great Tribulation, according to the YouTube conspiracy theorist, because the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse are the harbingers of the Great Tribulation, Armageddon, and the end of the world.
Some online doomsday theorists, including Tops, claim that the “prophetic timeline” of the great tribulation began on September 11, 2001, on the day that terrorists attacked the Twin Towers in New York and the Pentagon. According to biblical conspiracy theorists, that was the day that the White Horse of the apocalypse, symbolizing war, rode forth.
The image from 2009 in Malaysia shows that the Black Horse, the sign of pestilence, economic recession, and riots, according to doomsday theorists.
YouTube doomsday prophet Vicky Tops gives an overview of the timeline to the Great Tribulation: The White Horse, symbolizing war, appeared after the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001. The second horseman, the Red Horse, symbolizing famine, appeared in 2005. The Black Horse, symbolizing pestilence, appeared over Malaysia in 2009.
“The prophetic timeline of the ‘Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse’ started with the White Horse when the horseman began his ride on September 9, 2001.”
A pale ghostly horse and rider appeared in Cairo during riots and civil disturbance in 2011 (see YouTube below).
Footage of rioting in the streets of Cairo appeared to show a ghostly horse, conspiracy theorists claimed at the time. Some theorists insisted that the horse was the Pale Horse, the fourth and final of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, that symbolizes war and death. Other theorists denied the claim, saying that the Pale Horse will appear in 2016.
“When He opened the fourth seal, and behold, a pale horse. And the name of him who sat on it was Death, and Hades followed with him.” (Rev 6:7)
Skeptics argued that the apparition that appeared among crowds in Egypt was caused by a lens flare. But believers answered, saying that the features of the horseman riding through the crowd were very clear and unmistakable (see footage below at 1:17). Believers also argued that its appearance during a news broadcast shows that God wanted the image to be seen worldwide as a warning to all.
Footage showing the alleged horseman in Cairo went viral online, with many doomsday prophets warning it was a sign that the end was near.
According to YouTube theorist Vicky Tops, the Pale Horse symbolizing economic recession, war, and death is the last apocalyptic horseman before the Great Tribulation, and it will appear in 2016. It paves the way for the commencement of the Great Tribulation in 2017.
Studies of the biblical “prophetic timeline,” according to conspiracy theorists, confirm that the prophetic Great Tribulation will commence in 2017.
“The real horrors will begin in the year 2017 and are far more destructive and impact the globe in ways you cannot imagine,” the doomsday prophet says.
But some skeptics have dismissed the image that appears to show the Four Horsemen in the clouds over Malaysia as a hoax.
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