All those who have survived the 'end of the world prophecy' of July 29, 2016, might remember that it was a repetition of another prophecy regarding Friday the 13th, November 2015.

It looks more like an end of the prediction that went viral through a 17-minute, 39-second video posted by a Christian doomsayer through End Times Prophecies on July 9. It got some 5.2 million views in three weeks----and finally did not come true.

The warning that was issued was that magnetic poles will flip and lead to the collapse of the world. It would "make the stars race across the sky," the earth would spin and reel, creating a vacuum that would drag the atmosphere to the ground, although no particular time for the event to happen was prophesied.

But it is also clear that July 29 has sailed by peacefully with the world spinning cheerfully on.

On the other hand, John Preacher of Armageddon News reported that someone had reuploaded their videos and placed a July 29 end-of-the-world date, but it was all false. "Nothing is going to happen on July 29th. We have never claimed such a thing, this date is just another false date being promoted online," clarifies John Preacher.

Moreover, before Doomsday, many prophecies need to be fulfilled. John Preacher predicted that Jerusalem would get overtaken by Arab countries around it. The invasion would last for 42 months, according to the last book of the Christian Bible, Revelations 11:2.

Revelations 6:15 says, 'The kings of the Earth, the Princes, the commanding officers, the rich, the strong and every slave and free person hid themselves... from the face of him who sits on the throne and from the wrath of the Lamb.'

Do some prophecies at least ever come true? Does not seem likely! Two unfulfilled predictions involve one on May 6, when an asteroid was supposed to hit our planet. The second, more hilarious one was the U.S. President Barack Obama to be disclosing in June that he is the anti-Christ.

Both the prophecies have been extremely memorable for being excruciatingly wrong, just like the July 29 prediction.