A BONKERS Doomsday preacher has warned that seven volcanoes could erupt and “end life on earth” in a wacky prophecy.
Evangelist pastor Paul Begley also raves on YouTube about “climate chaos” as a “doomsday sign that can kill you”.
In a lengthy prediction video, Begley warns of flash floods, hurricanes and “apocalyptic” storm surges.
He also denounces forest fires, chaos in Afghanistan, the recent earthquake in Haiti, cyberattacks on the United States – saying his research in astronomy provides “signs” of catastrophic events.
In a cracking video, he asks viewers, “Do you think God has no timing?”
Begley fumed: “The world is on fire.
“California is having its second biggest fire season, Greece is on fire and the whole country is burning.
“There are cataclysmic events everywhere, including five earthquakes that hit Alaska and it’s starting to get crazy there.
“The currents in the Atlantic Ocean are also slowing down and this is going to wreak havoc on the land.
“What is causing all these things?
“Could it be the polar ice caps moving as prophesied in Isaiah 24? Only now is science catching up with prophecy.
“Puerto Rico can’t stop shaking…Indonesia…these are just the beginning of the heartaches guys.
“As Jesus said…it’s not just these doomsday signs you need to worry about or expect, but verse 9 says ‘then they will deliver you up to be afflicted and kill you.’
Begley likes to use his online preaching to quote the Bible and often refers to the end times.
The theorist believes that the end of the world will occur due to massive volcanic eruptions.
THE END OF TIME
The Geographical Society has previously said Earth could be wiped out by a “super-volcanic” eruption – although that could happen in about a million years, according to a 2017 report.
And although Begley’s previous dire predictions have so far come to nothing, he based his latest insights on recent research from the University of Cambridge.
However, the institution says scientists are now moving away from the risk of “super-volcanic” eruptions.
Instead, experts are studying smaller eruptions in major global pinch points “creating devastating domino effects”, according to the uni report.
‘YOU WILL BE KILLED’
Begley’s dire end-of-day warning comes months after he incorrectly predicted that Doomsday would hit us on December 21, 2020.
He claimed that this could happen due to a certain planetary alignment.