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Jesus-Led Aliens Will Invade Earth In 2017

Conspiracy theorist T. Chase claims that aliens with their giant UFO's will start an invasion of the Earth between 2017 and 2020, with the armada led no other than Jesus Christ himself to once again purify the Earth.

According to the prediction, posted at, Russian President Vladimir Putin will most likely start World Wide III by 2017 to 2020. In the prediction, Putin is connected with the antichrist as his rise in power in August 1999 aligns with the Grand Cross Astrology pattern and solar eclipse over Europe.

Putin joins Napoleon and Hitler in the ranks of the alleged antichrists predicted by the Prophecies of Nostradamus.
"In the year 1999, in the seventh month, from the sky there comes a great king of terror, to bring back the great king of the Mongols, Mars rules triumphantly, before and after," read the Prophecy.

T. Chase claims that the apocalyptical event to occur between 2017 and 2020 was both predicted by Nostradamus and the Book of Revelation. As the war, started by Putin, carried on, people will witness that second coming of Jesus Christ.

"In Revelation 19-11 it says 'I saw a heaven open' and 'a white horse' and Revelation 19-14 says 'and the armies in heaven followed on white horses' T. Chase narrated in his video as reported by Express. "I'm saying that the white horses could be UFOs - it could be Christ and his fleet of UFOs to defeat the Anti Christ at the battle of Armageddon."

Jesus will fight Putin with the support of aliens invaders in their giant UFOs. The Jesus-led alien army will defeat Putin and take over the Earth because "humans are too war -like to ever live peacefully. T. Chase also noted that the alien invaders would modify human DNA to make man more logical and peaceful like them.

The new Jerusalem would be a giant alien city coming down to Earth from another dimension to serve as the headquarters of alien invaders.



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