End of the World on September 23, 2017: Shock Bible prophecy warns The Rapture is COMING

Scores of YouTube doom videos and evangelical websites point to an astrological constellation on September 23 matching Revelation 12:1–2, which will signal the start of the Rapture and second coming of Christ:

The passage 12:1–2 reads: “And a great sign appeared in heaven: a woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet, and on her head a crown of 12 stars. She was pregnant and was crying out in birth pains and the agony of giving birth.”

Conspiracy theorists claim the woman in question is Virgo, and on September 23, the sun and moon will be in Virgo, as will Jupiter, now being said to represent the Messsiah.

This happens every 12 years, but they claim because of another planetary alignment, representing “the Lion of the tribe of Judah”, it is an unprecedented event foretold in scripture.

Before going into Virgo, the sun will be in Leo, at the same time as Mercury, Venus, and Mars are in Leo. 

One main purveyor of the theory is Christian conspiracy theorist David Meade, who also predicts a mythological planetary system known as Planet X or Nibiru will appear in the sky on September 23.

He claims it will then pass the Earth in October, causing the start of the Rapture with huge volcanoes and volcanic eruptions due to its gravitational force.

He said: “During this time frame, on September 23, 2017, the moon appears under the feet of the Constellation Virgo.

“The Sun appears to precisely clothe Virgo… Jupiter is birthed on September 9, 2017.

“The 12 stars at that date include the nine stars of Leo, and the three planetary alignments of Mercury, Venus and Mars – which combine to make a count of 12 stars on the head of Virgo.

“Thus the constellations Virgo, Leo and Serpens-Ophiuchus represent a unique once-in-a-century sign exactly as depicted in the 12th chapter of Revelation. This is our time marker.”

However, not all Christians hold in with the prophecy, and have a much more rational take on what is claimed.

In an article entitled “Will the World end on 23 September?” Jonathan Sarfati wrote that the same planetary coincidence had appened four times in the last millennium, and therefore was not as rare as is being suggested.

He said: “As usual with any astrology (or Christian adaptations of it), one cherry-picks the stars that fit the desired conclusion.

“There is nothing to suggest that 23 September is a momentous date for biblical prophecy, and Christians need to be careful about being drawn into such sensationalist claims. 

“We won’t know the day or the hour—so we should be prepared at all times!”

Fortunately for us, NASA also says the Planet X theory is a hoax, and no such system exists or will pass the Earth.

Rendlesham UFO: Craft seen could have housed aliens says former MoD investigator

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Nick Pope (pictured) is not convinced by a theory that the Rendlesham UFO was man made.

Nick Pope, who investigated the UFO phenomena for the MoD until 1996, has dismissed new claims it was a military test capsule that landed in Rendlesham Forest.

The Rendlesham mystery, dubbed Britain’s Roswell, became legend when three US officers based at RAF Bentwaters claimed a “triangular-shaped craft” landed in neighbouring woods in the early hours of December 26, 1980.

Due to high interest in the case, the British Ministry of Defence (MoD) investigated the case and concluded the lights from Orford Ness lighthouse had been responsible for what was seen over the two nights in terms of lights.

Yesterday, Express.co.uk revealed the theory of UFO researcher Russ Callaghan, who produced an image of a space capsule that was stationed at one of two nearby airbases at the time of the incident. 

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The capsule Russ Callaghan claims could be the Rendlesham UFO.

He claimed the strange sighting was actually the 67th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron which was based at RAF Woodbridge at the time of the incident.

Express.co.uk put the theory to Mr Pope, who carried out a cold case review of Rendlesham in 1994.

Mr Pope said the case still mystified him, with no earthly explanations so far.

He said: “The first point to make is that there’s no mention of the 67th ARRS dummy capsule in any of the original United States Air Force or Ministry of Defence documentation on the case.

“It’s inconceivable to me that both the USAF and the MoD officials handling the original investigation would have missed this. 

“Despite the claim the 67th ARRS had conducted a flight on Christmas night, I don’t believe this is correct. 

“Indeed, according to my information, there was no military flying at the base at all that night. 

“Furthermore, if there had been, everybody would have seen and heard the helicopter that was allegedly involved, and yet they didn’t. 

“If this had been the explanation, everyone would simply have said so. 

“More fundamentally, the theory simply doesn’t fit the facts, when considering what the witnesses actually saw and reported. 

“Neither does it fit with the radar data, or the radioactivity levels found at the landing site, which the MoD’s Defence Intelligence Staff assessed as being ‘significantly higher than the average background’. 

“In summary, while this is an intriguing theory, it’s one that I’ve heard before and had discounted.”

The Rendlesham legend took place around neighbouring bases RAF Woodbridge and RAF Bentwaters, near Mildenhall, Suffolk, and is much like the mystery at Roswell – a suspected UFO crash said to have taken place outside the town in New Mexico, USA, in July 1947.

The men first noticed lights and then a UFO “on the floor”, and could not account for a 40 minute period while searching in the woods when their communication systems went “off air”.

The three – John Burroughs, Bud Steffens, and James Penniston – later told of feeling “static” as they observed the object’s flashing lights and hieroglyphic-like markings.

In summary, while this is an intriguing theory, it’s one that I’ve heard before and had discounted.

Nick Pope


Former Colonel Charles Halt, 77, the most senior witness, who was base deputy commander at the time, was not present during the first encounter, but was told the next morning and investigated that night after officers shouted: “It’s back, the UFO’s back.”

He went to investigate with a team who found three 1.5inch “impact holes”, damage to the canopies of trees and “higher radiation levels” in the “landing” area.

He said they then saw a mysterious object in a field between the woods and a farmhouse with “a red light moving”.

Mr Callaghan has discovered the 67th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron was based at RAF Woodbridge at the time of the incident.

Speaking at The Outer Limits Magazine’s first ever UFO conference in Hull on Saturday to a stunned audience, he said: “No, it wasn’t the lighthouse in my opinion.”

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Russ Callaghan giving his theory at the conference.

He revealed the image of the capsule that was actually used at RAF Woodbridge on the night in question.

The ARRS was a separate unit to Mr Halt’s, and would not have to brief them on what it was doing, he said.

This squadron was involved in the recovery of the command module capsules used during the Apollo moon missions and, during the 1980s, the recovery of film sent back to Earth in capsules from spy satellites.

They were recovered by a helicopter once they landed back down, and the ARRS used a mock-up capsule for practice sessions.

Mr Callaghan produced images of the capsule that was actually used at RAF Woodbridge on the night in question.

He said: “There was no Apollo in 1980, but satellite photographs were taken on film that made entry back to Earth on a mini capsule. 

“The ARRS practiced on a mock up. This is the one that was at Bentwaters, it is in Florida now. What is interesting is it was on three legs.

“The three airmen who claimed to see the UFO on the first night said the craft was on three legs, and had sketched it as such.” 

Mr Callaghan said he discovered the ARRS did a practice run on Christmas Day night 1980, but that it had run into problems, and “the chopper pilot dropped the capsule in Rendlesham Forest”.

He said: “They came back the next night to recover it. This could explain what they men say, but nothing I am saying here is proof positive.”

Mr Callaghan believes the recovery operation could explain the subsequent large military presence in the forest, and that the ARRS would not have had to brief Colonel Halt’s squadron on what happened.

However, the theory does not explain why the MoD investigation report did not offer this up as an explanation for the sighting and just blamed it on the lighthouse.

Questions also remain on why the US Veterans’ Association agreed in 2015 to pay the medical bills of Mr Burroughs who claims exposure to high levels of radiation during the “UFO encounter” left him with heart problems.

UFO SHOCKER: Is this the bottom of a flying saucer hovering over photographer’s head?

The “craft” was reportedly photographed by a man, who had to “bend over backwards” to get it in sight above an oil refinery.

The extraordinary image was revealed to the audience at the Outer Limits Magazine 70 Years of the Modern UFO Era conference in Hull by UFO investigator Malcolm Robinson.

Mr Robinson, who has investigated UFOs since the 1980s, said it was the most remarkable UFO picture he has come across.

He told the audience that two men were photographing the BP oil refinery at Grangemouth, central Scotland, at night when they spotted a distant red object.

It then flew directly towards them, he said.

He said: “This red ball of light shot across towards them and was 200 to 300 feet above when he took the picture.

“He literally had to bend over to take it.

“We checked with all the usual people and there was nothing in the area at the time.

“It is nice we got a photo. Is that evidence?

“I am here to tell you to open up your minds.”

Mr Robinson runs Strange Phenomena Investigations (SPI) based in central Scotland.

The image was sent to him in 1991 but remains one of the most compelling he has seen.

In an article on the SPI website, Mr Robinson said: “UFO testimony is one thing, but when you receive testimony backed up with a quite spectacular UFO photograph, well that’s another matter. 

“We at SPI received quite an amazing UFO photograph which was unlike anything we have ever seen before.”

The incident happened on November 12 at around 9.30pm.

Phil Trevis, who snapped it was with a friend at the time.

In a report sent to SPI with the picture, he said: “My friend and I were taking photographs of the BP chemicals plant in Grangemouth (from Polmont Reservoir) when we noticed a dim, or rather, two small dim flashing lights over by the two ‘flashing pylons’ at Kincardine Bridge. 

“We watched the object, which we thought was a helicopter, fly slowly over from the bridge to above the brightly lit Grangemouth Stadium. 

“We watched it hover for around five minutes. It was then that we noticed that the ‘craft’ wasn’t making any noise. 

“Normally, if it was a helicopter, we would have heard the blades. It then turned around and faced our direction.

“It was roughly 2,000 feet above the ground, then it dipped and increased dramatically in speed. 

“At the point of the photograph, it was about 200 to 300 feet directly above us. 

“It was then that we heard the light ‘pulsing hum’ of the object. 

“My friend and I were quite shaken at the time, but afterwards had an overwhelming sense of excitement.”

Mr Robinson added: “What you are actually looking at is the underside of the object – concave, with numerous bright flashing lights being thrown out into the dark night sky, which creates a sort of halo effect. 

“SPI conducted the usual lines of investigative enquiry to try and get to the bottom of this incident. 

“We ascertained that there was no aircraft activity in that part of central Scotland that night. 

“Letters to the British Petroleum plant at Grangemouth, asking them if they had any small light aircraft or microlights in operation above their complex that night (on pipe inspection duty) came back stating that no such light aircraft or micro-lights were flying above the plant that night.”

Nibiru APOCALYPSE? Planet X ‘passing will fulfil 2,000 year prophecy and DESTROY Earth’

Christian numerologist David Meade claims to have seen codes in the Bible that have shown him the mysterious planet Nibiru will appear in the sky from September 23 and pass the Earth in October.

Mr Meade claims the passing of Nibiru – also known as Planet X – will cause earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcanic eruptions.

Mr Meade, who also believes signs in the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt give the same September date, said it would pass at around four million miles from Earth, but even at the distance the magnetic force of the planet on Earth would spark tsunamis, polar shift, and global devastation.

Last month’s eclipse was a sign that Planet X – known as Planet Nine by NASA – will appear in the sky from September 23, before passing and causing the apocalypse in October, according to the conspiracy theorist. 

The September 23 date came from codes in the Bible and also a “date marker” shown by the pyramids of Giza in Egypt.

Mr Meade says he has discovered two tunnels set at precise angles in the Great Pyramid that will point to significant celestial objects after September 20.

The myth was born in 1976 when writer Zecharia Sitchin claimed two ancient Middle Eastern cultures – the Babylonians and Sumerians – told of a giant planet – believed by conspiracists to be Nibiru – that orbited the Sun every 3,600 years.

Mr Meade said: “It is very strange indeed that both the Great Sign of Revelation 12 and the Great Pyramid of Giza both point us to one precise moment in time – September 20 to 23, 2017.”

The Planet X conspiracy theory was given a boost earlier this year when NASA announced the discovery of a new planet in our solar system which they named Planet Nine.

The agency found evidence of a real planet up to 10 times the mass of Earth in the outer reaches of the Solar System, in the constellation Orion.

However, NASA says Planet Nine will not pass earth and the Planet X theory of an apocalypse is a hoax.

It says there is no major celestial object expected to hit Earth for several hundreds of years.

There have been many predicted end of world dates that have all come and passed before.

Nibiru was predicted to destroy Earth in December 2015, September 2015, during the Mayan apocalypse in 2012 – and in 2003.

Mr Meade’s prediction is largely based on the Bible passage Isaiah, Chapter 13 9-10, which reads: “See, the Day of the Lord is coming – a cruel day, with wrath and fierce anger – to make the land desolate and destroy the sinners within it.

“The Stars of Heaven and their constellations will not show their light. The rising Sun will be darkened and the Moon will not give its light.”

‘UFO PORTALS’ found beneath International Space Station in shocking video

The video, uploaded to YouTube by the channel ‘Third Phase of the Moon’, shows what looks like three rings similar to smoke drifting below the ISS.

The rings appear to be too high up to be clouds, which has left UFO enthusiasts believing they are portals or wormholes being used by aliens to monitor us.

Conspiracy theorists Blake and Brett Cousins run the YouTube channel which uploaded the footage from the ISS, and Blake says: “We’ve got three strange anomalies drifting downwards just above the Earth’s atmosphere.

“Is this something extraterrestrial?”

Brett adds: “They look almost like smoke rings and they seem to be drifting.

“I’m not sure these are just anomalous clouds – there’s no other ones in the hemisphere.

“If you look at them closely you’re just not sure.

“Are they portals of some sort?”

The video has now been viewed more than 70,000 times, and left many viewers baffled.

One commenter wrote: “They are too high and too fast for clouds.

“I noticed some ‘UFOs’ cause a steamy vapour when they enter our atmosphere.”

Another said: “They don’t want us to know what’s up there in space.”

However, others were not as convinced.

One person simply said: “Clouds you baboons.”

Another agreed, adding: “They are clouds watch at the beginning. The land mass is moving in the same direction and speed”.

While another gave a different explanation: “Maybe it was a meteor entering the atmosphere and caused a sonic boom which caused the rings?”

This is not the first time that mysterious rings in the sky have attracted the attention of UFO hunters.

In April, onlookers in the Russian city of Novosibirsk spotted the odd phenomenon, while in 2016, one was spotted over Disneyland, California.

The numerous sightings have seen alien hunters clamouring to offer their opinions, with prominent UFO blogger Scott C Waring saying that it is a type of extra-terrestrial space craft.

He wrote about the sighting over Disneyland: “Ring UFOs are super rare, but they have been seen.

“This UFO is over Disneyland and causes the family to worry about an alien invasion.”

Does this photograph and shock new evidence solve Rendlesham UFO mystery once and for all?

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Rendlesham UFO solved? Russ Callaghan (pictured) may have cracked the case.

UFO researcher Russ Callaghan believes he may have solved the case once and for all – and it has nothing to do with aliens, but a “UFO” capusule made by humans, he insists.

Mr Callaghan revealed his new theory at The Outer Limits Magazine’s first ever UFO conference in Hull on Saturday to a stunned audience. 

The Rendlesham legend, which happened around neighbouring bases RAF Woodbridge and RAF Bentwaters, near Mildenhall, Suffolk, has been dubbed Britain’s Roswell, in a nod to the mystery of the UFO crash said to have taken place outside the town in New Mexico, USA, in July 1947.

The UK suspected alien event saw three US officers based at RAF Bentwaters claim a “triangular-shaped craft” landed in neighbouring woods in the early hours of December 26, 1980.

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The capsule which Russ Callaghan says resembles the sketches made by witnesses of a triangular UFO.

The men first noticed lights and then a UFO “on the floor”, and could not account for a 40 minute period while searching in the woods when their communication systems went “off air”.

The three – John Burroughs, Bud Steffens, and James Penniston – later told of feeling “static” as they observed the object’s flashing lights and hieroglyphic-like markings.

Former Colonel Charles Halt, 77, the most senior witness, who was base deputy commander at the time, was not present during the first encounter, but was told the next morning and investigated that night after officers shouted: “It’s back, the UFO’s back.”

He went to investigate with a team who found three 1.5inch “impact holes,” damage to the canopies of trees and “higher radiation levels” in the “landing” area.

He said they then saw a mysterious object in a field between the woods and a farmhouse with “a red light moving.”

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A sketch made by John Burroughs of the triangular UFO he saw.

The ex-colonel said: ”It came towards us into the forest, moving, bobbing up and down in the trees. It was oval, about 100 to 150 yards away, with a dark centre and red around it.”

He claimed there were “sparks” coming from it and after a minute it “exploded and disappeared.”

They then spotted objects in the sky, 3,000 to 4,000ft up.

Due to high interest in the case, the British Ministry of Defence (MoD) investigated the case and concluded the lights from Orford Ness lighthouse had been responsible for what was seen over the two nights in terms of lights.

However, this has not satisfied most UFO investigators, failing to explain claims of the UFO being on the ground on the first night.

Mr Callaghan also does not believe the lighthouse was fully responsible for what happened, although he did cast doubt on recent claims from Mr Halt, who insists a real UFO was probably involved.

Mr Callaghan said: “No, it wasn’t the lighthouse in my opinion.”

Some investigators claim the timing of the lighthouse rotations were in sync with the light sightings observed by Mr Halt on the second night.

But Mr Callaghan was not convinced, saying the old-style analogue recorder used may have had inaccurate timings.

He said: “I don’t think they were recording the lighthouse as everyone on the base was aware of where the lighthouse was.”

However, Mr Callaghan had spoken with the lighthouse attendant working that night who told him he had met with Mr Halt.

The lighthouse worker said the eyewitness accepted the lights he described did probably originate from the lighthouse.

Mr Callaghan believes if aliens were involved there would have been more mystery observations on the night.

He said: “We are talking about nuclear bases. If something invaded from space they would know about it and there would be a big reaction.

“There was allegedly photos and film taken of the UFO at the time, but we have never seen any of it.”

The ARRS practiced on a mock up. This is the one that was at Bentwaters, it is in Florida now. What is interesting is it was on three legs.

Russ Callaghan


Now, he believes he may have obtained a photograph of what the men saw.

Mr Callaghan has discovered that the 67th Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron was based at RAF Woodbridge at the time of the incident.

The ARRS was a separate unit to Mr Halt’s, and would not have to brief them on what it was doing, he said.

This squadron was involved in the recovery of the command module capsules used during the Apollo moon missions and, during the 1980s, the recovery of film sent back to Earth in capsules from spy satellites.

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Rendlesham UFO: Russ Callaghan giving his theory at the conference.

They were recovered by a helicopter once they landed back down, and the ARRS used a mock-up capsule for practice sessions.

Mr Callaghan produced images of the capsule that was actually used at RAF Woodbridge on the night in question.

He said documentary film makers in the Rendlesham case had always left out details about the ARRS crew and the capsule.

He said: “There was no Apollo in 1980, but satellite photographs were taken on film that made entry back to Earth on a mini capsule. 

“The ARRS practiced on a mock up. This is the one that was at Bentwaters, it is in Florida now. What is interesting is it was on three legs.”

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Colonel Charles Halt (left) believes aliens visited Rendlesham.

The three airmen who claimed to see the UFO on the first night said the craft was on three legs, and had sketched it as such.” 

Mr Callaghan said he discovered the ARRS did a practice run on Christmas Day night 1980, but that it had run into problems, and “the chopper pilot dropped the capsule in Rendlesham Forest”.

He said: “They came back the next night to recover it. This could explain what they men say, but nothing I am saying here is proof positive.”

Mr Callaghan believes the recovery operation could explain the subsequent large military presence in the forest, and that the ARRS would not have had to brief Colonel Halt’s squadron on what happened.

However, the theory does not explain why the MoD investigation report did not offer this up as an explanation for the sighting and just blamed it on the lighthouse.

Questions also remain on why the US Veterans’ Association agreed in 2015 to pay the medical bills of Mr Burroughs who claims exposure to high levels of radiation during the “UFO encounter” left him with heart problems.

UFO believers in the conference did not appear impressed by the theory.

In a question and answer session with Mr Callaghan, former policeman John Hanson, who recently published The Halt perspective, about the former colonel’s involvement in Rendlesham, said: “It is strange colonel Halt would accept what he saw was the lighthouse, because what he was talking about was thousands of feet in the sky.”

During a conference break another UFO researcher discussed the claims with Mr Hanson.

He said to him: “I’m an ex-cop, your an ex-cop, and we look at things in a balanced way.

“He’s just rubbished everything.

“How do we know he’s not here just to discredit everything?”

Express.co.uk has contacted the MoD, ARRS, and Nick Pope, a former MoD officer who investigated UFOs including the Rendlesham case, about the claims and awaits responses. 

Nibiru apocalypse? Planet X IS coming but you can survive – and here’s how

The mythological planet is set to appear in the skies from September 23, according to Nibiru conspiracy theorists before passing Earth and “causing devastation” in October.

Planet X, or Nibiru, is believed to have a vast orbit which some claim will one day pass so close to Earth that its gravitational pull could wreak havoc on Earth, triggering earthquakes and other catastrophic events.

Christian numerologist David Meade who has predicted the September date using biblical codes and signs in the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt, said it would pass at around four million miles from Earth, but even at the distance the magnetic force on the Earth would cause earthquakes and volcanoes across the globe that would spark tsunamis, polar shift, and global devastation.

Speaking on Late Night in the Midlands, a US conspiracy theory radio show, he said, however, that some people could survive by creating bunkers on “higher ground.”

Mr Meade was asked by a caller if anywhere in the state of Florida could be safe.

He said: “The highest spot in Florida is 150 metres in the pan handle, so the pan handle is probably safe.

“Anywhere else like Orlando south from the Keys is highly dangerous, highly suspect, and could simply be eliminated by tsunamis as the ocean rises out of its basis, during a polar shift.”

Mr Meade said he would be trying to survive by heading for high ground early next month.

But, he said people would be best placed to leave the United States as it would possibly get split in two.

He said: “You might be better investing in somewhere in Belize, other than the US.

“By the first week in October, you better have a strategic relocation plan in place.”

There is, however, no scientific evidence to back up the existence of a stray planet that is about to affect life on Earth.

NASA has stated the claims are a hoax, and no large object will likely threaten the Earth for at least several hundreds of years.

Last week Express.co.uk revealed how Mr Meade had claimed Planet X has been secretly filmed from astronomical observatories, and is making its way towards Earth as we speak.

He claimed to have been shown secret footage which proves it exists, but bizarrely had not shared this with the public he claims he is trying to warn.

He claimed a French astronomer had provided him with video footage showing Nibiru approaching Earth.

Mr Meade said: “I’ve seen it and he told me the name of the observatory he has seen it at, and he said he had a secret film of it, which he later sent me.”

August 21’s solar eclipse, he claims, was a sign before Nibiru appears in the sky to everyone from September 23, before passing and causing the apocalypse in October.

The September 23 date came from codes in the Bible and also a “date marker” shown by the pyramids of Giza in Egypt.

He says he has discovered two tunnels set at precise angles in the Great Pyramid that will point to significant celestial objects after September 20.

The myth was born in 1976 when writer Zecharia Sitchin claimed two ancient Middle Eastern cultures – the Babylonians and Sumerians – told of a giant planet – Nibiru – that orbited the Sun every 3,600 years.

Mr Meade said: “It is very strange indeed that both the Great Sign of Revelation 12 and the Great Pyramid of Giza both point us to one precise moment in time – September 20 to 23, 2017.”

The Planet X conspiracy theory was given a boost earlier this year when NASA announced the discovery of a new planet in our solar system which they named Planet Nine.

They found evidence of a real planet up to 10 times the mass of Earth in the outer reaches of the Solar System, in the constellation Orion.

However, NASA says Planet Nine will not pass earth, and the Planet X theory of an apocalypse is a hoax.

There have been many predicted end of world dates that have all come and passed before.

Aliens ARE abducting humans: ‘Evidence is compelling’ for cosmic kidnaps survey finds

Express.co.uk has conducted a poll asking readers if they think “people are abducted by aliens” after a series of shocking claims from alleged victims.

Around 9,300 people have responded to the survey, with a whopping 59 percent (5,487)saying they were “absolutely convinced” they are taking place and the evidence for them is “compelling”.

the remaining 41 percent (3,813) said they believed the claims from so called alien abductees were just the stuff of dreams and fantasy.

Express.co.uk carried out the poll alongside a series of reports of being claims being made on UFO conspiracy theory websites, where people had claimed to have been abducted, and even that they were the alien-human hybrid children of bizarre experiments involving their parents.

Earlier this year we told how a pair of twins claim they were abducted by “bald aliens” repeatedly from the age of five.

They told a sinister story of how they would tell their parents the “bald men are coming” in the run up to another cosmic kidnap.

The tale was revealed by Audrey Starborn Hewins at the 26th annual International UFO Congress in Fountain Arizona.

Ms Hewins, 43, from Oxford, Maine in the United States, attended the conference which aimed to give “therapy” to “alien abductees”.

She claims to have had contact with aliens since the age of just five.

She told how her identical twin, Debbie, was also visited by grey aliens as they grew up in Athens, Ohio.

Last month we told the story of a 6ft 3in, green-eyed blonde French Canadian woman, who was a SURPRISE second twin, and claims she was implanted as a so-called hybrid by aliens.

Striking Lisa claims her mother gave birth to twins after a bizarre encounter with two aliens.

Lisa, whose surname is not revealed in a video, which broke the story, says her mother was supposedly pregnant with just a son in 1975, when she was born.

She is now convinced she was implanted into her mother by aliens after they “visited her while she was pregnant”.

Her bizarre story was revealed for the first time by UFO researcher Luigi Vendittelli from Montreal, Canada, on the Earth Mystery News YouTube channel.

Express.co.uk has revealed a number of these bizarre stories over the past 18 months.

In May 2016, we exclusively revealed how green energy expert, Miguel Mendonça, 43, who helped shape UK renewable power policies, said he was convinced aliens have been secretly implanting extra terrestrial DNA into pregnant humans, in a book he wrote about it.

Mr Mendonça now claims the so-called alien-hybrid community is expanding on Earth and vital to the future of the human race because of how they are helping us “evolve into higher beings”.

Mr Mendonça, who suffers with MS, the illness that leaves suffers with neurological symptoms, muscle pain and severe physical and mental exhaustion, even feels better with increased energy levels for having regular contact with the hybrids, although he stressed it could not cure his condition.

He said: “It’s made no difference to my condition, but I do feel better on some levels.”

In his book, Meet The Hybrids: The Lives And Missions of ET Ambassadors On Earth published by Amazon and co-authored with Barbara Lamb, he spent time interviewing eight people who claim they have grown up with implanted alien DNA in their bodies and are part of a mission to improve mankind.

Take part in our survey and tell us if you are also convinced by these stories.

‘HIGHWAY IN THE SKY’ is forcing Hurricane Irma to hit New York with ‘devastating force”

Computer models have tracked the predicted path of Irma which and show Hurricane Irma is funnelled by the high pressure ridge to southern mainland USA at Florida before travelling north up the coast. 

YouTube channel MrMBB333, which tracks freak weather, climate, and space events, used official  maps and models collated by weather channel Ventusky to describe the ridges as a “highway in the sky” bringing Irma to the US.

In a video about the path of the hurricane, the narrator said: “There jas been a change in the model I’ve been showing you guys.

“For the first time it’s showing a landfall, but keep in mind that’s subject to change – a lot can happen between now and then. 

“This is high pressure, it is dominating the Atlantic right now, and that is steering that thing.

“Right now there is a highway in the sky and right now its path is to north America.

“If we jump ahead to the 9th, it moves up about 150 miles off the north coast of Carolina, a category five.

“On the 10th it is right into New York – on the 10th or 11th maybe it is right over New York City.

“Eight million people that’s incredible, but keep in mind a lot can happen between now and then.

“This ridge of high pressure has to stay here and from what I am hearing it’s not going anywhere anytime soon.”

Today, Irma hit the Caribbean and at least 10 people have been killed so far.

Some of the highest winds ever seen on planet Earth and a 20 foot storm surge left the French part of St Martin “95 per cent destroyed”, an official has said.

Barbuda has been left in ruins, with around 60 per cent of the island’s 1,400 citizens now homeless.

Hurricane winds are expected to reach the southern tip of Florida before 8am AST on Saturday.

The path of the hurricane’s centre will arrive later on Saturday night after 8pm, although forecasters are not yet sure whether the hurricane will make landfall.

There has been a shift eastward in most models, however the storm could still ravage Florida.

If Irma does continue on this route, as many as 10 US states could suffer from the hurricane’s severe wind, rain and flooding.  

Some forecasts predict Georgia will be hit by as late as mid next week, with the historic city of Savannah in danger from life-threatening winds and ferocious rain. 

Those forecasts suggest the weekend of Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 September seeing Hurricane Irma hit major US cities in the north-east of the country. 

Washington DC, Baltimore and New York cities, with their total population of tens of millions of people, could be the hurricane’s final targets before it finally dies out.

Some experts warn Irma’s characteristics mirror those of 1960’s Hurricane Donna which left a death toll of almost 400 and destroyed tens of thousands of homes as it swept along the Atlantic coast from the southern tip of Florida to New England in the north.

Hurricane Irma start of the end of the world? String of disasters ‘sign of apocalypse’

The deadly is on a collision course with Florida and neighbouring US states after it pummelled the Caribbean islands earlier this week.

This disaster, along with Hurricane Harvey, Mexico’s strongest earthquake in a century this morning, the solar eclipse, wildfires in Australia and the US, and the threat of nuclear war has people scared.

One conspiracy theorist posted a Bible verse on their Facebook page which read: “Luke 21:25-26 reads: There will be signs in the sun, moon and stars. On the earth, nations will be in anguish and perplexity at the roaring and tossing of the sea. People will faint from terror, apprehensive of what is coming on the world, for the heavenly bodies will be shaken.” 

They added: “Now tell me, with no doubts, that isn’t exactly what’s happening, coincidence or not. Let me point out that on [August] 21 we had the eclipse, and on the 25 hurricane Harvey struck, flooding on the 26.

“Several states are on fire, then hurricane Harvey, now hurricane Irma, followed by José and Katia, now a massive earthquake with possibility of a tsunami in Mexico. 

“It’s all very scary, and all very rushed, and I truly am wondering if all of those rumours are true or not.”

Another added: “Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Paul, Hurricane Sandra, Hurricane Irma, landslide, earthquake, mother earth is complaining. More catastrophe, apocalypse for the world.”

One other said: “We are witnessing massive hurricanes and flooding, wildfires raging, earthquakes and nuclear war threats on a scale not seen in years. What in the world is going on here?

“Is the massive flooding that came from Hurricane Harvey, and the impending Hurricane Irma baring down as a possible category 5 storm occurring so closely together a coincidence? 

“Are they the results of geo-engineering and thus man made, or are they part of God’s judgement on America?“

Hurricane Irma is set to reach the US on Sunday, September 10, after devastating the Caribbean islands.

In anticipation of the impending storm, the US’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) warned: “Hurricane Irma, as one of the most powerful Atlantic Hurricanes ever observed, is extremely dangerous.

“Destructive winds, heavy rainfall and flash flooding are possible, as well as potentially deadly storm surges. 

“Storm surge and inland flooding pose a significant threat for drowning and can occur before, during, or after the centre of a storm passes through an area”.