Most bizarre September 24 Doomsday conspiracy theories from aliens & zombies to WWIII after eerie solar… – The US Sun

THERE are many bizarre September 24 conspiracy theories floating around the internet - from aliens and zombies to World War III and more.

Now, various online accounts are spreading the wild claims as the date rapidly approaches.



The Doomsday rumor stemmed from a video that shows a German politician making an ominous statement and online talk about a potential solar flare, according toHITC.

In the viralclip,German politician Friedrich Merz said: This 24th of September will remain in our memories. In the future, well say I remember where I was on that day.'"

However, according to aLead Storiesfact check, Merz made a mistake in his address and was actually referencing the date of theRussianinvasion ofUkraine, February 27, 2022.

However, the statement - combined with news of a possible solar flare - has spread like wildfire, giving life to doomsday rumors.

A massive solar flare was reported in Africa and parts of the Middle East last week, knocking out radio operators for up to an hour.

A smaller solar flare was reported the day prior, on September 15.

There is no proof asolar flarewill happen on Saturday, but the handful of theories floating around the internet continue to fuel the fire.

Adding to the panic is an episodeof The Simpsons that supposedly predicted the world would end on September 24, 2022.

The episode, titled "Homer Goes to Prep School," sees Homer joining a survivalist group.

The apocalypse is coming. Maybe not tomorrow, maybe never, but its coming,Homer tells Marge.

However, the episode itself never mentions the supposed Doomsday date, and speculation comes from the fact the episode number is 24/9, which some have interpreted as September 24.

Further fueling the fire is a viral TikTok video that explains various conspiracy theories, including Merz's statement and the solar flare.

An additional theory presented in the video is that former President Donald Trump will announce his 2024 run for the presidency on Saturday.

Other theories stem from a fake viral video depicting a fake zombie outbreak in China.

Despite the lack of evidence that any world-ending event will take place on Saturday, Twitter users have continued to voice their concern over the day's impending arrival.

"Im probably watching too many TikTok videos but for the first time in my life Im thinking of prepper shopping before September 24," said one Twitteruser.

Anotheradded: "So whats with September 24th? Aliens having a coordinated landing? Seeing a lot of doomsday talk."

"If there is, in fact, a 'big event' happening on September 24, must we assume it's going to be something bad?!" wondered one Twitter user.

"A member of the German legislature has said that "Everyone will not forget September 24, 2022 and everyone will know exactly where he or she was What's going down on September 24th???," another concerned Twitter user wrote.

"I can't help but wonder... WHAT? WTH IS IT? Why must they try to scare us, what's going down September 24? What's going down in October? WHAT THE H*** IS IT? Just tell us!" said another.

"Twitter what's your guess for the ominous September 24 th warning ? Many are saying a financial collapse but how it's on a Saturday," someone else wrote.

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