New analysis has revealed when exactly the end of the world is happening. Of course, we all know that the world was supposed to end in 2000 and in 2012 and last year and...you get it, the world has ended a lot. This time, however, the evidence is quite conclusive.
Whether or not it has already happened and we're all living in some flat-earth simulation doesn't matter. Point is, according to science, Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper (you know the one), has a sinister message somewhere in the painting.
The message? The world will end thanks to a "universal flood", according to Italian art expert Sabrina Sforza Galitzia.
TL;DR An Italian art expert has evaluated Leonardo da Vinci's "The Last Supper" and has discovered a definitive end of the world date. Sabrina Sforza Galitzia works at the Vatican Archives and deduced that da Vinci left us a message that the world would for sure end by the year 4006.
Sforza Galitzia based her predictions on Leonardo da Vinci's "The Last Supper" painting. According to The Express U.K., she discovered a "mathematical" puzzle regarding the half-moon window above Christ's head. She's apparently deciphered it.
According to her calculations, the world will definitely end sometime around March 21st, 4006. But will definitely be gone by November 1st, 4006.
She believes that this puzzle accurately predicts the year that the world will end. That year is 4006 and that a great flood will consume humanity as we know it. Yikes.
After publishing a study on da Vinci for the Vatican, Sforza Galitzia continued her tireless work into deciphering the so-called "da Vinci code". She's currently writing a book that will attempt to explain the code which involved signs of the zodiac and 24 letters of the Latin alphabet.
Leonardo da Vinci was a renowned Renaissance painter that is shown in galleries all over the world. His most famous, "The Mona Lisa", occupies the Louvre in Paris.
da Vinci was a man shrouded in mystery, with many people throughout the years trying to decipher his apparent code. Many have tried and failed to figure out what da Vinci was trying to tell us in his art.
As recently as 2003, Dan Brown's "The da Vinci Code" captured the world's imagination after he made claims that Mary Magdalene was married to Jesus and pregnant with his child.
If the year 4006 seems fake to you, it's because it's 1,987 years away. If we are still alive, we'll see what actually happens.
While this is a laughable prospect it is interesting to note that this is one of the first times I've seen a world-ending prediction that isn't in the immediate future.
Since the end of the world predictions come and go without much happening, let's not put too much stock into this one.
If it is true, let's enjoy our remaining 1,987 years on this planet, shall we?