Who is David Meade?
David Meade has been the center of attention because of his doomsday prophecy for October 2017. He’s been the main topic of headlines for the tabloids, doomsayers on websites and on YouTube, even the msm at times. Meade accuses the media of “misrepresenting” and “sensationalizing” his prophecies by saying he said the world would end on September 23rd. While it is true he didn’t say that, it doesn’t excuse the fact that he said Planet X/Nibiru would eclipse the sun on October 5th, the two witnesses would appear on the 15th, and that nuclear war and the rapture would happen the week of October 21st. None of which have happened.
David Meade’s Failed Doomsday Predictions
It turns out that David has been wrong quite a few times. He’s constantly pushing back the dates when they come and go. He removes his books every time a predicted doomsday fails. Usually reselling it with a new name and date.
David Meade Is A Pen Name
David has been writing under a pen name. That’s because he initially predicted the Apocalypse under the name Jerry Grenough or JT Grenough. He has been doing this since at least the year 2000. It turns out that is his real name.
According to the bio from his books written under his real name, “J.T. Grenough is a founder of Taylor Forensics, an investigative firm which consults on topics of corporate governance and investment performance strategy studies. He graduated from the University of Louisville, maintains a CPA license in the Midwest, and has performed expert witness testimony. He has published articles for the Sarbanes Oxley Compliance Journal and the Institute of Internal Auditors. He has handled six major Sarbanes-Oxley assignments for Fortune 2000 companies, and served as a regional audit director for a Fortune 500 company, assisting the audit committee and the investment committee in the performance of their duties.”
Jt. Grenough Failed Doomsday Prophecies
Through extensive research, my friends and I have found that Jerry Grenough/David Meade has predicted the apocalypse for the following years: 2000, 2003, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2014, 2014, 2015, and 2017. Each time he has been very sure about it.
“If the prophet speaks in the LORD’s name but his prediction does not happen or come true, you will know that the LORD did not give that message. That prophet has spoken without my authority and need not be feared.”
I think it’s safe to say that Jerry Grenough aka David Meade is a false prophet. He is using fear to sell books with no remorse for the lives he ruins along the way.
For instance, a man whose real name is David Meade receiving hate mail and death threats.
He has also frightened a lot of people. Many of them very young and sometimes suicidal.
He is already trying to change the dates. He claimed he got a letter saying his calculations are off by a month.
This is what these guys do. Every year a new doomsday date is declared with enthusiasm, usually between September and December, and when it fails they claim they miscalculated and they present new “evidence” for the new date.They never talk to the people they scare. Except to say “Hurry!” “Buy my book!” Especially David Meade.
Another interesting note is that David’s book consists of other people’s claims copy pasted, dreams/visions, and material already written on the website that he’s a guest writer on. Yes.. That’s right. His book contains previously free material.
In life, we all have choices to make. David made the choice to write books predicting the rapture and tribulation in his own name, and when people started calling him out, he made the choice to write the same crap under a pen name. He is most definitely an unrepentant false prophet for profit and myself and others, those who counsel the people he scares, made the choice to expose him for the fraud he is.
In closing, I’d like to say to all the people living in fear and anxiety because of false prophets, no one knows the day or the hour. That’s why they are always wrong. Also if someone is claiming the end is near but they’re asking for money, don’t believe them. If the end is indeed near they won’t need money.
Also, check out my blog about what I believe wormwood really is. The bible isn’t meant to be taken literally. It is written in parables.