Christian doomsdayers predict the world will end in 2017 due to a massive total solar eclipse

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It's the end of the world as we know it ... but we feel fine.

The group of self-described 'hardcore Christians' behind the website 'Unsealed' have predicted that the world will end on August 21, 2017 -- when a total solar eclipse is expected to occur across the United States, plunging the entire continent and park of Western Europe into darkness, sparking the end of the world.

Let's dissect this, shall we?

In fact, there is going to be a massive eclipse on August 21, 2017, and it will be the first total eclipse to travel from one of America's coasts to the other in years.

This prediction, which is confirmed by NASA, is as close to logic as the group's argument came before veering sharply to the left.

The doomsdayers proceeded to highlight passages from The Book of Revelation describing a woman clothed in the sun with the moon at her feet who will apparently bring about the end, the Daily Star reported.

Scripture says this woman will be hunted by a Satanic seven-headed dragon looking to eat her unborn child. Naturally, this dragon must be defeated by an army of angels in a war which will pretty much spell the end for the rest of us.

Sounds about right.

Anyways, if you'd like to observe the stunning feat of nature end of the world as it happens in a little less than a year from now, here's a guide on where you can see it best.

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A total solar eclipse is seen from the city of Ternate in Indonesia's Maluku Islands on March 9, 2016. A total solar eclipse swept across the vast Indonesian archipelago on March 9, witnessed by tens of thousands of sky gazers and marked by parties, Muslim prayers and tribal rituals. / AFP / BAY ISMOYO (Photo credit should read BAY ISMOYO/AFP/Getty Images)
A total solar eclipse is seen from the city of Ternate in Indonesia's Maluku Islands on March 9, 2016. A total solar eclipse swept across the vast Indonesian archipelago on March 9, witnessed by tens of thousands of sky gazers and marked by parties, Muslim prayers and tribal rituals. / AFP / BAY ISMOYO (Photo credit should read BAY ISMOYO/AFP/Getty Images)
A total solar eclipse is seen from the city of Ternate in Indonesia's Maluku Islands on March 9, 2016. A total solar eclipse swept across the vast Indonesian archipelago on March 9, witnessed by tens of thousands of sky gazers and marked by parties, Muslim prayers and tribal rituals. / AFP / BAY ISMOYO (Photo credit should read BAY ISMOYO/AFP/Getty Images)
A total solar eclipse is seen from the city of Ternate in Indonesia's Maluku Islands on March 9, 2016. A total solar eclipse swept across the vast Indonesian archipelago on March 9, witnessed by tens of thousands of sky gazers and marked by parties, Muslim prayers and tribal rituals. / AFP / BAY ISMOYO (Photo credit should read BAY ISMOYO/AFP/Getty Images)
A general view shows a partial solar eclipse behind a star and crescent symbol atop a mosque in Kuala Lumpur on March 9, 2016. A total solar eclipse swept across the vast Indonesian archipelago on March 9, witnessed by tens of thousands of sky gazers and marked by parties, Muslim prayers and tribal rituals. Partial eclipses were also visible over other parts of Asia and Australia. / AFP / MANAN VATSYAYANA (Photo credit should read MANAN VATSYAYANA/AFP/Getty Images)
A general view shows a partial solar eclipse behind a star and crescent symbol atop a mosque in Kuala Lumpur on March 9, 2016. A total solar eclipse swept across the vast Indonesian archipelago on March 9, witnessed by tens of thousands of sky gazers and marked by parties, Muslim prayers and tribal rituals. Partial eclipses were also visible over other parts of Asia and Australia. / AFP / MANAN VATSYAYANA (Photo credit should read MANAN VATSYAYANA/AFP/Getty Images)
A Malaysian school girl wearing glasses with special filters watches the partial solar esclipse at the National Planetarium in Kuala Lumpur on March 9, 2016. A total solar eclipse swept across the vast Indonesian archipelago on March 9, witnessed by tens of thousands of sky gazers and marked by parties, Muslim prayers and tribal rituals. Partial eclipses were also visible over other parts of Asia and Australia. / AFP / MOHD RASFAN (Photo credit should read MOHD RASFAN/AFP/Getty Images)
A Malaysian school girl uses home made glasses with special filters to watch the partial solar esclipse at the National Planetarium in Kuala Lumpur on March 9, 2016. A total solar eclipse swept across the vast Indonesian archipelago on March 9, witnessed by tens of thousands of sky gazers and marked by parties, Muslim prayers and tribal rituals. Partial eclipses were also visible over other parts of Asia and Australia. / AFP / MOHD RASFAN (Photo credit should read MOHD RASFAN/AFP/Getty Images)
A total solar eclipse is pictured from the city of Ternate, in Indonesia's Maluku Islands, on March 9, 2016. A total solar eclipse swept across the vast Indonesian archipelago on March 9, witnessed by tens of thousands of sky gazers and marked by parties, Muslim prayers and tribal rituals. / AFP / BAY ISMOYO (Photo credit should read BAY ISMOYO/AFP/Getty Images)
This picture shows the moon passing in front of the sun during a partial solar eclipse in Phnom Penh on March 9, 2016. A total solar eclipse swept across the vast Indonesian archipelago on March 9, witnessed by tens of thousands of sky gazers and marked by parties, Muslim prayers and tribal rituals. Partial eclipses were also visible over other parts of Asia and Australia. / AFP / TANG CHHIN SOTHY (Photo credit should read TANG CHHIN SOTHY/AFP/Getty Images)
This picture taken through a telescope shows a partial solar esclipse at the National Planetarium in Kuala Lumpur on March 9, 2016. A total solar eclipse swept across the vast Indonesian archipelago on March 9, witnessed by tens of thousands of sky gazers and marked by parties, Muslim prayers and tribal rituals. Partial eclipses were also visible over other parts of Asia and Australia. / AFP / MOHD RASFAN (Photo credit should read MOHD RASFAN/AFP/Getty Images)
This picture shows the moon passing in front of the sun during a partial solar eclipse in Naypyidaw on March 9, 2016. A total solar eclipse swept across the vast Indonesian archipelago on March 9, witnessed by tens of thousands of sky gazers and marked by parties, Muslim prayers and tribal rituals. Partial eclipses were also visible over other parts of Asia and Australia. / AFP / YE AUNG THU (Photo credit should read YE AUNG THU/AFP/Getty Images)
Malaysian school children wearing glasses with special filters watch the partial solar esclipse at the National Planetarium in Kuala Lumpur on March 9, 2016. A total solar eclipse swept across the vast Indonesian archipelago on March 9, witnessed by tens of thousands of sky gazers and marked by parties, Muslim prayers and tribal rituals. Partial eclipses were also visible over other parts of Asia and Australia. / AFP / MOHD RASFAN (Photo credit should read MOHD RASFAN/AFP/Getty Images)
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The eclipse at 07.00 from Limo, Depok https://t.co/WHqNtfbjTy
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