Conspiracy theorists have long suggested the rare occurrence could bring about the apocalypse – and they are predicting the same tonight.
Conspiracy theorists have said tonight’s rare super blood wolf moon could start the end of the world.
The rare celestial occurrence – which won’t happen for another 18 years – will see the moon turn a shade of red in the early hours of Monday morning.
But as well as making for an unusual spectacle, others have suggested that the phenomenon could be a sign of the apocalypse.
Evangelical preacher Paul Begley from West Lafayette, Indiana, told the Express there is a remote possibility of the world ending on January 22.