Google Translate Delivers Weird Apocalyptic Message And The Return Of Jesus Christ

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When we talk about classic biblical scenes about the end of times and the apocalypse, most of us will probably imagine angels coming down from the heavens, the sound of trumpets going off, mighty beasts appearing on Earth, and a long list of other things.

But nowhere in the bible do we see anything related to Dogs and the end of times.

If we look at ancient Egyptian texts, we have Anubis,

However, if we refer to the modern-day Bible, Google, more precisely Google Translate, we will find a strange link between dogs and the Apocalypse.


dog dog dog dog dog dog dog dog dog dog dog dog dog dog dog dog dog  dog dog dog dog dog

Yup, that’s what the apocalyptic message reads. In part. If you go to Google Translate and type in: “dog dog dog dog dog dog dog dog dog dog dog dog dog dog dog dog dog  dog dog dog dog dog” and click from the Language list translate it from Hawaiian to English, you’ll get the following text:

*Now it only works if you choose to translate the message from Yoruba to English.

That’s a bit odd don’t you think?

So how on Earth did this message appear on Google Translate? Is it just another overlooked glitch? Or was the message implemented into the Google translate algorythm by a Google Engineering who just wanted to have a good laugh?

Perhaps it’s just God’s way to convey a message to the world, using modern tools.

And while this is most likely just another glitch, people around the world have already found a deep connection between the words Dog, God, and Anubis.

Some say that the reason why the repetition of the word Dog triggers the apocalytic message is beacuse it is the anagram of the word God.

Other’s say that the message is an unequivocal reference to the Egyptian god: Anubis, represented in antiquity as a human being with the head of a dog / jackal.

Anubis was a god associated with mummification and the afterlife in ancient Egyptian religion,

One of his prominent roles was as a god who ushered souls into the afterlife. He attended the weighing scale during the “Weighing of the Heart,” in which it was determined whether a soul would be allowed to enter the realm of the dead.

Source: ancient-code

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