As explained in the Bible’s Book of Revelations, the seven signs of the end of the world are: the arrival of the Antichrist, war, famine, plague, judgement, chaos, and silence or a new beginning. The first four symbols are often shown by the four horsemen of the apocalypse, who stand for the beginning stages of the end of the world.
Most Christian scholars agree that the first sign of the end of the world is the coming of an Antichrist, whose job is to lead the world astray. Those who were duped into believing the false prophecy are stuck in a cycle of pain. Most people think of the antichrist as a person who unites the world under one government. The name for the first sign is “the first horseman.”
The start of war and violence is the second sign of the end of the world, but different experts have different ideas about how big and when it will happen. The second sign is also called the second horseman.
The third and fourth signs show large-scale famine and death, which is thought to be a sign of a global pandemic that is either caused by or happens at the same time as the war that the second sign shows.
People also call the third and fourth signs the third and fourth horsemen.
The fifth sign of the end of the world is mostly symbolic. It has to do with Christian martyrs who cry out to God for justice on those who killed them. The sixth and seventh signs of the end of the world usually show a big earthquake that ends the world before God sends down the final judgement or end from heaven.