The free online text translation service offered by Google has been spitting out "garbled religious prophecy" in response to certain inputs, Vice reports.
As Raw Story verified, typing the word ‘dog’ a dozen times into Google Translate and asking it to be translated from Maori to English results in an end times message being displayed.
“Doomsday Clock is three minutes at twelve. We are experiencing characters and a dramatic developments in the world, which indicate that we are increasingly approaching the end times and Jesus' return," the translation reads.
"As the news has gone viral, conspiracy theorists have started claiming that 'God' is the anagram of 'Dog', and the Almighty is trying to convey apocalyptic messages using Google," International Business Times reported. "A section of other conspiracy theorists claimed that it is Satan who plays with technology to show his signs, as God usually uses cosmic bodies to proclaim his presence. They even claim that apocalypse will be triggered by Satan in the world soon, and all the beings on planet earth will perish after the doomsday."
President Donald Trump's controversial Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) was mentioned after the word 'prophecy' was typed in thirteen times.
"Prophecy: prophecy: ICE mass murdering people in the name of Islam."
"Given the frosty relations between the US and North Korea, and recent tensions between Britain and Russia, it's easy to see how Google might have got the idea that the world is about to end," The Sun suggested.