When we talk about the classic biblical scenes of the end of the world, angels sound trumpets, seven-headed beasts, celestial riders, and a long etcetera, but do dogs also appear in this ending? Look at the following image of the Google translator.
In this “modern Bible”, called Google, we find a strange link between the dogs and the apocalypse. To find this connection, we must enter the Google translator and translate from Yoruba (a West African dialectal continuum) to English the word ‘dog’ 18 times, and as a result the system will throw a phrase that says in English about the end of the world:
“THE CLOCK OF THE END OF THE WORLD HAS ARRIVED THREE MINUTES BEFORE MIDNIGHT. WE ARE EXPERIENCING CHARACTERS AND DRAMATIC DEVELOPMENTS IN THE WORLD, WHICH INDICATES THAT WE ARE GETTING CLOSER AND CLOSER TO THE RETURN OF JESUS “
Strange, do not you think? So, how the hell did this message appear on Google Translate? Is it just another problem overlooked? Or was the message implemented in the Google translation algorithm by a Google engineer who just wanted to have fun?
Maybe it’s just God’s way of transmitting a message to the world, using modern tools … (Irony) And although it’s very likely that it’s another problem, people all over the world have already found a deep connection between the words Dog, God, and Anubis. Some netizens say that the reason why the repetition of the word ‘dog’ is the trigger of the apocalyptic warning, is that it is the anagram of ‘God’ (God in English).
Others, however, assure that it is an unequivocal reference to an Egyptian god: Anubis, represented in antiquity with a dog/jackal head. This god was the one in charge of weighing the heart of the deceased in what was called “The Judgment of Osiris”, a test that could send the soul of the individual judged towards the fields of Aaru (The Paradise in the Egyptian mythology) or the fauces of Ammyt, the devourer of the dead.
What do you think about all these messages from the Google translator? Is Artificial Intelligence playing with us? Or is there “someone” who wants to tell us about an upcoming event? Watch the following video by Jose Luis Camacho and leave us your comment below!