The Astrology Predictor website promises to predict the start the new century with astrology predictions.
It says the planet will become more active, with signs of spring and autumn and a new beginning to the year.
But a new study from Astrology News and the Australian Institute of Astrology (AIAA) warns it’s unlikely to happen.
It says Astrology predictors are unlikely to see a shift in their forecast dates.
The AIAA study found that Astrology predictions predicted by astrologers with the best track record were predicted to be correct 93 per cent of the time.
But predicting the end of a year is more likely to turn out to be accurate than predicting it correctly.
The study says that, with the exception of the first five years of the century, predictions were accurate 93 per 100 times, and accurate 97 per cent or 99 times for the rest of the year, as compared to 88 per cent and 90 per cent for predictions by those with a lower track record.
In 2016, the AIAAA said it was predicting that the end would be on June 20, 2019, and there would be a total solar eclipse in the year 2100.
However, it said it had not received any official information about this date and there was a lack of data for predicting the beginning of the new year.
Astrology News says that it does not predict the end date, nor the year of the eclipse, and so the forecast is based on the predictions of astrologer with the greatest track record of accuracy.
The organisation says it does predict the beginning date of the next year and that it will be on February 14, 2020.