The Seven Events of the Apocalypse is a book written approximately a century ago by Damella Macaper. It describes seven calamities that will befall the world. The book suffers from a lack of detailed information including the location and date the calamities will occur, forcing readers to rely on independent deduction and speculation to determine same, thus damaging the credibility of Macaper's predictions. The book was largely forgotten for decades, although recent events with striking similarities to those described in the book have brought attention back to it.
The first calamity is described as "the cosmic kiss of the comets". In a remote Caldari system in YC100, two large comets collided head on, though this did not adversely affect any of that system's planets. This event was not initially linked to the prophecy until after the second calamity took place.
The second calamity took place a few months after the first calamity when the planet Fricoure in the Gallente Federation was flooded by rains which lasted for weeks. This flood was the first event to be linked to Macaper's prophecy by an unnamed astrology student, and is the calamity which began to draw attention back to the book.
The third calamity is described as a "roaring stone that silences the world". In YC101 an asteroid entered the atmosphere of the planet Rumida in the Amarr Empire, impacting in the ocean. In addition to damaged infrastructure and lost lives, thousands of people were left deaf due to the intense sound waves generated by the asteroid as it traveled through the atmosphere. This event resulted in Damella Macaper's name becoming renowned throughout New Eden.
The fourth calamity is described as "the appetite of nothing expands over the world". This event has yet to take place.
The fifth calamity is described as "the little brother makes the final sorrowful steps home; he is not welcome". This event has yet to take place.
The sixth calamity is described as "what was many now becomes one when one becomes four". This event has yet to take place.
The seventh calamity is described as the "return of the dark light from the heart of the mother." This event has yet to take place.