End of the World Prediction of Harold Camping: Proving to be another mistake

By on May 22, 2011 in United States, Weird, World Comments

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As reported by various news sites, today, May 21, 2011, the exact and latest date predicted by Harold Camping as the end of the world, is proving to be another mistake.  Similarly, reports noted that the deadline set for the said apocalypse passed in the Pacific Islands, New Zealand and Australia without a bang.

According to Fox News, this is not the first time Harold Camping, an 89-year-old retired civil engineer who has built a multi-million dollar nonprofit ministry based on his apocalyptic prediction, committed a mistake.

Report further attests that in 1992, Camping personally wrote a book titled “1994” claiming information about the world coming to an end that year.

Similar reports revealed that Camping’s prediction are based on taking direct quotes and stories from the Bible while applying numerological formulas along the process.

The Christian broadcaster and president of Family Radio, based from reports, confidently predicted that the Judgment Day was supposed to bring a strong earthquake followed by a slow death for all non-believers over the next five months across the globe.

As attested, Harold Camping went on to say that only 200 million people will be saved and those left behind will die in earthquakes, plaques and other calamities until a fireball consumes Earth on October 21.

Apparently, this sensational doomsday message of Harold Camping has been sent far and wide via broadcasts and web sites.



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