May 21, 2011 is Judgment Day and the start of End of the World, Harold Camping says

By on Jan 4, 2011 in Headlines, United States Comments

Updated: May 18, 2011 7:09 p.m.

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May 21, 2011 is Judgment Day and the start of end of the world in which on that day, followers of Christ will be taken to heaven and those are not will suffer here on earth until the last day of the world, according to Harold Camping, who is now going everywhere and doing everything he can to spread the news.

Harold Camping is the leader of the independent Christian ministry Family Radio Worldwide, who claims he has calculated the day the world began and apparently the end of the world, which he said will start on May 21, 2011 while the end of the world will be on October 21, 2011 or five months later.

Camping, a retired civil engineer from Oakland and now 89 years old, and was said to have devoted 70 years in scrutinizing the Holy Bible, recently announced that he has developed a mathematical equation to prove that the end of the world will start on May 21, 2011, or what he calls as Judgment Day.

Apparently, Mr. Camping is inviting everyone to check out his website at FamilyRadio.com for the complete information as well as EBibleFellowship.com wherein he mentioned Genesis 7:11 as being read below.

“In the six hundredth year of Noah‘s life, in the second month, the seventeenth day of the month, the same day were all the fountains of the great deep broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened.”

Incidentally, some US news sites revealed on Monday that a lot of followers of Family Radio Worldwide have been traveling across America with noticeable banners on their cars, posting huge billboards on streets, and distributing pamphlets on streets to help spread the word.

One of them is Marie Exley, 32 years old and an Army veteran, who according to the news left her post with only six months left and joined Camping’s mission to spread the word about Judgment Day.

Allison Warden, a 29-year old payroll clerk and is also among those who believed in the claims of Harold Camping now helps by using her car surrounded by warning signs about the prophecy.

While a lot of websites has been created to help spread the news, WeCanKnow.com was said to be the most popular site and has released some stickers including the one below.



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