Another Version of Harold Camping’s May 21st Doomsday
This is another version of a doomsday which expected to come on four days, May 21, 2011.They also invite others to join the campaign to panic with doomsday warnings through a large billboard that read “may 21st judgement day” or “World End Has Come ‘to the world.
Harold Camping, using his own mathematical calculations, he interprets vague predictions in the Gospels. This is not his first doomsday predictions. Previously, he predicts the Judgement Day will come on September 6, 1994 – in which the believers will up into heaven, leaving the other who are destined to experience torture.
However, 1994 passed without any incident. Life continues, and the earth is still spinning until today. But, Camping not give up, he issued a new doomsday predictions – tinkering with her version of the equation once more and then called the May 21, 2011 as the end of the world.
Harold Camping born in Colorado,in July 19, 1921, claimed after some 200 million Christians have taken up to heaven next Saturday, the Earth would be like hell for five months – until October 21, 2011, where life really ends.
How he found this estimates? This is another Camping calculation: he believed Jesus was crucified on April 1 year 33 AD, or 722,500 days before May 21, 2011. That number is the square of 5 x 10 x 17. In Camping numerology system, ‘five’ represent the ‘redemption’, while 10 is ‘perfection’, and 17 means ‘heaven’.
“5 x 10 x 17 is a story. Where Jesus paid for all your sins. I fell off the chair when aware of it,” Camping says.
This predictions received help from the Christian fundamentalists, over the past few months. They spread the message to the world.
However, not all Christians believe that prediction, many doubt it. Because the Gospel of Matthew mentioned: Jesus said, the Judgement Day cannot be foreseen.
Is it true that the world will end on May 21, 2011? Only time can answer.
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