Still Here?!? Damn It!!!

May 21, 2011 at 6:59 PM (Uncategorized)

Well, we are still here!  Can you believe it?  Yet another predicted Judgment Day has come, and it is nearly over.  I did not notice anything overly unusual or ominous about this day.  Then, I was busy throughout most of the day, so I could have missed out.  Hmph….

I do not know how much longer people will continue listening to these con men, or what it is that they are doing to gain the trusts and beliefs of so many individuals.  It was Harold Camping, age 89, who had been spreading information to his followers that Judgment Day would occur today, May 21, 2011. 

Born on July 19, 1921, Harold Camping is a graduate of The University of California at Berkeley, 1942.  He has been a radio broadcaster of religious affiliation since 1958.  Now, Camping is a religious fanatic who currently hosts a Christian radio program in southern California. 

Camping has been responsible for the arrangement of predictions that fortell of the end of the world.  He has been spreading “information” about details from a religious calendar that gives so-called facts about the history of the world, and about the exact date that our world will end.  He has informed followers, and others with nothing better to do, about so-called facts based on Biblical information.

Broadcasting out of his Family Radio Network, Camping has spread his message about calculations that he has made regarding the date of Rapture.  He stated that since the crucifiction of Jesus happened on Friday, April 1, 33 A.D., mathematic calculations reveal that the amount of time since that date will lead to a deduced figure of 722,500.07.  This number is relevant because it is supposed to be the square of five times seventeen times ten.  Camping says that five signifies atonement, ten signifies completion, and seventeen signifies Heaven.

A multiplication of these numbers one time, then another time, and some other stuff, will produce the figure 722, 500.  This figure falls within Camping’s calculations, allegedly coinciding with orbits of Earth, and the date of Jesus’ crucifixion.  Somehow, all of these numbers and calculations produce the outcome of Apocalypse occurring exactly 722,449.07 days after Jesus’ death, leading to a May 21, 2011 Judgment Day.

When looking back at it, that still makes the event a day off.  Yet, I did not bother to work through the full mathematics of the so-called prophecy.  I was more curious about what Camping was attempting to suggest, while chuckling, and listening to similar sentiments on news broadcasts.  For those whom actually want to know the full logistics of the Camping prophecy, there are various websites that breakdown the information.  Possibly, there will be others that will attempt to “clarify” the mistake made, and will recalculate Camping’s information to give a more exact revelation.  It is not 2012 yet…….


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