Of Course! Rapture Math Was Wrong…Rescheduled For October

24 05 2011

(CNN) – Harold Camping is sticking to his apocalyptic guns. In his first radio broadcast since his doomsday prediction failed to pan out in a spectacularly public fashion, the California preacher insisted his was an error of interpretation, not fact. What’s more, he has another calculation for the day the world will end – October 21, 2011. Camping had kept a low-profile since Saturday, the day he had forecast for the return of Jesus Christ to Earth. He and his devoted followers have been warning for months that on May 21, a select 2% to 3% of the world’s population would be taken to heaven. Those left behind would face months of tribulation before perishing in the Earth’s destruction, which Camping said would happen on October 21. This is the basis for his new prediction, which Camping claims is not new at all. He told listeners on his Family Radio broadcast Monday that God is “loving and merciful,” and had decided not to punish the humanity with five months of destruction. But he maintains that the end of the world is still coming. “We’ve always said October 21 was the day,” Camping said during his show. “The only thing we didn’t understand was the spirituality of May 21. We’re seeing this as a spiritual thing happening rather than a physical thing happening. The timing, the structure, the proofs, none of that has changed at all.” However, Camping said his group would not be mounting another advertising push. In the months leading up to May 21, Family Radio billboards popped up across the country, warning that the end was near. “We’re not going to be passing out tracts,” Camping said. “We’re not going to put up any more billboards. We’re not going to be advertising in any way. The world has been warned. We did our little share and the media picked it up. But now the world has been told, it’s under judgment.”

Ohhhhh right.  He miscalculated.  Duh.  That’s why the world didn’t end, because this dick-bag couldn’t carry the 5.  Ohhh, you get a pass.  This all makes sense now.  We have five more months to live, because the second time around we’re definitely going to believe you.  Either the greatest marketing scheme ever, or October 21, 2011 is going to be the end of the world.  NOT.

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