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Aww, no comments after the prediction? Oh alright, I'll bite

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Actually the bible reads that only 144k people will get to be raptured. 12,000 people of the 12 tribes of Israel.

Where in the Bible do you have those numbers ?

Those to be raptured are those who live a Holy life, whether they be tribe of Osama or Jacob.

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Those to be raptured are those who live a Holy life, whether they be tribe of Osama or Jacob.

Don't believe in that "rapture" crap. It's a bunch of B.S. It's a gimmick, a sales and marketing creation...like these charlatan traders that create a bunch of B.S. trading courses and sell it to unsuspecting people.

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Though there weren't any major earthquakes registered, there were several earthquakes that took place on May 21st, 2011.

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Below are the list of earthquakes that happened on May 21st, 2011.
All in UTC (Coordinated universal time)
00:16am, May 21 - South Sandwich Island Region. Magnitude 5.9
00:41am, May 21 - Northern Alaska. Magnitude 5.2
09:53am, May 21 - Eastern New Guinea Region, Papua New Guinea. Magnitude 5.3
09:17pm, May 21 - Kermadec Islands, New Zealand. Magnitude 6.1
10:06pm, May 21 - Near the east coast of Honshu, Japan. Magnitude 5.8
01:34am, May 22 - Taiwan. Magnitude 5.0

I guess that guy was a little off.

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This site of atheists offered to care for the raptured's pets...for a fee!

"For $135.00 we will guarantee that should the Rapture occur within ten (10) years of receipt of payment, one pet per residence will be saved."


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Judgment Day forecaster points to new doomsday date

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The evangelical Christian broadcaster whose much-ballyhooed Judgment Day prophecy went conspicuously unfulfilled on Saturday has a simple explanation for what went wrong -- he miscalculated.
Instead of the world physically coming to an end on May 21 with a great, cataclysmic earthquake, as he had predicted, Harold Camping, 89, said he now believes his forecast is playing out "spiritually," with the actual apocalypse set to occur five months later, on October 21.
Camping, who launched a doomsday countdown in which some followers spent their life's savings in anticipation of being swept into heaven, issued his correction during an appearance on his "Open Forum" radio show from Oakland, California.
The headquarters of Camping's Family Radio network of 66 U.S. stations had been shuttered over the weekend with a sign on the door that read, "This Office is Closed. Sorry we missed you!"
During a sometimes rambling, 90-minute discourse that included a question-and-answer session with reporters, Camping said he felt bad that Saturday had come and gone without the Rapture he had felt so certain would take place.
Reflecting on scripture afterward, Camping said it "dawned" on him that a "merciful and compassionate God" would spare humanity from "hell on Earth for five months" by compressing the physical apocalypse into a shorter time frame.
But he insisted that October 21 has always been the end-point of his own End Times chronology, or at least, his latest chronology.
The tall, gaunt former civil engineer with a deep voice and prominent ears has been wrong before. More than two decades ago, he publicly acknowledged a failed 1994 prophecy of Christ's return to Earth.
To publicize his latest pronouncement, the Family Radio network posted over 2,000 billboards around the country declaring that Judgment Day was at hand, and believers carried the message on placards in shopping malls and street corners.
Asked what advice he would give to followers who gave up much or all of their worldly possessions in the belief that his Judgment Day forecast would come true, Camping drew a comparison to the nation's recent economic slump.
"We just had a great recession. There's lots of people who lost their jobs, lots of people who lost their houses ... and somehow they all survived," he said.
"People cope, he added. "We're not in the business of giving any financial advice. We're in the business of telling people maybe there is someone you can talk to, and that's God."

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...the actual apocalypse set to occur five months later, on October 21.

WHAT???!!!! It wasn't May 21st, but now it's October 21, 2011.

When will these Trader Charlatans learn to stop Peddling their CRAP?!!! How many lives do they have to ruin? Why can't they learn from the Millerites...

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He"s Back....

It is the ultimate event for which there should never be a sequel.
But the end of the world will come again today, according to a Doomsday prophet who predicted the Apocalypse would arrive five months ago.
California preacher Harold Camping stirred a global frenzy when he prophesised that the all life would be wiped out in the rapture on May 21 with a series of earthquakes followed by months of torment for those left behind.

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Keeping a low profile: The ministry and its 90-year-old leader, Harold Camping, are avoiding the media and perhaps a repeat of the international mockery


However, the 90-year-old behind Family Radio International is being more cautious with his prediction this time.
'I really am beginning to think as I've restudied these matters that there's going to be no big display of any kind. The end is going to come very, very quietly,' he said.




And it appears that Mr Camping is at least partially right with that prediction.
There is little evidence that swarms of believers who once fanned out in cities nationwide with placards advertising Camping's message - some giving up life savings in anticipation of being swept into heaven - are following the latest doomsday countdown.
There are none of the 5,000 billboards posted around the country that declared Judgment Day was at hand.
This time also, the 'ministry' are avoiding the media and perhaps a repeat of the international mockery that followed when believers awoke on May 22 to find themselves still on Earth.

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It's about to happen... er, no it's not: Activists who believed that 'Judgement Day' would happen on May 21, 2011 took to the streets of New York



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Now what? Followers were crestfallen when the rapture did not occur, particularly those who had quit their jobs or donated their life savings

'I'm sorry to disappoint you, but we at Family Radio have been directed to not talk to the media or the press,' Mr Camping's daughter Susan Espinoza told reporters.
Mr Camping, who suffered a mild stroke three weeks after his prediction failed to materialise in May, still spreads the word through his Family Radio International website.
God's judgement and salvation were completed on May 21, Mr Camping said in a message explaining the mix-up in his biblical math.
He said that Christ put the 'unsaved' into judgement on that date, but that it will not be physically seen until today.
'Thus we can be sure that the whole world, with the exception of those who are presently saved (the elect), are under the judgement of God, and will be annihilated together with the whole physical world on October 21,' he wrote on the website.
Followers were crestfallen in May when the rapture did not occur, particularly those who had quit their jobs or donated some of their retirement savings or college funds to spread the judgement day message.
Mr Camping said that doomsday would not be marked by natural disasters or blasts of hellfire.
Mr Camping, a retired civil engineer, also prophesied the Apocalypse would come in 1994, but said later that didn't happen because of a mathematical error.

They think it's all over: A history of failed doomsday predictions

Many scientists accept that our planet will one day be consumed by the Sun, but most have calculated that that will not happened for several billion years.
That hasn't stopped mankind repeatedly predicting that the world is about to end though. In fact, doomsday prophecies have been made ever since we started using calendars, with flood, famine, incoming asteroids and nuclear wars among the favoured causes of annihilation.
Biblical scholars point out that in the Book of Matthew, Jesus himself implies that the world will end within the lifetime of his contemporaries, while a host of scholars made similar predictions in the first millennium.

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Prophets: Christopher Columbus, left, predicted the world would end in 1656, while Sir Isaac Newton said the rapture would come in 1948


The craze appears to have reached a peak in Europe in the Middle Ages. In 1500, Protestant reformer Martin Luther proclaimed that 'the kingdom of abominations shall be overthrown' within 300 years.
Others to get in on the act included Christopher Columbus (1656), mathematician John Napier (1688) and astrologer Sir Isaac Newton (1948).
More recently, the fad for making Doomsday predictions has become popular amongst Christian groups in the U.S. According to website Armageddononline, prophecy teacher Doug Clark announced in 1976 that President Jimmy Carter would be 'the president who will meet Mr. 666 - soon',
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Doomed: One group announced in 1976 that the world would end while Jimmy Carter was president


And about 50 members of a group called the Assembly of Yahweh gathered at Coney Island, New York, in white robes, awaiting their 'rapture' from a world about to be destroyed on May 25, 1981.
'A small crowd of onlookers watched and waited for something to happen. The members chanted prayers to the beat of bongo drums until sunset. The end did not come,' the website notes.
The year 2000 was also expected to usher in an apocalypse of sorts, with aeroplanes falling from the sky and computer systems crashing. The planet survived.
In the days leading up to September 9, 2009, fans of Armageddon insisted that the world would end - 9/9/9 being the emergency services phone number in the UK and also the number of the Devil - albeit upside down. Surprisingly there wasn't the same hyperbole on June 6, 2006.
But if the world does manage to get through today unscathed, believers won't have to wait too long before another popular Doomsday prediction date looms.
The Maya civilisation of South America was for several centuries one of the most advanced in the world. Along with their architectural achievements, the Mayans left us with calendars that, some argue, predict the end of the world on December 21, 2012.



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This site of atheists offered to care for the raptured's pets...for a fee!

"For $135.00 we will guarantee that should the Rapture occur within ten (10) years of receipt of payment, one pet per residence will be saved."


Eternal Earth-Bound Pets

LMAO - That's some guarantee!!!

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about time...this planet is probably the laughing stock of the physical Universe anyway....blow it up

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