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May 25, 2011

World's End rescheduled for October 21

That's the good news. The bad news is that, according to Camping, the great universal cataclysm will take place within five months, ie on 21 October.

The pastor, 89, returned to his radio show a little with their tails between their legs, but alive, to tell his listeners about the negative impact that had on him that would not end the world destroyed by a incalculable earthquake intensity, as predicted.

Camping also promised ascension to heaven of some 200 million Christians.

"When the May 21 and nothing happened, he began a very difficult time for me," admitted the American pastor, founder of Family Radio station.

"I wondered what was going on. Check in my head all the promises God had made. I prayed a lot, God, what happened?" He said.
The new date

That same question is that will be doing many of the followers of Camping, especially those who quit their jobs or who donated $ 100 million or more, costing the ad campaign to spread "good news" of Judgement Final.
Notice of the Final Judgement.

Warnings on the Final Judgement were dated and were everywhere.

One of them, Robert Fitzpatrick, spent his life savings (about $ 140,000) to spread the word.

The other is Jeff Hopkins, who set up an ad on the roof of his car and went back and forth between Long Island and New York to publicize it.

"It was like getting a slap in the face," said Hopkins, a television exproductor.

The pastor Camping, meanwhile, claims to have felt so bad when his prophecy did not materialize, he took refuge in a motel with his wife.

However, to revisit the scriptures, soon made him the light, God had wanted to take the hell on earth for five months.

Camping insisted that their latest calculations give a date October 21 inevitable.

The pastor, however, had been wrong with a similar prediction in 1994.

The question therefore is whether the third will be the charm.
The evangelical Christian preacher Harold Camping, who garnered jeers to predict, wrongly, that the world would end on 21 May, admitted having made a mistake in their calculations.

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