May 21 Judgement Day Details Revealed by Rev. Camping

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Reverend Camping of Family Radio has revealed exactly what to expect on May 21 Judgement Day.

At 6 p.m. local time, on May 21, 2011, where ever you live, there will be a tremendous earthquake. This earthquake will be like no other. The earthquake alerts the world that The Rapture is starting. The earthquake will be so powerful that it will open the graves and the dead will rise up, and the saved dead will ascend up into heaven with the living that have been saved. Reverend Camping will be viewing the Judgement Day as it’s happening live on TV and listening on the radio. Reverend Camping says it will start in Fiji and New Zealand, and you’ll be able to view it as it’s coming around to you, because this will be big news, of course. It’s a little difficult to understand exactly how we’re going to see it on TV, if the earthquakes will be as abundant as graphic as he states, since the TV stations will surely be out of operation, but we can take his word for it, if we wish.

If you’re not saved in the Rapture, then you’re going to be in a pickle. Only the “true believers” will be saved. About 7 billion people will be in a “tremendous, terrible situation.” Millions of people will die, and there will not even be enough people alive to bury them. The whole world will be in chaos, and suffering terribly, states Reverend Camping. The suffering will continue until October 21st, which Camping says God will completely destroy the Earth.

Reverend Camping believes this with all his heart and soul. He won’t even entertain the possibility that it won’t happen. If you’ve ever heard him speak, you know that he can be quite adamant about this. He was quoted in New York Magazine as saying, “It. Is. Going. To. Happen.” Case closed, no questions about it what-so-ever.

He is so secure in his belief, he’s a curious subject. You can hear his 89 years of knowledge as he speaks with his deep, rumbling voice. He says he’s been studying the bible for 50 years, and has come to this conclusion through deep study. If he had dementia, the people closest to him wouldn’t let him carry on about this. There’s no telling how many people he’s convinced about the May 21 Judgement Day. If it’s all hog-wash, how could so many people be persuaded?

A Conversation With Harold Camping, Prophesier of Judgment Day

(Photo Source: New York Magazine)

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