Harold Camping has now officially come out with a statement about why the world didn’t end two days ago on May 21, the day he guaranteed the rapture would take place. His excuse? Apparently May 21 was an invisible judgement day. . .
Saturday was “an invisible judgment day” in which a spiritual judgment took place, he said. But the timing and the structure is the same as it has always been, he said.
“We’ve always said May 21 was the day, but we didn’t understand altogether the spiritual meaning,” he said. “May 21 is the day that Christ came and put the world under judgment.”
It has been said before that the invisible and non-existent look astonishingly alike. Apparently, now, the apocalypse will surely come in five months, on October 21, the day he originally claimed it would take place. Keep in mind that his original original claim was that it would take place in 1994, but he fudged his numbers.
But Camping said that he’s now realized the apocalypse will come five months after May 21, the original date he predicted. He had earlier said Oct. 21 was when the globe would be consumed by a fireball.
Can we please stop giving air time to this quack? It’s not only ludicrous, it’s dangerous. Some people actually take this man seriously, and people do knee-jerkingly irrational and insane things when they think the world is coming to an end.