Obvious incredible – End of the world does not come on May 21

discoveryHarold Camping preacher from California believes that the end of the world will come May 21, 2011, according to him this day to happen the second coming of Christ.
According to forecasts camping, the doomsday will occur around 18:00, and 2% of the population immediately ascended into heaven, and the rest will be sent straight to hell.
“If Camping performed with the usual pulpit, it would be easy to ignore as another religious eccentric wrong prediction apocalypse. But this elderly gentleman is ubiquitous – it is present on the American airwaves and billboards – and his incredible outlook Yom Kippur is almost impossible not to hear” – the author writes Guy Adams.

Every day, 89-year-old Camping, a former civil engineer, appeals to his followers through Family Radio Network – religious broadcasting organization, which is funded through charitable donations of listeners. Their generosity is so large (assets of $ 120 million), the network now owns 66 radio stations in the U.S. only. Over 2 thousands of posters across the U.S. are decorated with his slogans, among them: Truby alarm to warn people!
Camping, which makes programs in 48 languages, boasts followers around the world, radio stations it has in South Africa and Russia, and Turkey. He claims that in 70 years of Bible study, he developed a system that uses mathematics to interpret encrypted in her predictions. According to him, the doomsday will come on May 21, because it would be 722,500 days from April 1, 1933 BC, when, as he believes Jesus Christ was crucified. The figure of 722,500 is important, as is achieved by the double multiplication of the three sacred numbers (5,10 and 17) on each other.
In his opinion, recent events such as earthquakes in Japan, New Zealand and Haiti, are harbingers of the coming Day of Judgement.
Critics point out that Camping is not the first time predicts the second coming. September 6, 1994 hundreds of his students gathered in a hall in Alameda (California) in the vain expectation of Christ’s coming.
“At the moment I have not had time to thoroughly examine a significant part of the Bible – Camping said last week. – But now we have been able to spend a huge amount of extra work, and God gave us irrefutable proof that this really happens.”
Earlier, researchers from the National University of Mexico claim that representatives of the Mayan civilization had never predicted the end of the world in 2012.

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