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and Judgment Day is coming this May--update, Oct

Postby dobbie » Tue Mar 29, 2011 4:24 am

Image In the way of a public service announcement, or as a reminder for those of you who knew this already but you forgot, Judgment Day begins May 21. So be prepared on your part and stock up on the vodka.

http://www.ebiblefellowship.com/may21/
1988 AD—This year ended the church age and began the great tribulation period of 23 years (13,000 years from creation).

2011 AD—On May 21, Judgment Day will begin and the rapture (the taking up into heaven of God's elect people) will occur at the end of the 23-year great tribulation. On October 21, the world will be destroyed by fire (7000 years from the flood; 13,023 years from creation).
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Judgment Day? Video

Postby dobbie » Tue Mar 29, 2011 7:34 am

Image Heard the latest, Judgment Day coming May 21, 2011? Now that's a fine cup of coffee.

The video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJQFVqnlZTw
04:30
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the world will be gone on October 21

Postby dobbie » Fri Apr 01, 2011 10:51 pm

The world will be gone on October 21

Web:
2011 AD—On May 21, Judgment Day will begin and the rapture (the
taking up into heaven of God's elect people) will occur. On October 21, the world will be destroyed by fire
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Image I propose that on October 22 we start the calendar over at year zero.

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We know absolutely

Postby dobbie » Wed Apr 13, 2011 2:33 am

This video is fun from Feb 2010:
“We know without any question, we know absolutely that May 21 will be the Day of Judgment.â€
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Judgment Day Caravan

Postby dobbie » Wed Apr 13, 2011 2:53 am

And here's what we've all been waiting for, the Judgment Day Caravan video.

This video implies there will be no Halloween this year. “On October 21, 2011 there will be dead bodies all over this earth. They’re not even going to be buried.â€
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What about the children? (cough)

Postby dobbie » Tue May 10, 2011 5:15 pm

Here's a gem.

May21ists believe and in fact know they’re going to heaven in the near future, but a “high school health education teacher is crying because the end of the world means her daughters won’t be able to have children of their own.â€
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we're all done this May 21

Postby dobbie » Thu May 12, 2011 10:27 pm

news may 21 2011

Philippines - A U.S.-based Christian group took to the streets of Manila earlier this week to preach that the end of the world is fast approaching -- on May 21 at sunset, to be precise.

Volunteers from the religious group Family Radio, a Christian radio network in the United States, donned neon-coloured t-shirts and walked along Manila's main thoroughfares, handing out pamphlets to passerby with warnings of impending Judgement Day.

The designation of May 21 came from Family Radio president Harold Camping, who predicted that date through a series of mathematical calculations and the unravelling of codes behind the Bible story of the great flood.

He was convinced that God gave hints of doomsday in the scriptures and that it was their job to decode them.

One volunteer, Kenji Hoffman, left his family and his successful job as a mechanic in the U.S to join the Family Radio crusade around the world, used his savings to get to the Philippines.

He said he believed God had left clear signs that the world was coming to an end.

"He gave Abraham warning, he gave Noah warning, he gave Lot warning and he gave Ninevites warning, and so he's giving us warning that he is about to come," Hoffman said.

Camping had also predicted that the world would end in September 1994, following previous calculations. After this prediction failed, he said his prediction for 2011 would definitely come true.

But few people in this majority Catholic country appeared to be paying much attention to the warnings.

"It might really happen since there's a lot of sin in the world. It will happen, but not in the way they were predicting," said a bus inspector.

Despite the sceptical response, members of Family Radio -- which was founded in 1959 -- remained unfazed.

"The world is temporal. We are seeking for an eternal one, eternal things," said a recent convert.

source:
http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/05/12/uk-philippines-doomsday-idUSLNE74B01H20110512
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Zombie Planet is coming this May 21

Postby dobbie » Sat May 14, 2011 3:36 am

Zombie Planet is coming this May 21
[quote] [01:15][color=green] “Basically what the Bible says will occur on May 21 is that there will be a worldwide earthquake that will open the graves. All the people that have been saved through history--their bodies are going to be glorified and resurrected.â€
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Postby Cephus » Sun May 15, 2011 3:44 pm

It kinda sucks, if the world does end, it'll be during my vacation. Good thing it's all nonsense.
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harold in heaven

Postby dobbie » Fri May 20, 2011 8:01 pm

UPDATE: news may 20 2011
http://www.fox11online.com/dpps/news/strange/atheists-pity-believers-awaiting-saturday-rapture-ob11-jgr_3816950

Religion - As followers of religious broadcaster Harold Camping await the Rapture he predicts will happen Saturday evening, atheists are holding a 3-day convention in Washington.

American Atheists President David Silverman jokes, "Our problems are going to end because apparently all the Christians are going to go away."

On a more serious note, Silverman says he pities believers who have quit their jobs, only to face disappointment and embarrassment when the sun comes up Sunday morning and they're still here.

Hundreds of Christians who believe Camping's prediction met recently in Delaware, certain that they'll soon be taken up to be with Jesus.
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6 pm

Postby dobbie » Sat May 21, 2011 9:32 pm

UPDATE: 6 pm

news may 21 2011
http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20110521/ts_nm/us_apocalypse_prediction

CA - With no sign of Judgment Day arriving as he had forecast, the 89-year-old California evangelical broadcaster and former civil engineer behind the pronouncement seemed to have gone silent on Saturday.

Family Radio, the Christian stations network headed by Harold Camping which had spread his message of an approaching doomsday, was playing recorded church music, devotionals and life advice unrelated to the apocalypse.

Camping previously made a failed prediction Jesus Christ would return to Earth in 1994.

In his latest pronouncement, he had said doomsday would begin in Asia, but with midnight local time come and gone in Tokyo and Beijing and those cities already in the early hours of May 22, there was no indication of an apocalypse.

The Oakland, California, headquarters of the network of 66 U.S. stations was shuttered with a sign in the door that read "This Office is Closed. Sorry we missed you!"

Family Radio officials, with the help of supporters, had posted over 2,000 billboards around the country warning of a May 21 Judgment Day.

The headquarters, which appears to be normally closed on Saturday, was also shuttered on Friday.

In Oakland, the same city where Camping's network is based, over 200 people gathered at an atheist convention at a Masonic lodge where speakers jokingly took note of the Judgment Day pronouncement.

Retired Metropolitan Transportation Authority worker Robert Fitzpatrick, 60, said he spent more than $140,000 of his savings on subway posters and bus shelter advertisements warning of the May 21 Judgment Day.

But in Fitzpatrick's view, from his reading of the Bible, Judgment Day would begin around 6 p.m. Eastern Time. He said on Saturday he still had no doubt Judgment Day would come this day.

"I wouldn't even entertain that question because there's too much proof from the Bible," he said.
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Postby bijane » Sat May 21, 2011 11:32 pm

To the end of the world: better luck next year! 8)
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Revelations 22:18 ...If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book
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flabbergasted

Postby dobbie » Mon May 23, 2011 7:55 pm

UPDATE: May 22. Harold is "flabbergasted"

news may 23 2011
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2011/05/23/national/main20065398.shtml

Calif. - The day after his prediction that the world would end on May 21, 2011 failed to materialize, Harold Camping told the San Francisco Chronicle he was "flabbergasted."

The 89-year-old fundamentalist minister and head of the Family Radio media empire, who had led his Christian followers to believe last Saturday marked the Rapture and the countdown to Judgment Day, said he will make a full statement on his radio broadcast later on Monday.

Camping said he was looking for answers - through frequent prayer and discussions with friends - as to why his prediction of the Rapture and the run-up to the destruction of Earth had not come to pass.

"It has been a really tough weekend," said Camping.
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Oct 21

Postby dobbie » Tue May 24, 2011 8:16 pm

UPDATE MAY 24
New date set: Oct 21 (no Halloween this year)


news may 24 2011
http://news.yahoo.com/s/livescience/20110524/sc_livescience/faileddoomsdayhasrealdeadlyconsequences

Religion - Harold Camping, the 89-year-old leader whose study of the Bible convinced him and his followers that the world would end, has been described by his wife as "flabbergasted" that the apocalypse didn’t start over the weekend. There are some red faces out there. And if that's all it had been, then one could argue no great harm had been done.

But while Camping and his followers try to figure out what went wrong (or right) — with news Monday night that he now says Judgment Day will come on Oct. 21 — the failed prophecy did more than just damage Camping's credibility: It also appears to have caused death and serious injury to true believers.

A California woman was one of millions who heard Camping's message, and became concerned that her daughters would suffer terribly in the coming apocalypse. She allegedly forced her daughters, 11 and 14, to lie on a bed and then cut their throats with a box cutter. She then tried to kill herself, though police arrested her and all three survived.

An elderly man in Taiwan reportedly killed himself on May 5 ahead of the Rapture by jumping out of a building. He had heard that doomsday was imminent, and had taken recent earthquakes and tsunamis as early warning signs.

It's easy to dismiss and ridicule failed prophets as modern-day harmless Chicken Littles misleading the gullible, but apocalyptic visions can have deadly consequences —even when they are wrong.
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Harold sets date anyway

Postby dobbie » Tue May 24, 2011 8:20 pm

UPDATE MAY 24
Harold claims that May 21 was a "spiritual" Judgment Day. The end will still come October 21.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2zuGfYawPs
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