Appears Again, the issue of May 21, 2011 Judgement

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Previously, Harold Camping predicted the end of the world will come on September 6, 1994.

When designing its future is optimistic person, group of followers of Christianity in the United States it is preparing for a doomsday version of those who are expected to come four days, May 21, 2011.

They also invite others to join the campaign to panic with doomsday warnings through a large billboard that read "Judgement Day May 21" or "World End Has Come 'to the world. Similarly Messages spread through Twitter, Facebook, fliers, and radio.

That the end will come May 21, 2011 derived from the fruit of the mind radio evangelist 89 years old, Harold Camping. Using mathematical calculations he interprets his own making vague predictions in the Gospels.

This is not the first doomsday predictions. Previously, he predicts the Day of Judgement will come on September 6, 1994 - in which the believers up into heaven, leaving the other men who are destined to experience torture.

However, in 1994 passed without any incident. Earth is still spinning, life continues until this day. However, Camping not give up, he issued a new doomsday predictions - tinkering with her version of the equation once more and then called the May 21, 2011 as the end of the world.

Camping claimed, after some 200 million Christians have taken up to heaven next Saturday, the Earth would be like hell for five months - until October 21, 2011 later, where life really ends.

How he found that his estimates? This calculation Camping: he believed Jesus was crucified on April 1 year 33 AD, or 722 500 days before May 21, 2011. That number is the square of 5 x 10 x 17.

In his own system of numerology, the number five represent the 'redemption', number 10 is 'perfection', and 17 means 'heaven'. "Five times 10 times 17 is a story. Where Jesus paid for all your sins," says Camping. "I fell off the chair when aware of it."

Over the past few months, predictions Camping received help from the Christian fundamentalists. The volunteers spread the message to the entire world.

However, not all Christians believe that prediction. Many doubt it. Especially in the Gospel of Matthew, is mentioned, Jesus said, the Day of Judgement can not be foreseen.

Moreover, previously apocalypse predicted by a Baptist group leader, William Miller. He said, the world ended last October 22, 1844, yet the sun still shines brightly to this day.

Is it true that the world will end May 21, 2011? Time will tell.

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