At age 90, Harold Camping doesn’t have any more doomsday predictions. At least not right now.
End of the World
Prepare yourself: the end is here. The end of the end of the world predictions, that is.
Today marks the end of the world! Again! No, no—for real this time.
“(The Rapture will) be finished out on Oct. 21, that’s coming very shortly. That looks like it will be … the final end of everything.”
— HAROLD CAMPING, giving an update on when the Rapture, an event he says started on May …
Freaking out about the end of the world? Then you’re in luck, because a California company now offers space in its “economy class” shelters for under $10,000.
“That was awkward. ‘No one knows the day or the hour …’ Matthew 24:36”
— A BILLBOARD in Greensboro, N.C., that appeared after Harold Camping’s non-rapture event. (via My Fox 8)
It was just invisible.
Sure, we don’t yet know if the U.S. has bypassed any rapture threats. But by all accounts, much of the eastern hemisphere has ticked over to May 22nd unscathed. And the jokes and sarcasm have continued to flow through the Twittersphere.
Sensational Rapture headlines have dominated the media recently, but is that what you really should be paying attention to?
NewsFeed has been watching the predicted impending Rapture, scheduled for Saturday evening. But the truth is TIME has had its eye on the End of Days for quite a while.
Read these links before the world ends.
Apocalyptic predictions may be few and far between, but apocalyptic depictions are rather frequent.