Sunday, May 22, 2011

Believers of Saturday, May 21, 2011 Rapture get no satisfaction, and await response from silent Harold Camping
Sue Espinoza was planted before the television, awaiting news of her father's now infamous prediction: cataclysmic earthquakes auguring the end of humanity.  God's wrath was supposed to begin in New Zealand and then race across the globe, leaving millions of bodies wherever the clock struck 6 p.m. But the hours ticked by, and New Zealand survived. Time zone by time zone, the apocalypse failed to materialize.
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...meanwhile, secular world mocks Camping's false predictions
The 89-year-old Californian preacher and radio host had prophesied that the Rapture would begin at 6pm May 21st in each of the world’s time zones, with non-believers wiped out by rolling earthquakes, as the saved ascended into heaven.
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