We all know that radio host and spiritual leader Harold Camping predicted the world would end on Saturday.  It did not.  He went onto his radio show for his first public address after the failed prediction.  Camping said  "The first question, is 'Camping, what about you? Are you ready to shoot yourself or go on a booze trip or whatever?'"

No, was the overall answer.  After spending millions to promote the end of the world for everyone and the beginning of the trip to heaven for the true Christians.   We were supposed to experience an earthquake around 6pm followed by 5 months of apocalyptic destruction famine and whatnot until the real "end date" of October 21.

When confronted by reporters after this all didn't go down Camping said he was "flabbergasted" and would "say more" on Monday.

Judgement Day

And so he did. "I can tell you personally," Camping told his listeners, and a collection of journalists live in the studio, "that when May 21 came and went it was a very difficult time for me." He spent Saturday night in a hotel, avoiding the press and praying. But "the light dawned" when he read a quote from his friend Gabriel Otero, who told "local newsmedia" that, back on September 7, 1994, the last time Camping predicted the end of the world, God had returned "in a mystical way." And, in reading Otero's words, Camping realized that he had been "looking at the Bible too earthly... when the Bible is a very spiritual book." Which led him to conclude:

We were convinced that on May 21, God would return in a very physical way by bringing in an earthquake and ushering the final five months of judgement. When we look at it spiritually, we find that he did come.

So mark your calendars for October 21. And be nice for the next five months! Because you're under judgment.

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