If you’re planning something big this weekend, you better plan it on Friday. Why? Because, according to Prophesier Harold Camping, the world is going to end on Saturday.
How will the world end?
In an interview this week, Harold had the following to say about the end of the world and exactly how it’s going to happen:
“When we get to May 21 on the calendar in any city or country in the world, and the clock says about — this is based on other verses in the Bible — when the clock says about 6 p.m., there’s going to be this tremendous earthquake that’s going to make the last earthquake in Japan seem like nothing in comparison. And the whole world will be alerted that Judgment Day has begun. And then it will follow the sun around for 24 hours. As each area of the world gets to that point of 6 p.m. on May 21, then it will happen there, and until it happens, the rest of the world will be standing far off and witnessing the horrible thing that is happening.”
According to Harold, the entire effect of the event will end on October 21, 2011.
But how sure is Harold – who wrongfully predicted that the world would end in 1994 as well (and we don’t need to tell you how that turned out) – so sure that May 21st 2011 is the beginning of the end of the world?
“God has given sooo much information in the Bible about this, and so many proofs, and so many signs, that we know it is absolutely going to happen without any question at all.”
When asked if he’ll be embarassed if it doesn’t happen this weekend, Harold had the following to say:
“I’m not even thinking about that at all. It. Is. Going. To. Happen,” he says.
Only time will tell if that is, in fact, true but millions of people are not only skeptical of Camping’s beliefs but downright angry that he would put his thoughts on billboards all across the world.
We want to know what you think: Is Harold Camping right? Is the world going to end on May 21, 2011?