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This group predicted Doomsday on May 21, 2011

Message "Apocalypse Soon Again" deployed in several U.S. cities, even to Africa.

Forget the speculation that the end of the world will occur on December 12, 2012 as the end of the Mayan calendar. An independent Christian groups in the U.S. even predicted the end will come more quickly: 21 May 2011.

Is Marie Exley, a U.S. Army veteran who campaigned heavily this doomsday warning. Exley is a member of the U.S. independent churches that preach through radio broadcasts and the Internet. This church group claiming to base his prediction on the Bible.

They are aggressively spreading the message of doom through billboards, benches at bus stops, the caravan, and mobilize volunteers distribute pamphlets in various corners of the city, from Bridgeport to Little Rock, Arkansas. To spread the message outside the U.S., they even have a group of volunteers who would go around Africa and Latin America.

"Many people might think: the end will come, let's celebrate. But our Lord commanded to give a warning," said Exley. "I could be like everyone else, but it is better to know when the apocalypse comes, you know, you will be safe."

In August, Exley left his home in Colorado Springs, to work at a community radio in Oakland, California. Radio is radio Christian ministry headed by Harold Camping - the person most responsible for this version of end times prophecy.

"If you still want to say we're crazy, please. But it never hurts to see this message," said Exley.

Harold Camping (89) believe the Bible basically functions as a cosmic calendar that describes exactly the things that can be foreseen.

Retired engineer claims that his calculations are based on the Bible. Various external events, such as Israel's founding in 1948, according to him are signs that confirm the accuracy of calculations. "Without a doubt, I believe May 21 is the day of appointment and judgments," he said.

Camping believe, in October 2011, the people who believe will take them to heaven and the sinners remain in the Earth to the punishment.

What if May 21 passed without any?
"If May 21 passed and I'm still here, then I'm not saved. Does that mean the word of God is not accurate? Not at all," he argued.

Prediction Camping diamini not many other churches. They said, no one can be sure the day or hour of the universe will end.
Camping a la prediction is not new. A Baptist group leader, William Miller had predicted the world ending October 22, 1844 ago, yet the sun still shines brightly to this day.


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