Falling flat on his prophetic face...
American preacher, Harold Camping, from California fell flat on hs prophetic face with his false judgement that the world would end on May 21 2011 - it was off by five months according to him. He has made some new calculations and things would actually end on October 21, 2011, this year. Yeah right, Mr Camping!
Harold was so upset that 200 million Christians would not be joining him on Judgement Day, that he fled to a motel with his wife. Camping in a motel, perhaps?
His independent ministry, Family Radio International, allegedly spent millions of dollars -some donations - on more than 5,000 billboards plastered with Judgement Day messages. One follower personally spent $140,000 in savings on this religious crackpot's inane claims.
It's not the first time he has failed in his apolyptic predictions - the first in 1994.
Every person with even a shred of grey brain matter knows that 2012 is the most popular year that many seers from the Hopi Indians to Nostrodamus have predicted as "judgement day" - but most state it is more about a time of great human change, rather than some cataclysmic and apolyptic disaster.
The real jugement day is known only by the creator - there is no code to be deciphered in the Bible