Beware!: Doomsday Coming October 21 2011
According to the Doomsday Prophecy that the world will end on October 21 2011, the majority of people will not be saved by Jesus in the Rapture. Harold Camping originally predicted that somewhere between 2 and 4 million humans would be saved in the 2011 Rapture by Jesus, but other sources say that number could be much higher. Regardless of which Biblical expert your consult, the number remains in the double digits of the millions, leaving the majority of mankind behind on Doomsday 2011.
Many Christians believed that they would be among the chosen faithful to be saved on May 21, 2011 – the first Harold Camping driven doomsday prediction for 2011. The May 21 Rapture was clearly a bust, but the Jesus faithful are preparing for Doomsday on October 21 regardless.
What Happened on May 21 2011?
There were earthquakes and volcano eruptions on May 21 2011, but nothing too far out of the ordinary, causing the faithful to believe that Jesus came for the Rapture only to leave them behind. Harold Camping, the man who calculated the biblical math to determine the dates of May 21 and October 21 2011, spoke to the media the day after to confirm his miscalculation of the God’s word. Despite the May 21 Doomsday miscalculation, many still believe Camping has determined the exact date of the Rapture.
Prepare for Judgement Day 2011
The date of October 21 Judgement Day may prove to be true, or Harold Camping may once again be incorrect with his End of the World Prediction. We encourage you to prepare for Judgement Day 2011 regardless of your belief, as there is real math behind Camping’s prediction. Whether saved in the Rapture or lost during the End of the World, October 21 2011 will be a monumental day in history.