“2012 Apocalypse Prophecy is Nonsense” Says Guy Who Prophecized Apocalypse in 2011

Posted by Justin on December 28th, 2011
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Harold Camping, who famously predicted the rapture twice in 2011, has retired from his role as host on the Christian station Family Radio Network and from doomsday predictions in general. An aide says Camping will make no proclamations for the coming year.

And as for those persistent theories that the Mayan calendar heralds the end of days in 2012. You know, the ones that threaten to turn all of our New Year’s Resolutions into Bucket List items?

Fake.

One thing is guaranteed, however: Camping will not be jumping on the bandwagon with people who believe the world will end on Dec. 21, 2012 — the date that supposedly marks the end of the Mayan calendar cycle. “Mr. Camping does not believe the Mayan calendar holds any significance at all,” Espinoza said in an email.

I can’t explain it, but I think this makes the 2012 prophecy slightly more credible.

[Life's Little Mysteries]

  • Shades 549

    With Camping’s abysmal record of always being wrong about the end of the world, him saying that it won’t happen in 2012 is the first sign that we may have something to worry about.