As expected, evangelical fraudster Harold Camping has devised a convoluted explanation for why the Rapture did not take place as predicted on Saturday. Disregarding all his talk about a cataclysmic global earthquake that would usher in the End Times, Camping now claims that if looked at “spiritually” the Redeemer “did come”…[youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBevUZE0TNw%5D
“I was wrong. It was to be understood spiritually, not physically,” the nearly dead scam artist said. “And yet the sense of it is still the same: that Judgement has come.”
According to Camping, “there’s a big difference now in the world that we can’t detect with our eyes, but we can know from the Bible.”
The unscrupulous fraudster now maintains that the world will end, just as he’d predicted all along, on October 21, 2011.
Too bad “judgement” won’t be coming beforehand in the form of a class-action lawsuit from all the gullible fools he bilked out of $70 million over the years.