Camping Doubles Down

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”…


“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.



Filed under Religion, Wingnuts

5 responses to “Camping Doubles Down

  1. Max

    Camping’s calculations were wrong and his assumptions naive, but Rapture and Judgment Day are still relevant! Humanity needs to know the truth. Listen to this very compelling recording from a new spiritual group that is making waves and getting the word out to be spiritually prepared with more than a simple prayer and some bible verses.

  2. Heh. Training at Home for the Rapture.

    “We can teach you how to use Rapture Energies so you can be part of those who leave for the City of Gold in the prophesized Archangelic level Physical Body Ascension Process that will occur before December 21, 2012.”

    More fraudulent, profit-making bullshit.

  3. sassy

    Training at Home for the Rapture

    haha, Ron Hubbard would be soooo jealous

  4. tofkw

    “No one knows the day or the hour.”
    Matthew 24:36

    Max, shouldn’t you, Camping, and the rest or you religious nutbars stop thumping your bibles, and try reading them for a change?

    Also, if I were you I would stop trying to profit off of God’s word. I’m fairly certain there is a special place in the afterlife for those who do so.

  5. Funny, isn’t it, how Camping et. al., seemed to overlook that well-known passage from the Bible seeing as it’s terribly inconvenient to their cynically corrupt business venture.

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