Remember when the world was supposed to end on May 21st, as predicted by a popular Christian group? Then, when the world didn’t end (obviously), their prediction was updated to October 21st?
Well, October 21st came and went. And we’re still here. No fire and brimstone, no dramatic rapture of believers into heaven.
The mastermind behind these predictions was Harold Camping, a man that had spent millions of dollars projecting his doomsday message around the world.
After this past failed prediction, it looks like Harold Camping, and the rest of his church, has finally given up with the predictions. However, if you ask some of his congregation, they’re still convinced that “the world ended on May 21st”. Don’t ask me how that’s possible.