The Rapture is here ... again. If you're like me, you likely forgot that Oakland evangelist Harold Camping rescheduled the Rapture for October 21, after the world failed to end on May 21. I haven't seen any piles of clothes lying around, so I'm guessing we were all left behind.
Looks like doomsday predictor Camping is wrong ... for a third time (he had previously predicted that the end of the world would be 1994). The 90-year-old tried to save face in May, claiming an "invisible judgment" and a "spiritual" return had taken place.
Camping's Family Radio group had a billboard at Charlotte and Truman guaranteeing Judgment Day on May 21. After the world didn't end, he said there would be no more billboards, and we'd all been warned.
In June, Camping almost met his maker after suffering a stroke.
The video above from Hong Kong-based Next Media Animation should bring you up to speed.
Wonder what Camping will have to say tomorrow.
H/t: SF Weekly.