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Well,...THAT was disappointing...(That's what SHE said!).
originally posted by: Murgatroid
originally posted by: IAMTAT
OMG! NOOOOOOOOOO...The world just can't end tomorrow!!!!!
There's so many things I still haven't done in my life yet...like listening to chickens getting laid.
You can scratch that one off you're list...
What I discovered is that Chris McCann had made another appearance on Coast to Coast Am, this time on March 8, 2015. I downloaded the show and gave it a listen. Sure enough, McCann is back in the date setting business. Now he is saying that the end of days will land on October 7, 2015.
Here’s how it works. McCann claims that he and Harold Camping were NOT incorrect about May 21, 2011. He says that truly was judgement day. However, it was a “spiritual judgement” rather than the BIG ONE that they had expected. To fully understand this, we need to go back even further.
Now then, according to McCann in his recent interview with George Noory, May 21, 2011 was indeed a silent judgement. On that day, God’s “salvation program” ended. That’s right, McCann is claiming that after May 21, 2011 there is no more salvation. If you weren’t saved prior to that date, you’re out of luck. It’s sort of unclear what he believes has been happening since that time but suffice to say, according to his calculations which he claims to have sourced 100% from the Bible, the world will be NO MORE in October of this year.
One thing that McCann did not mention in his interview with Noory is that back in 2012… he thought the world was going to end that March. It just so happened that I checked out eBible Fellowship earlier that year to see what they were up to, and I was greeted with a new attempt at date setting. Fortunately, I grabbed a screenshot, as this prediction seems to have been scrubbed from the books.
originally posted by: Soloprotocol
Bummer. I just bought 36 packets of noodles. What a waste. Raging.