posted on May, 20 2011 @ 11:19 AM
I've recently became acquainted with Harold Camping's prediction. Not sure what to make of it as one man can't predict when the Rapture will
Marilyn Hughes is an author who talks about how she has out-of-body experiences (for years now) where she is petitioned by Heavenly Beings to save
roaming souls who don't know they are dead. She has written about numerous accounts of when she visited realms of Heaven. One account is she was
shown a spiritual Being who was furiously, calculating. She asked her guide what that Being doing and why. She was told this Being was responsible for
calculating the 2nd coming of Christ or the Rapture and nobody, not even the Guide knew the time or day.
I think Harold Camp can draw conclusions or even speculate as the events on earth seem to align with major themes within the Bible, especially
If I were a betting person, I would think it would be more along the lines of Oct 21, 2011 when we line up with "Comet Elenin" and it's meteor tail
which will cause havoc on Earth.
Also compelling is a recent guest on Coast to Coast - David Elkington. He is a Bible scholar who had an opportunity to personally look at the newly
found (or rather, newly claimed to the public since 2009) 70 lead tablets in the middle east. During his interview with George Noory, he said these
tablets are the oldest written Bible text we have to date, older than the Dead Sea Scrolls. He said what was learned by a team of scholars is all
religions are in essence the same or striving and serving the same God. He also mentioned May 2011 as significant, but didn't go on. George said, did
you know there are predictions of May 21st being the Rapture. David truly didn't know this and quickly dismissed any type of "predictions". He said
he was only relaying what the tablets said.
Below is an expert on David Elkington:
Appearing in the middle two hours, British scholar and author David Elkington spoke about the extraordinary discovery of 70 ancient metal religious
books that could alter the world's view of biblical history (related article). Elkington, who was privileged to examine the lead tablets in person,
said the books contain images and a form of paleo-Hebrew writing, measure about three to four inches across, many are sealed, and almost all appear to
be authentic. "If they are forgeries, what are they forgeries of, because you don't forge something that's unique," he noted. Laboratory
metallurgical tests confirmed they are of ancient provenance, he continued, adding that the book form of the metal documents points to an early
According to Elkington, these books are a major find for Christianity, as they appear to confirm the story of Jesus presented in the New Testament
gospel accounts. The metal pages include iconography of 7-branched Jewish menorahs, fruiting palm trees, and eight-pointed stars, which are indicative
of Messianic descriptions in the Bible, he explained. One book depicts a first century topographic map of Jerusalem, complete with a crucifix just
beyond the city walls and a tomb, presumably belonging to Christ, he noted. Another tablet portrays images inspired by Palm Sunday, he added. A
cursory analysis of the books seems to indicate that Jesus did exist and this is the first ever hard evidence for it, Elkington declared. He also
briefly commented on the connection of this finding with the sealed books of Revelation.
You have to dig deep within Google to find mention of the May 2011 event David briefly talks about. I don't have it readily available.
Therefore, I find it interesting and compelling, but I'm not ready to quit my job on what "man" says or predicts. I think what came out of this for
me, is to take inventory of my own spiritual evolution and whether I am prepared from a disaster standpoint and if I am truly (trying) to live a good