The Rapture Has Been Moved to October
In case you don't think that Harold Camping is crazy. Here is some more proof. According to Gawker, 89-year-old HAROLD CAMPING, the preacher who runs Family Radio and made the prediction, must realize that he screwed up. Right? Wrong.
Harold's full prediction claimed that May 21st was supposed to be the Rapture. The righteous would be called up to heaven, earthquakes would devastate Earth, and we'd all live in misery until God finally destroyed us on October 21st.
So even though May 21st didn't happen, Harold is still sticking by his October 21st prediction.
Harold says, quote, "We were convinced that on May 21, God would return in a very physical way by bringing in an earthquake and ushering the final five months of judgment. When we look at it spiritually, we find that he did come."
So we're not sure how he came spiritually. But Harold says he did. And he continues, quote, "The world has been warned. The world is under judgment. We're just learning we have to look at all of this more spiritual. But it won't be spiritual on October 21."
If this doesn't scream crazy, I don't know what does.