An Oakland evangelist who famously — and incorrectly — predicted the end of the world on May 21 has said the “final end of everything” will probably happen today.Harold Camping, founder of the nonprofit Christian radio network Family Radio Worldwide, has posted several lengthy statements on his website, www.familyradio.com, explaining why the original date of May 21 was incorrect and predicting that today would most likely be “the final end of everything.” Read More
A 3.6-magnitude earthquake shook Contra Costa County on Saturday night, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The quake struck about 2 miles south of Hercules just after 7 p.m. and had a 6-mile depth, according to the USGS.
A witness in Alameda felt her apartment building shake just after the quake began."I thought it was the Rapture," she said. Read More
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If Oakland radio preacher Harold Camping is correct, today will be the last tolerable day on planet Earth. On Saturday, Camping’s global forecast calls for a flurry of massive earthquakes and a 100 percent chance of the biblical rapture, in which he said people not chosen for salvation will be “dying like flies.”
Afraid you won’t be among the lucky few snatched up into the bright white glory of the hereafter? You should be. Read More