OK — here’s yet another false prophet making millions of dollars by selling fear.  However, consider that 5-22 gematria equals 9, and we may be seeing another planned attack by the Sabbatean Satanists controlling the world’s stage.  Perhaps the “elitists” will be following the star charts and biblical agenda too??

Who is responsible for millions of dollars worth of billboards dotting the world proclaiming the world will end 5-22?   A retired “engineer” named Harry Camping is who.  Apparently, Camping likes to interpret the Vatican’s Bible for his own agenda.

Take a look at this guy?  Remember the Speilberg movie Poltergeist II?  Remember the creepy “pastor” all decked in black?  Doesn’t this cat remind you of him – especially when facing the “light”.  Also, is it my imagination, or does his shadow look altered??

Take a gander at the San Francisco Chronicle’s story on this bird last year:

Biblical scholar’s date for rapture: May 21, 2011

THEOLOGY

January 01, 2010|By Justin Berton, Chronicle Staff Writer
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    Former civil engineer Harold Camping of Oakland, who runs Family Radio, has studied the Bible for almost 70 years.
    Credit: Lance Iversen / The Chronicle

Harold Camping lets out a hearty chuckle when he considers the people who believe the world will end in 2012.

“That date has not one stitch of biblical authority,” Camping says from the Oakland office where he runs Family Radio, an evangelical station that reaches listeners around the world. “It’s like a fairy tale.”

The real date for the end of times, he says, is in 2011.

The Mayans and the recent Hollywood movie “2012” have put the apocalypse in the popular mind this year, but Camping has been at this business for a long time. And while Armageddon is pop science or big-screen entertainment to many, Camping has followers from the Bay Area to China.

Camping, 88, has scrutinized the Bible for almost 70 years and says he has developed a mathematical system to interpret prophecies hidden within the Good Book. One night a few years ago, Camping, a civil engineer by trade, crunched the numbers and was stunned at what he’d found: The world will end

This is not the first time Camping has made a bold prediction about Judgment Day.

On Sept. 6, 1994, dozens of Camping’s believers gathered inside Alameda’s Veterans Memorial Building to await the return of Christ, an event Camping had promised for two years. Followers dressed children in their Sunday best and held Bibles open-faced toward heaven.

But the world did not end. Camping allowed that he may have made a mathematical error. He spent the next decade running new calculations, as well as overseeing a media company that has grown significantly in size and reach.

“We are now translated into 48 languages and have been transmitting into China on an AM station without getting jammed once,” Camping said. “How can that happen without God’s mercy?”

His office is flanked by satellite dishes in the parking lot that transmit his talk show, “Open Forum.” In the Bay Area, he’s heard on 610 AM, KEAR. Camping says his company owns about 55 stations in the United States alone, and that his message arrives on every continent.

“I’m looking forward to it,” said Ted Solomon, 60, who started listening to Camping in 1997. He’s worked at Family Radio since 2004, making sure international translators properly dictate Camping’s sermons