Saturday, April 30, 2011

Doomsdays of Yesteryear: Rapture on October 28, 1992

Billboard near San Diego, CA, May 2, 2011

In honor of the next scheduled Rapture, coming on May 21 From the Skeptical Inquirer, Summer 1993. News and Comment item by Erik Vaughn, "Where's the Rapture?":

"In case you missed it, Wednesday, October 28, 1992 was the Rapture, the day faithful Christians dead or alive ascend to heaven. The Rapture kicks off the last days: the appearance of the Antichrist, Armageddon, and the Second Coming.
"Lee Jang Rim, leader of the Dami Mission Church in Seoul, South Korea, spread the prophecy. Followers quit their jobs and sold or destroyed their property in anticipation, even as Rim was arrested for allegedly bilking hundreds of thousands of dollars from church members. The hysteria created a near crisis in South Korea.
"Members of Korean churches in South Korea, Hawaii, Los Angeles, and New York held marathon prayer vigils....


  1. When can I buy an "end of the world" teeshirt? I'd like an eco-friendly biodegradable one please.

  2. I was born that day
    Watch yourselves before you downtalk the theory


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