Predictions Proven False for 2011



On January 2, 2011, in an article titled False Predictions for 2011 I had denounced several false predictions for 2011.

The false prediction with the largest following was Harold Egbert Camping of Family Radio.  And I stated that the following were some of his predictions which would be proven false in late May and October of 2011:

As we have noted, God further solidifies or locks in this date, May 21, 2011, by placing the day of shutting the door, when the rapture will occur, on the 17th day of the second month of the Biblical calendar. Significantly, the number 17 links perfectly to the fact of the rapture because spiritually, the number 17 signifies heaven. Moreover, the number 2 (second month) spiritually identifies with those who have been commissioned to bring the Gospel. Is it not amazing that they will be raptured on the 17th day of the second month? Is that coincidental? We also have learned that the last day of the earth’s existence, October 21, 2011, is the 23rd day of the seventh month of the Biblical calendar. The number 23 normally signifies God’s wrath being poured out. The number 7 (seventh month) signifies the perfect fulfillment of God’s purposes. Could this also be coincidental, that the final completion of God’s punishment on the unsaved occurs in the seventh month on a day that features the number 23, which is a number that completely identifies with God’s wrath, thus signifying God’s perfect wrath on the unsaved? (Camping H. We are Almost There! 2008 edition, p. 61-62)

Jesus did not return on May 21, 2011 nor did the world end on October 21, 2011.  Tens of thousands read my long article about him titled Harold Camping’s Teachings About the End of the World Do Not Agree with the Bible.

Now there was a blogger, not directly tied to Harold Camping who claims, REVEALED! Oct. 21st, 2011- The Beginning of the 1260 Great Tribulation Period who stated:

My opinion and speculating about this date October 21, 2011 is that the world will not come to a complete end but a large solar flare will hit Earth on that day…

But on October 21, 2011 there was no large solar flare.

A “Pastor Harry Walther” of “Church of Philadelphia Internet” claimed through his understanding of the so-called “Bible code” that the “rapture” may be June 8 or 9 in 2011 ( viewed 11/03/10). I denounced him in the past (he claimed that “Wormwood” of Revelation 8:10-11 would hit the earth in 2010 amongst other false predictions), and he was be wrong about the “rapture” in 2011.

Another website, asked 3.5 year Great Tribulation: Apr, 2011Sep, 2014 ? (

No, the Great Tribulation did not start in April 2011, nor, BTW, will it start in 2012.

There were others that I denounced throughout 2011 who also made predictions that were proven false.  Such as one from “the Obedient Church of God” falsely claiming “The EU should “collapse” shortly as in before or after Xmas 2011, and that the EU will be nothing= no power at all.”

Those who seriously would like to compare various predictions and how they align (or in certain cases do not align) with Bible prophecy should check out my book 2012 and the Rise of the Secret Sect as it seems to be the most documented book on the market to do so (also world events have already aligned with at least 20 predictions that it contains, with none shown to be false).

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