doomsday

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Synonyms for doomsday

(New Testament) day at the end of time following Armageddon when God will decree the fates of all individual humans according to the good and evil of their earthly lives

an unpleasant or disastrous destiny

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Laudo's doomsday prediction is another hammer blow for Gers fans already reeling from Paul Gascoigne's impending departure .
One doomsday prediction, by world famous American prophet Edgar Cayce, is that ecological disasters will bring our downfall just as the century is about to turn.
The 21 December, 2012, doomsday prediction is a calculation derived from the ending of one of the cycles of the ancient Mayan calendar.
Nothing fascinates people like a doomsday prediction.
Harold Camping, the doomsday preacher who made headlines with his hyped up and failed May 21 doomsday prediction, will stop airing his radio program Open Forum at the end of this month.
Doris Schmitt, who died alone in her Queens home in NY, had believed in Camping's doomsday prediction.
But witnesses said Camping's teaching is orthodox before he made the doomsday prediction.
Harold Camping's May 21 doomsday prediction prompted rash reactions from many around the world, with at least two suicides.
According to an employee working at Family Radio, 89 years old, Harold Camping has spent approximately $100 million to promote and advertise his May 21st Doomsday prediction.
He refused to admit mistake for the timeline of his doomsday prediction, just said he was "wrong" in explaining the spiritual aspectof the Rapture day, saying "we have not made a mistake as so far as the timeline, the unfolding.
Harold Camping is "a little bewildered" and "mystified" that his Doomsday prediction on May 21 did not come true, a board member of Camping's Family Radio International said on Sunday, according to a report.
He later recalculated and in his latest prediction, Camping left himself no room for error, saying he knew the Doomsday prediction was "absolutely true.
Or will he again say he made an error in calculation like he did about September 1994 Doomsday prediction that failed?
Public attentions started to turn to Family Radio financials, following epic failure of Doomsday prediction.
Family Radio is also believed to have spent $5-10 million towards promoting Camping's Doomsday prediction campaign.