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The world buzzed last week with news of the rapture. The 89-year-old leader of a Christian group known as Family Radio assured the world that the rapture would take place on the 21st of May 2011. The event, which turned out to be a non event, was to be the beginning of the worst disasters known to man before the end of the world on October 21st, 2011.
The rapture didn’t happen, or did it? Twitter users seem to have took it upon themselves to show “prove” of the rapture. Under the hashtag, “rapturebomb” users have posted photos of people who supposedly ascended into heaven.
Here are some of them:
Jesus! No! Stop by @Eviltwinpixie
Making lemonade by @mimicvii
Unlucky by @tlinder84
What would Kirk Cameron do by @reverendkjr
Being raptured by @walkswithfire1
Gone to heaven by @Spuddy4u
What the? by @atomGD