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Gaia Man said:

"From September to March we will enter a special periode with event after event. In these times,
I will be here and advise you, and answer certain questions. I hope you did pay some attention to my writings so far, it would make me very grateful.


It will be when the "three" closes the gates to the "four".

Is Gaia Man talking about the Seven Seals here?

The Third Seal:

“And when He had opened the third seal, I heard the third beast say, Come and see. And I beheld, and lo a black horse; and he that sat on him had a pair of balances in his hand. And I heard a voice in the midst of the four beasts say, A measure of wheat for a penny, and three measures of barley for a penny; and see thou hurt not the oil and the wine." Rev. 6:5, 6.

The Fourth Seal:

"And when he had opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth beast say, Come and see. And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him. And power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and with death, and with the beasts of the earth." (Revelation 6:7, 8)
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just read all 61 pages. quite interesting!!
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It will be when the "three" closes the gates to the "four".
Is Gaia Man talking about the Seven Seals here?
The Third Seal - Famine

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The above was not from gaia man - so don´t blame him. (LOL)

Here some more. The seven seals describe quite clear a sequence of certain events.
What I see relevant are the seals three to five for this is what we’ve experienced, what we experience in the present and what we’ll experience in the very near future.

1. The seals three to five:
(I’ve deleted publisher additions which I see useless or even irritating )

The third seal

"When The Lamb opened the third seal, I heard the third living creature say, "Come!" I looked, and there before me was a black horse! Its rider was holding a pair of scales in his hand. Then I heard what sounded like a voice among the four living creatures, saying, "A quart of wheat for a day´s wages, and three quarts of barley for a day´s wages, and do not damage the oil and the wine!" (Revelation 6:5-6)

The Fourth Seal

"When The Lamb opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth living creature say, "Come!" I looked, and there before me was a pale horse! Its rider was named Death, and Hades was following close behind him. They were given power over a fourth of the earth to kill by sword, famine and plague, and by the wild beasts of the earth." (Revelation 6:7-8)

The Fifth Seal

"When He opened the fifth seal, I saw under the altar the souls of those who had been slain because of The Word of God and the testimony they had maintained. They called out in a loud voice, "How long, Sovereign Lord, holy and true, until You judge the inhabitants of the earth and avenge our blood?" Then each of them was given a white robe, and they were told to wait a little longer, until the number of their fellow servants and brothers who were to be killed as they had been was completed." (Revelation 6:9-11)

Now how to read the seals into a time frame?

The seals are counted from one to seven. The time frame has to be counted the other way around:

Seal 1 = the Seven
Seal 2 = the Six
Seal 3 = the Five
Seal 4 = the Four
Seal 5 = the Three
Seal 6 = the Two
Seal 7 = the One

We are in the “Four”, announced by the Fourth Seal. Death already took a tall through the sword (wars)
famine (Africa and elsewhere)
plague (killing and death of millions of birds, mass death of sea animals and on and on)
The wild beasts will breed and multiply very fast when we have reached the stage that corpses
won’t be buried fast enough.

- And then read the Fifth Seal which represents the “Three”
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Why ???

Dear Gaia man,

I have a lot of questions, so much to say. Many thanks to you for all your time and advice and many thanks too your family for sharing you whit us.
I know you haven´t been at this forum for quit some time but I still want to ask you 1 question wich I haven´t found in the 61 pages before. It is a simpel question but I can´t find the answer for myself.
WHY ?? Why so much pain,grieve and sorrow???
I hope you can give me an answer I can understand.

Thank you,

Yust me

PS: I know my english is bad so please don´t mention it.trans_sign
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Ukraine explosion; chemical or nuclear.
Hawaii crash; aviation, possibly involving military. More California
seismic activity after 1st of year: San Diego, San Bernardino, North
Bakersfield, Barstow: all are fracture points. Hollister, Palo Alto,
Imperial, Ukiah, Eureka, Point Mendocino, Monterrey, Offshore San
Luis Obispo, Capistrano, Carmel: these are all stress points of
fracture in sequence. "Time" is indefinite. Expect gradual destruction
of California economy as people begin mass exodus. Also, Shasta
erupts; Lassen activity. Ocean floor begins to subside. ... Gold is discovered in California after one of the
quakes. UFOs dramatic increase and Gulf Breeze gets swarmed,
becomes massive "Mecca".

From Laura Knight "The Wave"
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Gaia Man RIGHT again!!!!

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Dear Gaia Man:You recently stated that great floods will start in Europe this year.Am I to understand these floods will be due to excessive rainfall,causing rivers to flood?I ask this because earlier on,you mentioned The Netherlands being flooded by a great flood in the middle of next year.Could you be more specific about this?Thanks.
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Dear soul,

The Great Flood of The Netherlands is of a later date and due the rising of the sealevel.
The floods in Europe will be seen this year!
In many,many countries.
And Holland will see them too. But it are 2 seperated events!

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6/21/2005
11:03 am EDT Re: The Future of your country?..ask and I will tell you,...

For the floods to see, yesterday in the UK was an example what we will see this year through the biggest parts of Europe.
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Now:

Floods cause chaos in southern Germany Tue Aug 23,11:59 AM ET



Severe floods caused havoc in southern Germany as rivers burst their banks and towns were cut off from the outside world, authorities said.

The flooding was worst in the rural area surrounding the popular Alpine ski resort Garmisch-Partenkirchen in Bavaria after heavy rains overnight intensified on Tuesday, weather services said.

The town, where 105 liters per cubic metre fell overnight, was almost completely cut off on Tuesday when the Partnach dam burst, turning the town´s main road into a surging river and flooding hundreds of cellars.

Alarm bells began ringing on Monday night after flooding in Eschenlohe, about 12 kilometres (seven miles) to the south, prompted police to evacuate people from their homes in boats.

By Tuesday afternoon most of the town was under water after the Loisach river burst its banks in one place.

Floodwaters here and in several rivers in Bavaria reached levels higher than those seen during the spring of 1999, when the area had its worst floods in a century.

All train traffic between Garmisch-Partenkirchen and the state capital Munich was suspended, while more 1,000 firefighters, soldiers and police officers were sent to this area alone to reinforce local rescue services.

An equal number of volunteers came forward to offer their help throughout Bavaria, the authorities said.

Emergency warnings were also sent out in three other regions of the state, in the towns of Kempten and Augsburg and all along the Ammer river in the Alps.

At Kempten authorities warned that the level of the Iller river had risen by several meters and was lying less than two centimetres (an inch) below danger point and said they had evacuated 40 homes, including a centre for the handicapped.

Near the nearby town of Sonthoven, the Iller dam broke its banks.

Several roads in Bavaria were closed due to flooding and mudslides and the town of Balderschwang on the Austrian border could no longer be reached except by air.

On the M8 highway cars were backed up for kilometres (miles) on Tuesday afternoon after it was closed because a bridge threatened to collapse.

Earlier a 19-year-old was injured and dramatically rescued by a passing truck when his car slid and overturned on the highway between Wertach and Allgaeu, landing on its roof in a flooded field.

The weather services said they were expected the rain to abate on Wednesday, especially in the Alpine region.

In neighbouring Austria, two people have died in flooding since the weekend.




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Floods sweep across Switzerland
Floods have brought chaos to a large swathe of central Switzerland, triggering landslides and cutting roads and railway lines.
At least six people are reported dead or missing, including two firefighters killed by a mudslide on Monday.

Floods halted rail services through the Alps towards Italy and several major roads were closed and villages cut off.

Floods have also hit towns in Austria and southern Germany and continue to affect Bulgaria and Romania.

The area affected in Switzerland stretches from the Bernese Alps to St Gallen in the north-east.

Torrential rain has lashed Switzerland for nearly three days, hampering efforts to clear debris and shore up flood defences.

Over 1,000 people have been evacuated.

Electricity was cut off and water contaminated as a consequence of inundation.

Shipping on part of the River Rhine - flowing into France and Germany - was also halted after the water level rose.

Alpine resorts hit

About 400 people were evacuated in the village of Ibach in canton Schwyz after the River Muota burst its banks.





The River Luetschine also flooded an area near Wilderswil and the Alpine resorts of Grindelwald and Lauterbrunnen were cut off.
Parts of the resort of Interlaken were also flooded and 150 people - many of them tourists - spent the night in civil defence facilities, the Swiss Info website reported.

There are fears that the swollen river Aare could cause even more damage in Interlaken and the capital, Bern, where 300 people had to be evacuated from a flooded residential area.

Swiss officials say the situation also remains critical around the swollen lakes of Thun, Brienz and Biel.



Elsewhere in Europe:


In Austria, over 100 houses were evacuated after a dam broke in the Tirol village of Pflach. Flooding has also affected the Lechtal Valley in Tirol and the Kleinwalsertal Valley in Vorarlberg. Stretches of motorway and dozens of roads have been closed in the west

In Bavaria, southern Germany, the Alpine resort of Garmisch-Partenkirchen has been hit by floods and some people have been evacuated. A disaster alert has been declared in most of the Alpine region and in the city of Augsburg

In Bulgaria, where floods have killed at least 26 people and left 14,000 homeless, torrential rains flooded the north-western region of Montana

Widespread floods in Romania have killed 18 people over the past week, and destroyed or damaged more than 5,500 homes, but the country was spared on Tuesday

In Moldova torrential rain has damaged homes and other property near the capital Chisinau

Torrential rain in Slovenia has washed out roads in several towns in central and eastern districts. Croatia has declared a state of emergency along the Mura river, on the border with Slovenia, where it is shoring up flood defences.



Tell us your experiences of the floods in Switzerland or other European countries using the form below.

Do you have any pictures of the floods? If so, you can send them to [email protected]

I took the overnight train from Vienna to Bregenz last night - a journey that normally takes just over 9 hours, which yesterday took a full 20 hours. The major alpine pass has been closed and the train diversion took us through parts of southern Germany, where full grown trees joined other drift wood in rivers that were on the verge of bursting. Many fields are waterlogged, with the occasional road sign standing in the middle of what seems like a ever expanding lake.
Mike, Vienna

Commuting to work was a real headache the last days. Lake Lucerne flooded in many places and blocked roads which this morning was only open for public transport and bicycles. Trains operate only partly out of Lucerne and the SBB has arranged for replacement buses wherever possible. I hope it stops raining now for a couple of days so that the water can recede again. My sister´s wedding is on Saturday, with dinner on the shore of Lake Lucerne.
Donat Wullschleger, Lucerne, Switzerland

In Innsbruck we have high water since yesterday. Bridges, subways, promenades are closed. The fire brigade is busy with exhausting many cellars and flats and we get some soldiers from Italy to help us in the disaster areas.
Michaela, Innsbruck, Austria



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Story from BBC NEWS:
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Published: 2005/08/23 19:23:37 GMT

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Troops called out as floods swirl across central Europe Mon Aug 22, 4:02 PM ET



The armies of several central and eastern European countries were mobilizing to cope with heavy rains and floods which have killed nearly 70 people in the region this summer, with Romania and Bulgaria the worst hit.

In Bulgaria, the army was called out both near the capital Sofia and in the country´s east, two regions where at least 24 people have been killed and 14,000 left homeless in flooding since June.

The troops are clearing river beds, building dikes and rebuilding bridges, houses and roads, Defence Minister Vesselin Bliznakov told bTV television on Monday.

"The army has cancelled a (military) exercise in order to help out in the devastated regions," Bliznakov said.

The flooding has also destroyed farmland in Bulgaria, sending the prices of vegetables soaring to double their normal rate.

The UN´s World Health Organisation estimated last week that one in four Bulgarians have been directly affected by the flooding.

In neighbouring Romania, the worst affected country in the region, the toll from atrocious weather over the past week rose on Monday to 18, with one missing.

Storms since Tuesday have hit nearly 500 towns and villages in the north and centre, destroying some 200 homes and damaging more than 4,000 others, as well as about 700 bridges.

More than 1,400 residents have been evacuated from flooded areas while hundreds of police and soldiers were deployed to help victims.

In July, Romania experienced its worst flooding in 30 years, leaving 24 people dead and causing damage estimated at 650 million euros (780 million dollars).

On Monday, the water began to recede as there has been no rain since Sunday, but more was expected Tuesday, the environment ministry warned in a new alert.

Further to the west in Slovenia, civil defence and firefighter units on Monday built embankments along the Mura river, in the country´s northeast, to prevent further flooding after the heaviest rains in 50 years, Slovenian state radio reported.

The floods washed out roads in several towns in central and eastern Slovenia, the radio reported, adding that total damage has exceeded one billion tolars (4 million euros, 4.9 million dollars).

The water level of the Mura exceeded its average level 4.6 metres (15 feet one inch), local authorities said.

In the southern Austrian province of Styria, two people -- a 50-year old woman and her 77-year-old stepmother -- were killed over the weekend after their house was washed away by a mudslide triggered by the rains in the village of Gasen.

In the southern Austrian province of Carinthia, some 100 litres of precipitation per square metre fell from Saturday to Monday, the most intense rains since 1948 there, meteorologists said.

In western Hungary, a freight train derailed on Monday after the rains washed away the tracks, but no injuries were reported. Floods were reported to be worst in the country´s west.

Despite the damage, these are not the worst floods to hit central and eastern Europe in recent years.

In 2002, the flooding of the Elbe and Danube rivers and their tributaries killed hundreds and prompted the evacuations of tens of thousands in Germany, the Czech Republic, Austria, Hungary, Croatia and Slovakia.



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Gaia Man RIGHT again!!!!

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Dear Gaia Man:You recently stated that great floods will start in Europe this year.Am I to understand these floods will be due to excessive rainfall,causing rivers to flood?I ask this because earlier on,you mentioned The Netherlands being flooded by a great flood in the middle of next year.Could you be more specific about this?Thanks.
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Dear soul,

The Great Flood of The Netherlands is of a later date and due the rising of the sealevel.
The floods in Europe will be seen this year!
In many,many countries.
And Holland will see them too. But it are 2 seperated events!

And:

6/21/2005
11:03 am EDT Re: The Future of your country?..ask and I will tell you,...

For the floods to see, yesterday in the UK was an example what we will see this year through the biggest parts of Europe.
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Yep,he´s is right again!book::headbang:




[link to www.sky.com]

Woman trapped as waters rise


FLOODS SWEEPING EUROPE

At least six people have been killed in torrential flooding that has lashed Switzerland over the last three days.

Many other areas of Europe have suffered from the storms sweeping the continent.


Some Swiss regions have reported the heaviest rainfall on record, triggering landslides, cutting roads and railway lines and forcing the evacuation of hundreds.

One of the victims, a 72-year-old woman, was swept away by a river while walking her dog in Eastern Switzerland.

A man was crushed to death by flood debris in Zurich, and a teenage girl died in a collapsed building in Brienz. Another person from Brienz is still missing.

Two firefighters were also killed in a landslide on Monday near Schwaendi near Lucerne.

A number of villages have been completely cut off by the flooding. Schools have also closed and authorities have issued emergency flood warnings advising people to stay away from streams and bridges.

Several roads remained blocked and Switzerland´s national railway network was forced to suspend a number of lines with tracks and stations still underwater.

The rains have also caused severe flooding in parts of central and eastern Europe, leaving more than 20 dead in the last week:

:: Western Austria is on flood alert after several days of torrential rains which have claimed at least two lives and left six injured.

:: In Bavaria, Southern Germany, the army has used helicopters to evacuate residents from the flood stricken town of Eschenlohe. A disaster alert has also been declared in the Alpine resort of Garmish-Partenkirchen.

:: In Bulgaria, dozens of communities have been flooded and one man has been killed in a new wave of storms to hit the country. More than two million people in the Balkan country of 7.8 million have been affected by the heavy rain, which has claimed the lives of at least 25 people and left 14,000 homeless, since June.

:: Torrential rain in Romania has killed 18 people over the past week.

:: Widespread floods and storms in Slovenia have washed out roads in several central and eastern towns, while a state of emergency has been declared on Croatia along the Mura river, on the Slovenian border.





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Gaia Man also made a specific predicition about Romanian floods which seems to have come true.
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What suprised me about that Romania flood, was that he mentioned the region of Botosani!
On this he was very specific!
He´s is good, you have to give him that!

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*BUMP*

Tell us more, Gaia Man!
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Bump again.
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There isn´t much more to tell than:

"watch and draw your conclusion"!

Everything else developes in accordance with your orientation.
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Gaia Man, what can you say about the RAPTURE. There are quite a number waiting for that event to happen. Do you foresee it taking place very soon as many are expecting? Is it the same as walking into a portal?
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Dear Gaia man

Can you please tell me about God,Is the vatican babylon? is god truly within us ?is wearing the cucifix a symble of bhall or to christ.Please don´t say look within cos I do and its not easy.
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Hello Gaia Man,

I just went through all of your writings and I must say its fascinating to read and see all these things come true.

Do you have a website?
Or a newsletter which I could sign up, I really would like thathf

Please Gaia Man,
Can you tell me something about Istanbul in Turkey?

Thank you for coming to this forum, and your honest and friendly behaviour.

But please tell me about Istanbul.
Thank you very much.
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Gaia Man,

You said you lived in Atlantis.
If you had to put your finger on the Worldmap today in the year 2005, where would you point, when I ask you: show me where your home was on this planet?

Thanks, interesting writings, I must say!

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Thank you Gaia men.
What can you tell about Belgium?
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Is Gaia man off here for awhile? ...........Feel stupid for cgir often for a response, if he´s gonna be gone for awhile.

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shheeesh meant "checking"......that´s what I get for answering phone & typing
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Dear Gaia Man,

At this moment is a tropical storm just east of Florida and it´s gaining speed. It´s called Katrina. Will it hit Florida? What will be the outcome of Florida for this? Will the people there be able to withstand it? If it does (hit Florida), will it cross over into the Gulf of Mexico? Will the oil platforms in the Gulf be evacuated driving up the price of oil again? Your answer is appreciated.

Thank you.

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Gaia Man, please come back. Your fans are waiting for you
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Hawaii is what remains of Atlantis.
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Dear Gaia Man;


hello Gaia man ive been reading ALL your posts and im very interested in what you have 2 say and very surprised that some of the predictions u have made so far, have come true! e.g. floods in europe etc..

I would be greatful if u cud tell me more about this ´great cold´ in England, United Kingdom seeing as i live there. Will it be this winter 2005? Will it be fatal? Also, are we all heading towards Armageddon? Like, u talk about the great war, - is this the final - world war 3? Will aliens make themselves public in 2012 after the 7 years? If u cud pls tell me more info about late 2005 and the forthcoming year ial b very greatful. Thanks 4 ur time n hope 2 hear from u very soon!!!!!

Take Care,
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Justin, Gaia Man has been pressed with the UK subject several times and only refers back to his orinal post of the great cold.
Prepare.
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Greetings and Aloha,

Like many others I´ve been following this thread with interest. I´m especially thankful for the info on the portals and GM´s desire to have people focus on them rather than the possible scenerios of a particular area or time. However, it seems the plausibility of knowing future events is a far more tempting morsel for the mind than the details about "engaging"the portals.

I happen to know some pertinent information about the workings and "grand design" of the portals as it has been the greater part of my work over the last two decades. I have always had a desire to share my knowledge in some way but either my actual work or intention for doing so would not allow it.
Now I find myself in what appears to me to be an appropriate setting. So, with this post I am hoping to see if there is enough interest to merit my sharing.

If so I will start another thread and answer any questions as honestly and as best I can. I have about 4-5 days as I am on my way home now that this part of my work is complete.

My intention for doing so is to make the information I have available on this medium (world web). I perceive the world in a way that one froum is every forum thus all influencing the other. 100th monkey type thing...

Ok, so let me know ...yay or nay. I´m SAM by the way.

Peace
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Yay.
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Of course we want to hear what you have to say and thanks in advance for sharing.





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