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GLOBAL DELUGE UNPRECEDENTED WORLD EVENTS

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Published on Jul 3, 2013 

FIDOCKAVE213 - SEVENTHVIAL213 - GLOBAL DELUGE UNPRECEDENTED WORLD EVENTS JUNE 2013

EXTREME WEATHER EVENTS EARTH CHANGES AND BIBLICAL PROPHECY FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE 2013

Note this will be the last video uploaded to FIDOCKAVE213 all future videos made will be uploade to SEVENTHVIAL213

Thanks Neocharm

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I just wish more people would realize what is happening. My prayers go out for all  of humanity.

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Hmmmm...I can attest to the flooding in Toronto...It took me 6.5 hours to make it home from work (normally an hours drive).  Cars were floating all over the underpasses and there were no stoplights or power in most of the city (still most of the city doesnt have power with MORE rain coming).  Toronto got over 126mm of rain (most ever in one day) with another rain warning in effect.  Lucky I have a Jeep Wrangler and can tank my way through or around things...but 4 feet of water in some places was more than I could handle.  Will try to post some of my pics of my trek home :)...that is as soon as I can figure out how to do it!

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So happy to hear you made it home safe and sound.  6.5 hours vs 1.  I simply could not believe what my eyes were seeing. All that water in so short a time. Yes, we will be very interested to see your pictures, whenever you can manage it. Guess we all can tell times are changing. Stay safe John. 

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July Storm Causes Widespread Flooding

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http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/photo-galleries/2013/07/10/july-storm-causes-widespread-flooding/

Worst WORLDWIDE! FLOODS! snc 3,000 BC Europe US China

from June 12, 2013 

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USA, Germany, Hungary, Austria, Poland, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Bavaria, Slovakia, Britain, China, Jamaica, Cuba, Brazil, Argentina, Mauritius, Saudi Arabia etc

- Much destruction and death

- Water 30 ft above ground

- Buildings look like they are in the middle of lakes

- 80,000 Volunteers plus entire army mobilized

- Germany's bill could be 11 Billion Euros ($17 B)

Since this video was made we've had even more floods. Calgary, Toronto, now today Pittsburgh, and it seems everywhere else in between.

What did our entity say about water? I can forget specific dates since he was confused about actual timelines, and saw past/present/future as one time. he was right about the water coming and drowning us, and that's the main thing.

3/19/08

yes litle water come b4 17 aperils, big waters come b4 15 may

4/5/08

oceone not sleeping when heaven things beware

many waters to come drown

Sichuan Province, China: Floods Trigger Landslide

July 10, 2013

Torrential flooding hits China's Sichuan province, triggering landslides and causing buildings and bridges to collapse.

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Northern India hit by worst flooding in 50 years: 100 villages swamped in Bihar

Flood waters entered over 100 villages in Bihar in the past 24 hours, forcing people to abandon their homes, as many rivers in the state rose and posed a threat to other villages too, officials said Thursday. All the inundated villages are in the flood-prone districts of Purnea, Araria, Kishanganj, Muzaffarpur and Katihar. “Flood waters entered more than 100 villages of Amaur block in Purnea, Forbesganj and Sikti in Araria and Kochadham in Kishanganj.

http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2013/07/12/northern-india-hit-by-worst-flooding-in-50-years-100-villages-swamped-in-bihar/

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India Floods: 6,000 Missing Presumed Dead

Most of the flash-flood victims were Hindu devotees on pilgrimages to temple towns.

5:56pm UK, Monday 15 July 2013

Almost 6,000 people who have been missing since northern India was struck by floods and landslides last month are now presumed dead.

Entire villages and towns were wiped out by monsoon deluges in the Himalayan state of Uttarakhand during peak pilgrimage time in June.

Some 1,000 people were confirmed dead at the time, with many pulled from the swollen River Ganges after houses and bridges were destroyed.

Despite a massive military-led rescue operation for the worst-hit areas, which saved tens of thousands of stranded people, thousands of bodies were not recovered.

Chief minister of Uttarakhand, Vijay Bahuguna, said the process of compensating bereaved families would now begin.

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more here, including video:  http://news.sky.com/story/1115987/india-floods-6000-missing-presumed-dead

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Russia’s Far East hit by the worst floods in 120 years
 
Up to 100,000 people may be evacuated from flood-hit regions in Russia’s Far East. Water levels at local reservoirs have already reached historic highs, and officials say the floods raging in the area are expected to continue rising even further. Floods are currently affecting over 32,500 locals living in over 5,000 homes. Over 17,000 residents have already left the area over the disaster. Viktor Ishayev, Russia’s Minister for the Far East, said that “in the worst-case scenario up to 100,000 people could be evacuated” from the Amur, Khabarovsk and Jewish Autonomous Regions. The water level in the Amur River near Khabarovsk has risen 17 centimeters in one day and now stands at 657 centimeters, the regional office of the Emergency Ministry reported. Authorities fear that by August 25, the water level will reach the seven-meter mark. Dozens of bridges have been swamped by the waters, complicating the evacuation.
 
http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2013/08/19/russias-far-east-hit-by-the-worst-floods-in-120-years/

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'Massive Flooding' In Colorado's Boulder County
 
A huge overnight downpour that brought 4 to 7 inches of rain to the area around Boulder, Colo., has already produced "massive flooding" in the streets.
There have been two deaths. One person was killed when a building collapsed in Jamestown, Colo. The other person appears to have been caught by flash flooding in Colorado Springs, the Post reports.
At least one rural dam has given way.   More rain is on the way Thursday.
 
http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2013/09/12/221663860/massive-flooding-in-colorados-boulder-county
 
 
 
Flash floods wash away homes, kill at least 2 near Boulder, Colorado
 
Torrential rain drenched parts of Colorado, washing away homes and causing at least two deaths as officials worked Thursday to evacuate towns and keep people out of the path of the rising water.
The National Weather Service described a “life-threatening situation” in an emergency message issued just after midnight local time for several areas around Boulder, where about 6.5 inches of rain fell in the last 24 hours, according to the National Weather Service.
 
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Water reached as high as first-floor windows in some parts of Boulder, a police and fire spokeswoman said. Dive teams were dispatched after cars were seen floating.
“There was one woman that was on top of a vehicle and the vehicle was actually on its side,” the spokeswoman said. The rain has also caused mudslides 2 to 3 feet deep in some areas, which are impassable “even if you have an SUV,” she added.
Libraries, recreation centers and other Boulder facilities were closed, according to the city’s office of emergency management. Energy companies workers were trying to restore power after several flood-related outages, but expected more problems to be reported as the sun rose, according to the emergency office’s website.
 
http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/09/12/20450541-flash-floods-wash-away-homes-kill-at-least-2-near-boulder-colorado?lite
 
Colorado Flood, 3 Dead, 1 Missing, Rescues Continue Amid Rain

 
 

 An entire community cut off, firefighters huddled on the side of a mountain after water swept their truck away, and -- with rescue helicopters grounded -- no way to reach them.

This is the scene facing authorities Thursday in Boulder County, Colorado, in the wake of what Sheriff Joe Pelle called a "devastating storm" that dumped more than half a foot of rain on the region during a 19-hour period.

The widespread flash flooding washed out roads, pushed dams to their limits and beyond and killed at least three people along Colorado's Rocky Mountain range, from Boulder south to Colorado Springs.

The worst of the reported damage has come in Boulder County, where the National Weather Service reported that a 20-foot wall of water roared down a mountain canyon north of the city.

One death was confirmed and another feared after a car stopped in the rushing water. Witnesses reported a woman emerged from the car and was swept away by the water. A man left the car and tried to reach her and also was overcome, Boulder County Sheriff's Cmdr. Heidi Prentup said. She said the man's body had been recovered, while the woman was missing.

Bodies also were found in a collapsed home in Jamestown and on a roadway in Colorado Springs. Lyons, a small town of 2,000 near the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, was cut off by what city officials described as a 500-year flood.

 

http://www.cnn.com/2013/09/12/us/flooding-colorado/?hpt=us_c2

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Flood-weary Colorado awaits more rain; 172 people remain unaccounted for

As furious waters flow through flood-devastated northern Colorado, fears and tales of devastation grow.

At least four people have been killed and 172 are unaccounted for, officials say.

The nightmare is far from over as the state awaits more rainfall Saturday, threatening to send swollen rivers gushing through streets choked with debris. The rain is expected to come down heavy Sunday.

It will not be as much as the 15 inches dumped in some spots this week, but it could cause more flooding in areas where water has already receded, forecasters warned.

Residents got some relief Friday when rains subsided, giving a clear view of towns turned into abrupt lakes, homes and businesses inundated with muddy water and bridges devoured by raging creeks. Homes dangled off cliffs.

Hundreds of residents were evacuated Friday, including 162 people transported by air from Jamestown because roads to the city were impassible, Boulder County EMS spokesman Ben Pennymon said.

 

http://www.cnn.com/2013/09/14/us/flooding-colorado/index.html?hpt=hp_t2

 

http://www.hlntv.com/slideshow/2013/09/12/boulder-colorado-flood-photos-pictures

 

 

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Colorado floods: Over 500 unaccounted for as 'devastating' rain looms
 
 Colorado residents kept a wary eye on the sky as more rain is forecast for Sunday, and with it more fears of gushing rivers and cascading mudslides.
Boulder County officials said up to 4 inches of rain could fall by afternoon, an amount Sheriff Joe Pelle described as "devastating."
Authorities are worried that any additional water on a ground already soaked by up to 15 inches of rain will cause more flooding, and dislodge mud and debris.
Hundreds 'unaccounted for'
At least four deaths have been blamed on the flooding, and a fifth person is presumed dead. More than 500 were "unaccounted for," although authorities cautioned that designation included people who simply have not yet contacted concerned relatives elsewhere.
 
http://www.cnn.com/2013/09/15/us/colorado-flooding/index.html?hpt=hp_t1
 

 
 
 
   Tsunami FLOODS Across COLORADO
 
 
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OZDTF4J3anE&feature=player_detailpage

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Rain apocalypse slams Mexico: Rare twin storms leave 34 dead

 

Authorities scrambled to rescue people stranded in flooded homes in Mexico’s resort of Acapulco Monday after twin storms slammed opposite coasts in a rare one-two punch that has killed 34 people. Hurricane Ingrid weakened to tropical storm strength as it made landfall on the northeastern coast in the morning while the Pacific coast reeled from the remnants of Tropical Storm Manuel, which dissipated after striking on Sunday. Thousands of people were evacuated as the two storms set off landslides and floods that damaged bridges, roads and homes. The last time the country was hit by two tropical storms in the span of 24 hours was in 1958, officials said. Never before has it been struck by a hurricane and another storm at the same time.

 

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http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2013/09/17/rain-apocalypse-slams-mexico-rare-twin-storms-leave-34-dead/

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 September 16, 2013

Torrential rains kill 2 in southern Ukraine
 
 
Baku-APA. Two people were killed after heavy rains hit southern Ukraine's Odessa region over the weekend, a local official said Monday, APA reports quoting Xinhua.
 
The ensuing floods drowned some 4,000 farm animals and poultry and destroyed or severely damaged more than 450 houses, causing an estimated loss of 21 million U.S. dollars, an official of the press service of Odessa regional administration told Xinhua.
 
Around 600 residents have been evacuated in central Odessa, the worst-hit region.
 http://en.apa.az/xeber_torrential_rains_kill_2_in_southern_ukra_199558.html

 

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Floods claim 45 lives in Thailand, Vietnam

Sept. 25, 2013

 

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Residents sit on a boat as a man pulls it through a flooded street at Srimahaphot district in Prachin Buri province, east of Bangkok yesterday.

 

Floods triggered by heavy rains claimed at least nine lives in Thailand this month and affected up to 1.5mn people, officials said yesterday.
Flooding was reported in 23 of the kingdom’s 77 provinces, the Disaster Prevention and Relief Department said.
Nine people have drowned over the past week in the north-eastern provinces of Surin and Sisakhet, it said.
The meteorological department has forecast heavy rains for the remainder of the month, especially in the northern provinces.
“The overall picture in the north-east has improved,” said Deputy Prime Minister Plodprasop Suraswadi, who is in charge of water management.
He warned people living on the banks of the Chao Phraya River to expect some flooding as authorities were pumping water into the main waterway to reduce flooding in the central plains.
Authorities said the country is not in danger of being inundated by another massive flood, similar to the 2011 disaster.
Much of the central plains and parts of Bangkok were flooded two years ago, forcing six large industrial estates and hundreds of factories to close for several months.
The 2011 floods left 813 dead and caused an estimated 1.4tn baht ($45.2bn) in damages, according to World Bank estimates.

http://www.gulf-times.com/asean-philippines/188/details/366704/-floods-claim-45-lives-in-thailand,-vietnam

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Magalang village hit by violent runoff

October 17, 2013

 

 

AYALA, Magalang -- Rampaging runoff from the steep slopes of the fabled Mt. Arayat here at the height of Typhoon "Santi" on Friday evening cut a wide swath of destruction in this village at the foot of the mountain.

The high-velocity deluge overflowed the main road, broke down concrete fences and destroyed properties, including rice crops and fishponds, estimated to be worth millions of pesos.

A member of the regional mobile group of the Philippine National Police stationed at a man-made dam near a creek reportedly died after being washed away by the rampaging waters.

The inundation also reportedly brought down rocks to some people's backyards.

A male resident here was reportedly also charged before barangay authorities after boring a hole on the concrete fence of a nearby commercial pig farm to drain his backyard of floodwaters that were fast engulfing his house.

"We've never seen anything like this before," a village resident here remarked.

The unprecedented calamity is blamed on unabated charcoal making by folks living on the slopes of the mountain who, according to sources, have cut down hundreds of trees, mostly acacia.

 

read the story here

http://www.sunstar.com.ph/pampanga/local-news/2013/10/17/magalang-village-hit-violent-runoff-309083

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Rare downpours and floods hit Saudi capital

One killed, several missing after rare floods hit Saudi capital

 

November 17, 2013

 

At least one person has died and several others are reportedly missing in the Saudi Arabian capital of Riyadh as a result of severe flooding caused by heavy rainfall. Such floods are extremely rare for the kingdom, which is dominated by desert.

At least four people were reported missing in Riyadh, according to local media. One of them, a 26-year-old Yemeni woman, has been confirmed dead.

 

The body of the young woman was found in the Wadi Nimar valley, which is surrounded by steep banks and can therefore suddenly fill with water in case of rainfall, Al-Arabiya reported, citing the Saudi Civil Defense authority.

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http://rt.com/news/saudi-arabia-rare-flooding-844/

 

2nd source

http://news.malaysia.msn.com/tmi/rare-downpours-and-floods-hit-saudi-capital

tx Phillip 

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Now people are drowning in the desert?  Good to know - thanks Breezy.

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Greece: Two dead, one missing after storm
 
Two women have died and a man is missing after heavy rain struck the island of Rhodes in south-eastern Greece.  The storm hit the island on Friday evening and caused flooding, with hundreds of people trapped in cars, the island's fire brigade said.
 
http://www.independent.ie/world-news/two-dead-one-missing-after-storm-29778831.html

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December 6, 2013
 

 

 

Gale force winds batter Europe as thousands in U.K. face more floodingimage.jpgBlackpool Main Promenade under flood water following high tide and a tidal surge as severe gale force winds hit the area, in Blackpool, England, Thursday Dec. 5, 2013. (PA / John Giles)

LONDON -- Hundreds of people in Britain mopped up flooded homes on Friday after a powerful storm that scoured northern Europe with hurricane-force gusts kicked up the biggest tidal surge in 60 years, swamping stretches of shoreline.

The rising seas prompted evacuations along the eastern English coast, with 1,400 properties flooded and at least a half-dozen communities at great risk of exceptionally high tides and large waves.

In London, the Thames Barrier -- a series of huge metal plates that can be raised across the entire river -- closed for a second time in as many days to protect the city from the surge.

 

Environment Secretary Owen Paterson said there would be "exceptionally high tides" on Friday and Saturday, though they were not expected to reach Thursday's levels, when water swamped seaside promenades and flooded homes. In the town of Hemsby in eastern England, several houses fell into the sea as waves eroded cliffs.

Britain's Environment Agency said that sea levels late Thursday in some areas exceeded those in a 1953 flood in which hundreds died. But flood defenses and evacuation warnings meant that only two people were killed in storm-related accidents.

Accidents linked to the storm that roared across Europe Thursday have killed at least eight people, from Britain to Sweden, Denmark and Poland.


http://www.ctvnews.ca/world/gale-force-winds-batter-europe-as-thousands-in-u-k-face-more-flooding-1.1577354#ixzz2mq6DJqhT


 

 

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Naational News

December 20, 2013

 

Floods in Brazil

pictures   In 168 hours the coast of Brazil got more rain than the entire planet

 

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Tx Reddwolf

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Western France and Britain raked by storms and flooding

January 3, 2014

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