Although flooding is afflicting the globe worldwide, the recent European flooding is an example of how extreme it has become. Eastern Europe, from Belgium to Greece, struggled with flooding during a recent storm that pummeled the area. It was the scope of the flooding, over many countries, that was breathtaking. A super storm. Flooding occurred in Belgium, the Netherlands, the UK, France, Spain, Italy, and Greece - all within the same week.

Breaking: Flooding in Belgium Claims First Victims
November 14, 2010
It's been raining in Belgium for a week now. And as torrential rain continues to fall over parts of the country, the lower parts see floodwaters rising by the hour. Due to the ongoing rainfall, a state of emergency has been declared in Belgium.
Heavy Rain Causes Flooding in South [Netherlands]
November 14, 2010
In the east of Noord Brabant province, the local water board has deliberately flooded fields the size of 50 football pitches to ease pressure on the river. A number of roads have been flooded in the more hilly regions of Limburg and the fire brigade has been busy pumping out flooded cellars all over the region. In the northern Limburg town of Baarlo, where three small rivers meet, flooding is widespread. The stream that cuts through the town has widened from two to 50 metres.
Cornwall Floods Force Evacuation of More than 100 Homes
November 17, 2010
More than 100 homes have been evacuated after floods and gale-force winds caused disruption across Cornwall. People were trapped in their cars and homes by the rising floodwaters, which reached up to 6ft (2m) deep in places.
Rain and Strong Winds in Western Europe
November 13, 2010
Heavy rain may cause flooding in France on Saturday in some areas of northern France, said France Weather, which has issued a code orange alert for three departments, according to Le Parisien, in the electronic edition. An aggravating factor could be violent gusts of wind from the south to southwest. Meteorologists warn of risks of sewerage discharge and disturbance of traffic on the side.
Water Wall
November 10, 2010,1518,728413,00.html
Stormy weather off the Spanish coast whips the sea into a frenzy. Here, colossal waves crash against the seawall at the fishing port of Cudillero in northern Spain. The country has been experiencing an extremely turbulent autumn.
Widespread Flooding Hits Much of Rural Italy
November 11, 2010
Heavy rains are continuing to fall across Italy causing some of the worst flooding in decades. Hardest hit yesterday was the southern province of Salerno where hundreds had to be evacuated from their homes after several rivers burst their banks. Half a million people are reported to be without drinking water.
Torrential Rain and Floods Hit Holiday Island of Corfu
November 17, 2010
Torrential rain and heavy flooding hit the Greek holiday island of Corfu on Wednesday, causing power outages and widespread damage to towns, reports said.

Such extremes in the weather have long been predicted by the Zetas, who predicted extreme drought and deluge, and weather wobbles likewise becoming more extreme due to the Earth wobble which began after Planet X arrived in the inner solar system in 2003.

ZetaTalk Prediction 12/6/2004: Will this trend continue, and become more extreme? Why would it not, in an Earth wobble that we have predicted will become more extreme as Planet X swings its N. Pole, a hose of magnetic particles that cannot be ignored, toward Earth. Earth attempts to align with the dominant magnet in the Solar System, the Sun, but can only do so in this instance when its own vulnerable N. Pole is hidden from Planet X, that portion of the day when India faces the Sun. The push of the Earth's vulnerable N. Pole away will occur with more violence, the rebound back to align with the Sun's dominant voice will occur with more violence, and the weather will follow!

Source: ZetaTalk Newsletter, Issue 213, Sunday, November 28, 2010

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Comment by Rick Rickster on November 28, 2010 at 10:38am
Comment by Tamzin Kay on November 28, 2010 at 2:51am
Again this season the extreme effects are primarily in the northern hemisphere - no equivalent reports of same or opposite seasonal extremes in the southern hemisphere.
Comment by Victor Fox on November 27, 2010 at 11:49pm
Gerard, i do now read your post and don't know, what will happen in near future... of course, i'm pity. i live in russia (midlle urals). exept of small earth qwakes, nothing more happens... snowfall- as ussually, the frost- as ussually (-20 C), just sorrow for europe
Comment by JOHNNY TOWNSEND on November 27, 2010 at 10:28pm
Very informative update, Gerard - Many thanks!

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