There are all in all 11 gates, seven gates and the first part of 8th gate are already opened. The doorway closes at November 11th 2011.
1st Gate was opened January 11th, 1992 in two parts: Alpha Point - Great Pyrmide, Giza, Egypt and
Omega Point - Queenstown, New Zealand
The keynote was "Healing our Hearts"
2nd Gate in Pululahua Crater, Ecuador June 5th, 1993: "The two shall become one"
3rd Gate: "Expanding into one being." Part One: May 17th, 1997 in Bled, Slovenja: "The birth of our one being."
3rd Gate: Part Two: August 17th, 1997 in Eureka, Montana, USA: "IInsertion point of the greater reality into the present moment."
3rd Gate: Part Three: October 12th, 1997 in Glasshouse Mountains, Queensland, Australia: "Anchoring the greater love."
4th Gate: August 11th, 1999 in Tetiaroa, Tahiti, French Polynesia: "Reconfiguring our evolutionary labyrinth."
5th Gate: October 19th, 2002 in Wood Valley, Big Island, Hawaii, USA: "Personal freedom."
6th Gate: May 29th, 2004 in Dingle Peninsula, Ireland: "One earth, One being."
7th Gate: October 30-31th, 2004 in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India: "Seeing the unseen."
8th Gate: "Entering the lotus world": Part One: February 11th, 2007 in Mallorca, Spain: "Awakening the lotus heart."
The opening of the second part of the 8th Gate will be in the early 2009.
The gospel of the "Workers in the Vineyard", Matthew was preached: The priest commented, that it is like passing eleven doors. No matter when one enters, everyone reaches the same gain "unity", everyone deserves what he needs and as you are called you trust your guidance.
These words blew a deep impression within me and they connected me deeper again with the doorway of the 11:11.
Gospel: 20:1 “For the kingdom of heaven is like a landowner1 who went out early in the morning to hire workers for his vineyard. 20:2 And after agreeing with the workers for the standard wage,2 he sent them into his vineyard. 20:3 When it was about nine o’clock in the morning,3 he went out again and saw others standing around in the marketplace without work. 20:4 He said to them, ‘You go into the vineyard too, and I will give you whatever is right.’ 20:5 So they went. When4 he went out again about noon and three o’clock that afternoon,5 he did the same thing. 20:6 And about five o’clock that afternoon6 he went out and found others standing around, and said to them, ‘Why are you standing here all day without work?’ 20:7 They said to him, ‘Because no one hired us.’ He said to them, ‘You go and work in the vineyard too.’ 20:8 When7 it was evening8 the owner of the vineyard said to his manager, ‘Call the workers and give the pay9 starting with the last hired until the first.’ 20:9 When those hired about five o’clock came, each received a full day’s pay.10 20:10 And when those hired first came, they thought they would receive more. But each one also received the standard wage. 20:11 When11 they received it, they began to complain12 against the landowner, 20:12 saying, ‘These last fellows worked one hour, and you have made them equal to us who bore the hardship and burning heat of the day.’ 20:13 And the landowner13 replied to one of them,14 ‘Friend, I am not treating you unfairly. Didn’t you agree with me to work for the standard wage?15 20:14 Take what is yours and go. I16 want to give to this last man17 the same as I gave to you. 20:15 Am I not18 permitted to do what I want with what belongs to me? Or are you envious because I am generous?’19 20:16 So the last will be first, and the first last.”